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College Football Games on TV Today (Saturday, Nov. 7)

College Football Games on TV Today

College Football Games on TV Today (Saturday, Nov. 7)

Some of the most anticipated matchups of the 2020 college football season will take place on Saturday, Nov. 7. Week 10 is highlighted by the annual Florida-Georgia clash in Jacksonville as well as the huge showdown in the ACC between Clemson and Notre Dame. The Pac-12 finally kicks off its season and several other conferences have critical matchups on tap. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has definitely left its mark on this week's schedule, as 10 games this week alone have been canceled or postponed, including Purdue-Wisconsin, Washington-California, Arizona-Utah, and Air Force-Army. But there are still plenty of intriguing games left on the slate.

So if you're wondering "What college football games are on today?" know this: There are 38 involving FBS teams scheduled for today, Saturday, Nov. 7.

Note: All times are ET. Times and broadcast outlets are subject to change.

Best College Football Games on TV Today

No. 23 Michigan at No. 13 Indiana, 12 p.m. on FS1

Indiana is on a roll, starting off 2-0 in Big Ten play for the first time in nearly 30 years. Michigan comes into this one reeling after losing to Michigan State in the Big House last week. Can the Wolverines regroup or will the Hoosiers finally snap their 24-game losing streak to the Maize and Blue?

Arizona State at No. 20 USC, 12 p.m. on FOX

The Pac-12 is finally back and will get off to an early start with Arizona State and USC kicking things off out in Los Angeles at 9 a.m local time. These two teams are considered the favorites to win the South Division and with only six games on the schedule, this could be the one that decides it. The quarterback matchup between Jayden Daniels and Kedon Slovis also should be fun to watch.

No. 8 Florida vs. No. 5 Georgia (Jacksonville, Fla.), 3:30 p.m. on CBS

The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party won't have near the same atmosphere with only 18,000 fans set to be in attendance at TIAA Bank Field, but that doesn't change what's at stake for Florida and Georgia. Both teams have one loss, so this game could decide the winner of the SEC East while the loser will have to win out to have any shot at New Year's Six bowl. Besides the rivalry aspect, this game also should be your classic offense vs. defense matchup, although the Bulldogs' D is pretty beat up right now.

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Houston at No. 6 Cincinnati, 3:30 p.m. on ABC

Cincinnati is in the driver's seat in both the AAC and for the Group of 5 New Year's Six bid right now but Houston could change that with a win on Saturday. The Bearcats have been led by their defense but the Cougars' offense presents the stiffest challenge for them yet.

No. 14 Oklahoma State at Kansas State, 4 p.m. on FOX

Both teams are coming off of losses but remain in the hunt for a spot in the Big 12 Championship Game. Kansas State has a game in hand over Oklahoma State so a victory on Saturday would be quite the confidence builder while the Cowboys can't afford a second straight loss, especially with Oklahoma next on their docket.

No. 1 Clemson at No. 4 Notre Dame, 7:30 p.m. on NBC

Even with no Trevor Lawrence, this is a huge game, and thanks to the unusual circumstances, it's also the biggest the ACC has had in years. There's a really good chance these two teams will meet again in Charlotte in a little more than a month, but Saturday is a chance for both to make a statement, particularly to the College Football Playoff Selection Committee. It's a shame Lawrence won't be playing, but D.J. Uiagalelei showed what he can do last week and Clemson has plenty of other talented players. For Notre Dame, it's yet another opportunity to show that the Irish are worthy of their lofty ranking.

Stanford at No. 12 Oregon, 7:30 p.m. on ABC

The Pac-12 North race will heat up right away when Stanford comes to Autzen Stadium to face Oregon. The Ducks are the defending Pac-12 champs but have been hit hard by opt-outs and will be breaking in a new quarterback and offensive coordinator. The Cardinal are trying to bounce back from their first losing season in more than a decade and would like nothing more than to start that with a W in Eugene.

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