NCAAF Week 6: Top 25 games, TV Channels: ESPN3, ABC, FOX and More

STILLWATER, Okla. (Sporting Alert) — The following is the NCAA College Football – NCAAF – schedule for Week 6 on Saturday.

Some heavy weight clashes are on the schedule for this week with all the coverage broadcasting live on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, WatchESPN App, CBS Sports Network, FOX Sports 1, FOX, ABC, as well as the SEC and the Pac-12 Networks.

Top rated team is Florida State will face Wake Forest is a game the experts believe will be easy for the defending champions.

On paper Florida State certainly start as the big time favorites, but after watch No. 2 Oregon going down in midweek to Arizona, the Seminoles have been warned not take their opponents lightly.

Top 25 Matches

Texas A&M against Mississippi State. This game is a crucial one because Mississippi State have been playing well this season and even beat a major SEC contender in LSU 34-29 the last time out. Nebraska and Michigan State will go head to head this weekend in what is expected to be a very close outing. Nebraska is going into this game undefeated, while Michigan State has dropped just one game on the year so far. The Spartans have also tallied 129 on the offense in the last two outings compare to just giving away 28 on the defensive side.

Another key top 25 clash to look out for on the day is the battle between No. 3 Alabama and No. 11 Ole Miss at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. The SEC clash will see both teams putting 4-0 undefeated season records on the line, as well as seeking the advantage in conference action.

Also on the day, No. 5 Auburn entertains rivals No. 15 LSU in another SEC battle, No. 14 Stanford plays at No. 9 Notre Dame, while No. 21 Oklahoma State entertains Iowa State.

Saturday, October 4
TIME (ET) MATCHUP TV
12:00 PM No. 6 Texas A&M at No. 12 Mississippi State ESPN
12:00 PM No. 20 Ohio State at Maryland ABC
12:00 PM Iowa State at No. 21 Oklahoma State FOX Sports 1
12:00 PM SMU at No. 22 East Carolina ESPNU
12:00 PM Florida at Tennessee
12:00 PM Purdue at Illinois ESPN2
12:00 PM Marshall at Old Dominion
12:00 PM Southern Miss at Middle Tennessee
12:00 PM Ball State at Army CBS Sports Network
12:30 PM Virginia Tech at North Carolina ESPN 3
2:00 PM Eastern Michigan at Akron ESPN 3
2:30 PM North Texas at Indiana BTN
2:30 PM Massachusetts at Miami (OH) ESPN 3
3:00 PM Tulsa at Colorado State
3:30 PM Wake Forest at No. 1 Florida State ABC
3:30 PM No. 3 Alabama at No. 11 Ole Miss CBS
3:30 PM No. 4 Oklahoma at No. 25 TCU FOX
3:30 PM No. 7 Baylor at Texas ABC
3:30 PM No. 14 Stanford at No. 9 Notre Dame NBC
3:30 PM No. 17 Wisconsin at Northwestern ESPN2
3:30 PM North Carolina State at Clemson ESPNU
3:30 PM Ohio at Central Michigan ESPN 3
3:30 PM Buffalo at Bowling Green ESPN 3
3:30 PM New Mexico at UTSA
3:30 PM Navy at Air Force CBS Sports Network
4:00 PM Vanderbilt at No. 13 Georgia
4:00 PM Oregon State at Colorado Pac-12 Network
4:00 PM Kansas at West Virginia
5:00 PM Kent State at Northern Illinois ESPN 3
6:00 PM South Alabama at Appalachian State ESPN 3
7:00 PM No. 15 LSU at No. 5 Auburn ESPN
7:00 PM Texas Tech at No. 23 Kansas State ESPNU
7:00 PM Louisiana-Monroe at Arkansas State ESPN 3
7:00 PM Georgia State at Louisiana-Lafayette ESPN 3
7:00 PM Hawaii at Rice
7:00 PM Idaho at Texas State ESPN 3
7:00 PM Toledo at Western Michigan ESPN 3
7:00 PM Michigan at Rutgers BTN
7:00 PM UAB at Western Kentucky
7:00 PM UTEP at Louisiana Tech
7:00 PM Memphis at Cincinnati CBS Sports Network
7:30 PM Arizona State at No. 16 USC FOX
7:30 PM Miami (FL) at Georgia Tech ESPN2
7:30 PM Pittsburgh at Virginia ESPN 3
7:30 PM South Carolina at Kentucky
8:00 PM No. 19 Nebraska at No. 10 Michigan State ABC
8:00 PM Georgia Southern at New Mexico State ESPN 3
8:00 PM UNLV at San Jose State
10:30 PM Utah at No. 8 UCLA ESPN
10:30 PM Boise State at Nevada CBS Sports Network
10:30 PM California at Washington State Pac-12 Network

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