College football schedule today: TV stations, tee times to watch all NCAA games on Saturday

For the second straight year, The Game will be the biggest game of Rivalry Week, pitting No. 2 Ohio State and No. 3 Michigan in a showdown that will impact not just the Big Ten championship, but also compete on the college soccer playoff.

Both teams suffered scares in Week 12, with Michigan needing a last-second field goal against Illinois to win 19-17 and maintain their 11-0 record. Likewise, a game-ending Ohio State pick-six led to a 43-30 win over Maryland, belying the fact that the Terrapins could have won the game by touchdown.

Neither team was at full strength in Week 12, and Michigan’s potential Heisman Trophy contender Blake Corum suffered a scary knee injury just before halftime. That will do little to detract from the hype surrounding the rivalry, which features the teams’ first unbeaten clash since 2006.

The Buckeyes won that game 42-39 in Columbus – will history repeat itself, or will the Wolverines claim their second straight win of the series since 1999-2000? The latter of those seasons was also Michigan’s last win in Columbus.

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Elsewhere, No. 7 Alabama will end its regular season at the Iron Bowl against Auburn, a game that cares little about records or rankings. The Tigers (5-6) need a win to qualify for the bowl, while the Crimson Tide (9-2) are likely just playing for a better spot in the bowl.

The final meeting of the ranked opponents on Saturday will be between No. 15 Notre Dame and No. 6 USC. Marcus Freeman’s team have reacted spectacularly after starting 2-0 with Ohio State and Marshall, but can he end his first regular season by defeating the Trojans?

The Sporting News has everything you need to watch these games longer on Saturday:

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College football schedule today

Here’s every FBS game scheduled for Saturday, November 26th.

Nationally televised matches are in italics.

Match time (ET) channel
Georgia Tech at #1 Georgia Midday ESPN, fuboTV
#3 Michigan in the state #2 Ohio Midday Fuchs, fuboTV
South Carolina at No. 8 Clemson Midday ABC, fuboTV
West Virginia in the state of Oklahoma Midday ESPN2, fuboTV
Army at UMass Midday ESPN+
State of New Mexico at liberty Midday ESPN+
Rutgers in Maryland Midday Big Ten Network, fuboTV
Coastal Carolina at James Madison Midday ESPNU, fuboTV
Old Dominion in South Alabama Midday ESPN+
State of Georgia at Marshall Midday ESPN+
Western Kentucky at Florida Atlantic Midday CBSSN, fuboTV
East Carolina in the Temple 13 o’clock ESPN+
Kent State in Buffalo 13 o’clock ESPN+
Akron in northern Illinois 1:30 p.m ESPN3, fuboTV
Rice in North Texas 14 o’clock ESPN+
No. 25 Louisville in Kentucky 3 pm SEC network, fuboTV
Maroon at No. 7 Alabama 3:30 p.m CBS, fuboTV
No. 9 Oregon at No. 21 Oregon State 3:30 p.m ABC, fuboTV
Minnesota near Wisconsin 3:30 p.m ESPN, fuboTV
Memphis at SMU 3:30 p.m ESPN2, fuboTV
Troy in the state of Arkansas 3:30 p.m ESPNU, fuboTV
Wake Forest at Duke 3:30 p.m ACC network, fuboTV
Purdue in Indiana 3:30 p.m Big Ten Network, fuboTV
UAB at Louisiana Tech 3:30 p.m CBSSN, fuboTV
Illinois in the Northwest 3:30 p.m
Hawaii in the state of San Jose 3:30 p.m
UTEP at UTSA 3:30 p.m
State of Iowa at No. 4 TCU 4 p.m Fuchs, fuboTV
No. 14 Utah in Colorado 4 p.m Pac-12 network
Michigan State at Penn State No. 11 4 p.m FS1, fuboTV
Southern Miss in Louisiana-Monroe 17 o’clock ESPN+
Louisiana in the state of Texas 17 o’clock ESPN+
Nevada at UNLV 6 p.m
Appalachian State at Georgia Southern 6 p.m ESPN+
Middle Tennessee at Florida International 6 p.m ESPN3, fuboTV
#5 LSU at Texas A&M 19 o’clock ESPN, fuboTV
No. 22 UCF in South Florida 19 o’clock ESPN2, fuboTV
No. 18 Notre Dame at No. 7 USC 19:30 o’clock ABC, fuboTV
No. 10 Tennessee at Vanderbilt 19:30 o’clock SECN, fuboTV
Oklahoma at Texas Tech 19:30 o’clock FS1, fuboTV
Tulsa in Houston 19:30 o’clock ESPNU, fuboTV
Syracuse at Boston College 19:30 o’clock ESPN3, fuboTV
Kansas in the state of Kansas No. 12 8 p.m Fuchs, fuboTV
Pitt in Miami 8 p.m ACC network, fuboTV
Air Force in the state of San Diego 21 clock CBBSN, fuboTV
No. 13 Washington in Washington State 10:30 p.m ESPN, fuboTV
BYU at Stanford 23 o’clock FS1, fuboTV

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How to watch college football games live

Several games will be televised nationally on Saturday, beginning with a lunchtime schedule of games that includes the country’s biggest matchup: “The Game” between No. 2 Ohio State and No. 3 Michigan. The last game of the night kicks off at 11pm ET.

Streaming options this week include fuboTV, which offers a free trial, as well as the ESPN and Bally Sports apps, Paramount+, and conference-specific networks for the ACC, Big Ten, and SEC.

College football results week 13

Saturday 27 Nov

Match
Maroon at No. 7 Alabama
No. 14 Utah in Colorado
Michigan State at Penn State No. 11
No. 9 Oregon at No. 21 Oregon State
Kansas in the state of Kansas No. 15
No. 13 Washington in Washington State
No. 22 UCF in South Florida
BYU at Stanford
Oklahoma at Texas Tech
Illinois in the Northwest
Minnesota near Wisconsin
Purdue in Indiana
Memphis at SMU
Tulsa in Houston
Georgia Tech at #1 Georgia
#3 Michigan in the state #2 Ohio
South Carolina at No. 8 Clemson
West Virginia in the state of Oklahoma
Army at UMass
State of New Mexico at liberty
Rutgers in Maryland
Coastal Carolina at James Madison
Old Dominion in South Alabama
State of Georgia at Marshall
Western Kentucky at Florida Atlantic
East Carolina in the Temple
Kent State in Buffalo
Akron in northern Illinois
Rice in North Texas
No. 25 Louisville in Kentucky
Troy in the state of Arkansas
Wake Forest at Duke
Hawaii in the state of San Jose
UAB at Louisiana Tech
UTEP at UTSA
State of Iowa at No. 4 TCU
Southern Miss in Louisiana-Monroe
Louisiana in the state of Texas
Nevada at UNLV
Appalachian State at Georgia Southern
Middle Tennessee at Florida International
#5 LSU at Texas A&M
No. 10 Tennessee at Vanderbilt
No. 15 Notre Dame at No. 6 USC
Syracuse at Boston College
Pitt in Miami
Air Force in the state of San Diego
Virginia at Virginia Tech (cancelled)

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