Oklahoma vs Kansas State: Live Stream, TV Channel, Time

Oklahoma travels to Manhattan, Kan., for a meeting with Kansas State Saturday.

The No. 9 Sooners are fresh off a 29-24 victory over Texas that moved them to 5-1 on the season. Baker Mayfield tossed for 302 yards and two scores in the Oklahoma’s first game after losing Iowa State at home. For the season, Mayfield has 1,973 yards and 17 touchdowns through the air while completing 72.7 percent of his passes. One of the reasons the Sooners’ passing attack so lethal is how Mayfield has been able to spread the wealth, with four players already over 300 receiving yards.

Kansas State is riding a two game losing streak that brought its record to 3-3. After a close loss to Texas, the Wildcats dropped a contest to TCU by 20. In four of their six games Kansas State has been able to post at least 33 points, but in the other two contests the team combined for 13 points.

Last season when these teams met, Oklahoma came away with a 38-17 victory.

How to Watch

Time: 4 p.m. EST

TV channel: FOX

Live stream: Watch the game live with DIREC TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial.

Next Three Games

Oklahoma: vs. Texas Tech (10/28), at No. 10 Oklahoma State (11/4), vs. No 4 TCU (11/11)

Kansas State: at Kansas (10/28), at Texas Tech (11/4), vs. No 23 West Virginia (11/11)

Tennessee vs Alabama: Live Stream, TV Channel, Time

No. 1 Alabama hosts Tennessee on Saturday for the 100th meeting between the two schools.

Undefeated Alabama (7-0) is coming off a 41-9 win against Arkansas.

Tennessee (3-3) is coming off a 15-9 loss to South Carolina. Redshirt freshman quarterback Jarrett Guarantano went 11-for-18 for 133 yards in the loss. He had 44 yards on the ground on 10 attempts.

See how to watch Saturday’s game below:

 

Syracuse vs Miami: Live Stream, TV Channel, Time

The undefeated No. 8 Miami Hurricanes (5-0) host a Syracuse team coming off a massive upset of Clemson at Hard Rock Stadium on Saturday.

Miami is creeping into the College Football Playoff conversation after a miracle 25-24 victory over Georgia Tech. In that game last week, Michael Badgley took advantage of a fortuitous bounce to come up with a fourth-down catch that set up a 24-yard field goal with four seconds remaining to keep the U’s perfect season alive. Miami sits atop the ACC’s Coastal division with a 3-0 conference record, and junior quarterback Malik Rosier (1,371 yards, 12 touchdowns, 3 interceptions) has been terrific.

Syracuse is coming off its biggest win in years, shocking then-No. 2 Clemson last Thursday night behind an up-tempo offense that ran the ball effectively all night long. It’s been an up-and-down season for the Orange, who lost at home to Middle Tennessee State in the second game of the year, but Dino Babers’ Baylor-inspired offense is beginning to click after a slow start to the season. A second-consecutive win over a top-ten team would be massive for a program looking to challenge the ACC’s elite.

How to Watch

Time: 3:30 p.m. EST

TV channel: ESPN

Live stream: Watch ESPN.

Spread: Miami -16, Over/Under 59

Next Three Games

Syracuse: at Florida State (11/4), vs. Wake (11/11), at Louisville (11/18)

Miami: at North Carolina (10/28), at No. 14 Virginia Tech (11/4), vs. No. 13 Notre Dame (11/11)

Clemson vs Virginia Tech: Gane Time, TV Channel, Live Stream

Defending national champion Clemson has not had an easy start to their title-defense. After already beating No. 13 Auburn at home and No. 17 Louisville on the road, the Tigers travel to Blacksburg on Saturday for a primetime matchup with the Virginia Tech Hokies.

Aside from two top-25 victories, No. 2 ranked Clemson (4-0, 2-0 ACC) has defeated Kent State and Boston College. Led by a balanced offense and a stingy defense (Clemson has allowed just 9.3 points per game), the Tigers have remained in the College Football Playoff picture despite the departure of beloved Deshaun Watson to the NFL. Freshman running back Travis Etienne has led the offense, averaging 12.7 yards per rushing attempt and scoring 4 touchdowns so far this season.

After defeating No. 22 West Virginia in their opening match, Virginia Tech made quick work of Delaware, ECU and ODU. But the No. 12 ranked Hokies (4-0, 0-0) face its toughest test of the season on Saturday. Justin Fuente’s side match Clemson both offensively and defensively, though, as they have yet to allow a rushing touchdown on the season and redshirt freshman quarterback Josh Jackson has completed 65.2 percent of his passes for 1,127 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Find out how to watch the game of the week below.

How to Watch:

When: Sept. 30, 8 p.m. ET

TV Channel: ABC

​Live Stream: Watch ESPN

Indiana vs Michigan State: Game time, live stream, TV

The No. 7 Michigan State Spartans will host the Indiana Hoosiers at Spartan Stadium on Saturday.

The Hoosiers (4–3) are looking to get back on track after falling to Rutgers for their third straight loss of the season. Indiana had a 52–27 lead against the Scarlet Knights late in the third quarter, but Rutgers capitalized on turnovers and big plays to make a comeback and take down the Hoosiers 55–52.

The Spartans (7–0) are undefeated after stunning Michigan last Saturday. On the final play, Michigan punter Blake O’Neill fumbled a snap on a late punt attempt, causing the ball to go flying into the hands of Jalen Watts-Jackson, who ran 38 yards to score a touchdown, sealing a 27–23 victory.

How to watch

Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: ABC/ESPN2
Radio: For a list of Indiana affiliates, click here. For a list of Michigan State affiliates, click here.

Team Schedules

Indiana

Sept. 5: vs. Southern Illinois (W, 48–47)

Sept. 12: vs, FIU (W, 36–22)

Sept. 19: vs. Western Kentucky (W, 38–35)

Sept. 26: at Wake Forest (W, 31–24)

Oct. 3: vs. Ohio State (L, 34–27)

Oct. 10: at Penn State (L, 29–7)

Oct. 17: vs. Rutgers (L, 55–52)

Oct. 24: at Michigan State (3:30 p.m. ET, ABC/ESPN2/Watch ESPN)

Nov. 7: vs. Iowa (TBD)

Nov. 14: vs. Michigan (TBD)

Nov. 21: at Maryland (TBD)

Nov. 28: at Purdue (TBD)

Michigan State

Sept. 4: at Western Michigan (W, 37–24)

Sept. 12: vs. Oregon (W, 31–28)

Sept. 19: vs. Air Force (W, 35–21)

Sept. 26: vs. Central Michigan (W, 30–10)

Oct. 3: vs. Purdue (W, 24–21)

Oct. 10: at Rutgers (W, 31–24)

Oct. 17: at Michigan (W, 27–23)

Oct. 24: vs. Indiana (3:30 p.m. ET, ABC/ESPN2/Watch ESPN)

Nov. 7: at Nebraska (8 p.m. ET, ABC/ESPN/ESPN2)

Nov. 14: vs. Maryland (TBD)

Nov. 21: at Ohio State (TBD)

Nov. 28: vs. Penn State (TBD)

Utah vs Arizona: Live Stream, TV Channel, Time

Arizona hosts Utah on Friday, Sept. 22 in the first Pac-12 game for each team.

The Utes come into the game ranked No. 23 in the nation thanks to a 3-0 start to the season. Utah’s last contest was a 54-16 win over San Jose State. The team was led by quarterback Tyler Huntley who passed for 341 yards and four touchdowns while also leading the team with 51 rushing yards.

Arizona enters the matchup at 2-1 after a pair of blowout wins and a close loss to Houston to start the year. The Wildcats eclipsed 60 points in their two victories, but scored just 16 points in the loss. Arizona has five players with more than 100 rushing yards already, including quarterback Brandon Dawkins, who is completing 66.7 percent of his passes and has nine total touchdowns and no turnovers.

Last year, Utah beat Arizona 36-23.

How to Watch

Time: 10:30 p.m. EST

TV channel: FS1

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Next Three Games

Utah: vs. Stanford (10/7), at No. 5 USC (10/14), vs. Arizona State (10/21)

Arizona: at Colorado (10/7), vs. UCLA (10/14), at California (10/21)