How To Watch College Football Week 15 Stream – Dec. 12

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MIAMI, FL — The college football schedule, live TV channels, and streams for the fixtures in Week 15 on Saturday, December 12. No. 1 Alabama is among the teams in action this weekend, while there are two games involving ranked vs. ranked teams.

Top-ranked Crimson Tide (10-0, 10-0 SEC) travel to Fayetteville, to take on Arkansas (3-6, 3-6 SEC) at the Razorback Stadium. Game time for this encounter is slated for 12:00 p.m. ET and is live on ESPN and

The game is the final one for Alabama before taking on No. 6 Florida in the Southeastern Conference championship game at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta, GA, next weekend.

No. 9 Georgia (6-2, 6-2 SEC) and No. 25 Missouri (5-3, 5-3 SEC) will meet in one of the two all-ranked matchups today. The Bulldogs are 83.0% favorites to beat the Tigers when the two programs kick-off at Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field in Columbia, MO. The SEC Network will provide live broadcast and will stream the game live.

The other ranked vs. ranked clash comes from the Atlantic Coast Conference where No. 10 Miami (8-1, 7-1 ACC) and No. 17 North Carolina (7-3, 6-3 ACC) will battle at Hard Rock Stadium. ABC will have the television broadcast and will stream the game, which starts at 3:30 PM.

College Football Schedule, TV Channels & Streams

Saturday, December 12
Matchup Time (ET) TV/Stream
Rutgers at Maryland 12:00 pm BTN
No. 1 Alabama at Arkansas 12:00 pm ESPN/WatchESPN
Western Michigan at Ball State 12:00 pm ESPN+
Wake Forest at Louisville 12:00 pm ACCN/WatchESPN
Utah at No. 21 Colorado 12:00 pm FOX
NIU at Eastern Michigan 12:00 pm ESPN3/WatchESPN
Minnesota at Nebraska 12:00 pm FS1
Michigan State at Penn State 12:00 pm ABC/WatchESPN
Illinois at No. 14 Northwestern 12:00 pm ESPN2/WatchESPN
No. 9 Georgia at No. 25 Missouri 12:00 pm SECN/WatchESPN
UAB at Rice 1:00 pm ESPN3/WatchESPN
Akron at Buffalo 2:30 pm CBSSN
Central Michigan at Toledo 3:00 pm ESPN3/WatchESPN
No. 13 Coastal Carolina at Troy 3:00 pm ESPN+
Navy at Army 3:00 pm CBS
Wisconsin at 16 Iowa 3:30 pm FS1
No. 22 Oklahoma State at Baylor 3:30 pm ESPN/WatchESPN
No. 17 North Carolina at No. 10 Miami (FL) 3:30 pm ABC/WatchESPN
Houston at Memphis 3:45 pm ESPN2/ESPN+
California at Washington State 4:00 pm FOX
Duke at Florida State 4:00 pm ACCN/WatchESPN
Tennessee at Vanderbilt 4:00 pm SECN/WatchESPN
Boise State at Wyoming 6:00 pm CBSSN
Appalachian State at Georgia Southern 6:00 pm ESPN3
LSU at No. 6 Florida 7:00 pm ESPN/WatchESPN
Louisiana Tech at TCU 7:00 pm FS1
Auburn at Mississippi State 7:30 pm SECN/WatchESPN
No. 15 USC at UCLA 7:30 pm ABC
Virginia at Virginia Tech 8:00 pm ACCN/WatchESPN
Stanford at Oregon State 10:00 pm ESPNU/WatchESPN
San Diego State at No. 18 BYU 10:00 pm ESPN2/WatchESPN
Fresno State at New Mexico 10:30 pm FS1
UNLV at Hawaii 11:00 pm Spectrum PPV
Purdue at No. 12 Indiana Canceled
No. 8 Cincinnati at No. 24 Tulsa Canceled
Incarnate Word at Arkansas State Canceled
Miami (Ohio) at Bowling Green Canceled
Michigan at No. 4 Ohio State Canceled
Ohio at Kent State Canceled
No. 11 Oklahoma at West Virginia Canceled
Washington at Oregon Canceled
Utah State at Colorado State Canceled
No. 20 Texas at Kansas Canceled
Ole Miss at No. 5 Texas A&M Canceled


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