College Football Week 4 doesn’t have the same weight as Week 1, but it does have a lot of interesting matchups. If you value action-packed time slots, this weekend is for you. Let’s dive into the table and see what the top games of the weekend are.
Check out where and when to catch all the action this weekend.
The following kick-off times are in CT.
West Virginia at Virginia Tech
Thursday, September 22 at 6:30 p.m. ESPN [Live Stream: fuboTV (Start your free trial)]
Don’t have Amazon Prime? Get your football fix with an age-old rivalry restored in 2022. The fight for the Black Diamond Trophy takes place in the legendary Lane Stadium. JT Daniels and the Mountaineers are already conditioned with ex-Big East rivalries and this is the next on tap.
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No. 5 Clemson at No. 21 Wake Forest
Saturday, Sept. 24, 11:00 a.m. ABC [Live Stream: fuboTV (Start your free trial)]
Sam Hartman and the Wake Forest Offensive versus the Clemson Tigers Defense? Yes, please. This is an action-packed, star-studded showdown between an unstoppable force and an immovable object.
Clemson anticipates a difficult road environment at Winston-Salem as the Demon Deacons look to end the ACC season surprise.
Duke in Kansas
Saturday, Sept. 24, 11:00 a.m., FS1 [Live Stream: fuboTV (Start your free trial)]
No, we’re not joking. This may be the only time you’ll see a 3-0 Duke take on a 3-0 Kansas with a legitimate shot at national credibility. For the first time ever, the Jayhawks have a must-see QB Jalon Daniels. This is a game where the loser is found to be just a little cheating.
TCU at the SMU
Saturday, September 24, 11:00 a.m. ESPNU [Live Stream: fuboTV (Start your free trial)]
Is there a bit of TCU bias creeping in here? Secure. But this will be a great game. Odds makers have this game as a pick ’em – or even odds. It’s homecoming for Sonny Dykes, who left SMU for TCU this offseason. Catch the 101st edition of this cross-city rivalry on ESPNU!
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James Madison in the state of Appalachia
Saturday, Sept. 24, 2:30 p.m. ESPN+
If you don’t have ESPN+, it can be difficult to access. But if you do, set it up on your laptop, tablet, or phone to keep an eye on it. James Madison could be Capital G Good and they visit a very good App State team. This could be the best matchup of the entire season not to be seen on national TV.
No. 20 Florida at No. 11 Tennessee
Saturday, Sept. 24, 2:30 p.m. CBS [Live Stream: fuboTV (Start your free trial)]
It’s College GameDay’s game of the week and a bitter rivalry in Rocky Top. These two teams are returning to a leaderboard for the first time in a number of years and this match promises to be some explosive playmakers.
Anthony Richardson and an electric, if inconsistent, offensive by the Florida Gators makes its way to Neyland Hendon hooker and a strong Vols offense. If you like dots, this game is for you.
Indiana near Cincinnati
Saturday, September 24, 2:30 p.m. ESPN2 [Live Stream: fuboTV (Start your free trial)]
This game sold out in minutes for Cincinnati this summer (I gotta know, I got one of the last tickets!). Nippert Stadium becomes a noisy neighborhood as the Bearcats host the undefeated Indiana Hoosiers from not too far away. The stadium will be darkened for the occasion.
10th place Arkansas vs. 23rd place Texas A&M
Saturday, September 24, 6:00 p.m. ESPN [Live Stream: fuboTV (Start your free trial)]
This annual rivalry – dubbed the Southwest Classic – is held annually at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. And every year it’s a nasty fight. These two fanbases don’t like each other and the players on the opposing sidelines don’t like each other.
For the second time in a row, both teams are ranked. The Aggies’ outstanding defense is looking for revenge on a 17-10 at the hands of KJ Jefferson and the Hogs last year.
Wisconsin in the state of Ohio No. 3
Saturday, September 24, 6:30 p.m., ABC [Live Stream: fuboTV (Start your free trial)]
When Wisconsin visits Columbus, it’s a big deal. Although the Badgers lost a disappointing game at home to Washington State, this game carries the weight of a ranked showdown.
Take another close look CJ Stroud, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, and Ohio State’s explosive offense against a strong Wisconsin defense. Wisconsin is fielding its own offensive superstar in running back Braelon Allen.
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