Week 8 College Football TV Channels, Live Streams and Fixtures

(Sporting Alert) — The following are the list of games and respective TV channels and live streaming channels for Week 8 on the NCAAF – College Football – schedule on Saturday.

Highlighted game on the list is the clash between No. 3 Clemson (6-0, 4-0 ACC) and the rising No. 5 Florida State (5-0, 3-0 ACC) at Memorial Stadium, in South Carolina. This game will be broadcast live on ABC, starting at 8:00 PM ET.

Both teams are defeated so far this season, with Clemson coming off a 24-14 win over Boston College and a well rested Seminoles returns to action for the first time since their thumping 63-0 win over Maryland on Oct. 5.

Untouched No. 1 Alabama (6-0, 3-0 SEC) will face fellow Southeastern Conference rivals Arkansas (3-4, 0-3 SEC) at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

The Crimson Tide have been putting up big numbers in their previous games, including scoring 45 or more points in the last two games, but head coach Nick Saban believes his team can still improve in certain areas.

Victory against Kentucky was easy last Saturday, especially when you look at the 48-7 final score.

However, Saban still see room to improve.

“I don’t think that we’ve played our best game by any stretch of the imagination,” he said. “I think there’s a lot of things that we can improve on.”

Arkansas, after winning its opening three games of the season, is now on a four game losing streaking and entertain Saturday’s contest wanting to quickly forget about the 52-7 loss to No. 11 South Carolina last Saturday.

Still, Saban his players not to get caught up in that score and warned that the Razorbacks could turn out to be their toughest test thus far.

“This is certainly going to be our biggest test in terms of the some of the challenges they present to us,” Saban said of the fixture.

The defeat last week saw Arkansas matching its longest losing streak under head coach Bret Bielema and he wants his players to keep on fighting to end this bad streak.

In fact, he’s called on everyone to step up.

“When adversity strikes, you don’t try and fight it alone,” Bielema said. “You fight it together, and I think that’s the part that we’ve got to rally around.”

He added: “Everybody’s got to step up a little bit better, starting with me as a head coach and all our assistants. That’s the No. 1 thing plaguing our program right now.”

No. 2 Oregon (6-0, 3-0 Pac-12), staying on the heals of Alabama and waiting for a slip up, will entertain Washington State (4-3, 2-2 Pac-12), a week after hammering the then-No. 16 Washington Huskies 45-24 on the road.

Elsewhere, on Saturday, No. 4 Ohio State (6-0, 2-0 Big Ten) return against Iowa (4-2, 1-1 Big Ten) at Ohio Stadium. The Buckeyes last played on Oct. 5 where they battle to a 40-30 victory over Northwestern.

In more action No. 6 LSU are at Ole Miss, No. 9 UCLA travel to face the No. 13 Stanford, who will be looking to rebound from 27-21 shocking defeat to Utah last week, No. 7 Texas A&M is expected to face a very strong and determined No. 24 Auburn, while No. 11 South Carolina are at Tennessee, searching for more positive results.

Saturday, October 19 – NCAAF LIVE
LIVE TV Channels and Streams

TIME (ET) MATCHUP TV
12:00 PM No. 11 South Carolina at Tennessee ESPN2, WatchESPN
12:00 PM No. 15 Georgia at Vanderbilt CBS
12:00 PM No. 16 Texas Tech at West Virginia FOX Sports 1
12:00 PM TCU at No. 21 Oklahoma State FOX
12:00 PM Minnesota at Northwestern ESPN2, WatchESPN
12:00 PM Purdue at Michigan State BTN
12:00 PM Southern Miss at East Carolina
12:00 PM Southern Methodist at Memphis ESPN3
12:00 PM Connecticut at Cincinnati ESPNU, WatchESPN
12:00 PM Navy at Toledo ESPNEWS, WatchESPN
12:21 PM No. 22 Florida at No. 14 Missouri ESPN3
12:30 PM Syracuse at Georgia Tech ESPN3
1:00 PM Akron at Miami (OH) ESPN3
1:00 PM Army at Temple ESPN3
1:00 PM Ohio at Eastern Michigan ESPN3
2:00 PM Charleston Southern at Colorado
2:00 PM Ball State at Western Michigan ESPN3
2:00 PM Colorado State at Wyoming
3:00 PM No. 23 Northern Illinois at Central Michigan ESPN3
3:00 PM Kent State at South Alabama ESPN3
3:30 PM Iowa at No. 4 Ohio State ABCESPN2, WatchESPN
3:30 PM No. 24 Auburn at No. 7 Texas A&M CBS
3:30 PM No. 9 UCLA at No. 13 Stanford ABCESPN2, WatchESPN
3:30 PM No. 18 Oklahoma at Kansas ESPN, WatchESPN
3:30 PM Indiana at Michigan BTN
3:30 PM Maryland at Wake Forest ESPNU, WatchESPN
3:30 PM Brigham Young at Houston ESPNEWS, WatchESPN
3:30 PM Duke at Virginia ESPN3
3:30 PM Massachusetts at Buffalo ESPN3
3:30 PM North Texas at Louisiana Tech CBS Sports Network
6:00 PM No. 20 Washington at Arizona State Pac-12 Network
7:00 PM Arkansas at No. 1 Alabama ESPN, WatchESPN
7:00 PM No. 6 LSU at Ole Miss ESPN2, WatchESPN
7:00 PM Iowa State at No. 12 Baylor ESPNU, WatchESPN
7:00 PM Old Dominion at Pittsburgh ESPN3
7:00 PM Georgia State at Texas State ESPN3
7:30 PM USC at Notre Dame NBC
8:00 PM No. 5 Florida State at No. 3 Clemson
8:00 PM No. 25 Wisconsin at Illinois BTN
8:00 PM Nevada at Boise State CBS Sports Network
8:00 PM Rice at New Mexico State ESPN3
9:00 PM Utah State at New Mexico
10:00 PM Washington State at No. 2 Oregon FOX Sports 1
10:00 PM UNLV at No. 17 Fresno State
10:00 PM Utah at Arizona Pac-12 Network 
10:30 PM Oregon State at California ESPN2, WatchESPN

KOBY FRANZ | Staff Writer

Kobe Franz is a huge sports fan, but loves the Oklahoma City Thunder and the rivalry between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Franz also enjoys spending time with his family.

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