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College Football Viewing Party: Week Two (9/10/16)

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It's Saturday, so that's college football time. Find out who's playing who and when before talking about the action all day in our thread below.

I remember when this guy was supposed a big deal. I hope he becomes a big deal again.
I remember when this guy was supposed a big deal. I hope he becomes a big deal again.
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I don't watch college football. I didn't go to any of these schools, so I have zero rooting interest, and I can't spend two entire days watching football and ignoring the world.  I can only spend one entire day watching football and ignoring the world.

College football looks like fun, though. If that is how you are going to enjoy your Saturday, do it in the open thread below. Here are the games you have available today.

All times Central.

Time

Time Game TV
11 am
Boston College vs. Massachusetts (Foxborough, MA). Comcast SportsNet Plus (in D.C. area)
11 am No. 5 Michigan vs. Central Florida ABC
11 am Pittsburgh vs. Penn State ESPN
11 am Nebraska vs. Wyoming ESPN2
11 am East Carolina vs. North Carolina State ESPNU
11 am Minnesota vs. Indiana State ESPNews
11 am No. 9 Georgia vs. Nicholls State SEC Network
11 am No. 20 Texas A&M vs. Prairie View SEC Network
11 am No. 22 Oklahoma State vs. Central Michigan Fox Sports 1
11 am Purdue vs. Cincinnati Big Ten Network
11 am Rutgers vs. Howard Big Ten Network
11 am Army vs. Rice CBS Sports Network
11:30 am No. 2 Clemson vs. Troy WDCA-20 (in D.C. area)/ACC Network (elsewhere)
11:30 am No. 3 Florida State vs. Charleston Southern Comcast SportsNet (in D.C. area)/ACC Network (elsewhere)
1:00 pm USC vs. Utah State Pac-12 Network
1:30 pm Kansas vs. Ohio MASN2 (in D.C. area)
2:30 pm Appalachian State vs. Old Dominion Comcast SportsNet Plus (in D.C. area)
2:30 pm Navy vs. Connecticut CBS Sports Network
2:30 pm Northwestern vs. Illinois State Big Ten Network
2:30 pm No. 10 Wisconsin vs. Akron Big Ten Network
2:30 pm No. 4 Ohio State vs. Tulsa ABC
2:30 pm No. 1 Alabama vs. Western Kentucky ESPN2
2:30 pm Duke vs. Wake Forest ESPNU
2:30 pm No. 18 Notre Dame vs. Nevada NBC
2:30 pm Florida vs. Kentucky CBS
2:30 pm No. 23 Baylor vs. SMU Fox Sports 1
3 pm No. 19 Ole Miss vs. Wofford SEC Network
3 pm Vanderbilt vs. Middle Tennessee SEC Network
3 pm Indiana vs. Ball State ESPNews
4 pm No. 8 Washington vs. Idaho Pac-12 Network
5 pm Richmond vs. Norfolk State Comcast SportsNet (in D.C. area)
6 pm No. 15 TCU vs. Arkansas ESPN
6 pm Mississippi State vs. South Carolina ESPN2
6 pm No. 11 Texas vs. UTEP Longhorn Network
6 pm South Florida vs. Northern Illinois CBS Sports Network
6:30 pm Utah vs. BYU Fox
6:30 pm No. 21 LSU vs. Jacksonville State ESPNU
6:30 pm Auburn vs. Arkansas State SEC Network
6:30 pm Missouri vs. Eastern Michigan SEC Network
6:30 pm No. 16 Iowa vs. Iowa State Big Ten Network
6:30 pm Illinois vs. North Carolina Big Ten Network
7 pm No. 17 Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech in Bristol, Tenn. ABC
7 pm UCLA vs. UNLV Pac-12 Network
9 pm Arizona State vs. Texas Tech Fox Sports 1
9:15 pm Boise State vs. Washington State ESPN2
9:30 pm San Diego State vs. California CBS Sports Network
9:30 pm No. 24 Oregon vs. Virginia ESPN
9:45 pm Arizona vs. Grambling State Pac-12 Network

Happy Saturday, everyone.

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