Sporting Alert – As we prepare ourselves for what will undoubtedly be one of the most entertaining weeks in college football on Saturday (7), let’s take a look at the games streaming live on ESPN3.com in Week 10.
The selections for ESPN3 have four games involving College Football Playoff top 25 ranked teams, including one of the highlighted matchups for Week 10 – No. 1 Clemson against No. 16 Florida State.
Defending champions Ohio State, the No. 3 CFP ranked team, No. 7 Michigan State and No. 5 Notre Dame will also be in action on the day.
The clash between the Tigers (8-0) and the Seminoles (7-1) from the Memorial Stadium, gets going at 3:30 p.m. EST, and the home side starts as 10.5-point favourites to win, with the game’s total sitting at 56.
Clemson has certainly looked the better team so far this season, but Florida State will be tough to handle.
Given their current form, it would be hard not to pick the top-ranked side as the favourites, but are people forgetting that this Jimbo Fisher side is still loaded with enough talents to turn over the Tigers on their own turf.
The Seminoles are 5-1 in the ACC standings after losing to Georgia Tech, but a win for them over Clemson would certainly shake up things in both the AP and CFP top 25 rankings.
The Tigers are averaging 40.0 points per game, while its defense, which is one of the toughest in the nation, is allowing 17.6 points per game.
After their bye week last weekend, defending champion Ohio State returns to action against Minnesota at Ohio Stadium in Columbus.
The Third-ranked Buckeyes (7-0) has recalled Cardale Jones to the starting lineup because the man who was supposed to start, J.T. Barrett is suspended for one game after he was arrested and cited for driving under the influence last Saturday.
Jones has been very inconsistent this season, but head coach Urban Meyer is confident the junior can regain his form again to lead the offense.
This game will be streamed live on ESPN3, at 8:00 p.m., with WatchESPN also providing coverage and ABC broadcasting the match on TV.
Elsewhere on Saturday, No. 5 Notre Dame will take on Pittsburgh at noon, with the Fighting Irish (7-1) looking to stay in contention for a CFP top four spot.
At 7:00 p.m. No. 7 Michigan State face-off against Nebraska at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln.
All Games Below Are Live On ESPN3
Streaming College Football
Saturday, November 6
12:00 PM Bryant vs. Wagner
12:00 PM No. 5 Notre Dame vs. Pittsburgh ESPN3
12:30 PM Syracuse vs. Louisville
12:30 PM NC State vs. Boston College ESPN3
1:00 PM West Georgia vs. Florida Tech
1:00 PM East Stroudsburg vs. West Chester
1:00 PM Minnesota State vs. Sioux Falls
1:00 PM Davidson vs. Jacksonville
2:00 PM Jacksonville State vs. Eastern Illinois
2:00 PM Missouri State vs. Youngstown State
2:00 PM Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Georgia State
2:30 PM Eastern Michigan vs. Miami (Ohio)
3:00 PM Illinois State vs. South Dakota State
3:00 PM Idaho vs. South Alabama
3:00 PM Virginia vs. Miami (Fla) ESPN3
3:00 PM Colorado State vs. Wyoming ESPN3
3:00 PM Clark Atlanta vs. Samford
3:30 PM Louisiana-Monroe vs. Troy ESPN3
3:30 PM Western Illinois vs. North Dakota State
3:30 PM No. 16 Florida State vs. No. 1 Clemson ESPN3
4:00 PM New Mexico State vs. Texas State
5:00 PM Indiana State vs. Northern Iowa
7:00 PM Sam Houston State vs. McNeese State
7:00 PM Incarnate Word vs. Southeastern Louisiana ESPN3
7:00 PM LG Skycam – No. 7 Michigan State vs. Nebraska ESPN3
8:07 PM Minnesota vs. No. 3 Ohio State ESPN3
10:30 PM In Spanish – Arizona vs. USC ESPN3