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College Football Week 14 Schedule, Times & Stream On Dec. 5

MIAMI — College Football Week 14 schedule for Saturday, December 5, as the places for College Football Playoff and bowl spots still up for the taking.

Among the highlighted television providers broadcasting and stream the games this weekend are ACC Network, ESPN, ESPN2,, CBS, SEC Network, NBC, ABC, FOX, ESPNU and Fox Sports.

This week’s schedule will kick-off at 12:00 pm ET.

No. 4 Ohio State travels to Michigan State knowing that anything less than a victory would see them make way for another teams in the Top 4.

In fact, the Buckeyes (4-0), who have only played four games so far, must deliver a performance that would convince the College Football Playoff selection committee that they are still one of the Top 4 programs in the nation.

An outbreak in the Ohio State camp forced the cancelation of last week’s game at Illinois, so the Buckeyes, who will be without head coach Ryan Day due to COVID-19, must impress in their remaining fixtures.

Day also revealed that his team will be short-handed for the game.

Meanwhile, No. 1 Alabama, No. 2 Notre Dame and No. 3 Clemson will all be in action in Week 14.

The Crimson Tide, with the return of head coach Nick Saban after the 69-year-old cleared COVID-19 protocols, travels to face LSU in the SEC, while the second ranked Fighting Irish will entertain Syracuse, looking to seal their ACC Championship place and stay undefeated this season.

College Football Week 14 Schedule

Saturday, December 5
Matchup Time (ET) TV/Stream
No. 4 Ohio State at Michigan State 12:00pm ABC
No. 5 Texas A&M at Auburn 12:00pm ESPN
No. 15 Oklahoma State at TCU 12:00pm ESPN2
Western Carolina at No. 17 North Carolina 12:00pm ACCN
Rice at No. 21 Marshall 12:00pm ESPN+
Kansas at Texas Tech 12:00pm FS2
Texas at Kansas State 12:00pm FOX
Memphis at Tulane 12:00pm ESPN+
Toledo at NIU 12:00pm ESPN3
Arkansas at Missouri 12:00pm SECN
Nebraska at Purdue 12:00pm BTN
Penn State at Rutgers 12:00pm FS1
Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan 2:00pm ESPN+
Bowling Green at Akron 2:00pm ESPN3
Ball State at Central Michigan 2:00pm ESPNU
Troy at South Alabama 2:00pm ESPN3
Syracuse at No. 2 Notre Dame 2:30pm NBC
ULM at Arkansas State 3:00pm ESPN3
No. 6 Florida at Tennessee 3:30pm CBS
West Virginia at No, 9 Iowa State 3:30pm ESPN
No. 24 Tulsa at Navy 3:30pm ESPN2
No. 12 Indiana at No. 16 Wisconsin 3:30pm ABC
No. 19 Iowa at Illinois 3:30pm FS1
Boston College at Virginia 3:30pm RSN/ESPN3
Stanford at No. 22 Washington 4:00pm FOX
Georgia Tech at NC State 4:00pm ACCN
No. 13 BYU at No. 18 Coastal Carolina 5:30pm ESPNU
Florida Atlantic at Georgia Southern 6:00pm ESPN+
San Jose State at Hawaii 6:00pm Spectrum/Team1
Colorado State at San Diego State 7:00pm CBSSN
Colorado at Arizona 7:00pm FS1
3 Clemson at Virginia Tech 7:30pm ABC
No. 23 Oregon at California 7:00pm ESPN
South Carolina at Kentucky 7:30pm SECN
No. 1 Alabama at LSU 8:00pm CBS
No. 10 Miami (FL) at Duke 8:00pm ACCN
Baylor at No. 11 Oklahoma 8:00pm FOX
Fresno State at Nevada 9:00pm FS2
UCLA at Arizona State 10:30pm FS1
Oregon State at Utah 10:30pm ESPN
Wyoming at New Mexico 10:30pm CBSSN

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