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Full college football TV/streaming schedule guide for Week 4, including what to watch

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A bunch of big Pac-12 games, Tennessee-Florida, TCU-Texas Tech and Leonard Fournette running wild should highlight Week 4. Below is the full schedule and the best thing on in each time slot.

Thursday and Friday removed from schedule, for your convenience.

Sat, Sept 26, 2015
12 PM ET
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Kansas at Rutgers
12 PM ET
ABC
(22) BYU at Michigan
12 PM ET
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Central Michigan at (2) Michigan State
12 PM ET
ESPNNWatchESPN
Southern Miss at Nebraska
12 PM ET
ESPN2WatchESPN
(20) Georgia Tech at Duke
12 PM ET
SECNWatchESPN
Southern at (10) Georgia
12 PM ET
ESPNUWatchESPN
UCF at South Carolina
12 PM ET
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(8) LSU at Syracuse
12 PM ET
CBSS
Navy at Connecticut
12 PM ET
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Bowling Green at Purdue
12:30 PM ET
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Delaware at North Carolina
12:30 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Indiana at Wake Forest
1 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Northern Illinois at Boston College
1:30 PM ET
PAC12Pac-12 Live
Nicholls State at Colorado
2:30 PM ET
Fox Sports Go
FIU at Louisiana Tech
3 PM ET
MWC Video
New Mexico at Wyoming
3 PM ET
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Rice at (5) Baylor
3 PM ET
FS1FoxSportsGo
Maryland at West Virginia
3:30 PM ET
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Ohio at Minnesota
3:30 PM ET
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Western Michigan at (1) Ohio State
3:30 PM ET
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San Diego State at Penn State
3:30 PM ET
ABC/ESPN2WatchESPN
(24) Oklahoma State at Texas
3:30 PM ET
ABC/ESPN2WatchESPN
Virginia Tech at ECU
3:30 PM ET
CBSSEC Live
Tennessee at Florida
3:30 PM ET
CBSS
Miami (OH) at Western Kentucky
3:30 PM ET
AMSN
Appalachian State at Old Dominion
3:30 PM ET
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North Texas at Iowa
3:30 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Marshall at Kent State
3:30 PM ET
NBCNBC Sports Live Extra
Massachusetts at (6) Notre Dame
3:30 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Nevada at Buffalo
4 PM ET
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Louisiana-Monroe at (12) Alabama
4 PM ET
ESPNNWatchESPN
Middle Tennessee at Illinois
4:45 PM ET
FOXFoxSportsGo
(3) TCU at Texas Tech
5 PM ET
PAC12Pac-12 Live
Cal at Washington
6 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Army at Eastern Michigan
6 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Samford at Louisville
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Arkansas
7 PM ET
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Vanderbilt at (3) Ole Miss
7 PM ET
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Akron at Louisiana-Lafayette
7 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Arkansas State at Toledo
7 PM ET
AMSN
Florida Atlantic at Charlotte
7 PM ET
CBSS
Colorado State at Texas-San Antonio
7 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
James Madison at SMU
7:30 PM ET
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Mississippi State at Auburn
7:30 PM ET
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(25) Missouri at Kentucky
8 PM ET
ESPNNWatchESPN
NC State at South Alabama
8 PM ET
ABC
(9) UCLA at (16) Arizona
8 PM ET
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Ball State at (17) Northwestern
8 PM ET
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Texas State at Houston
8 PM ET
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Hawaii at (22) Wisconsin
8 PM ET
CSLive Video
Incarnate Word at UTEP
8:30 PM ET
FOXFoxSportsGo
(18) Utah at (13) Oregon
9 PM ET
MWC Video
Idaho State at UNLV
9 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Georgia Southern at Idaho
10:30 PM ET
CBSS
Fresno State at San Jose State
10:30 PM ET
ESPNWatchESPN
(19) USC at Arizona State

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Early shift

Best option: No. 20 Georgia Tech at Duke, ESPN2

Spread: Georgia Tech -8.5

The Yellow Jackets' triple option attack looked entirely stoppable against Notre Dame, while Duke is looking to pull off its usual Coastal madness.

Plan B: No. 22 BYU at Michigan, ABC

Every single BYU game this season has come down to the final play. So definitely tune in for the fourth quarter.

Keep in mind: No. 8 LSU at Syracuse, ESPN

Leonard Fournette will be playing. LSU fans may actually drink Syracuse out of booze. That should be enough to get you to tune in, at least briefly.

Middle shift

Best option: No. 3 TCU at Texas Tech, FOX

Spread: TCU -7.5

TCU has lost nearly its entire starting Peach Bowl defense to graduation and injury, and Texas Tech is fresh off a surprise win over Arkansas. Watch out, Horned Frogs!

Plan B: No. 24 Oklahoma State at Texas, ABC/ESPN2

Oklahoma State might be the most "wait, they're ranked?" team at the moment, but the Cowboys will have an opportunity to prove themselves against a Texas team that performed admirably against Cal (until that missed extra point).

Keep in mind: Maryland at West Virginia, FS1.

West Virginia looks like a serious Big 12 sleeper after destroying a good Georgia Southern team and could absolutely demolish a bad Maryland team. But this is kind of a rivalry game, and the Mountaineers have four straight games against ranked opponents after this (including three on the road).

In case of emergency: Western Michigan at No. 1 Ohio State, ABC/ESPN2

The Buckeyes almost lost to a MAC team last week and now face a possibly better MAC team this week. Great potential for madness here.

Late shift

Best option: No. 9 UCLA at No. 16 Arizona, ABC

Spread: UCLA -3.5

Both of these teams are 3-0, but UCLA and true freshman quarterback Josh Rosen have had the better start. The Bruins' win against BYU is one of the best victories in the Pac-12 right now, but Rich Rodriguez and Arizona have spoiled parties before.

Plan B: No. 18 Utah at No. 13 Oregon, FOX

Utah's defense vs. Oregon's offense is a fun matchup every year. This year we get the added fun of Oregon having what looks like a bad defense, which means the Utes could actually keep up.

Keep in mind: No. 14 Texas A&M vs. Arkansas, ESPN

In just two weeks, Bret Bielema has gone from SEC dark horse to hot seat watch. Now Arkansas gets to stumble into conference play!