There are four games scheduled for Friday night
There are four games on Friday, Nov. 20 to help college football fans get ready for another weekend of action. Friday features matchups from the ACC, Big Ten and Mountain West, as well as a rare sighting this season — a non-conference game.
So if you're wondering "What college football games are on today?" know this: There are four involving FBS teams scheduled for today, Friday, Nov. 20.
Note: All times are ET.
College Football Games on TV Today
Syracuse at Louisville, 7 p.m. on ESPN
It's been a rough season for both of these teams, but whichever one wins on Friday night will at least get out of the ACC cellar. Syracuse has lost five in a row while Louisville has dropped two in a row, been battling COVID-19 issues, and just saw its top running back (Javian Hawkins) opt out of the rest of the season. Which team will rise to the occasion on Friday night and get a much-needed victory?
Purdue at Minnesota, 7:30 p.m. on BTN
Purdue lost a close one to Northwestern last week while Minnesota got run out of its own building by Iowa. The Golden Gophers have struggled mightily on defense while the offense has been inconsistent. Purdue has won three of its first four games without its best player (Rondale Moore) and the Boliermakers need a win if they want to keep any hopes of a Big Ten West title alive.
UMass at Florida Atlantic, 8 p.m. on CBSSN
This game wasn't even put together until a couple of weeks ago as both UMass and Florida Atlantic have seen their schedules impacted one way or another by the coronavirus. Despite the many interruptions, the Owls are 4-1 under first-year head coach Willie Taggart, while the Minutemen continue to struggle and have given up 92 points in the first two games.
New Mexico at Air Force, 9:30 p.m. on FS1
New Mexico had to move its entire football operation to Las Vegas because of the coronavirus while Air Force last played on Halloween because of COVID-19-related issues. The Lobos are still looking for their first win under rookie head coach Danny Gonzales while the Falcons haven't won since their season opener. Something has to give on Friday night in Colorado Springs.