Saturday's college football schedule: Game times, TV coverage for Week 4 games

Ron Antonelli

We tell you what to watch and where to watch it for Saturday's college football games.

After three exciting weeks of college football action, the schedule slows down a bit in Week 4 -- but there are still some interesting matchups scheduled to take place.

Early afternoon

Noon ET

North Carolina @ Georgia Tech - ESPN

Florida International @ 7 Louisville - ESPN3

Vanderbilt @ UMass - ESPNews

San Jose State @ Minnesota - ESPN2

Florida A&M @ 4 Ohio State - Big Ten Network

Marshall @ Virginia Tech - ESPNU

Wake Forest @ Army - CBS Sports Network

Toledo @ Central Michigan - ESPN3

Western Michigan @ Iowa - Big Ten Network

Louisiana Tech @ Kansas - FOX Sports 1

12:21 p.m. ET

North Texas @ 9 Georgia - ESPN3

12:30 p.m. ET

Pittsburgh @ Duke - ACC Network, ESPN3

Tulane @ Syracuse - ESPN3

1 p.m. ET

Ball State @ Eastern Michigan - ESPN3

2 p.m. ET

Austin Peay @ Ohio - ESPN3

Jacksonville State @ Georgia State - ESPN3

Which to watch: North Carolina @ Georgia Tech. They're both contenders in the ACC Coastal with great offenses that will clash -- the Tar Heels' passing game against the Yellow Jackets' rushing attack. The difference could be Georgia Tech's defense, which has given up just 14 points in two games.

Late afternoon

3 p.m. ET

Idaho State @ 17 Washington - Pac-12 Network

3:30 p.m. ET

Utah State @ USC - ABC/ESPN2

Tennessee @ 19 Florida - CBS

Maine @ 18 Northwestern - Big Ten Network

Michigan State @ 22 Notre Dame - NBC

West Virginia @ Maryland - ESPNU

South Dakota State @ Nebraska - Big Ten Network

Arkansas @ Rutgers - ESPN

Murray State @ Bowling Green - ESPN3

Kent State @ Penn State - Big Ten Network

VMI @ Virginia - ESPN3

Purdue @ 24 Wisconsin - ABC/ESPN2

4 p.m. ET

Cincinnati @ Miami (Ohio) - ESPN3

Louisiana-Monroe @ 20 Baylor - FOX Sports 1

4:30 p.m. ET

Arkansas State @ Memphis - ESPN3

Which to watch: West Virginia @ Maryland. A rivalry game in an NFL stadium (M&T Bank) with one undefeated team (Maryland) looking to win the matchup for the first time in seven tries? Count me in.

Early evening

6 p.m. ET

Bethune-Cookman @ 8 Florida State - ESPN3

Louisiana-Lafayette @ Akron - ESPN3

7 p.m. ET

23 Arizona State @ 5 Stanford - FOX

Morgan State @ Western Kentucky - ESPN3

SMU @ 10 Texas A&M - ESPNU

Colorado State @ 1 Alabama - ESPN2

Savannah State @ 16 Miami - ESPN3

Eastern Illinois @ Northern Illinois - ESPN3

7:30 p.m. ET

Oregon State @ San Diego State - CBS Sports Network

Troy @ Mississippi State - ESPN3

7:45 p.m. ET

Auburn @ 6 LSU - ESPN

8 p.m. ET

15 Michigan @ Connecticut - ABC/ESPN3

Missouri @ Indiana - Big Ten Network

Kansas State @ Texas - ABC/ESPN3

Which to watch: Arizona State @ Stanford. It's the only contest between ranked teams in all of Week 4, so this is an easy one, but it should be an interesting gut-check for both Todd Graham's Spartans and the retooling Cardinal.

Late evening

10:15 p.m. ET

Utah @ BYU - ESPN2

Wyoming @ Air Force - ESPNU

10:30 p.m. ET

New Mexico State @ 13 UCLA - Pac-12 Network

Which to watch: Utah @ BYU. It's the last iteration of the Holy War until 2016, and both schools have exciting dual-threat quarterbacks.

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