College Football Schedule, 2020 Matches: What to Watch in Week 3, TV Channels, Saturday Kick-off Times


The week 3 college football schedule gives us a 12-hour feast of intriguing non-conference games and great CLA showdown to keep you entertained throughout the day.

No.18 Louisville will face No.17 Miami in the weekend’s lone ranked game. The winner of this game will set the tone for the ACC season and should be seen as one of the biggest threats to toppling Clemson from the ACC throne.

Speaking of Clemson, the top ranked Tigers will house the Citadel. Yep, it’s gonna be a blast. But let’s take a minute in mid-afternoon to appreciate Tigers quarterback Trevor Lawrence and running back Travis Etienne.

The day begins with a rescheduled state rivalry match between Tulsa and Oklahoma’s 11th state.

Let’s take a tour of the country and give us a guide for your Saturday viewing bargain. Every hour in the East

The greatest games

Tulsa at Oklahoma State No.11 – Noon, ESPN: The Cowboys begin their season in what they hope will result in a place in the Big 12 Championship Game. The trio of running back Chuba Hubbard, wide receiver Tylan Wallace and quarterback Spencer Sanders are some of the best in the country. It will be a great stage for the Pokes to show the world what they are capable of.

Syracuse at n ° 25 Pitt – noon, ACC network: The Panthers made their way with Austin Peay last week and will look to keep the momentum going at home against the Orange. Panthers quarterback Kenny Pickett looked like a star last week averaging 13.9 yards per attempt. Plus, that defense allowed 1 yard rush last week. A. Uno. Could they be a full team? We will see.

# 23 State of the Appalachians in Marshall – 3:30 p.m., CBS: Mountaineers have a legitimate outdoor chance to hold the table and push for the college football qualifiers. Across the field, they’ll face freshman appellant Grant Wells. The 6-foot-2, 210-pound player had two weeks to prepare after throwing 307 yards and four touchdowns against Eastern Kentucky two weeks ago.

# 14 UCF at Georgia Tech – 3:30 p.m., ABC: The Yellow Jackets stunned Florida state in Tallahassee, Fla. Last week behind real freshman caller Jeff Sims. They will face a team of knights that will open their season in what they hope will be a college football playoff race. If you want a quarterback battle, Sims vs. Dillon Gabriel should be fun.

No.17 Miami (FL) au No.18 Louisville – 19h30, ABC: The flagship game of the day is Saturday night in Louisville, Kentucky. The Cardinals are led by quarterback Micale Cunningham and a group of wide-receiving all-stars, while the Hurricanes could unleash more offense in Game 2 of the D’Eriq King era.

Other great games

South Florida at No. 7 Notre Dame – 14h30, USA Network: The best way to describe the Fighting Irish victory over Duke last weekend was that it was “slow”. Quarterback Ian Book couldn’t get into a rhythm, receivers struggled and they didn’t look like a real CFP contender. The same can be said for the Bulls, who shipped from the Citadel in a rather ugly fashion last weekend.

La Citadelle at n ° 1 Clemson – 4 p.m., ACC network: Take a look at Lawrence and Etienne early, as they’ll be out of there soon. However, the reason this game is included is because of the year of free eligibility. Watch what the backups do… because teams need depth to win the national title.

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