NCAA College Football Week 5 Live TV Channels and Schedule

MIAMI (Sporting Alert) — NCAA College Football schedule and live TV channels and live streaming coverage for Week 5 on Saturday, September 27.

No. 1 Florida State is expected to have star quarterback Jameis Winston for their trip to North Carolina State at the Carter-Finley Stadium.

The Seminoles (3-0) played without the suspended Winston last week Saturday and needed overtime for the 23-17 victory over then-No. 22 Clemson, who was dropped from the top-25 following the defeat. A shaky Sean Maguire replaced Winston, and although he threw for 305 yards and a touchdown, some of his deliveries were wayward, while he was picked off twice.

Meanwhile, North Carolina State comes into the game on a 4-0 record this season and will be led by Florida transfer Jacoby Brissett, who has been impressive thus far this season.

Besides the top-ranked Seminoles, No. 5 Auburn, No. 6 Texas A&M, No. 7 Baylor, No. 8 Notre Dame, No. 9 Michigan State and No. 10 Ole Miss are the other top-10 teams down on the schedule for Week 5.

ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, WatchESPN, ESPNU, Big Ten Network, CBS Sports Network, SEC Network, Pac-12 Network and ABC are the networks providing live TV and online streaming coverage.

Saturday, September 27
12:00 PM Wyoming at No. 9 Michigan State ESPN2
12:00 PM Tennessee at No. 12 Georgia ESPN
12:00 PM South Florida at No. 19 Wisconsin ESPNU
12:00 PM UTEP at No. 25 Kansas State
12:00 PM Iowa at Purdue BTN
12:00 PM Northwestern at Penn State BTN
12:00 PM TCU at SMU CBS Sports Network
12:00 PM Tulane at Rutgers
12:00 PM Vanderbilt at Kentucky
12:30 PM Colorado State at Boston College ESPN 3
12:30 PM Western Michigan at Virginia Tech ESPN 3
1:00 PM Army at Yale
1:30 PM Akron at Pittsburgh ESPN 3
1:30 PM Maryland at Indiana BTN
2:00 PM Eastern Illinois at Ohio ESPN 3
3:00 PM Bowling Green at Massachusetts ESPN 3
3:30 PM No. 1 Florida State at North Carolina State ABC ESPN2
3:30 PM Arkansas vs. No. 6 Texas A&M* CBS
3:30 PM Western Kentucky at Navy CBS Sports Network
3:30 PM Minnesota at Michigan ABC ESPN2
3:30 PM Kent State at Virginia ESPN 3
3:30 PM Florida International at UAB
3:30 PM Wake Forest at Louisville ESPNU
3:30 PM Miami (OH) at Buffalo ESPN 3
4:00 PM Louisiana Tech at No. 5 Auburn
4:00 PM Colorado at California Pac-12 Network
4:00 PM Temple at Connecticut
4:10 PM Texas at Kansas FOX Sports 1
4:15 PM No. 16 Stanford at Washington FOX
5:00 PM South Alabama at Idaho ESPN 3
5:00 PM UTSA at Florida Atlantic
6:00 PM Cincinnati at No. 22 Ohio State BTN
7:00 PM Missouri at No. 13 South Carolina ESPN
7:00 PM North Carolina at Clemson ESPNU
7:00 PM Central Michigan at Toledo ESPN 3
7:00 PM Rice at Southern Miss
7:00 PM Troy at Louisiana-Monroe ESPN 3
7:00 PM Boise State at Air Force CBS Sports Network
7:30 PM Memphis at No. 10 Ole Miss ESPN 3
7:30 PM New Mexico State at No. 17 LSU
7:30 PM Duke at Miami (FL) ESPN2
8:00 PM No. 7 Baylor at Iowa State FOX
8:00 PM No. 8 Notre Dame vs. Syracuse* ABC
8:00 PM Texas State at Tulsa
8:00 PM UNLV at San Diego State ESPN 3
8:00 PM Washington State at Utah Pac-12 Network
9:00 PM Illinois at No. 21 Nebraska BTN
10:30 PM Oregon State at No. 18 USC ESPN
10:30 PM Nevada at San Jose State CBS Sports Network

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.