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College Football Games on TV Today (Friday, Nov. 29)

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College Football Games on TV Today (Friday, Nov. 29)

The final weekend of the college football regular season gets started on Friday, Nov. 29. Plenty will be on the line across the country as Rivalry Week kicks into high gear on Black Friday.

So if you're wondering "What college football games are on today?" know this: There are 15 involving FBS teams scheduled for today, Friday, Nov. 29.

Note: Games are ordered by start time. All times are ET.

Best College Football Games on TV Today

Virginia Tech at Virginia, 12 p.m. on ABC

This year it's more than just the Commonwealth Cup on the line when the Hokies face the Cavaliers. The winner also claims the ACC Coastal and will advance to play Clemson in the conference championship game in Charlotte on Dec. 7. The game is in Charlottesville giving UVA even more incentive to end Virginia Tech's 15-game winning streak.

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Iowa at Nebraska, 2:30 p.m. on BTN

Hawkeyes have claimed the Heroes Trophy four straight years and the Cornhuskers need a victory to become bowl eligible. What more needs to be said?

Cincinnati at Memphis, 3:30 p.m. on ABC

A Tigers win would automatically trigger a rematch in the AAC Championship Game next Saturday. (A Memphis loss and Navy win over Houston would give the Midshipmen the West Division title.) Whichever team wins, they will be in the driver's seat for the Group of 5's New Year's Six bid entering Championship Week. Regardless, it should be a good game between top-20 teams.

Washington State at Washington, 4 p.m. on FOX

Bowl eligibility is secure for both the Cougars and Huskies, although a win would improve each team's postseason destination. More importantly, Washington has won six straight Apple Cups and the loser of this game shares the cellar of the Pac-12 North with Stanford.

South Florida at UCF, 8 p.m. on ESPN

The Knights have won each of the past editions of the "War on I-4." The stakes are lower for UCF this year but you know USF would still love nothing more than to add another tally to the Knights' loss column. At 4-7 this also serves as the Bulls' bowl game (and could determine the fate of head coach Charlie Strong).

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