College Football Week 3 Schedule, Live Stream, TV Channels: Sept. 15

College Football Week 3 complete schedule, game times, live streaming and TV channels and gamecast for Saturday, September 15.

Mike Weber of Ohio State

Junior running back Mike Weber of Ohio State

MIAMI, FL – College Football Week 3 complete schedule, game times, live streaming and TV channels for Saturday, September 15.

This weekend’s schedule will include a number of standout fixtures, including three ranked vs. ranked collisions that are expected to have the neutrals well entertained.

A long list of games are scheduled to kick-off at 12:00 pm with No. 2 Clemson, No. 3 Georgia and No. 5 Oklahoma among the highlighted teams punting things off from the start.

The Tigers will play hosts to Georgia Southern at Memorial Stadium, while the Bulldogs welcome Middle Tennessee at Sanford Stadium in Athens.

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After starting the season with two impressive wins at home, the Sooners will travel for the first time this season when they visit Jack Trice Stadium in Ames for a very tricky matchup against Iowa State, which surprised them in Norman last season.

RANKED vs. RANKED

There are three ranked vs. ranked battles on the college football Week 3 schedule and they are all expected to be very interesting.

At 3:30 pm ET, live on CBS and from Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, the No. 7 ranked Tigers will face-off with fellow SEC powerhouse and No. 12 ranked LSU.

Saturday’s clash will see these two programs going head-to-head when both are ranked coming into the game first time since 2015.

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Also at 3:30 pm and live ESPN and streaming on WatchESPN, No. 17 Boise State will visit No. 24 Oklahoma State at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Okla.

The Cowboys, who are in the Top 25 for the first time this season, are confident heading into this big nonconference game against the Broncos.

At the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, No. 4 Ohio State will get its biggest test so far this season when it visits No. 15 TCU.

It will be the Buckeyes’ last game without suspended coach Urban Meyer on the sideline and it is live on ABC and streaming on WatchESPN, starting at 8:00 pm.

Elsewhere on the college football Week 3 schedule, No. 1 and defending national champion Alabama is expected to be well tested against a very talented Ole Miss team at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford.

A win for the Rebels would certainly push them into the Top 25 when the next rankings are released on Sunday.

Meanwhile, with Hurricane Florence bearing down on the Carolinas, six games, including three involving ranked teams, have already been either postponed or canceled.

East Carolina at No. 13 Virginia Tech, Marshall at South Carolina and No. 18 UCF at North Carolina have all be canceled, while Southern Miss at Appalachian State, No. 14 West Virginia at NC State and Norfolk State at Liberty have been postponed.

College Football Week 3 Schedule – September 15

Live TV Channels and Online Streaming Coverage Available

Georgia Southern at No. 2 Clemson 12:00pm ESPNU, WatchESPN
Middle Tennessee at No. 3 Georgia 12:00pm ESPNews, WatchESPN
No. 5 Oklahoma at Iowa State 12:00pm ABC, WatchESPN
Kent State at No. 11 Penn State 12:00pm FS1, FoxSportsGO
No. 21 Miami (FL) at Toledo 12:00pm ESPN2, WatchESPN
Florida State at Syracuse 12:00pm ESPN, WatchESPN
Temple at Maryland 12:00pm BTN
Hawaii at Army 12:00pm CBSSN
Murray State at Kentucky 12:00pm SECN, WatchESPN
Ball State at Indiana 12:00pm BTN
Rhode Island at UConn 12:00pm SNY/ESPN3, WatchESPN
Rutgers at Kansas 12:00pm FSN
Troy at Nebraska 12:00pm BTN
Tulane at UAB 12:00pm
UTEP at Tennessee 12:00pm SECN, WatchESPN
Georgia Tech at Pitt 12:30pm RSN
UC Davis at No. 9 Stanford 2:00pm Pac-12N
Vanderbilt at No. 8 Notre Dame 2:30pm NBC, NBCSports.com
No. 17 Boise State at No. 24 Oklahoma State 3:30pm ESPN, WatchESPN
BYU at No. 6 Wisconsin 3:30pm ABC, WatchESPN
Central Michigan at NIU 3:30pm ESPN Plus
Duke at Baylor 3:30pm FS1, FoxSportsGO
Lehigh at Navy 3:30pm CBSSN
No. 12 LSU at No. 7 Auburn 3:30pm CBS
Miami (Ohio) at Minnesota 3:30pm BTN
SMU at No. 19 Michigan 3:30pm BTN
Colorado State at Florida 4:00pm SECN, WatchESPN
Eastern Kentucky at Bowling Green 4:00pm ESPN3, WatchESPN
Houston at Texas Tech 4:00pm FOX, FoxSportsGO
North Texas at Arkansas 4:00pm SECN, WatchESPN
AUTSA at Kansas State 4:00pm FSN
Wofford at Wyoming 4:00pm MWN
New Hampshire at Colorado 5:00pm P12N
MTNSan Jose State at No. 20 Oregon 5:00pm Pac-12N
Bethune-Cookman at Florida Atlantic 6:00pm Stadium
Eastern Michigan at Buffalo 6:00pm ESPN Plus
Idaho State at California 6:00pm P12N BAY
No. 1 Alabama at Ole Miss 7:00pm ESPN, WatchESPN
Alabama A&M at Cincinnati 7:00pm ESPN3, WatchESPN
Arkansas State at Tulsa 7:00pm CBSSN
Delaware State at Western Michigan 7:00pm ESPN Plus
Oregon State at Nevada 7:00pm ESPNU, WatchESPN
Texas State at South Alabama 7:00pm ESPN Plus
Akron at Northwestern 7:30pm BTN
Louisiana at No. 16 Mississippi State 7:30pm ESPN2, WatchESPN
Missouri at Purdue 7:30pm BTN
Northern Iowa at Iowa 7:30pm BTN
ULM at Texas A&M 7:30pm SECN, WatchESPN
UMass at FIU 7:30pm beIN SPORTS
WKU at Louisville 7:30pm RSN
No. 4 Ohio State at No. 16 TCU 8:00pm ABC, WatchESPN
No. 22 USC at Texas 8:00pm FOX, FoxSportsGO
Eastern Washington at Washington State 8:00pm Pac-12N
New Mexico at New Mexico State 8:00pm FSAZ Plus
No. 10 Washington at Utah 10:00pm ESPN, WatchESPN
No. 23 Arizona State at San Diego State 10:30pm CBSSN
Prairie View A&M at UNLV 10:00pm
Fresno State at UCLA 10:30pm FS1, FoxSportsGO
Southern Utah at Arizona 11:00pm Pac-12N

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