College football schedule, games 2020: What to watch in Week 7, TV channels, Saturday kickoff times

Week 7 of a college football deteriorate has arrived, and with it, so has a many expected diversion of a campaign. No. 3 Georgia will conduct to No. 2 Alabama on Saturday, a diversion that will be featured in primary time on CBS. The cross-divisional diversion could be a preview of a arriving SEC Championship Game. And depending on how things unfold, it could also underline dual College Football Playoff teams. 

But those are conversations for another day. Right now, it’s about enjoying football, and Georgia-Alabama is distant from a usually engaging matchup of a day. Every time container has a diversion for someone and we’re here to mangle down a biggest ones of a day, from a American Athletic Conference to a SEC. 

Check out this week’s viewer’s beam with kickoff times, tune-in information and storylines all below.

The biggest games

Louisville during No. 4 Notre Dame — 2:30 p.m., NBC and fuboTV (Try for free): This diversion perceived a “… though it’d be funny, right?” dissapoint warning summons on a Cover 3 Podcast. The Cardinals’ invulnerability has to delayed a Fighting Irish’s vaunted run game, though there’s some recklessness from Scott Satterfield’s group — a preseason dim equine heavenly — after starting 0-3 in discussion play. Notre Dame might be in for a fight. 

UCF during Memphis — 3:30 p.m., ABC and fuboTV (Try for free): I don’t caring that this diversion isn’t between dual ranked teams. It feels like could be. The reason since it’s not removing some-more play is that both teams are entrance off of waste and open weeks. Don’t let a Knights and Tigers be out of sight, out of mind. These are still dual of a AAC’s improved teams and it’s an early-season conflict to keep afloat in a competition towards a discussion title. 

No. 11 Texas AM during Mississippi State — 4 p.m., ESPN and fuboTV (Try for free): The Bulldogs’ dissapoint over LSU feels like it was ages ago. Mike Leach’s offense has scored only dual touchdowns in a past dual games — both losses. Texas AM is entrance off a signature win over Florida. Aggies using behind Isaiah Spiller has been good, though Mississippi State’s run invulnerability is stout. AM can’t means a hangover game. 

No. 3 Georgia during No. 2 Alabama — 8 p.m., CBS and CBSSports.com: The many expected diversion of a weekend was thrown a wrench when Crimson Tide manager Nick Saban tested certain for a coronavirus. Offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian, a former conduct manager during Washington and USC, will lead a way. Despite Saban’s absence, this game will count towards Saban’s unblemished record against his former assistants. Oh yeah, and a alpha mark in a SEC is on a line. This diversion is layered in storylines. 

Other large games

Pitt during No. 13 Miami (FL) — noon, ACC Network and fuboTV (Try for free): This is a pivotal diversion for both teams, though generally so for Miami. OK, so a Hurricanes couldn’t keep adult with Clemson. News flash: a lot of teams can’t. But if Miami has unequivocally taken a step forward, one detriment can’t turn two. Pitt is a form of group to feast on a hangover, too. The Panthers’ defensive front is one of a best in a republic and a offense has a good flitting attack. This could be an sparkling diversion in a early slot. 

No. 1 Clemson during Georgia Tech — noon, ABC and fuboTV (Try for free): More than anything, we’re watchful on an ACC group to make Clemson work for 60 minutes. The Tigers have won their final 9 discussion games by during slightest 3 touchdowns. Will Georgia Tech locate their top-ranked competition sleepwalking on a road? The Yellow Jackets have a fun quarterback in Jeff Sims, though that Clemson invulnerability is elite. 

Kentucky during No. 18 Tennessee — noon, SEC Network and fuboTV (Try for free): This is about removing behind to basis for a Vols. Their presumably good descent line didn’t do good in a Week 6 detriment to Georgia and Kentucky has a clever invulnerability of a own. Tennessee might not be in a top row of a SEC East yet, though it has to refocus on using a round in a get-right diversion — generally with Alabama on a horizon. 

No. 5 North Carolina during Florida State — 7:30 p.m., ABC and fuboTV (Try for free): Florida State hasn’t been winning a lot, though it’s found some mojo on offense with quarterback Jordan Travis. Can a Seminoles measure adequate to keep adult with UNC quarterback Sam Howell? The Tar Heels are gentle removing into shootouts. 

Boston College during No. 23 Virginia Tech — 8 p.m., ACC Network and fuboTV (Try for free): It’ll be totally overshadowed by Georgia-Alabama, though don’t nap on this game. This has some low-key fun intensity in a final time container of a day. Boston College has an considerable one-two punch with far-reaching receiver Zay Flowers and parsimonious finish Hunter Long. Quarterback Phil Jurkovec has a arm to get it to them. Virginia Tech has been lights out on offense, too, though only hasn’t been during full strength since of COVID-19. Keep this one on your second screen. 

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