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College Football Games on TV Today (Saturday, Sept. 26)

College Football Games on TV Today

College Football Games on TV Today (Saturday, Sept. 26)

Week 4 of the 2020 college football season signals the return of the SEC among the games on tap for Saturday, Sept. 26. The SEC enters the fray with a bang, and the Big 12 also begins conference play. A few other teams will make their delayed debuts as COVID-19 continues to leave its mark on this season. Four more games, including Notre Dame at Wake Forest, were postponed earlier this week.

So if you're wondering "What college football games are on today?" know this: There are 29 involving FBS teams scheduled for today, Saturday, Sept. 26.

Note: All times are ET.

Best College Football Games on TV Today

Kansas State at Oklahoma, 12 p.m. on FOX

The Sooners haven't forgotten about what happened the last time they faced the Wildcats. Kansas State could use another big win over OU after dropping its opener at home to Arkansas State.

Florida at Ole Miss, 12 p.m. on ESPN

Lane Kiffin makes his Rebels debut at home against the Gators, a team many are picking to not only win the SEC East but also make it to the College Football Playoff. Can the Lane Train derail Florida's season right out of the gate?

Kentucky at Auburn, 12 p.m. on SEC Network

The Wildcats could be a sneaky contender in the SEC East, so this is a good barometer for Mark Stoops' team. The Tigers are starting over in many ways on both sides of the ball, and quarterback Bo Nix is hoping to take a major step forward under head coach Gus Malzahn and new offensive coordinator Chad Morris.

Iowa State at TCU, 1:30 p.m. on FS1

The Cyclones were stunned at home in their opener two weeks ago by Louisiana. The Horned Frogs haven't played yet, but they no doubt would love to drop Iowa State to 0-2.

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Mississippi State at LSU, 3:30 p.m. on CBS

Mike Leach's introduction to the SEC has his Bulldogs in Death Valley to face the defending national champions. Yes, this Tigers team looks vastly different from the one that went 15-0 in dominating fashion last season, but Ed Orgeron still has a ton of talent on his roster, and the last thing LSU wants to do is start off its title defense with a loss at home.

West Virginia at Oklahoma State, 3:30 p.m. on ABC

The Mountaineers could be catching the Cowboys at the right time. Oklahoma State struggled to beat Tulsa at home last Saturday and quarterback Spencer Sanders' status is uncertain because of the ankle injury he suffered. West Virginia wasn't really tested by FCS member Eastern Kentucky two weeks ago, but Neal Brown's team could make a huge statement with a win in Stillwater.

Alabama at Missouri, 7 p.m. on ESPN

No one is really expecting this game to be that competitive but people are curious to see how the Crimson Tide look after another mass exodus of talent to the NFL. On the other side, the Tigers are starting over under new head coach Eli Drinkwitz.

Florida State at Miami, 7:30 p.m. on ABC

Mike Norvell is going to miss his first taste of the Seminoles-Hurricanes rivalry because of COVID-19, but Florida State faces a tall task going up against a Miami team that was impressive in its road win at Louisville last Saturday. The 'Noles know they have to play better than they did last week in their loss to Georgia Tech if they want to slow down D'Eriq King and the Canes' new-look offense.

Tennessee at South Carolina, 7:30 p.m. on SEC Network

The Volunteers look to build off of last season's strong finish despite the delayed start. The Gamecocks enter what could be a make-or-break season for head coach Will Muschamp, who could use a win over a ranked team.

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