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College Football Games on TV Today (Friday, Sept. 10)

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Week 2 of the college football season starts with four games on Friday night

Week 2 of the college football season gets started with four games on Friday, Sept. 10. One ranked team is in action while two others will try to avoid the upset bug against FCS foes.

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So if you're wondering "What college football games are on today?" know this: There are four involving FBS teams scheduled for today, Friday, Sept. 10.

Note: All times are ET.

College Football Games on TV Today

Kansas at No. 17 Coastal Carolina, 7:30 p.m. on ESPN2

This is the third straight season the Jayhawks and Chanticleers have played each other. Coastal Carolina is ranked but Kansas is coming off of a much-needed win (over FCS South Dakota) in head coach Lance Leipold's debut. Can the Jayhawks stun the Chants on their home turf?

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North Carolina A&T at Duke, 8 p.m. ACC Network

Both teams lost their openers, but the Blue Devils are probably licking their wounds a little more after falling on the road against Charlotte. The Aggies would love to add to Duke's woes but to do so will need to slow down running back Mataeo Durant, who had 255 yards and three touchdowns last week.

North Dakota at Utah State, 9 p.m. on CBSSN

Aggies are still riding high after last week's thrilling road win over Washington State but can't let their guard down against the Fighting Hawks from the FCS. A playoff quarterfinalist in the spring, North Dakota is certainly capable of busting Utah State's bubble in new head coach Blake Anderson's first home game.

UTEP at Boise State, 9:30 p.m. on FS1

The Broncos had to endure a lengthy weather delay last Thursday before running out of gas against UCF. Boise State returns home to the familiar blue turf to face a Miners team that is already 2-0 on the season.

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