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College Football Games on TV Today (Wednesday, Nov. 4)

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College Football Games on TV Today

College Football Games on TV Today (Wednesday, Nov. 4)

Week 10 of the college football season gets an early start with six games on Wednesday, Nov. 4. MACtion is back and in a big way as the Mid-American Conference kicks off its delayed 2020 season with all 12 teams in action on Wednesday night.

So if you're wondering "What college football games are on today?" know this: There are six involving FBS teams scheduled for today, Wednesday, Nov. 4.

Note: All times are ET.

College Football Games on TV Today

Eastern Michigan at Kent State, 6 p.m. ET on ESPN+

Two of the MAC's surprising teams from 2019 will kick off the '20 campaign against each other. Kent State could have one of the conference's more productive offenses but there are concerns on defense. Eastern Michigan will be breaking in a new quarterback and have some questions with their back seven on defense. This one could go down to the wire.

Western Michigan at Akron, 6 p.m. ET on ESPN3

Western Michigan is looking to bounce back from a disappointing finish to last season while Akron is hoping to snap a 17-game losing streak. The Broncos were upset by Northern Illinois in their regular-season finale, depriving them of a West Division title. WMU is motivated to make amends so don't expect them to take a Zips team that went 0-12 last season lightly.

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Buffalo at Northern Illinois, 7 p.m. ET on ESPN2

Buffalo is the favorite to win the MAC East Division while Northern Illinois is projected to finish last in the West. This just means the Huskies will be even more motivated to try and knock off the Bulls at home. NIU will have its work cut out trying to slow down this Buffalo stampede, led by running backs Jaret Patterson and Kevin Marks.

Ohio at Central Michigan, 7 p.m. ET on ESPN

Defending MAC West champion Central Michigan opens its season at home against Ohio. The Bobcats haven't won the East since 2016 but are usually in the mix under Frank Solich, the conference's all-time winningest head coach. Both teams have quarterback questions but don't lack for talent or experience elsewhere on their rosters.

Ball State at Miami (Ohio), 7 p.m. ET on CBSSN

Miami is the reigning MAC champion but the RedHawks will be missing some key pieces on offense due to injuries. Ball State boasts the conference's best QB-RB-WR trio and the Cardinals are hoping to take a step forward after going 5-7 last season.

Bowling Green at Toledo, 8 p.m. ET on ESPNU

Toledo failed to live up to high expectations last season and head coach Jason Candle shook up his coaching staff as a result. Bowling Green is looking for improvement in head coach Scot Loefler's second season and knocking off Toledo on the road would be a great start.

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