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College Football Schedule, Games 2022: TV Channels, Kickoff Times, What To Watch



College Football Schedule, Games 2022: TV Channels, Kickoff Times, What To Watch

(CTN News) – One of the most intense weekends of college football is here, starting with the noon ET showdown between Ohio State and Michigan in Columbus, Ohio.

As well as determining the Big Ten East champion, this season’s edition of The Game will determine which team is in the running for a playoff spot.

In order to get into the four-team field, it is likely that one or more dominoes will fall in the college football world.

On CBS’s Game of the Week, No. 7 Alabama takes on unranked Auburn in the Iron Bowl in the mid-afternoon slot. With two losses, Alabama’s Crimson Tide are out of the running for the SEC West title, but a state title would be a worthy consolation prize.

It is possible that other scenarios can bring the College Football national title picture into focus as well. Across the country, it’ll be a busy weekend, so here’s a viewer’s guide to help you keep up. Eastern time.

College Football Games that are the most entertaining

No. 3 Michigan at No. 2 Ohio State — noon on Fox, fubo TV (Try for free): The stout Wolverines defense will face an explosive Buckeye offensive unit led by Heisman Trophy contender CJ Stroud.

It’s no secret that Michigan will want to avoid a shootout while Ohio State prefers to play “basketball on grass.”

In two weeks, this didn’t look like an interesting game involving South Carolina and No. 8 Clemson. The fact that College Football South Carolina dominated Tennessee last week along with the fact that Clemson could use some style points in the CFP race suggests that this might be a worthwhile second-screen option.

There will be a 3:30 p.m. kickoff between Auburn and No. 7 Alabama will play on CBS,, and CBS Sports App: This will be the most unique SEC game on CBS Game of the Week.

While Auburn’s interim coach Carnell “Cadillac” Williams will be coaching his last regular season game as interim head coach, the Crimson Tide have very little chance of making the CFP. It’s going to be an exciting intra-state rivalry between these two teams.

On Thursday, July 25 at 4 p.m., Iowa State takes on No. 4 TCU (Fox, Fubo TV): The Horned Frogs are the most dominant second half team in college football, and are in the thick of the CFP race.

The Conference 12 Championship Game awaits, but the Cyclones have wrecked seasons in the past. It is likely that a loss would end TCU’s chances of reaching the CFP unless chaos breaks out throughout the country.

The No. 5 Tigers play Texas A&M at 7 p.m. on ESPN, Fubo TV (Try it for free): The Tigers punched their ticket to the SEC Championship Game several weeks ago.

In case they spring an upset on Georgia next week, they could use some style points. A team with one of the most disappointing seasons in the country is less than two touchdown

The No. 15 Fighting College Football Irish will face the No. 6 USC Trojans at ABC, fubo TV (Try for free): The Trojans face a ranked opponent for the second consecutive week, and will likely face another next week in the Pac-12 Championship Game.

As a Heisman Trophy contender and star quarterback, Caleb Williams will look to win in order to keep his team in the CFP hunt.


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