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College Football Week 8 schedule, Live TV Streams: Oct. 20

MIAMI, FL — College Football Week 8 schedule, live streaming and television channels on what is expected to be another busy weekend on Saturday, October 20.

Last week, four of the top eight teams in The Associated Press college football poll lost, which will put all teams on edge this week.

No. 1 Alabama is expected to continue its impressive winning start to the season with another victory when the Crimson Tide travel to Knoxville, to take on Tennessee at Neyland Stadium.

Game time for this one is set for 3:30 and CBS will have live television and streaming coverage.

No. 2 Ohio State will also be on the road in Week 8 – visiting the Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, IN, to play Purdue.


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Meanwhile, there are four ranked vs. ranked contests on the college football Week 8 schedule.

At 12:00 pm, No. 6 Michigan makes the short trip to No. 24 Michigan State for a game at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing. The Wolverines have been good this season, but the Spartans are coming off a confidence boosting 21-17 victory over then-No. 8 Penn State last week.

At Memorial Stadium in South Carolina, No. 3 Clemson entertains the undefeated No. 16 North Carolina State. These two teams are the ACC’s only ranked and unbeaten sides this season.

Game time for this one is set for 3:30 pm and ESPN will have the television coverage. WatchESPN will stream the action line as well. WatchESPN. Radio: Wolfpack Sports Network. Also: National Radio – Tunein, Sirius 81, XM 81.

At 7:00 pm at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, LA, No. 22 Mississippi State will look to upset No. 5 LSU on the Tigers’ own turf. ESPN/WatchESPN |

Saturday’s clash will be the fourth ranked team that LSU would have faced this season, although two of them, Miami (FL) and Auburn are no longer listed in the AP Top 25.

Game time is 7:00 pm and ESPN will provide the nationally broadcast coverage. If you want to stream it live on your mobile devices, visit WatchESPN.

Meanwhile, No. 12 Oregon is at No. 25 Washington State on FOX and streaming on FoxSportsGo.

Elsewhere, No. 9 Oklahoma, back after a week off, is at TCU, No. 10 UCF visits East Carolina, while No. 14 Kentucky entertain Vanderbilt, aiming to stay impressive.

College Football Week 8 schedule, Live TV Streams
Saturday: October. 20

Matchup Time (ET) TV and Streams
No. 6 Michigan at No. 24 Michigan State 12:00 pm FOX | FoxSportsGo
No. 9 Oklahoma at TCU 12:00 pm ABC | WatchESPN
Maryland at No. 19 Iowa 12:00 pm ESPN | WatchESPN
No. 20 Cincinnati at Temple 12:00 pm ESPN | WatchESPN
Illinois at No. 23 Wisconsin 12:00 pm FS1 | FoxSportsGo
Auburn at Ole Miss 12:00 pm ESPN | WatchESPN
Buffalo at Toledo 12:00 pm ESPN+ | WGRZ
Miami (Ohio) at Army 12:00 pm CBSSN
Northwestern at Rutgers 12:00 pm BTN
Tulsa at Arkansas 12:00 pm SECN | WatchESPN
North Carolina at Syracuse 12:20 pm Raycom Sports
Virginia at Duke 12:30 pm ESPN3
Bowling Green at Ohio 2:00 pm ESPN3
Idaho State at Liberty 2:00 pm ESPN3
Florida Atlantic at Marshall 2:30 pm CBSSN
Utah State at Wyoming 2:30 pm ATTSN
Charlotte at Middle Tennessee 3:00 pm ESPN3
Eastern Michigan at Ball State 3:00 pm ESPN+
Western Michigan at Central Michigan 3:00 pm ESPN+
No. 1 Alabama at Tennessee 3:30 pm CBS
Colorado at No. 15 Washington 3:30 pm FOX | FoxSportsGo
No. 16 NC State at 3 Clemson 3:30 pm ESPN | WatchESPN
Mo. 18 Penn State at Indiana 3:30 pm ABC | WatchESPN
Wake Forest at Florida State 3:30 pm ESPN | WatchESPN
Houston at Navy 3:30 pm CBSSN
Akron at Kent State 3:30 pm ESPN+
Coastal Carolina at UMass 3:30 pm NESN
Kansas at Texas Tech 3:30 pm FS1 | FoxSportsGo
Louisiana at Appalachian State 3:30 pm ESPN+
Minnesota at Nebraska 3:30 pm BTN
SMU at Tulane 3:30 pm ESPN | WatchESPN
UTEP at LA Tech 3:30 pm ESPN+
California at Oregon State 4:00 pm Pac-12N
Memphis at Missouri 4:00 pm SECN | WatchESPN
Georgia Southern at New Mexico State 6:00 pm 11 Sports / AggieVision
No. 22 Mississippi State at No. 5 LSU 7:00 pm ESPN | WatchESPN
No. 10 UCF at East Carolina 7:00 pm ESPN | WatchESPN
UConn at No. 21 USF 7:00 pm CBSSN
UTSA at Southern Miss 7:00 pm ESPN+
No. 2 Ohio State at Purdue 7:30 pm ABC | WatchESPN
No. 12 Oregon at No. 25 Washington State 7:30 pm FOX | FoxSportsGo
Vanderbilt at No. 14 Kentucky 7:30 pm SECN | WatchESPN
Rice at FIU 7:30 pm ESPN+
Fresno State at New Mexico 7:30 pm ESPN | WatchESPN
North Texas at UAB 7:30 pm beIN SPORTS
Old Dominion at WKU 7:30 pm ESPN+
USC at Utah 8:00 pm Pac-12N
Arizona at UCLA 10:30 pm ESPN | WatchESPN
San Jose State at San Diego State 10:30 pm CBSSN
Nevada at Hawaii 11:59 pm Spectrum/Nevada Sports Net

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