Week 9 College Football TV Schedule

Fifth-ranked Notre Dame visits eighth-ranked Oklahoma on ABC in one of the top games on the Week 9 college football TV schedule. Let’s take a look at all of the games on national TV for Week 9.

College Football TV Schedule

Tuesday, October 23rd

Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette (ESPN 2) – This is a battle for second place in the Sun Belt Conference between the Red Wolves and Ragin’ Cajuns.

Thursday, October 25th

Clemson at Wake Forest (ESPN) – The Tigers will try and avoid the upset as they visit the Demon Deacons on Thursday night.

Friday, October 26th

Cincinnati at Louisville (ESPN 2) – These two are still unbeaten in the Big East so this is a key game for both clubs.

Nevada at Air Force (CBS Sports Network) – This is actually a good matchup as both teams are 3-1 in the Mountain West.

Saturday, October 27th

Tennessee at South Carolina (ESPN)

Iowa at Northwestern (ESPN 2)

Kentucky at Missouri (ESPN U)

Ball State at Army (CBS Sports Network)

UCLA at Arizona State (FX)

Florida at Georgia (CBS) – This is the biggest test so far this season for third-ranked Florida.

Texas Tech at Kansas State (Fox) – This is the under the radar game of the week on the Week 9 college football TV schedule between the 15th-ranked Red Raiders and the 4th-ranked Wildcats.

USC at Arizona (ABC or ESPN 2)

Duke at Florida State (ESPN U)

Boise State at Wyoming (CBS Sports Network)

Michigan State at Wisconsin (ABC or ESPN 2)

Ohio State at Penn State (ESPN)

Texas A&M at Auburn (ESPN U)

Notre Dame at Oklahoma (ABC) – This game will decide which one of these two teams stays in the national title picture as the 8th-ranked Sooners host the 5th-ranked Irish.

Michigan at Nebraska (ESPN 2)

Central Florida at Marshall (CBS Sports Network)

Mississippi State at Alabama (ESPN) – This is a battle of unbeatens as both teams come into the contest at 7-0 with the Bulldogs ranked 12th while the Crimson Tide are ranked #1.

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