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College football, Week 4 TV schedule and viewing information

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Week 4 of the college football season kicks off on Thursday night with an ACC matchup between the No. 5 Clemson Tigers and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field in Atlanta.

The action continues on Friday when No. 4 Utah goes head-to-head with the struggling USC Trojans, before we enter a full slate of games on Saturday afternoon.

When and where does your favorite team play this weekend?

The full television schedule for Week 4 of college football can be seen below:

Thursday, Sept. 22

Time (ET) Game TV
7:30 Georgia Tech vs. No. 5 Clemson ESPN

Friday, Sept. 23

Time (ET) Game TV
7:30 Eastern Michigan vs. Wyoming CBS Sports Network
8 SMU vs. TCU ESPN
9 No. 24 Utah vs. USC Fox Sports 1

Saturday, Sept. 24

Time (ET) Game TV
Noon Maine vs. James Madison Comcast SportsNet Plus
Noon Iowa State vs. San Jose State MASN2
Noon No. 23 Ole Miss vs. No. 12 Georgia ESPN
Noon Rutgers vs. Iowa ESPN2
Noon Minnesota vs. Colorado State ESPNU
Noon Purdue vs. Nevada ESPNews
Noon No. 1 Alabama vs. Kent State SEC Network
Noon South Florida vs. No. 13 Florida State ABC
Noon No. 8 Michigan State vs. No. 11 Wisconsin Big Ten Network
12:30 Virginia Tech vs. East Carolina ACC Network
12:30 Virginia vs. Central Michigan Comcast SportsNet
1 Connecticut vs. Syracuse CBS Sports Network
3:30 Richmond vs. Colgate Comcast SportsNet Plus
3:30 West Virginia vs. BYU ESPN2
3:30 Cincinnati vs. Miami (Ohio) ESPNews
3:30 North Carolina vs. Pittsburgh ESPNU
3:30 Notre Dame vs. Duke NBC
3:30 No. 14 Tennessee vs. No. 19 Florida CBS
3:30 No. 4 Michigan vs. Penn State ABC
3:30 Oregon State vs. Boise State Fox Sports 1
3:30 Indiana vs. Wake Forest Big Ten Network
4 Missouri vs. Delaware State SEC Network
4:30 Western Kentucky vs. Vanderbilt CBS Sports Network
5:30 Oregon vs. Colorado Pac-12 Network
6 Auburn vs. No. 18 LSU ESPN
7 William & Mary vs. Elon Comcast SportsNet Plus
7 Texas State vs. No. 6 Houston ESPNU
7:30 Northwestern vs. No. 20 Nebraska Big Ten Network
7:30 No. 16 Baylor vs. Oklahoma State Fox
7:30 Kentucky vs. South Carolina SEC Network
8 UCLA vs. No. 7 Stanford ABC
8 Marshall vs. No. 3 Louisville CBS Sports Network
8 Memphis vs. Bowling Green ESPNews
9 No. 10 Texas A&M vs. No. 17 Arkansas ESPN
10 Arizona State vs. California ESPN2
10:15 Utah State vs. Air Force ESPNU
10:30 Arizona vs. No. 9 Washington Pac-12 Network

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