Thanksgiving football schedule: Ravens take on Steelers, Ole Miss battles Mississippi State

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We have football all day and night for Thanksgiving!

The Cowboys and Raiders battle does not bring Thanksgiving's football to a close. The Ravens against the Steelers will end the night with an AFC North showdown that will have a huge impact on the playoff picture. For the team that comes out with a Thursday night victory, the division and Wild Card will both be in play for the winner. College football fans also have something to look forward to with Ole Miss taking on Mississippi State and Texas Tech against Texas Thursday night.

The Steelers-Ravens game on Thursday night has major playoff implications, while the college games will affect bowl season. SB Nation will have full coverage of all the games during the holiday.

Here are the times and channel listings for Thanksgiving night's slate of football:


Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens, 8:30 p.m., NBC

College football

Texas Tech at Texas, 7:30 p.m., FS1

Ole Miss at Miss. State, 7:30 p.m., ESPN/WatchESPN

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