The wide spread of COVID-19 in several programs has put a damper on the college football schedule, but there are still lots of game on the Week 11 schedule on Saturday.
Joining the growing the long list of games to be canceled this week are the No. 4 Ohio State vs. Illinois and Virginia vs Florida State University, both being called off amid the growing coronavirus issues within respective camps.
The No. 11 Oklahoma at West Virginia, No. 7 Cincinnati at Temple, Tulsa at Houston and Minnesota at No. 16 Wisconsin are among the already canceled/postponed game involving ranked teams.
Nevertheless, the featured game this weekend is still set to go on, as No. 1 Alabama welcomes No. 22 Auburn at the Bryant-Denny Stadium.
The Crimson Tide, Clemson, Texas A&M and Florida – teams in the College Football Playoff Top 6 – are all in action in Week 11.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban, who tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this week, will not coach in this game, so it will be interesting to see if it affects the Tuscaloosa side’s play. Live coverage of this game will be on CBS at 3:30 p.m. ET.
Meanwhile, No. 3 Clemson returns to action in Week 11 when it hosts Pittsburgh at the Memorial Stadium. Kick-off time for this one is 3:30 p.m. and ABC will broadcast the action live. WatchESPN.com and the ESPN App will provide live streaming for those on the go or if you prefer to watch the game on you smart devices.
Clemson welcomes back quarterback for today after he he missed the last five-week due to COVID-19.
In other games on the college football schedule for Week 11 – involving ranked teams – No. 5 Texas A&M will host LSU, No. 6 Florida entertains Kentucky and No. 8 Northwestern goes to Michigan State.
Elsewhere, No. 12 Indiana welcomes Maryland, Texas Tech travels to No. 23 Oklahoma State, while No. 20 Coastal Carolina is at Texas State and No. 9 Georgia goes to South Carolina.
College Football Week 11 Schedule and Live TV Channels
- Kentucky at No. 6 Florida 12:00pm ESPN
- Maryland at No. 12 Indiana 12:00pm ESPN2
- Vanderbilt at Missouri 12:00pm SECN
- Texas Tech at No. 23 Oklahoma State 12:00pm FOX
- Kent State at Buffalo 12:00pm CBSSN
- Bowling Green at Ohio 12:00pm ESPNU/ESPN+
- NIU at Western Michigan 12:00pm ESPN+
- Ball State at Toledo 12:00pm ESPN3
- Penn State at Michigan 12:00pm ABC – Both Teams Needing A Win
- NC State at Syracuse 12:00pm ACCN
- SMU at East Carolina 12:00pm ESPN+
- Georgia Southern at Georgia State 12:00pm ESPN3
- Miami (Ohio) at Akron 1:00pm ESPN3
- UTEP at Rice 1:00pm ESPN3
- No. 20 Coastal Carolina at Texas State 3:00pm ESPN+
- Louisiana at ULM 3:00pm ESPN3
- North Texas at UTSA 3:00pm Stadium
- South Alabama at Arkansas State 3:00pm ESPN3
- No. 22 Auburn at No. 1 Alabama 3:30pm CBS – Pick of the week
- Pittsburgh at No. 3 Clemson 3:30pm ABC
- No. 8 Northwestern at Michigan State 3:30pm ESPN
- Troy at Appalachian State 3:30pm ESPN2
- Mississippi State at Ole Miss 4:00pm SECN
- Rutgers at Purdue 4:00pm FS1
- San Jose State at Boise State 4:00pm FOX
- Louisville at Boston College 4:00pm ACCN
- San Diego State at Colorado 5:00pm Pac-12N
- Duke at Georgia Tech 7:00pm RSN/ESPN3
- Kansas State at Baylor 7:00pm ESPN2
- LSU at No. 5 Texas A&M 7:00pm ESPN
- Memphis at Navy 7:00pm CBSSN
- No. 9 Georgia at South Carolina 7:30pm SECN
- Utah at Washington 7:30pm ABC
- TCU at Kansas 8:00pm FS1
- Arizona at UCLA 8:00pm FOX
- Nevada at Hawaii 11:00pm Spectrum PPV