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College Football Games on TV Today (Saturday, Nov. 6)

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College Football on TV Today

The first Saturday in November offers plenty of games for fans to choose from

Week 10 ushers in the final month of the college football regular season with a packed slate on Saturday, Nov. 6. There are critical conference games across the country, including several of the biggest rivalries, along with a handful of intriguing non-conference pairings to appease any fan.

Related: Predictions for Every College Football Game in Week 10

So if you're wondering "What college football games are on today?" know this: There are 53 involving FBS teams scheduled for today, Saturday, Nov. 6.

Note: All times are ET. The number listed next to the team is from the College Football Playoff Rankings.

Best College Football Games on TV Today

Army West Point vs. Air Force (Arlington, Texas), 11:30 a.m. on CBS
Having already beaten Navy, Air Force can wrap up the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy with a win over Army in the Lockheed Martin Commanders' Classic at Globe Life Field, home of MLB's Texas Rangers.

No. 5 Ohio State at Nebraska, 12 p.m. on FOX
Ohio State is rolling and has had its way with Nebraska in recent seasons. The hard-luck Cornhuskers have to get a few breaks to go their way at some point, don't they? 

No. 9 Wake Forest at North Carolina, 12 p.m. on ABC
The scoreboard operator figures to get a workout in this one, featuring two of the ACC's most explosive offenses (although technically it's a non-conference game). Can North Carolina hand Wake Forest its first loss of the season?

Liberty at No. 16 Ole Miss, 12 p.m. on SEC Network
Liberty head coach Hugh Freeze returns to Oxford for the first time since he resigned under pressure in the summer of 2017. This game also features two of the top dual-threat signal-callers in the country in Malik Willis and Matt Corral.

No. 11 Oklahoma State at West Virginia, 3:30 p.m. on ESPN
Oklahoma State makes the trek to Morgantown needing a win over West Virginia to stay near the top of the Big 12 standings and in shouting distance of the top four of the College Football Playoff rankings. The Mountaineers can play spoiler and take another step towards bowl eligibility.

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No. 13 Auburn at No. 14 Texas A&M, 3:30 p.m. on CBS
The only game between a pair of Top 25 teams, Auburn and Texas A&M will meet in College Station in a de facto elimination game when it comes to having a shot at challenging Alabama for the top spot in the SEC West.

LSU at No. 2 Alabama, 7 p.m. on ESPN
This is not shaping up to be the best year for this rivalry, but it's always interesting when LSU and Alabama go head-to-head on the gridiron. And you know Ed Orgeron would love nothing more than to give Nick Saban another loss on his way out.

Tennessee at No. 18 Kentucky, 7 p.m. on ESPN2
Kentucky has not won consecutive games against Tennessee in more than 40 years. The first one for the Wildcats came in Knoxville. This time they get the Volunteers at home. Tennessee can not only prevent UK from ending another streak but also improve its chances of getting to a bowl game with an upset win in Lexington.

No. 4 Oregon at Washington, 7:30 p.m. on ABC
Forget the records, these teams don't like each other, especially after Oregon snuck into the Pac-12 Championship Game because Washington couldn't play due to COVID-19 issues. The Huskies can put a dent in the Ducks' division title hopes AND College Football Playoff aspirations with a victory in Seattle.

Texas at Iowa State, 7:30 p.m. on FS1
Both teams are pretty much already out of the Big 12 Championship Game conversation, but whichever one loses in Ames will leave no doubt. Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian sure could use a signature win, especially on the road while Iowa State becomes bowl eligible with a win.

UTSA at UTEP, 10:15 p.m. on ESPN2
UTSA is undefeated and ranked No. 16 in the AP Top 25. UTEP already is bowl eligible after an impressive turnaround season but the Miners can really make things interesting in Conference USA's West Division by handing the Roadrunners their first loss.

USC at Arizona State, 10:30 p.m. on ESPN
USC has nothing to play for other than bowl eligibility and the opportunity to play spoiler. Arizona State trails Utah by a game in the Pac-12 South and is eager to snap a two-game losing streak. The last three meetings between these teams have been highly entertaining and have gone down to the wire.

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