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Today’s College Football Schedule: TV Channels, Start Times for Each Top 25 Game of Week 9



A couple of relatively low-key soccer weekends have resulted in an excellent Week 9 slate, including two massive meetings between the Big Ten East teams.

The biggest game of the week is the rivalry matchup between No. 6 Michigan and No. 8 Michigan State in East Lansing. Both teams are 7-0, making this meeting the first time in series history that these teams have met undefeated. Just another layer of what is already a massive game loaded with Big Ten championship implications and college football playoffs.

Saturday’s meeting will be the biggest test for each team so far in 2021. The biggest players in Saturday’s game will be Spartans running back Kenneth Gainwell III, who ranks second nationally with 997 rushing yards plus nine. ground touchdowns. Wolverines quarterback Cade McNamara (92 of 146 passes, 1,115 yards, five touchdowns to one interception) will also need a good performance.

Both defenses rank in the top 20 in points allowed: Michigan is second with 14.3 points per game, while Michigan State is 19th at 18.7. They will make it difficult for opposing offensives, so it is imperative that neither becomes one-dimensional.

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On the other hand, the No. 20 from Penn State will travel to the No. 5 from Ohio State looking to avoid a third consecutive loss. The Nittany Lions struggled on offense in their last two games, including with quarterback Sean Clifford throwing the ball. By contrast, Ohio State’s CJ Stroud has come off a relatively slow start, throwing for 14 touchdowns and zero interceptions in his last three games. The only thing Penn State has going for it, other than a pretty solid defense, is a nothing to lose mentality, considering they are out of the championship contention.

The SEC also has a couple of great offers, mostly in the match between No. 10 Ole Miss and No. 18 Auburn. Matt Corral will be looking to maintain his position near the top of the Heisman Trophy odds against an Auburn team that has rallied for some big wins in recent weeks. And you can’t forget the neutral-site rivalry showdown between No. 1 Georgia and Florida in Jacksonville, Florida.

Sporting News breaks down how to watch those games and more in Week 9. Here’s everything you need to know:

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College football schedule today

Here are all the college football games from Week 9 involving the top 25 teams:

(All nationally streamed games are in bold)

Thursday October 28

PlayTime (ET)television channel
Troy at No. 24 off the Carolina coast7:30 pmESPN2, fuboTV

Saturday October 30

PlayTime (ET)television channel
No. 2 Cincinnati at TulaneNoonESPN2, fuboTV
No. 6 Michigan at No. 8 Michigan StateNoonFox, fuboTV
No. 9 Iowa in WisconsinNoonESPN, fuboTV
Texas at No. 16 BaylorNoonABC, fuboTV
Miami at No. 17 PittNoonACC network, fuboTV
No. 22 State of Iowa in West Virginia2 pmBig 12 / ESPN +
No. 1 Georgia in Florida3:30 pmCBS, fuboTV
Texas Tech at No. 4 Oklahoma3:30 pmABC, fuboTV
Colorado at No. 7 in Oregon3:30 pmFox, fuboTV
Duke at No. 13 Wake Forest4 pmACCN, fuboTV
No. 10 Ole Miss at No. 18 Auburn7 pmESPN, fuboTV
No. 12 Kentucky in the state of Mississippi7 pmSEC network, fuboTV
Kansas at No. 15 in Oklahoma State7 pmFox Sports 1, fuboTV
No. 19 SMU in Houston7 pmESPN2, fuboTV
No. 20 Penn State at No. 5 Ohio State7:30 pmABC, fuboTV
North Carolina at No. Notre Dame 117:30 pmNBC, peacock fuboTV
Virginia at No. 25 BYU10:15 pmESPN2, fuboTV
Fresno State at No. 21 San Diego State10:30 pmCBS Sports Network, fuboTV

MORE: College Football Picks, Predictions Against The Spread For Every Week 9 Top 25 Game

How to watch, stream live college football games

Fifteen games involving a classified team will be broadcast on national television in Week 9. Those games will appear on Fox, Fox Sports 1, CBS, CBS Sports Network, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 and NBC. Live streaming options include the ESPN app, Fox.com, ESPN +, Paramount +, Peacock or fuboTV, offering a free seven-day trial.

College Football Week 9 Results

Thursday October 28

Play
Troy at No. 24 off the Carolina coast

Saturday October 30

Play
No. 2 Cincinnati at Tulane
No. 6 Michigan at No. 8 Michigan State
No. 9 Iowa in Wisconsin
Texas at No. 16 Baylor
Miami at No. 17 Pitt
No. 22 State of Iowa in West Virginia
No. 1 Georgia in Florida
Texas Tech at No. 4 Oklahoma
Colorado at No. 7 in Oregon
Duke at No. 13 Wake Forest
No. 10 Ole Miss at No. 18 Auburn
No. 12 Kentucky in the state of Mississippi
Kansas at No. 15 in Oklahoma State
No. 19 SMU in Houston
No. 20 Penn State at No. 5 Ohio State
North Carolina at No. Notre Dame 11
Virginia at No. 25 BYU
Fresno State at No. 21 San Diego State




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