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How to watch Oct. 7 college football games

The Week 6 Saturday FBS schedule, sorted by watchability and including full viewing info.

The Saturday college football schedule below is not the greatest of all time, but we’ll make do just fine. Each time slot includes multiple games that could deserve headliner status.

Below is an attempt to sort the entire Saturday according to watchability, with TV and streaming info for each game.

Saturday, Oct. 7 college football schedule

Early shift

Technically, things begin with Tulane vs. Tulsa at 11 a.m. ET on WatchESPN, a late change because of Gulf Coast weather.

Hey, it’s better than last week’s early group!

Penn State faces another grunty Big Ten West team away from home, aka the only scenario in which PSU’s been challenged at all so far. Georgia’s away from home, Clemson faces a team that’s nearly 5-0, and — I don’t want to alarm you — the winner of Duke-Virginia will have only one loss.

Middle shift

WVU-TCU should be a pretty good pew pew pew game, but Miami-FSU has so much more emotion at stake. LSU-Florida is a sad hatefest, Minnesota-Purdue is the Big Ten hipster game of the year, and Air Force and Navy hate each other for real.

Late shift

MSU vs. Michigan or WSU vs. Oregon? Tough call, but go with the rivalry if forced to pick just one. In Stanford-Utah, the far more explosive participant in the Pac-12’s Grit Bowl has to face a tough road spot. And our new weekly tradition of watching SDSU’s 17-16 high-wire act compete with #Pac12AfterDark shuts the whole thing down.