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College Football TV Schedule – Week 4

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Your guide to the live week four College Football on our screens this coming weekend.

It’s certainly difficult to believe that we are hurtling towards the fourth week of live college football, but the still embryonic 2017/18 campaigns continues this coming weekend, rising in intensity with the opening week of conference play across America.

The live action once again begins this Thursday right through to Sunday’s dawn in both the UK, Ireland and Europe.

USF head coach Charlie Strong is happy once again back home I Florid
Head Coach Charlie Strong has been re-energised back home in Florida, leading the Bulls to an unbeaten  3-0 start (Photo: Joseph Garnett Jr., Getty)

Thursday 21st September

College Football‘s fourth week kicks off in the salubrious surroundings of Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium, featuring two very schools who shared the American Athletic Conference East Division Title a year ago. The Owls subsequently claimed the Conference Championship and meet head on in a key early season encounter in AAC play. In what promises to be an exciting, offensively dominated encounter, keep an eye on the 21st ranked Bull’s (3-0) quarterback Quinton Flowers. Temple (0-3) enter the contest still reeling from the loss of outstanding young coach Matt Rhule (xx-xx) who led the Philadelphia school to three years of success, lifting them out of the doldrums.  There promises to be plenty of points scored in this one, with Charlie Strong’s offence averaging a destructive 40 points per contest.

003021 South Florida Vs Temple
(Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fl.)
*0030 – North Carolina Central Vs South Carolina State
(O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium)

Friday 22nd September 

0100 – Boise State Vs Virginia

Saturday 23rd September

1500 – COLLEGE GAMEDAY – Live from Times Square, NYC.
1700 – Houston Vs Texas Tech
(TDECU Stadium, Houston, Tx.)
2030 – Vanderbilt Vs 1 Alabama
(Vanderbilt Stadium, Nashville, Tn.)
*21156 Oklahoma State Vs 16 TCU
(Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater, Ok.)
*000011 Georgia Vs 17 Mississippi State
(Sanford Stadium, Athens, Ga.)
0030 – Iowa Vs
4 Penn State
*0300 – Stanford Vs UCLA
(Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto, Ca.)

 All games broadcast live on BT Sport/ESPN
* BT Sport 2

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