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College Football Week 4 2020 Schedule

Complete Week 4 schedule for the 2020 college football season
College Football Week 4 2020 Schedule

College football's 2020 season is underway, and action is set to continue into Week 4 with a full slate of matchups. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Week 4 slate is lighter than usual. However, the schedule is a little deeper this week, as the SEC officially starts its 2020 season. Week 4 features 34 matchups, and the action begins on Thursday night with UAB visiting South Alabama. Middle Tennessee travels to take on UTSA in the only Friday matchup for Week 4.

College Fantasy Football: Week 4 DFS Picks Saturday (Sept. 26) Games

Let our fantasy experts help you pick a great college fantasy football lineup
College Fantasy Football: Week 4 DFS Picks Saturday (Sept. 26) Games

Week 4 of the 2020 college football season continues on Saturday, Sept. 26. That means it’s time to pick your optimal DraftKings college football fantasy lineup. Fortunately, our college football fantasy experts are ready to help. Players from 11 matchups are available to be selected on DraftKings for the Noon ET slate on Saturday, including Texas-Texas Tech, Georgia-Arkansas, Louisville-Pitt, Kansas State-Oklahoma and Mississippi State-LSU.

College Football Picks: Expert Predictions for Every Game in Week 4

Predictions for every FBS game in Week 4
College Football Picks: Expert Predictions for Every Game in Week 4

College football's Week 4 slate for the 2020 season features 31 games, and our NCAA experts are ready with their predictions and picks. The Week 4 action begins on Thursday, Sept. 24 with UAB visiting South Alabama. One game dots the schedule for Friday night, as UTSA hosts Middle Tennessee in a clash of Conference USA foes. Saturday's slate begins with nine games in the Noon ET window. Kansas State visits Oklahoma, Florida opens SEC play at Ole Miss, Auburn hosts Kentucky, and Louisville travels to Pitt for a key matchup in the ACC.

Big Ten Football: Best Game Every Week of the Revamped 2020 Schedule

These are the can't-miss games of what will be a different-yet-exciting season
Big Ten Football: Best Game Every Week of the Revamped 2020 Schedule

The Big Ten released its second revamped 2020 college football schedule on Saturday morning, setting the stage for an eight-game, conference-only slate due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The conference also is planning for a unique schedule on Dec. 19, where every team outside of the two division champions will play a crossover opponent to add a ninth Big Ten matchup for all 14 programs. The Big Ten's 2020 season officially begins on Oct. 24 and continues with scheduled games until Dec. 12.

College Football Rankings: Top 25 for 2020

Athlon projects the top 25 teams for 2020 after Week 3
College Football Rankings: Top 25 for 2020

Weekly college football top 25 rankings are a big part of every season, and Athlon Sports will update its top 25 following the games each weekend. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 90 teams will play this fall. Last week, the Big Ten announced its intention to play its 2020 season in late October through December. As of mid-September, the Pac-12, MAC and Mountain West won’t play a fall season and are pursuing starts later in the winter. As a result, the top 25 will look a lot different in 2020.

College Football Week 3 Awards

Athlon hands out the awards from the third week of action
College Football Week 3 Awards

With the third weekend of the 2020 season in the books, it’s time to take a look at the best of the best and honor some of the top performances. Each week, Athlon Sports will highlight some of the top performers in college football with its weekly awards section. Here’s a look at Athlon Sports’ picks for the offensive, defensive, coordinator, team and freshman from Week 3:

 

College Football Week 3 Awards

Offensive Player of the Week: Dillon Gabriel, QB, UCF

College Football Rankings: NCAAF Top 25 (After Week 3)

Ranking the top 25 teams in college football after Week 3
College Football Rankings: NCAAF Top 25 (After Week 3)

Weekly college football top 25 rankings are a big part of every season, and Athlon Sports will update its top 25 following the games each weekend. The third weekend of the 2020 season was headlined by Miami's big road win at Louisville, Oklahoma State's comeback over Tulsa, UCF's victory at Georgia Tech and Louisiana's rally in overtime to beat Georgia State. Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State and Oklahoma take the top four spots, with Florida at No. 5 and Georgia at No. 6 in the post-Week 3 top 25 rankings.

2021 NFL Draft: College Football Players Leaving Early for NFL

These college football players have declared for the 2021 NFL Draft
2021 NFL Draft: College Football Players Leaving Early for NFL

The 2021 NFL Draft is slated to take place in Cleveland, Ohio on April 29-May 1, and due to the COVID-19 pandemic, college football players are already declaring their intent to jump early to the next level. As of Friday, Sept. 18, 34 underclassmen players have already declared for the 2021 NFL Draft and will not return to college for a fall or spring season. The list of names declared features projected first-round picks in Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons, Miami defensive end Gregory Rousseau and Minnesota receiver Rashod Bateman.

College Fantasy Football: Week 3 DFS Picks Saturday (Sept. 19) Games

Let our fantasy experts help you pick a great college fantasy football lineup
College Fantasy Football: Week 3 DFS Picks Saturday (Sept. 19) Games

Week 3 of the 2020 college football season continues on Saturday, Sept. 19. That means it’s time to pick your optimal DraftKings college football fantasy lineup. Fortunately, our college football fantasy experts are ready to help. Players from 11 matchups are available to be selected on DraftKings for the Noon ET slate on Saturday, including Boston College-Duke, Georgia Tech-UCF and Syracuse-Pitt.

College Football Week 3 2020 Schedule

Complete Week 3 schedule for the 2020 college football season
College Football Week 3 2020 Schedule

College football's 2020 season is officially underway, and action is set to continue into Week 3 with a full slate of matchups. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Week 3 slate is lighter than usual. Week 3 features 21 matchups, but the schedule will get deeper with the SEC beginning play on Sept.

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