College football TV schedule and game previews
Here's the complete college football television schedule on all major TV networks and previews of some of the top 25 games this week.
*All times Eastern
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Saturday, Oct. 22
North Texas 35, Army 18
Massachusetts 28, South Carolina 34
UCF 24, Connecticut 16
Central Michigan 17, Toledo 31
Miami (Ohio) 40, Bowling Green 26
Indiana 14, Northwestern 24
No. 10 Wisconsin 17, Iowa 9
NC State 13, No. 7 Louisville 54
Oklahoma State 44, Kansas 20
Texas 21, Kansas State 24
Rutgers 32, Minnesota 34
Syracuse 28, Boston College 20
Akron 35, Ball State 25
Colorado 10, Stanford 5
North Carolina 35, Virginia 14
Navy 42, Memphis 28
Michigan 41, Illinois 8
Nebraska 27, Purdue 14
West Virginia 34, TCU 10
Final: No. 12 West Virginia had no trouble with visiting TCU, as the Mountaineers rushed out to an 11-point halftime lead and held the Horned Frogs scoreless in the second half to preserve their undefeated record. The Mountaineers won the turnover battle handily, riding a sterling performance from their quarterback to the blowout victory.
Appalachian State 37, Idaho 19
Georgia State 31, Tennessee-Martin 6
Northern Illinois 44, Buffalo 7
Alabama 33, Texas A&M 14
Final: Top-ranked Alabama lost a 13-point lead to No. 6 Texas A&M but then used a pair of electric, quick-strike plays to pull away and win its nation-leading 20th straight game. The Crimson Tide inched closer to securing the top spot in postseason play while the Aggies fell short of their first 7-0 start since 1994.
Western Michigan 45, Eastern Michigan 31
Tulsa 50, Tulane 27
No. 19 Utah 52, UCLA 45
Middle Tennessee 51, Missouri 45
Auburn 56, Arkansas 3
Final: The No. 21 Tigers blitzed No. 17 Arkansas with a relentless ground attack, piling up over 500 rushing yards even without leading rusher Kerryon Johnson, who did not play due to a leg injury. The loss drops Arkansas to 1-3 in conference play, with all three losses coming to ranked opponents.
Washington 41, Oregon State 17
Louisiana Tech 44, Florida International 24
Cincinnati 31, East Carolina 19
SMU 38, Houston 16
Louisiana Lafayette 27, Texas State 3
Maryland 28, Michigan State 17
Kentucky 40, Mississippi 37
Vanderbilt 35, Tennessee State 17
Georgia Southern 22, New Mexico State 19
Penn State 24, No. 2 Ohio State 21
Final: Penn State muddied the College Football Playoff picture in epic fashion as it overcame a 14-point fourth quarter deficit and stunned No. 2 Ohio State in front of a raucous Happy Valley audience. The Nittany Lions’ stunning win was their first against a top-2 opponent as an unranked squad since 1964. Meanwhile, the Buckeyes saw their school-record 20 game true road winning streak come to a crashing halt.
No. 16 Oklahoma 66, Texas Tech 59
No. 25 LSU 38, No. 23 Mississippi 21
Final: Leonard Fournette returned to the lineup to post the most impressive performance of his already storied LSU career as the No. 25 Tigers continued their offensive turnaround and won their third consecutive game. The No. 23 Rebels dropped to 3-4, with all four losses coming against ranked opponents.
Washington State 37, Arizona State 32
Utah State 38, Fresno State 20
Wyoming 42, Nevada 34