ESPN3 Live Streaming College Football Week 6 Schedule: Oct. 8
MIAMI, FL, Sporting Alert – The following is the list of college football games streaming live on ESPN3 in Week 6, Saturday, October 7.
Several AP Top 25 ranked teams are scheduled to feature on the streaming platform, with coverage slated in both English and Spanish languages.
Topping the list is the SEC clash between No. 1 Alabama and No. 16 Arkansas, with coverage set to be provided in Spanish, Skycam and Command Center.
Kick-off time at the Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville, AR, is set for 7:00pm ET and the Crimson Tide (5-0), who are the defending College Football Playoffs champions, are heavily favoured to roll past the Razorbacks (4-1).
In the meantime, J.T Barrett will lead No. 2 Ohio State into the clash against Indiana at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, and the Buckeyes (4-0) – one of the hottest teams in the country this season – hold a 97.7-percent chance of gaining a 20th straight win over the Hoosiers.
The matchup between No. 17 North Carolina and No. 25 Virginia Tech is expected to carry some weight in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).
Both teams are undefeated in conference play this season, while the Hokies (3-1) have won three straight against the Tar Heels (4-1).
However, it’s the home side, which is currently ranked second nationally in offensive efficiency, that is being listed as the favourite to win in Chapel Hill, according to ESPN’s Football Power Index.
UNC has a 65-percent chance of winning its fifth straight game this season, according to FPI, with the kick-off set to go off at 3:30pm.
Another all AP Top 25 clash in Week 6, live on ESPN 3, is the battle between No. 10 Miami and No. 23 Florida State.
It’s been a difficult year so far for the Seminoles (3-2), who sit on the edge of the ACC Atlantic, after suffering two defeats and look well set to be out of the CFP runnings for this term.
At the same time, the Hurricanes (4-0) remain undefeated and go in search for their fifth successive win this campaign.
Miami heads into this game looking to defend its undefeated run at home, but Florida State is the favourite by a slim margin, according to ESPN’s Football Power Index.
Two games that outside the AP Top 25, but are of interest are the clashes between Notre Dame and NC State and BYU against Michigan State.
College Football Games Week 3
Streaming Live on ESPN 3
Saturday, October 8 – Times (ET)
12:00 PM Shippensburg vs. West Chester ESPN 3
12:00 PM Benedictine vs. Culver-Stockton ESPN3
12:00 PM Notre Dame vs. NC State ESPN 3
1:00 PM Samford vs. Furman ESPN3
1:00 PM Dartmouth vs. Yale ESPN3
1:30 PM East Tennessee State vs. VMI ESPN3
2:00 PM Gannon vs. Edinboro ESPN3
2:00 PM Tennessee Tech vs. Jacksonville State ESPN3
2:00 PM Bowling Green vs. Ohio ESPN3
2:00 PM Drake vs. Valparaiso ESPN3
3:00 PM Toledo vs. Eastern Michigan ESPN 3
3:00 PM Northern Iowa vs. South Dakota ESPN 3
3:00 PM Youngstown State vs. Illinois State ESPN3
3:00 PM Saint Francis (PA) vs. Robert Morris ESPN3
3:00 PM West Florida vs. Mississippi College ESPN3
3:00 PM Miami (OH) vs. Akron ESPN3
3:00 PM North Dakota State vs. Missouri State ESPN 3
3:30 PM No. 25 Virginia Tech vs. No. 17 North Carolina ESPN 3
3:30 PM BYU vs. Michigan State ESPN 3
3:30 PM Skycam – Indiana vs. No. 2 Ohio State ESPN 3
3:30 PM Kent State vs. Buffalo ESPN 3
3:30 PM Texas State vs. Georgia State ESPN 3
3:30 PM Ball State vs. Central Michigan ESPN 3
4:00 PM Indiana State vs. Western Illinois ESPN 3
6:00 PM Mercyhurst vs. Slippery Rock ESPN 3
6:00 PM Presbyterian vs. Gardner-Webb ESPN3
7:00 PM No. 1 Alabama vs. #16 Arkansas ESPN3 (Command Center, Skycam, In Spanish)
7:00 PM Idaho vs. Louisiana-Monroe ESPN3
7:00 PM South Dakota State vs. Southern Illinois ESPN 3
7:00 PM EDTMcNeese vs. Southeastern Louisiana ESPN3
7:00 PM Ferris State vs. Grand Valley State ESPN 3
7:00 PM Sam Houston State vs. Incarnate Word ESPN 3
7:00 PM Fresno State vs. Nevada ESPN 3
8:00 PM Midwestern State vs. Texas A&M Commerce ESPN 3
8:07 PM No. 23 Florida State vs. No. 10 Miami ESPN 3
10:30 PM In Spanish – Washington State vs. No. 15 Stanford ESPN 3