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College Football Late Saturday: #1 Alabama Hosts #19 LSU while #13 Va Tech Heads to #9 Miami

Later on there are two #Pac12AfterDark matchups.

NCAA Football: Alabama at Louisiana State Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

The late games today are even better than the earlier games.

At 5 pm PT, CBS has the #1 Alabama Crimson Tide hosting the #19 LSU Tigers. A loss in this game certainly wouldn’t bode well for Ed Orgeron’s tenure at LSU, but that’s what will probably happen even though this should be a relative good game.

At the same time, ABC has the #13 Virginia Tech Hokies visiting the #9 Miami Hurricanes. In this one, both teams come into this one hoping to impress the CFP Committee as they try to move up enough to potentially capture one of the four playoff spots.

Later on, it will be time for #Pac12AfterDark as the #12 Washington Huskies host the Oregon Ducks at 7 pm PT on Fox Sports 1. But the better Pac-12 game starts at 7:45 pm PT on ESPN when the #23 Arizona Wildcats fill the role of my second favorite team this week as they visit the Mausoleum to play #17 Southern Cal.

College Football Schedule for Late Saturday, November 4, 2017

Matchup Time (PT) TV Streaming
Matchup Time (PT) TV Streaming
Nevada at Boise State 4:00 PM ESPNU WatchESPN.com
Colorado State at Wyoming 4:00 PM CBSSN CBSSports.com
UT San Antonio at Florida Intl 4:00 PM None WatchStadium.com
Texas at #10 TCU 4:15 PM ESPN WatchESPN.com
#15 UCF at SMU 4:15 PM ESPN2 WatchESPN.com
Southern Mississippi at Tennessee 4:30 PM SEC Network WatchESPN.com
UTEP at Middle Tennessee 4:30 PM beIN Sports None
Minnesota at Michigan 4:30 PM FOX FoxSportsGo.com
#19 LSU at #1 Alabama 5:00 PM CBS CBSSports.com
#13 Virginia Tech at #9 Miami 5:00 PM ABC WatchESPN.com
Colorado at Arizona State 6:00 PM Pac-12 Networks Pac-12.com
Oregon at #12 Washington 7:00 PM FS1 FoxSportsGo.com
San Diego State at San Jose State 7:30 PM ESPNU WatchESPN.com
#23 Arizona at #17 USC 7:45 PM ESPN WatchESPN.com
BYU at Fresno State 7:45 PM ESPN2 WatchESPN.com

This is your College Football Late Saturday open thread.


Go Bruins.