College football TV schedule for Week 9

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Who is ready for another week of college football action? A busy Week 9 kicks into full swing on Thursday night night with four games on television. It all kicks off at 7 p.m. ET when Pitt takes on No. 25 Virginia Tech.

The always exciting Appalachian State Mountaineers are also featured on Thursday night, along with some MACtion and a Pac-12 matchup between USC and Cal.

Friday night feature’s a triple-header which includes No. 22 Navy, before things really ramp up on Saturday afternoon when College GameDay gets us started in Salt Lake City for the epic clash between No. 4 Washington and No. 17 Utah.

The full schedule for Week 9 can be seen below:

All times Eastern.

Thursday, Oct. 27

Time Game TV
7 pm Pittsburgh vs. No. 25 Virginia Tech ESPN
7:30 pm Georgia Southern vs. Appalachian State ESPNU
7:30 pm Toledo vs. Ohio CBS Sports Network
10:30 pm Southern Cal vs. California ESPN

Friday, Oct. 28

Time Game TV
7 pm South Florida vs. No. 22 Navy ESPN2
8 pm Utah State vs. San Diego State CBS Sports Network
10:30 pm Fresno State vs. Air Force ESPN2

Saturday, Oct. 29

Time Game TV
Noon Georgia Tech vs. Duke ACC Network
Noon Albany vs. Elon Comcast SportsNet Plus
Noon Iowa State vs. Kansas State FOX Sports
Noon Virginia vs. No. 5 Louisville ABC/ESPN2
Noon Purdue vs. No. 24 Penn State ABC/ESPN2
Noon Michigan State vs. No. 2 Michigan ESPN
Noon Houston vs. Central Florida ESPNU
Noon East Carolina vs. Connecticut ESPNews
Noon Missouri vs. Kentucky SEC Network
Noon Central Michigan vs. Kent State CBS Sports Network
Noon Oklahoma State vs. No. 10 West Virginia Fox
Noon Illinois vs. Minnesota Big Ten Network
12:30 pm North Carolina State vs. Boston College ACC Network
3:30 pm No. 4 Washington vs. No. 17 Utah Fox Sports 1
3:30 pm Wake Forest vs. Army ACC Network/Comcast SportsNet
3:30 pm Delaware vs. Towson Comcast SportsNet
3:30 pm Florida Atlantic vs. Western Kentucky MASN
3:30 pm Texas vs. No. 8 Baylor ABC
3:30 pm Georgia vs. No. 14 Florida in Jacksonville CBS
3:30 pm Temple vs. Cincinnati CBS Sports Network
3:30 pm No. 6 Ohio State vs. Northwestern ESPN
3:30 pm TCU vs. Texas Tech ESPN2
3:30 pm Indiana vs. Maryland ESPNU
3:30 pm Mississippi State vs. Samford SEC Network
4 pm Tulane vs. SMU ESPNews
5 pm Oregon vs. Arizona State Pac-12 Network
7 pm Wyoming vs. No. 12 Boise State CBS Sports Network
7 pm No. 16 Oklahoma State vs. Kansas Fox Sports 1
7 pm Southern Mississippi vs. Marshall MASN
7 pm McNeese State vs. Abilene Christian MASN2
7 pm No. 11 Wisconsin vs. No. 7 Nebraska ESPN
7:15 pm South Carolina vs. No. 18 Tennessee ESPN2
7:15 pm Ole Miss vs. No. 15 Auburn SEC Network
7:30 pm No. 9 Texas A&M vs. New Mexico State ESPNU
8 pm No. 12 Florida State vs. No. 3 Clemson ABC
8 pm Memphis vs. Tulsa ESPNews
10:30 pm San Jose State vs. UNLV CBS Sports Network
10:45 pm Oregon State vs. Washington State ESPN2
11 pm Arizona vs. Stanford Fox Sports 1

 

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