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September 24, 2011 by staff 

College FootballCollege Football, College Football Schedule Week 4: The television coverage and Kickoff time

One of the biggest games in the schedule of college football Saturday of 4 weeks is the LSU Tigers face West Virginia Mountaineers. LSU was second in the nation and has the potential to win everything this season, but the team has to face tough opponent every week, this time in West Virginia. West Virginia vs. LSU kickoff time is 8:00 pm and is televised nationally by ABC.

Another game with national championship implications Arkansas vs Alabama is an SEC game. In college football, the focus is mostly in the Southeastern Conference, where the last four national champions come from. Alabama happens to be one of the top teams again if the team gets through Arkansas. Crimson Tide players are ready to get into the conversation to the strongest team in college football.

Oklahoma State vs Texas a & M game is in the center of attention because these teams are in the top 10 in the ranking. Oklahoma State and Texas ranked 7th A & M ranked 8, both will have to challenge the Sooners in the Pac 12 title this season.

Meanwhile, No. 1 Oklahoma Sooners will have an easy game against Missouri. Sooners passed its first test against the Seminoles last week and are in search of a perfect season. Coach Bob Stoops knows that this team can reach the national title, the route will be undefeated.

Earlier in the day two unbeaten teams from North Carolina vs. No. 25 Georgia Tech will have a showdown at the Bobby Dodd Stadium at Grant Field at 12:00 PM ET. The winner of this game will be given the opportunity of a higher position next week.

Michigan State is in the top 25 and the team approach to be a contender in the Big 10 at Ohio State and Michigan State could not win last week. Wolverines players to master the games. Michigan State vs San Diego State at 12:00 PM ET.

Pittsburgh vs Notre Dame will receive the attention as both teams are still finding ways to be better. Fighting Irish rallied last week and this time the team must win to impress the college football world.

Ohio State Buckeyes vs Colorado starts at 3:30 PM ET. Ohio State has to recover after a loss in Week 3, but we all know that the team still suffers from the controversy.

When we talk about the Big Ten Conference, Wisconsin Badgers the way, as the post 6 in the nation. Badgers will meet in South Dakota at 3:30 PM ET. Wisconsin has the running game to win this game.

In the Pac 12, Arizona will play Oregon at 10:15 ET. Ducks are still in the race for the Pac 12 title despite the defeat suffered at the hands of LSU in the first week. Stanford is on a bye week.

No. 11 Florida State vs. No. 21 Clemson kickoff time is at 3:30 PM ET. The Seminoles were defeated by Oklahama last week that the team must be back to win.

Saturday, September 24
TIME (ET) TV Marble
12:00 p.m. ET San Diego State at No. 22 Michigan Big Ten Network
12:00 p.m. ET North Carolina at No. 25 Georgia Tech 3 ESPN
12:00 p.m. ET Central Michigan at Michigan State
12:00 p.m. ET on ESPN Syracuse Toledo 3
12:00 p.m. ET Eastern Michigan at Penn State ESPN 3
12:00 p.m. ET Notre Dame at Pittsburgh
12:00 p.m. ET Southern Methodist in Memphis
12:00 p.m. ET Louisiana-Monroe Big Ten Network in Iowa
24:21 ET Georgia at Ole Miss 3 ESPN
24:30 ET ESPN Maryland Temple 3
1:00 pm Massachusetts at Boston College ESPN 3
1:00 pm Bowling Green at Miami (OH) 3 ESPN
2:00 pm Portland State at No. 20 TCU
2:00 PM ET Ohio at Rutgers ESPN 3
2:00 PM ET Virginia Military Institute in Akron
2:00 PM ET Army at Ball State ESPN 3
3:00 pm ET Tennessee Air Force
3:30 PM ET No. 14 Arkansas at Alabama CBS No. 3
3:30 pm South Dakota at No. 6 Wisconsin Big Ten Network
3:30 PM ET No. 7 Oklahoma State at No. 8 Texas A & M ESPN 3
3:30 PM ET No. 11 Florida State at No. 21 Clemson 3 ESPN
3:30 PM ET No. 13 in the Marshall Virginia Tech
3:30 PM ET Western Michigan at Illinois No. 24 Big Ten Network
3:30 pm ESPN Duke Tulane 3
3:30 pm East Carolina at UAB
3:30 PM ET Colorado at Ohio State ESPN 3
3:30 PM ET UCLA at Oregon State
3:30 PM ET ESPN Virginia Southern Miss 3
3:30 pm, California time in Washington
3:30 pm ET South Alabama at Kent State
3:30 PM ET Kansas State at Miami (FL)
3:30 pm Cal Poly in northern Illinois
4:00 PM ET New Mexico State San Jose State ESPN 3
4:30 pm Middle Tennessee at Troy ESPN 3
5:00 PM ET Fresno State at Idaho ESPN 3
6:00 PM ET Sam Houston State in New Mexico
6:00 pm ESPN Connecticut at Buffalo 3
6:00 PM ET Louisiana-Lafayette at Florida International ESPN 3
7:00 PM ET Vanderbilt at No. 12 South Carolina ESPN 3
7:00 PM ET No. 15 Florida at Kentucky ESPN 3
7:00 PM ET Rice at No. 17 Baylor
7:00 PM ET UTEP at No. 18, South Florida ESPN 3
7:00 PM ET Florida Atlantic at Auburn ESPN 3
7:00 PM ET North Dakota at Minnesota Big Ten Network
Indiana 7:00 PM ET North Texas at ESPN 3
7:00 PM ET Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State
7:00 PM ET Nevada at Texas Tech
7:30 PM ET No. 9 Nebraska in Wyoming Versus
8:00 PM ET Missouri at No. 1 Oklahoma FX
8:00 PM ET No. 2 LSU at No. 16 West Virginia
8:00 PM ET Tulsa at No. 4 Boise State
8:00 PM ET Georgia State in Houston
8:00 PM ET Colorado State at Utah State ESPN 3
Central Arkansas 8:00 PM ET ESPN Arkansas State 3
9:00 PM ET Southern Utah at UNLV
22:15 ET No. 10 Oregon Arizona ESPN 3
22:15 ET No. 23 USC at Arizona State ESPN 3

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