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College football schedule, games 2022: What to watch in Week 4, TV channels, Saturday kickoff times

The last Saturday of September is just around the corner, which means massive conference matchups litter the Week 4 school football slate. No. 20 Florida heads to Rocky Top to take on No. 11 Tennessee in the SEC on CBS Game of the Week in a massive SEC East rivalry that will go a long way in determining the state of the rebuilding process for both teams .

Elsewhere, No. 5 Clemson heading out to No. 21 Wake Forest to beat at noon ET. The Tigers weren’t exactly impressive over three games, but a win over the Demon Deacons would be a clear signal that Dabo Swinney’s crew can compete.

A late night SEC West battle between No. 10 Arkansas and No. 23 Texas A&M will kick off in the evening, as will a cross-division Big Ten tilt between Wisconsin and No. 3 Ohio State.

It’s going to be a busy Saturday across the country. Here’s a handy viewer’s guide to help you navigate the action. All times oriental.

The best games

no. 5 Clemson at No. 21 Wake Forest — 12 noon on ABC, fuboTV (Try for free): This important ACC Atlantic matchup will be a fascinating contract of styles. The Tigers’ defense – especially up front – is loaded, while the Demon Deacons an up-tempo, slow attack is as dangerous as any in college football. The winner of this one will have a huge advantage in the race for the division title.

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No. 20 Florida at No. 11 Tennessee — 3:30 p.m. on CBS, CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App: The rivalry actually means something this year that is great not only for the SEC, but for the entire college football world. Gator quarterback Anthony Richardson has struggled through the air, but that may have to change when this turns into a gunfight and he must keep up with the up-tempo Volunteers charge led by Heisman Trophy contender Hendon Hooker in the middle.

No. 22 Texas at Texas Tech — 3:30 p.m. on ESPN, fuboTV (Try for free): This important battle in the state is already a big deal in the race for the Big 12 title, but that intrigue turned up a notch on Thursday when it was revealed that star quarterback Quinn Ewers — who was injured in the Week 2 loss to Alabama. — will make the journey to Lubbock, Texas, and undress. Ewers looked great against the Crimson Tide prior to his shoulder injury, and it will be interesting to see how coach Steve Sarkisian uses him when he sees the field.

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No. 10 Arkansas vs. No. 23 Texas A&M (in Arlington, Texas) — 7 p.m. on ESPN, fuboTV (Try for free): This showdown at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, is full of intrigue. The Razorbacks have the worst pass defense in the country (352.7 yards per game), while the Aggies pass attack was mediocre at best. The loser of these will have an uphill battle in the SEC West for the rest of the season.

Wisconsin at No. 3 Ohio State — 7:30 p.m. on ABC, fuboTV (Try for free): This will be a contrast of styles between two Big Ten forces in the Horseshoe. The Buckeyes have a great passing attack under Heisman contender CJ Stroud, and the Badgers are built to own the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. Ohio State’s defensive front has been a concern for the season, and this will be the biggest test of the young season.

No. 7 USC in Oregon State — 9:30 p.m. on Pac-12 Network, fuboTV (Try for free): The high-flying Trojan attack heads to Corvallis, Oregon, where it will take on a Beavers team that very quietly went 3-0, producing the Pac-12’s second-best attack. If the Trojans’ defenses get stronger, that could be the signal that Coach Lincoln Riley’s team is truly “back.”

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The best of the rest

  • Kent State at #1 Georgia — 12 noon on ESPN+
  • Maryland at No. 4 Michigan — 12 noon on Fox, fuboTV (Try for free)
  • Central Michigan at No. 14 Penn State — 12 noon on Big Ten Network, fuboTV (Try for free)
  • No. 17 Baylor in the State of Iowa — 12 noon on ESPN2, fuboTV (try for free)
  • Rhode Island at No. 24 Pittsburgh — 12 noon on ACC Network, fuboTV (Try for free)
  • Buffalo in Eastern Michigan — 12 noon on CBS Sports Network, CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App
  • Middle Tennessee at No. 25 Miami — 3:30 p.m. on ACC Network, fuboTV (Try for free)
  • Notre Dame in North Carolina — 3:30 p.m. on ABC, fuboTV (Try for free)
  • FIU in Western Kentucky — 3:30 on CBS Sports Network, CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App
  • No. 15 Oregon in Washington State — 4pm on Fox, fuboTV (Try for free)
  • Tulsa at No. 16 Ole Miss — 4pm on SEC Network, fuboTV (Try for free)
  • Northern Illinois at No. 8 Kentucky — 7pm on ESPN2, fuboTV (Try for Free)
  • UNLV in Utah State — 7 p.m. on CBS Sports Network, CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App
  • Vanderbilt at No. 2 Alabama — 7:30 PM on SEC Network, fuboTV (Try for free)
  • UConn at No. 12 NC State — 7:30 PM on ACC RSNs
  • Kansas State at No. 6 Oklahoma — 8pm on Fox, fuboTV (Try for free)
  • Wyoming at No. 19 BYU — 10:15 PM on ESPN2, fuboTV (Try for Free)
  • No. 13 Utah, Arizona — 10:30 PM on ESPN, fuboTV (Try for free)
  • Stanford at No. 18 Washington — 10:30 PM on FS1, fuboTV (try for free)
  • Western Michigan in San Jose State — 10:30 PM on CBS Sports Network, CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App

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