Friday college football schedule: Game times, TV coverage for Week 11 games

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Louisville looks to get back on track against the winless Connecticut Huskies.

There are two games to keep college football fans occupied on Friday night. One of them features a top-25 team looking to get back on track for a potential BCS bowl game, while the other will provide one team with their first conference win of the season. Here's the schedule for Friday, Nov. 8.

No. 20 Louisville at Connecticut, 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2

With such a weak schedule this season, Louisville knew they likely had to run the table if they were going to play in a big-time bowl game. After dropping one at home to UCF two weeks ago, the Cardinals will look to make it two wins in a row as they hit the road.

Fortunately for Louisville, UConn is not a good team. They're winless on the season, and while they've played a few teams close (most notably Michigan), the fact is that they just don't have the horses to hang with Teddy Bridgewater for 60 minutes. Don't be surprised if this game gets out of hand early.

Fans can also watch this game on WatchESPN.

Air Force at New Mexico, 9 p.m., ESPNU

Good news: One of these teams will no longer be winless against Mountain West foes after Friday night. Bad news: The other team will still be winless.

Air Force is coming off a big win over Navy and should come out with some momentum on their side. They'll run the ball heavily against the Lobos' defense, which ranks 113rd nationally in points allowed. New Mexico features a dynamic rushing attack as well, led by Kasey Carrier and his 960 yards on the ground. Whichever team can win the time of possession battle in this one will likely come out on top as they continue pounding the ball up the middle.

Fans can also watch this game on WatchESPN.

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