MIAMI, FL, Sporting Alert — The following is the college football 2017 schedule for Week 2 on Saturday, September 9, along with the live TV channels and streams.
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Heading the list of games this weekend is the Top 5 clash between No. 2 Ohio State and No. 5 Oklahoma at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, OH.
The Buckeyes will be hosting the Sooners for the fourth time this weekend and according to ESPN Stats and Information, all four previous games have come with the teams ranked in the top 15 of the AP poll.
This fixture will also see two Heisman Trophy candidates, Baker Mayfield of Oklahoma and Ohio State’s J.T. Barrett squaring off in a marquee matchup.
Mayfield, who has been labeled as “the best quarterback in college football” passed for 329 yards and three touchdowns in one half of action for the Sooners last week in the 56-7 win over UTEP 56-7 on Saturday.
In the meantime, Barrett threw for 304 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score for the Buckeyes, who pulled away to beat Indiana 49-21 on the opening week of the college football 2017 schedule.
According to ESPN’s Football Power Index, Ohio State has a 77 percent chance to win at home against Oklahoma.
Meanwhile, after beating then-No. 3 Florida State in Atlanta last week, No. 1 Alabama returns to Bryant-Denny Stadium for their opening game of the season in Tuscaloosa, against Fresno State.
The Crimson Tide, who were the runner-ups to Clemson in the national championships last season, have been given a 98.9 percent chance to make light weight of the Bulldogs, who also won their season opener.
Elsewhere this weekend, defending champion Clemson will host No. 13 Auburn at Memorial Stadium.
The third-ranked Tigers beat up on Kent State 56-3 last Saturday to get their campaign off and running but is expected to be tested by another group of Tigers, who topped Georgia Southern 41-7 last week.
No. 4 Penn State host Pittsburgh, No. 6 USC will entertain No. 14 Stanford, the seventh-ranked Washington welcomes Montana, whole Cincinnati is at No. 8 Michigan and No. 9 Wisconsin entertains Florida Atlantic.
In another ncaa football top 25 game of interest, No. 15 Georgia is at No. 24 Notre Dame.
College Football 2017 Schedule For Week 2
Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017
Matchup Time (ET) TV
Buffalo at Army Noon CBSSN
Charlotte at No. 19 Kansas State Noon FSN
Cincinnati at No. 8 Michigan Noon ABC
Florida Atlantic at No. 9 Wisconsin Noon BTN
No. 17 Louisville at North Carolina Noon ESPN
Northwestern at Duke Noon ESPNU
Towson at Maryland Noon BTN
East Carolina at West Virginia Noon FS2
Eastern Kentucky at Kentucky Noon SECN
Iowa at Iowa State Noon ESPN2
UT Martin at Ole Miss Noon SECN Alt.
Jacksonville State at Georgia Tech 12:30 pm RSN/ESPNCE
Wake Forest at Boston College 1:00 pm ACCNExtra
Texas State at Colorado 2:00 pm Pac-12N
UAB at Ball State 3:00 pm ESPN3
Fresno State at No. 1 Alabama 3:30 pm ESPN2
Pittsburgh at No. 4 Penn State 3:30 pm ABC
Delaware at No. 18 Virginia Tech 3:30 pm ACCNExtra
No. 23 TCU at Arkansas 3:30 pm CBS
Abilene Christian at Colorado State 3:30 pm MWN
Austin Peay at Miami, OH 3:30 pm ESPN3
Eastern Illinois at NIU 3:30 pm ESPN3
Eastern Michigan at Rutgers 3:30 pm BTN
Howard at Kent State 3:30 pm ESPN3
Indiana at Virginia 3:30 pm ACCNExtra
Middle Tennessee at Syracuse 3:30 pm ACCNExtra
Old Dominion at UMass 3:30 pm 11 Sports/NESN
San Jose State at Texas 3:30 pm LHN
Savannah State at Appalachian State 3:30 pm ESPN3
Tulane at Navy 3:30 pm CBSSN
Villanova at Temple 3:30 pm ESPN3
Western Michigan at Michigan State 3:30 pm BTN
Indiana State at No. 25 Tennessee 4:00 pm SECN
Alabama A&M at Vanderbilt 4:00 pm SECN Alt.
Central Michigan at Kansas 4:00 pm FSN
Gardner-Webb at Wyoming 4:00 pm ATTSNRM
New Hampshire vs Georgia Southern 4:00 pm ESPN3
UL Lafayette at Tulsa 4:00 pm ESPN3
Nebraska at Oregon 4:30 pm FOX
Hawaii at UCLA 5:00 pm Pac-12N
Weber State at California 5:00 pm Pac-12Bay
Alabama State at Troy 6:00 pm ESPN3
Marshall at NC State 6:00 pm ACCNExtra
South Dakota at Bowling Green 6:00 pm ESPN3
Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Akron 6:30 pm ESPN3
No. 13 Auburn at No. 3 Clemson 7:00 pm ESPN
Nicholls State at Texas A&M 7:00 pm ESPNU
North Texas at SMU 7:00 pm ESPN3
South Carolina at Missouri 7:00 pm ESPN2
Southern at Southern Miss 7:00 pm Stadium
Toledo at Nevada 7:00 pm ESPN3
UNLV at Idaho 7:00 pm ESPN3
No. 5 Oklahoma at No. 2 Ohio State 7:30 pm ABC
Chattanooga at No. 12 LSU 7:30 pm SECN
No. 15 Georgia at No. 24 Notre Dame 7:30 pm NBC
Mississippi State at Louisiana Tech 7:30 pm CBSSN
Montana at No. 7 Washington 8:00 pm Pac-12N
New Mexico State at New Mexico 8:00 pm Stadium
Rice at UTEP 8:00 pm CUSA.TV
UTSA at Baylor 8:00 pm FSN
WKU at Illinois 8:00 pm BTN
No. 14 Stanford at No. 6 USC 8:30 pm FOX
Minnesota at Oregon State 10:00 pm FS1
Utah at BYU 10:15 pm ESPN2
Boise State at No. 20 Washington State 10:30 pm ESPN
Houston at Arizona 10:30 pm ESPNU
San Diego State at Arizona State 11:00 pm Pac-12N
(21) USF at UConn — Canceled
Northern Colorado at (22) Florida — Canceled
Northern Colorado at (22) Florida — Canceled
(16) Miami, FL at Arkansas State — Canceled
ULM at (10) Florida State — Canceled