College football schedule today: TV channels, start times for each top 25 match in week 3

Week 2 of the college football season looked dull ahead of the actual game roster, but ended up causing several large-scale upheavals. What will week 3 look like, with three meetings of the top 25 teams and the return of several historic rivalries?

The biggest game on the Saturday schedule is No.1 Alabama vs. No.11 Florida; the Gators look like the first real test for Nick Saban, Bryce Young and Co. in their first real road game of the season. The Crimson Tide appeared to be in a league of their own after two weeks, but came out flat in what was ultimately a 48-14 victory over Mercer. Florida beat USF 42-20 and saw big plays from both quarterbacks Emory Jones (14 for 22 assists, 151 yards, 1 touchdown, two interceptions; 13 carries, 81 yards, one touchdown) and Anthony Richardson (3 for 3 passes, 152 yards, two touchdowns; four carries, 115 yards, one touchdown).

Coach Dan Mullen said Richardson suffered “hamstring strain” after an 80-yard touchdown run, adding on Monday that he would be training for Alabama. The potential of a two-quarter system is something Saban will need to be prepared for.

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The other big clash is No.22 Auburn at No.10 Penn State; the teams are 1-1 all-time against each other, with the Nittany Lions winning the opener 43-14 in 1996; Auburn returned the favor in 2003, winning 13-9. Saturday’s reunion – the first in this series to take place in the regular season – could offer either team a non-conference victory, as each team aims for a college football playoff bid.

The latest top-25 clash is between No.19 Arizona State and No.23 BYU, fresh off a win over Utah. But there are other interesting clashes, including the former Big 12 rivalry between Nebraska and No.3 Oklahoma and the encounter between No.15 Virginia Tech and West Virginia. Tulane, who scared Oklahoma to start the season, will also face former SEC rival Ole Miss.

All of these games and more on the Week 3 slate. Sporting News explains how to watch them all:

MORE: College football playoff photo for Week 3: Alabama tops five levels of contenders

College football schedule today

Here’s every week 2 college football game involving the top 25 teams:

(All nationally released games in bold)

Saturday September 18

Game Time (ET) TV channel
Nebraska to No. 3 in Oklahoma Noon Fox, fuboTV
New Mexico ranked 7th Texas A&M Noon SEC network, fuboTV
# 8 Indiana in Cincinnati Noon ESPN, fuboTV
# 15 Virginia Tech in West Virginia Noon Fox Sports 1, fuboTV
No. 16 Coastal Carolina in Buffalo Noon ESPN2, fuboTV
State of Michigan at # 24 Miami Noon ABC, fuboTV
Northern Illinois at No. 25 Michigan Noon Big Ten Network, fuboTV
Purdue at No.12 Notre-Dame 2:30 p.m. NBC, fuboTV
# 1 in Alabama to # 11 in Florida 3:30 p.m. CBS, fuboTV
Kent State at No.5 in Iowa 3:30 p.m. BTN, fuboTV
Georgia Tech at No.6 Clemson 3:30 p.m. ABC, fuboTV
Tulsa at Ohio State No.9 3:30 p.m. FS1, fuboTV
Georgia Southern at # 20 in Arkansas 4:00 p.m. SECN, fuboTV
South Carolina to Georgia’s No.2 7:00 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV
Stony Brook at Oregon No.4 7:30 p.m. Pac-12 network
# 22 Auburn to # 10 Penn State 7:30 p.m. ABC, fuboTV
Virginie at No.21 North Carolina 7:30 p.m. ACC network, fuboTV
Tulane at No.17 Ole Miss 8 p.m. ESPN2, fuboTV
No. 19 Arizona State to No. 23 BYU 10:15 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV
No. 14 State of Iowa at UNLV 10:30 p.m. CBS Sports Network, fuboTV
Fresno State at # 13 UCLA 10:45 p.m. P12

How to Watch, Live Stream College Football Games

Fourteen matches involving a ranked team will be broadcast on national television during week 3. These networks are Fox, Fox Sports 1, ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, NBC, CBS and CBS Sports Network. Live streaming options include the ESPN app, Fox.com, ESPN +, Paramount + or fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

MORE: College Football Week 2 Takeaway: Oregon Shreds Ohio State; Texas falls flat

College Football Scores Week 3

Saturday September 18

Game
Nebraska to No. 3 in Oklahoma
New Mexico ranked 7th Texas A&M
# 8 Indiana in Cincinnati
# 15 Virginia Tech in West Virginia
No. 16 Coastal Carolina in Buffalo
State of Michigan at # 24 Miami
Northern Illinois at No. 25 Michigan
Purdue at No.12 Notre-Dame
# 1 in Alabama to # 11 in Florida
Kent State at No.5 in Iowa
Georgia Tech at No.6 Clemson
Tulsa at Ohio State No.9
Georgia Southern at # 20 in Arkansas
South Carolina to Georgia’s No.2
Stony Brook at Oregon No.4
# 22 Auburn to # 10 Penn State
Virginie at No.21 North Carolina
Tulane at No.17 Ole Miss
No. 19 Arizona State to No. 23 BYU
No. 14 State of Iowa at UNLV
Fresno State at # 13 UCLA
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