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College Football Week 11: TV Schedule and games to watch

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We take a look at the college schedule and prospects to watch.

Kevin C. Cox

As the college football season draws closer to the finish line, there is still a lot left to be decided. Today features five match-ups between ranked teams. The dynamic of a four team playoff has made this season all the more interesting, as so many teams now must win out to make the cut.

Watch Notes
  • Ohio State and Michigan State square off in a Big Ten showdown. Michigan State has a twelve game home winning streak while Ohio State has an eleven game road win streak. Something's gotta give. Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio says they got a win coming..
  • No. 7 Kansas State takes on No. 6 TCU. This could turn into a shootout. Gil Brandt thinks TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin is similar to Russell Wilson but faster and taller. However, he's far from a finished product, completing just 57% of his passes on the year. Horned Frogs running back B.J. Catalon will miss the game due to an upper body injury.
  • No. 5 Alabama faces a tough test when they play in Baton Rouge against a rising No. 16 LSU team today. LSU has a stiff defense and if the Crimson Tide are to win, their star receiver Amari Cooper will have to produce. Cooper will be one of the first receivers drafted in 2015. On the year, Cooper has 71 receptions, 1,132 yards, and nine touchdowns.
  • No. 10 Notre Dame will have their hands full against No. 9 Arizona State. Arizona State wideout Jaelen Strong has been my favorite in the nation to watch this year. The 6'4" prospect has tremendous speed to go along with good hands and vertical ability. Sun Devils running back D.J. Foster is another weapon to watch. The versatile back has 708 rushing yards on the year, while also being a big threat in the passing game with 38 receptions.

What games will you be watching?

Game Schedule
TIME (ET) MATCHUP TV
12:00 PM Presbyterian at No. 11 Ole Miss
12:00 PM No. 12 Baylor at No. 15 Oklahoma FOX Sports 1
12:00 PM No. 20 Georgia at Kentucky ESPN
12:00 PM No. 25 Wisconsin at Purdue ESPNU
12:00 PM Louisiana Tech at UAB
12:00 PM UTSA at Rice
12:00 PM SMU at Tulsa CBS Sports Network
12:00 PM Penn State at Indiana BTN
12:00 PM Iowa at Minnesota ESPN2
12:30 PM No. 22 Duke at Syracuse ESPN 3
12:30 PM No. 24 Georgia Tech at North Carolina State ESPN 3
3:00 PM South Alabama at Arkansas State ESPN 3
3:00 PM Georgia State at Troy ESPN 3
3:30 PM Texas A&M at No. 3 Auburn CBS
3:30 PM No. 10 Notre Dame at No. 9 Arizona State ABC
3:30 PM No. 23 West Virginia at Texas FOX Sports 1
3:30 PM Louisiana-Monroe at Appalachian State ESPN 3
3:30 PM Connecticut vs. Army* CBS Sports Network
3:30 PM Tulane at Houston ESPNU
3:30 PM Florida International at Old Dominion
3:30 PM Michigan at Northwestern ESPN2
3:30 PM Iowa State at Kansas
4:00 PM Tennessee-Martin at No. 1 Mississippi State
4:00 PM UTEP at Western Kentucky
4:00 PM Air Force at UNLV
4:00 PM Washington State at Oregon State Pac-12 Network
4:00 PM Georgia Southern at Texas State ESPN 3
6:30 PM Virginia at No. 2 Florida State ESPN
6:30 PM Idaho at San Diego State
7:00 PM No. 18 UCLA at Washington FOX Sports 1
7:00 PM Florida Atlantic at North Texas
7:00 PM Marshall at Southern Miss
7:00 PM Boise State at New Mexico CBS Sports Network
7:00 PM Hawaii at Colorado State ESPNU
7:15 PM Louisville at Boston College ESPN2
7:30 PM No. 7 Kansas State at No. 6 TCU FOX
7:30 PM Florida at Vanderbilt
8:00 PM No. 5 Alabama at No. 16 LSU CBS
8:00 PM No. 14 Ohio State at No. 8 Michigan State ABC ESPN 3
8:00 PM Colorado at No. 19 Arizona Pac-12 Network
8:00 PM Louisiana-Lafayette at New Mexico State ESPN 3
10:00 PM No. 4 Oregon at No. 17 Utah ESPN
10:30 PM San Jose State at Fresno State CBS Sports Network