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College football on TV/radio for Saturday, Sept. 14

USF, Florida, FSU and more games on the air.
Published Sep. 14


Pittsburgh at Penn State noon ABC

Ohio State at Indiana noon Fox

Miami (Ohio) at Cincinnati noon ESPNU

N.C. State at West Virginia noon FS1

Maryland at Temple noon CBSSN

Chattanooga at Tennessee noon SEC

Furman at Virginia Tech noon ACC

Eastern Michigan at Illinois noon Big Ten

Citadel at Georgia Tech 12:30 FSF

New Mexico at Notre Dame 2:30 NBC

Stanford at UCF 3:30 ESPN

Alabama at South Carolina 3:30 CBS

USC at BYU 3:30 ABC

Oklahoma State at Tulsa 3:30 ESPN2

Memphis at South Alabama 3:30 ESPNU

Army at Texas-San Antonio 3:30 NFL

East Carolina at Navy 3:30 CBSSN

Georgia Southern at Minnesota 3:30 Big Ten

Arizona State at Michigan State 4 Fox

Iowa at Iowa State 4 FS1

Colorado State at Arkansas 4 SEC

Bethune-Cookman at Miami 4 ACC

South Carolina State at USF 6 ESPN3; 1250-AM

Florida at Kentucky 7 ESPN; 860-AM

Kent State at Auburn 7 ESPN2

Lamar at Texas A&M 7 ESPNU

Florida State at Virginia 7:30 ACC; 1010-AM

Clemson at Syracuse 7:30 ABC

Northwestern State at LSU 7:30 SEC

TCU at Purdue 7:30 Big Ten

Oklahoma at UCLA 8 Fox

Northern Illinois at Nebraska 8 FS1

Texas vs. Rice 8 CBSSN

Portland State at Boise State 10:15 ESPN2

Texas Tech at Arizona 10:30 ESPN


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