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College Football Week 8 How To Watch: TV Schedule, Game Times, Channel Listing

Because you can never have too much college football.

Spruce Derden-USA TODAY Sports

Does it bother anyone else that it's already Week 8 of the college football season? This fall has been flying by much too quickly and I'm already fearing the first Saturday when I can't gorge on college football games all day. Thankfully that day is not yet here, and we still have plenty of viewing options. Week 8 isn't as jam packed with top match ups as the past 2 weekends, but that would be hard to do. Let's break it down...

Obviously during the 11am timeslot your attention will be on Purdue at Minnesota on BTN. But if you're looking for a game to flip to during commercials, I'd recommend Kansas State at Oklahoma on ESPN. Also, I'd like to extend my deepest sympathies to wildcat00 for the hassle this timeslot is causing. By far, KState/OU is the best early game. However, if you're a fan of high powered offense and lots of points, I would also suggest you consider Baylor at West Virginia on Fox Sports 1.

The first feature game of the afternoon is Texas A&M at Alabama. Although to be honest, I really have no desire to watch either team play while Gary Danielson prattles on in the background (2:30PM, CBS). I'd recommend watching something else before you settle in for Okie State at TCU on Fox Sports 1 (3PM). After that you've got MSU/Indiana (2:30, ESPN) or Georgia/Arkansas (3PM, SECN). Maybe Indiana will make that interesting?

Night games? Well I only see 3. Nebraska heads to Northwestern and I'm sure you've all got your reasons for caring about that one (6:30PM, BTN). Notre Dame at FSU is the big headliner for the night on ABC (7PM). And if you like staying up late, be sure to check in on Stanford at Arizona State on ESPN. These 9:30 PAC-12 games have been exciting recently.

Fri, Oct 17, 2014

Time (CT)


Fresno State @ Boise State 7:00 PM ESPN
Temple @ Houston 8:00 PM ESPNU

Sat, Oct 18, 2014

Time (CT)


Iowa @ Maryland 11:00 AM ESPN2
Furman @ South Carolina 11:00 AM SECN
Syracuse @ Wake Forest 11:00 AM ESPN3/ESPNGP
(4) Baylor @ West Virginia 11:00 AM FS1
Purdue @ Minnesota 11:00 AM Big Ten Network
(14) Kansas State @ (11) Oklahoma 11:00 AM ESPN
Western Kentucky @ Florida Atlantic 11:00 AM AMSN
Texas-San Antonio @ Louisiana Tech 11:00 AM FSN
Tulane @ UCF 11:00 AM ESPNU
South Florida @ Tulsa 11:00 AM ESNN
Virginia @ Duke 11:30 AM ESPN3/ESPNGP
Western Michigan @ Bowling Green 1:00 PM ESPN3/ESPNGP
Akron @ Ohio 1:00 PM ESPN3
Eastern Michigan @ Massachusetts 2:00 PM ESPN3
Appalachian State @ Troy 2:00 PM ESPN3
(24) Clemson @ Boston College 2:30 PM ESPNU
(8) Michigan State @ Indiana 2:30 PM ESPN
Army @ Kent State 2:30 PM ESPN3
North Carolina State @ Louisville 2:30 PM ESPN3/ESPNGP
Rutgers @ (13) Ohio State 2:30 PM ABC/ESPN2
(21) Texas A&M @ (7) Alabama 2:30 PM CBS
Kansas @ Texas Tech 2:30 PM FSN
UCLA @ California 2:30 PM ABC/ESPN2
UAB @ Middle Tennessee 2:30 PM FCS
New Mexico @ Air Force 2:30 PM ROOT
Ball State @ Central Michigan 2:30 PM ESPN3
Cincinnati @ Southern Methodist 2:30 PM CBSS
(10) Georgia @ Arkansas 3:00 PM SECN
(15) Oklahoma State @ (12) TCU 3:00 PM FS1
San Jose State @ Wyoming 3:00 PM ESPN3
Miami (OH) @ Northern Illinois 4:00 PM ESPN3
New Mexico State @ Idaho 4:00 PM ESPN3
Colorado @ (22) USC 5:00 PM PAC12
(25) Marshall @ FIU 5:00 PM
Missouri @ Florida 6:00 PM ESPN2
Georgia Tech @ North Carolina 6:00 PM ESPNU
Tennessee @ (3) Mississippi 6:00 PM ESPN
Southern Miss @ North Texas 6:00 PM AMSN
Utah State @ Colorado State 6:00 PM CBSS
Kentucky @ LSU 6:30 PM SECN
(19) Nebraska @ Northwestern 6:30 PM BTN
Georgia State @ South Alabama 6:30 PM ESPN3
(5) Notre Dame @ (2) Florida State 7:00 PM ABC
Iowa State @ Texas 7:00 PM LGHN
Washington @ (9) Oregon 7:00 PM FS1
Nevada @ Brigham Young 9:15 PM ESPN2
(23) Stanford @ (17) Arizona State 9:30 PM ESPN
Hawaii @ San Diego State 9:30 PM CBSS