College Football Schedule, Games 2018: What to Watch in Week 11, TV Stations, Kick Off

College Football Schedule, Games 2018: What to Watch in Week 11, TV Stations, Kick Off

For the first time this season, the finish line of college football is in sight. It's fast, and now the games are gaining in importance. Week 11 does not have the atmosphere of "Separation Saturday" as it did in week 10, but there are some interesting points that could make the whole thing exciting.

For example, the state of Ohio is only a few points ahead of Michigan, and the Big Ten East race may be at stake. Washington State and Kentucky are two high-profile teams that are just single-digit favorites on the road. Some races in the divisions could become much clearer by the end of Saturday. Clemson faces an angry Boston College. There is a lot to do this weekend. So plan your day with the guide for this week.

All times east

The biggest games

# 23 Fresno State, Boise State, ESPN2, at 10:15 p.m. (Friday): This is a very interesting Mountain West game in itself, so you should get involved if you do not do anything. Boise State has not been closed to home-based outsiders since 2001, and the Broncos are still a 2.5-point dog on Friday afternoon. Fresno State is finally ranked but quietly one of College Football's most impressive teams. This should be a lot of fun.

Ohio State, No. 18, Michigan, Fox, Stream on FuboTV (Try it for free), at noon: The Buckeyes have not looked like themselves in the last few weeks and it's desperation time. If the state of Ohio loses on Saturday, it's almost certain that The Game vs. Michigan will play no role at the end of November, except for the opportunity to play spoilers. Also keep in mind that the state of Ohio is only 3.5-point favorites against a high-profile Spartans squad.

Mississippi State No. 16 in No. 1 Alabama, CBS, Stream on FuboTV (Try it for free) at 15:30: Another week, another matchup in which the Crimson Tide Monster favorites are (-24.5). The Bulldogs are so one-dimensional that it seems impossible to keep up with Alabama offensively. However, they have perhaps the best Passage Line of the nation. Montez Sweat and Jeffery Simmons Vs. Alabama's O-Line will be a must.

# 2 Clemson at Boston College # 17, ABC, at 8:00 pm: Ah, yes, the trendy pickup of the week. If a team that has stayed on Clemson's schedule can intervene in the perfect season of the tigers, it is probably the Boston College. Clemson's star freshman quarterback, Trevor Lawrence, should face his toughest test since then called the full-time starter. Vegas loves the tigers as nearly three touchdown favorites, but will Steve Addazio's Dudes have something to say about that?

Other great games

South Carolina at # 15 Florida, ESPN, noon: South Carolina coach Will Muschamp returns to his former romping grounds (or is it "Chomping Ground"?) To face a team from Florida that has suffered two defeats. Gators head coach Dan Mullen has done everything to launch this attack, although the main responsibility of quarterback could be responsible for Feleipe Franks falling on his shoulders. Reports that Kyle Trask has been injured in practice earlier this week.

No. 8 Washington State, Colorado, ESPN, at 15:30: The Cougars have been flirting lately. They nearly gave a comfortable first-half lead to Oregon, defeating Stanford three points and surviving on a late touchdown touchdown. This line opened at -4.5 for Wazzu before rising to -6. Colorados on a slide with four games, but keep an eye on them. Even with a victory here, the state of Washington is not yet out of the woods, with a wild Arizona and Washington ending the regular season.

Northwestern at # 21 Iowa, Fox, at 15:30: Northwestern, which is out of the league but leads the Big Ten West, has a crucial division game in Iowa that is two games behind in conference play, but in the league table. Only a few weeks to go, I'm 100 percent for the Big Ten West and I'll go full on ACC Coastal.

Virginia Tech in Pitt, ESPNU, at 15:30: Speaking of which, the winner of this game has the clearest way for the right to be blown away by Clemson (probably) in the ACC Championship Game. It's a big game, but only in name. Watch at your own risk.

Baylor at # 22 Iowa State, Fox Sports 1, at 15:30: Do not forget Iowa State in the Big 12 Championship Game Race. The Cyclones have a winning streak in four games and have a straight win against West Virginia if it matters. Saturday's Bear Bears victory is likely to lead to a fascinating Week 12, in which the cyclones in Texas and West Virginia, Oklahoma, play.

No. 24 Auburn in No. 5 Georgia, ESPN, at 19.00: Georgia has already detained the SEC East, and the only question is whether it can compete in the playoff race. The SEC Championship Game vs. Alabama will probably decide who gets in, but only if both teams take care of their business in the weeks before. Remember also that a year ago in Auburn this was the most important game in Georgia.

# 19 Texas at Texas Tech, Fox, at 19:30: Texas has not yet come out of the Big 12 Championship Game, but it takes a win to stay there. Tom Herman's team is hot on their heels, and after a heartbreaking defeat of West Virginia, it may be emotionally exciting. With Iowa State next week, the season could quickly get out of hand. The horns are just a favorite with 1.5 points and Tech wants a nice day's win after winning against Oklahoma.

Florida State at No. 3 Notre Dame, NBC, at 19:30: The real story here is that Notre Dame will supposedly be without Quarterback Ian Book, the suffered a rib injury in week 10 against Northwestern, The starter of the week 1 Brandon Wimbush plays in the absence of Book. Amazingly, it may not matter against Florida State, but next week against No. 13 Syracuse. What a time to live.

Keep an eye on …

  • TCU at No. 9 West Virginia, Fox Sports 1, noon
  • Wisconsin at Penn State No. 20, ABC, noon
  • Ole Miss at Texas A & M, CBS, noon
  • # 11 Kentucky, Tennessee, SEC Network, at 15:30.
  • Miami at Georgia Tech, ESPN2, at 19.00
  • South Florida in Cincinnati, ESPNU, at 19.00.
  • Temple at Houston, CBS Sports Network, 7pm
  • No. 7 LSU in Arkansas, SEC Network, at 19:30.
  • Cal at USC, ESPN, at 10:30.

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