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College Football Schedule, Week 10 TV Times: Alabama-LSU in prime time as part of CBS doubleheader

One of the best environments in all college football will be featured at the peak time as one of the…

One of the best environments in all college football will be featured at the peak time as one of the year’s biggest games, No. 1 Alabama at No. 4 LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, takes the central step as the function of the game of a SEC on the CBS doubleheader the November 3rd. Crimson Tide and Tigers will square at 20:00 ET.

Night game in Death Valley has always had a special mysticism, but when LSU is in the mix of the SEC title and Nick Saban who comes to Alabama with the city, the atmosphere promises to be extraterrestrial. The winner of the game will get a leg in the SEC West race, a route to Atlanta for the SEC Championship Game and probably the best win in the country for its College Football Playoff profile.

SEC on CBS doubleheader begins at its usual 3:30 p.m. ET time with one of two games that has the same meaning to determine who plays for the SEC title. CBS and SEC have ordered a six-day move on that spot and are waiting to choose from the two best games from SEC East: Georgia, Kentucky and Missouri, Florida. No. 9 Gators and No. 7 Bulldogs are presented this Saturday at 3:30 on CBS with the winner likely to play again at CBS next week.

But the SEC is not the only conference that picks its top teams against each other in week 1

0. Washington and Stanford will play in a crucial game for Pac-12 North, Utah meets the way to play Arizona State, Michigan will welcome Penn State to the Big House, and Notre Dame has no doubt one of his toughest remaining games with a trip to Evanston to play Northwestern.

Additional schedule release details will be added below as announced for week 10.

Week 10 kickoff, TV Times

(All Time Eastern)


  • Dinner – South Carolina at Ole Miss, TV: SEC Network
  • Dinner or 4 pm – Texas A & M at Auburn, TV: SEC Network
  • Dinner or 3:30 pm or 4 pm – Missouri in Florida, TV: ESPN, CBS or SEC Network
  • Dinner or 3:30 p.m. or 4 pm – Georgia in Kentucky, TV: ESPN, CBS or SEC Network
  • 4 pm – Charlotte in Tennessee, TV: SEC Network
  • 7:30 p.m. – Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State, TV: SEC Network
  • 8 pm – Alabama at LSU, TV: CBS


  • Friday, 7:30 p.m. – Pitt in Virginia, TV: ESPN2
  • Dinner – Louisville at Clemson, TV: ABC
  • Dinner – Syracuse at Wake Forest, TV: Regional Sports Networks
  • 12:15 p.m. – Georgia Tech in North Carolina, TV: Raycom Sports
  • 3:30 p.m. – Florida State at NC State, TV: ABC or ESPN2
  • 3:45 p.m. – Boston College at Virginia Tech, TV: Raycom Sports
  • 7 p.m. – Duke in Miami, TV: ESPN2
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