Week 4: NCAA College Football Schedule, TV Channels

Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston. USA TODAY Sports

MIAMI (SportingAlert) — TV Channels and schedules for the Week 4 of the NCAA College Football season on Saturday.

The week started with No. 5 Auburn beating a very determined No. 20 Kansas State, 20-14 on Thursday night and several other top ranked teams will look to feed off that on Saturday.

After enjoying a bye in Week 3 last weekend, No. 1 and defending champions Florida State return to action against No. 22 Clemson at Doak Campbell Stadium.

The game which kicks-off at 8:00 PM ET, will see the Seminoles playing without star quarterback Jameis Winston.

Florida State initially had published a released stating that Winston would be benched for the first half an entire half of the upcoming game, after the player he yelled phrases that were deemed “offensive and vulgar” in a public space on the campus earlier this week.

“As the university’s most visible ambassadors, student-athletes at Florida State are expected to uphold at all times high standards of integrity and behavior that reflect well upon themselves, their families, coaches, teammates, the Department of Athletics and Florida State University,” interim president Garnett Stokes and athletics director Stan Wilcox said in a statement.

“Student-athletes are expected to act in a way that reflects dignity and respect for others.

“As a result of his comments yesterday, which were offensive and vulgar, Jameis Winston will undergo internal discipline and will be withheld from competition for the first half of the Clemson game.”

However, on Friday night a FSU upgraded Winston ban which now sees him being suspended for the entire game.

“Based upon the results of our continuing investigation of Tuesday’s incident involving Jameis Winston, we have decided to not play him for the entire game against Clemson on Saturday night,” Stokes and Wilcox said in a joint statement Friday night.

And while most of the focus will be at Doak Campbell Stadium, there are other interesting contests on the schedule for the same day as well.

The impressive No. 2 Oregon will be traveling to the Martin Stadium to face Washington State. The Ducks have already scored 156 points from their three games thus far.

Elsewhere on Saturday, No. 4 Oklahoma will be at West Virginia, No. 24 Nebraska play host to Miami (FL), Mississippi State travel to No. 8 LSU, while No. 3 Alabama take on Florida and Eastern Michigan play at No. 11 Michigan State.

Saturday, September 20
12:00 PM Eastern Michigan at No. 11 Michigan State BTN
12:00 PM Troy at No. 13 Georgia SEC Network, WatchESPN
12:00 PM Bowling Green at No. 19 Wisconsin ESPN2, WatchESPN
12:00 PM Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech ESPN, WatchESPN
12:00 PM Iowa at Pittsburgh ESPNU, WatchESPN
12:00 PM Western Illinois at Northwestern ESPNEWSWatchESPN
12:00 PM Southern Illinois at Purdue BTN
12:00 PM Old Dominion at Rice
12:30 PM Maryland at Syracuse ESPN 3
12:30 PM Tulane at Duke ESPN 3
1:00 PM Maine at Boston College ESPN 3
1:00 PM Delaware State at Temple ESPN 3
2:00 PM Marshall at Akron ESPN 3
2:00 PM Hawaii at Colorado Pac-12 Network
3:30 PM Florida at No. 3 Alabama CBS
3:30 PM No. 6 Texas A&M at SMU ABC ESPN2WatchESPN
3:30 PM Virginia at No. 21 BYU ESPNWatchESPN
3:30 PM Nicholls State at North Texas
3:30 PM Norfolk State at Buffalo ESPN 3
3:30 PM North Carolina at East Carolina ESPNU, WatchESPN
3:30 PM Army at Wake Forest ESPN 3
3:30 PM Louisville at Florida International FOX Sports 1
3:30 PM Central Michigan at Kansas
3:30 PM Rutgers at Navy CBS Sports Network
3:30 PM Utah at Michigan  ABC, ESPN2, WatchESPN
4:00 PM Indiana at No. 18 Missouri  SEC Network, WatchESPN
4:00 PM Texas State at Illinois  ESPNEWS, WatchESPN
4:00 PM Massachusetts at Penn State BTN
4:00 PM San Jose State at Minnesota BTN
4:00 PM Florida Atlantic at Wyoming
6:00 PM Presbyterian at North Carolina State ESPN 3
6:00 PM Bethune-Cookman at UCF ESPN 3
6:00 PM Georgia State at Washington Pac-12 Network
7:00 PM Mississippi State at No. 8 LSU ESPN,  WatchESPN
7:00 PM Northern Illinois at Arkansas ESPNU, WatchESPN
7:00 PM Utah State at Arkansas State ESPN 3
7:00 PM Miami (OH) at Cincinnati CBS Sports Network
7:00 PM Middle Tennessee at Memphis ESPN 3
7:00 PM Northwestern State at Louisiana Tech
7:00 PM Appalachian State at Southern Miss
7:00 PM Ball State at Toledo ESPN 3
7:00 PM Idaho at Ohio ESPN 3
7:00 PM Murray State at Western Michigan ESPN 3
7:30 PM No. 4 Oklahoma at West Virginia FOX
7:30 PM No. 14 South Carolina at Vanderbilt SEC Network, WatchESPN
7:30 PM Georgia Southern at South Alabama ESPN 3
8:00 PM No. 22 Clemson at No. 1 Florida State ABC
8:00 PM Miami (FL) at No. 24 Nebraska ESPN2, WatchESPN
8:00 PM UNLV at Houston ESPN 3
8:00 PM New Mexico at New Mexico State ESPN 3
10:00 PM California at Arizona Pac-12 Network
10:00 PM Southern Utah at Fresno State
10:30 PM No. 2 Oregon at Washington State ESPN, WatchESPN
10:30 PM San Diego State at Oregon State FOX Sports 1
10:30 PM Louisiana-Lafayette at Boise State CBS Sports Network