College Football, Week 12: Top 25 TV schedule

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It’s time for another busy weekend of college football action and Saturday’s slate of top 25 games features a handful of important matchups across the nation that will have bowl game and potentially College Football Playoff implications.

The Big 12 will be featured in primetime thanks to a top ten meeting between Oklahoma and West Virginia which will help to determine the conference champion. In the SEC, rivals LSU and Florida finally go head-to-head, after being forced to delay the game earlier in the season due to Hurricane Matthew.

Across the country in the Pac-12, a surprising Colorado team looks to keep their magic going against another one of the nation’s top surprises, Washington State.

When and where does your favorite team play today?

The full TV schedule for Saturday’s games featuring teams in the top 25 can be seen below:

  • (1) Alabama vs. Chattanooga, 7:00 PM, ESPN2
  • (2) Ohio State at Michigan State, Noon, ESPN
  • (4) Michigan vs. Indiana, 3:30 PM, ESPN
  • (5) Clemson at Wake Forest, 7:00 PM, ESPN
  • (6) Wisconsin at Purdue, Noon, ABC
  • (7) Washington vs. Arizona State, 7:30 PM, FOX
  • (8) Oklahoma at (9) West Virginia, 8:00 PM, ABC
  • (10) Penn State at Rutgers, 8:00 PM, BTN
  • (11) Utah vs. Oregon, 2:00 PM
  • (12) Colorado vs. (20) Washington State, 3:30 PM, FOX
  • (13) Oklahoma State at TCU, Noon, FS1
  • (14) LSU vs. (18) Florida, 1:00 PM, SECN
  • (15) Florida State at Syracuse, 3:30 PM, ABC/ESPN2
  • (16) Auburn vs. Alabama A&M, 7:30 PM, SECN
  • (17) Nebraska vs. Maryland, Noon, ESPN
  • (19) USC at UCLA, 10:30 PM, ESPN
  • (21) Western Michigan vs. Buffalo, 3:30 PM, ESPNU
  • (22) Texas A&M vs. Texas San Antonio, Noon, ESPNU
  • (23) Boise State vs. UNLV, 9:00 PM, ESPN2
  • (24) North Carolina vs. Citadel, 3:30 PM, ACCN
  • (25) San Diego State at Wyoming, 3:30 PM, CBSSN

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