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College Football Week 6 Viewing Guide

There is a lot happening between noon and 7 PM, which is just perfect for Bearcat fans everywhere.

Greg Bartram-USA TODAY Sports

On the face of it this is a much better and more interesting week of games across the country than we were treated to a week ago. Other than watching the entire Michigan fan base self immolate over the continuing existence of the Dave Brandon/ Brady Hoke double act there was not much intrigue or action. There will be more happening this week.

Starting tonight when we will be treated to a delightful rematch of last years very weird Arizona-Oregon game. The rematch will be held in Egugene, which is awesome, but will take some of the luster off the game. There is an interesting Utah State-BYU game that will kickoff at 10:15 eastern time and presumably last until 4 AM because both teams are big fans of the four hour game as a concept.

On saturday things will get interesting at noon as Texas A&M travels to Starkville to play the Bulldogs starting a 7 hour block of programing that could (but definitely won't) define the state of Mississippi as Ole Miss will host Alabama at 3:30. That will all be interesting, but what I want to see is Baylor and Texas because I always want to see Baylor in general, and I like seeing them battle their traditional nemesis. All of that happening between noon and about 7 PM, which is perfect, because you can ignore everything else that is happening once the Bearcats kickoff against Memphis.

Thursday, Oct 2, 2014 Time (ET) TV
UCF @ Houston 7:00 PM ESPN
Florida Atlantic @ FIU 7:00 PM FSN
Arizona @ (2) Oregon 10:30 PM ESPN
Friday, Oct 3, 2014 Time (ET) TV
Louisville @ Syracuse 7:00 PM ESPN
San Diego State @ Fresno State 10:00 PM CBSS
Utah State @ (18) Brigham Young 10:15 PM ESPN
Saturday, Oct 4, 2014 Time (ET) TV
Ball State @ Army 12:00 PM
(20) Ohio State @ Maryland 12:00 PM ABC
Florida @ Tennessee 12:00 PM SECN
Purdue @ Illinois 12:00 PM ESPN2
(6) Texas A&M @ (12) Mississippi State 12:00 PM ESPN
Iowa State @ (21) Oklahoma State 12:00 PM FS1
Marshall @ Old Dominion 12:00 PM FSN
Southern Miss @ Middle Tennessee 12:00 PM AMSN
Southern Methodist @ (22) East Carolina 12:00 PM ESPNU
Virginia Tech @ North Carolina 12:30 PM ESPN3/ACCN
Eastern Michigan @ Akron 2:00 PM ESPN3
North Texas @ Indiana 2:30 PM BTN/BTN2
Massachusetts @ Miami (OH) 2:30 PM ESPN3
Tulsa @ Colorado State 3:00 PM
North Carolina State @ Clemson 3:30 PM ESPNU
Wake Forest @ (1) Florida State 3:30 PM ABC/ESPN3
(14) Stanford @ (9) Notre Dame 3:30 PM NBC
(17) Wisconsin @ Northwestern 3:30 PM ESPN2
(3) Alabama @ (11) Mississippi 3:30 PM CBS
(4) Oklahoma @ (25) TCU 3:30 PM FOX
(7) Baylor @ Texas 3:30 PM ABC
Navy @ Air Force 3:30 PM CBSS
New Mexico @ Texas-San Antonio 3:30 PM AMSN
Buffalo @ Bowling Green 3:30 PM ESPN3
Ohio @ Central Michigan 3:30 PM ESPN3
Vanderbilt @ (13) Georgia 4:00 PM SECN
Kansas @ West Virginia 4:00 PM FSN
Oregon State @ Colorado 4:00 PM PAC12
Kent State @ Northern Illinois 5:00 PM ESPN3
South Alabama @ Appalachian State 6:00 PM ESPN3
Michigan @ Rutgers 7:00 PM BTN
(15) LSU @ (5) Auburn 7:00 PM ESPN
Texas Tech @ (23) Kansas State 7:00 PM ESPNU
UTEP @ Louisiana Tech 7:00 PM FCS
UAB @ Western Kentucky 7:00 PM
Hawaii @ Rice 7:00 PM AMSN
Toledo @ Western Michigan 7:00 PM ESPN3
Louisiana-Monroe @ Arkansas State 7:00 PM ESPN3
Georgia State @ Louisiana-Lafayette 7:00 PM ESPN3
Idaho @ Texas State 7:00 PM ESPN3
Memphis @ Cincinnati 7:00 PM CBSS
Miami (FL) @ Georgia Tech 7:30 PM ESPN2
South Carolina @ Kentucky 7:30 PM SECN
Pittsburgh @ Virginia 7:30 PM ESPN3
Arizona State @ (16) USC 7:30 PM FOX
(19) Nebraska @ (10) Michigan State 8:00 PM ABC
UNLV @ San Jose State 8:00 PM ESNN
Georgia Southern @ New Mexico State 8:00 PM ESPN3
Utah @ (8) UCLA 10:30 PM ESPN
California @ Washington State 10:30 PM PAC12
Boise State @ Nevada 10:30 PM CBSS