Oregon Ducks ready for weekend clash with Wyoming. Photo: goducks.com

NORMAN, Okla. (Sporting Alert) — The following is the list of games and respective TV and broadcasting networks for Week 3 of the new college football season on Saturday.

No. 1 and defending champions Florida State are idle in Week 3, but there are several other top 25 teams set for action on yet another busy weekend of football.

The No. 2 ranked Oregon, fresh off their exciting victory over Michigan State last week, will go for their third win on the season against fellow 2-0 starters Wyoming at Autzen Stadium. The Game is live on the Pac-12 Network at 2:00 PM ET.

The Ducks backed up its 62-13 victory over South Dakota in the opening week with a 46-27 positive result over the Spartans last Saturday.

In another clash on Saturday, Southern Miss travel to No. 3 Alabama seeking back-to-back wins, while the Crimson Tide, which kept the Florida Atlantic Owls scoreless in their 41-0 win last weekend, go after a triple on the season.

In other top 25 matchups on Saturday, the No. 4 Oklahoma Sooners entertain Tennessee, No. 9 USC are at Boston College, Rice are set to have their hands full at No. 7 Texas A&M, while No. 6 Georgia and No. 24 South Carolina have a date on CBS at the Williams-Brice Stadium.

Below you can see the busy day of action ahead with the first kick-off on day schedule for Noon, as 11 games are on, with No. 17 Virginia Tech, No. 20 Missouri and the dipping No. 22 Ohio State, all set for the early kick-offs.

NCAA College Football Schedule
Saturday, September 13

12:00 PM East Carolina at No. 17 Virginia Tech ESPN, WatchESPN
12:00 PM UCF at No. 20 Missouri SEC NETWORKWatchESPN
12:00 PM Kent State at No. 22 Ohio State ABC, ESPN2, WatchESPN
12:00 PM Indiana at Bowling Green ESPNU, WatchESPN
12:00 PM Ohio at Marshall CBS Sports Network
12:00 PM Boise State at Connecticut ABC, ESPN2, WatchESPN
12:00 PM Georgia Southern at Georgia Tech ESPN 3
12:00 PM Pittsburgh at Florida International FOX Sports 1
12:00 PM Syracuse at Central Michigan, ESPNEWS, WatchESPN
12:00 PM West Virginia at Maryland ESPN 3
12:00 PM Massachusetts at Vanderbilt ESPN 3
12:30 PM No. 21 Louisville at Virginia ESPN 3
2:00 PM Wyoming at No. 2 Oregon Pac-12 Network
2:00 PM Air Force at Georgia State ESPN 3
3:00 PM UC Davis at Colorado State
3:00 PM Indiana State at Ball State ESPN 3
3:30 PM No. 6 Georgia at No. 24 South Carolina CBS
3:30 PM Alabama A&M at UAB
3:30 PM Kansas at Duke ESPN 3
3:30 PM Miami (OH) at Michigan BTN
3:30 PM Arkansas State at Miami (FL) ESPNU, WatchESPN
3:30 PM North Carolina State at South Florida CBS Sports Network
3:30 PM Arkansas at Texas Tech ABC
3:30 PM Iowa State at Iowa ESPN, WatchESPN
4:00 PM Louisiana-Lafayette at No. 14 Ole Miss SEC NETWORKWatchESPN
4:00 PM Mississippi State at South Alabama ESPNEWS, WatchESPN
4:00 PM Minnesota at TCU FOX Sports 1
4:00 PM Illinois at Washington FOX
5:00 PM Army at No. 15 Stanford Pac-12 Network
5:00 PM Western Michigan at Idaho ESPN 3
6:00 PM Southern Miss at No. 3 Alabama ESPN2, WatchESPN
6:00 PM Eastern Michigan at Old Dominion
7:00 PM Louisiana-Monroe at No. 10 LSU ESPNU, WatchESPN
7:00 PM Northern Illinois at UNLV
7:00 PM Western Kentucky at Middle Tennessee
7:00 PM UTSA at Oklahoma State
7:00 PM Wake Forest at Utah State CBS Sports Network
7:00 PM Tulsa at Florida Atlantic
7:00 PM Abilene Christian at Troy ESPN 3
7:30 PM Purdue vs. No. 11 Notre Dame* NBC
7:30 PM Kentucky at Florida SEC NETWORKWatchESPN
8:00 PM Tennessee at No. 4 Oklahoma ABC
8:00 PM No. 9 USC at Boston College ESPN, WatchESPN
8:00 PM Penn State at Rutgers BTN
8:00 PM New Mexico State at UTEP
8:00 PM Southeastern Louisiana at Tulane ESPN 3
8:00 PM Navy at Texas State ESPNEWS, WatchESPN
8:00 PM Portland State at Washington State Pac-12 Network
8:15 PM No. 12 UCLA vs. Texas* FOX
9:00 PM Rice at No. 7 Texas A&M ESPN2, WatchESPN
10:00 PM No. 16 Arizona State at Colorado ESPNU, WatchESPN
10:30 PM Nebraska at Fresno State ESPN, WatchESPN
11:00 PM Nevada at Arizona Pac-12 Network


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