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College Football TV Schedule, Week 4: Game Times And Open Thread

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Week 4 of the college football schedule is here, and conference play starts to heat up this week. The Pac-12 features five games, and there are many other intriguing games nationally.

Maryland and West Virginia are the prelude to the Cougars and Buffaloes on FX, starting at 9 a.m. PT on Saturday morning. Dana Holgersen's modified Air Raid attack is always a good watch. Also, props to FX for giving that extra half-hour buffer between the games. Well done.

While you are waiting for the Cougars to start at 1 p.m., check out Oregon State traveling to UCLA at noon on either ABC or ESPN2, depending where you live. The Beavers have played just once this season, a win over Wisconsin that is looking less impressive the more the Badgers play. UCLA has rolled through their first three games, including an upset of Nebraska.

The most intriguing match-ups nationally come in the late slate of games. For West Coast fans, Arizona tries to stun the Oregon Ducks in Eugene at 7:30 p.m. on ESPN.

Be sure to check out Spencer Hall's rootability index, and let Andy Hutchins tell you what you should be watching today.

For a full TV schedule, click the jump.

Full College Football TV schedule, via gridirongold.com:

9:00 AM Mississippi at Tulane FSN

9:00 AM Lafayette at Bucknell CBSSN

9:00 AM Maryland at West Virginia FXA9:00 PM Virginia at TCU ESPN

9:00 AM UTEP at Wisconsin ESPN2

9:00 AM Bowling Green at Virginia Tech ESPNU

9:00 AM UAB at Ohio State BTN

9:00 AM Central Michigan at Iowa BTN

9:00 AM UMass at Miami (OH) ESPN Plus

9:00 AM Furman at Presbyterian CSS

9:00 New Hampshire at Old Dominion Comcast Sports Group

9:20 AM Kentucky at Florida SECN

9:30 AM Army at Wake Forest ACC

10:00 AM Yale at Cornell NBCSN

12:00 PM Miami at Georgia Tech FS South

12:30 PM Oregon State at UCLA ABC or ESPN2

12:30 PM Temple at Penn State ABC or ESPN2

12:30 PM ECU at UNC ESPNU

12:30 PM VMI at Navy CBSSN

12:30 PM Missouri at South Carolina CBS

12:30 PM Eastern Michigan at Michigan State BTN

12:30 PM Idaho State at Nebraska BTN

12:30 PM South Dakota at Northwestern BTN

12:30 PM Marshall at Rice CSS

12:30 Northern Arizona at Montana ROOT Sports

1:00 PM Colorado at Washington State FX

1:30 PM Harvard at Brown NBCSN

1:30 PM USF at Ball State ESPN Plus

3:00 PM California at USC Pac-12

4:00 PM LSU at Auburn ESPN

4:00 PM Rutgers at Arkansas ESPNU

4:00 PM South Carolina State at Texas A&M FS South

4:30 PM Michigan at Notre Dame NBC

4:30 PM Kansas at State Oklahoma FOX

4:45 PM Vanderbilt at Georgia ESPN2

5:00 PM Syracuse at Minnesota BTN

5:00 PM Louisiana Tech at Illinois BTN

5:00 PM Fresno State at Tulsa CBSSN

5:00 PM Clemson at FSU ABC

7:00 PM Utah at Arizona State Pac-12 Networks

7:30 PM Nevada at Hawaii NBCSN

7:30 PM Arizona at Oregon ESPN