College Football 2011 Schedule: Live Online Games for Week 10
|November 1, 2011||Posted by Dave Kingston under NCAA Football, NCAA News & Info, Sports Schedules|
This Saturday, November 5th, the ESPN3/WatchESPN will show several important week 10 college football games streaming live online. While many fans are anticipating the huge LSU vs. Alabama primetime game, there will be several other attractive college football games being shown online!
Some of the top ranked teams being shown online this coming week and weekend will include Oklahoma, Michigan, Wisconsin, Oklahoma State and Arkansas. Major games will be shown on the internet in addition to televised ESPN coverage starting Wednesday night. Let’s take a look at the live online schedule of streaming games for this week and some of the matchups to watch for!
Wednesday 11/2 on ESPN3/WatchESPN:
11/02 8:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Temple vs. Ohio
Thursday 11/3 on ESPN3/WatchESPN:
11/03 7:30 PM EDT NCAAF – Akron vs. Miami (Ohio)
11/03 8:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Florida State vs. Boston College
Friday 11/4 on ESPN3/WatchESPN:
11/04 8:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Central Michigan vs. Kent State
11/04 9:00 PM EDT NCAAF – USC vs. Colorado
ESPN3/WatchESPN live schedule for Week 10 Saturday 11/5:
11/05 12:00 PM EDT NCAAF – #15 Michigan vs. Iowa
11/05 12:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Ball State vs. Eastern Michigan
11/05 12:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Central Connecticut vs. Robert Morris
11/05 12:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Louisville vs. #24 West Virginia (subject to blackout)
11/05 12:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Vanderbilt vs. Florida
11/05 12:30 PM EDT NCAAF – Virginia vs. Maryland (subject to blackout)
11/05 12:30 PM EDT NCAAF – New Mexico State vs. #18 Georgia
11/05 12:30 PM EDT NCAAF – North Carolina vs. North Carolina State (subject to blackout)
11/05 2:00 PM EDT NCAAF – North Dakota State vs. Indiana State
11/05 2:30 PM EDT NCAAF – Murray State vs. Tennessee Tech
11/05 3:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Wofford vs. Western Carolina
11/05 3:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Duke vs. Miami (Fla) (subject to blackout)
11/05 3:30 PM EDT NCAAF – Louisiana-Monroe vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (subject to blackout)
11/05 3:30 PM EDT NCAAF – VMI vs. Liberty
11/05 3:30 PM EDT NCAAF – Texas A&M vs. #6 Oklahoma (subject to blackout)
11/05 3:30 PM EDT NCAAF – #4 Stanford vs. Oregon State (subject to blackout)
11/05 3:30 PM EDT NCAAF – Purdue vs. #20 Wisconsin (subject to blackout)
11/05 3:30 PM EDT NCAAF – Edinboro (PA) vs. California University (PA)
11/05 4:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Eastern Kentucky vs. Jacksonville State
11/05 4:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Idaho vs. San Jose State
11/05 4:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Central Arkansas vs. Northwestern State
11/05 7:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Middle Tennessee vs. Tennessee (subject to blackout)
11/05 7:00 PM EDT NCAAF – South Florida vs. Rutgers (Exclusive)
11/05 7:15 PM EDT NCAAF – #9 South Carolina vs. #7 Arkansas
11/05 7:30 PM EDT NCAAF – Tennessee-Martin vs. Mississippi State
11/05 8:00 PM EDT NCAAF – #14 Kansas State vs. #3 Oklahoma State (subject to blackout)
11/05 8:00 PM EDT NCAAF – Notre Dame vs. Wake Forest (subject to blackout)
11/05 11:59 PM EDT NCAAF – Utah State vs. Hawaii (subject to blackout)
Games to watch for:
Iowa vs. Michigan - The 5-3 Iowa Hawkeyes are coming off a huge upset to Minnesota in spite of the 252 yard rushing performance of Marcus Coker. Their opponents this week are the 7-1 Michigan Wolverines who are coming off a victory last week against the Purdue Boilermakers. Will Iowa be able to bounce back after last week’s upset? Will Michigan keep its momentum going and improve on its number 15 spot in the BCS? A lot will depend on Coker. If Michigan can stop the rush, they should have a good day.
The South Carolina vs. Arkansas game looks like an intriguing match up. Both teams have 7-1 records and are in the top ten in the latest BCS rankings. South Carolina is coming off a victory against Tennessee, while the Arkansas Razorbacks barely escaped with a win against Vanderbilt. South Carolina will be hoping to remain on top in the SEC East, and the Razorbacks will try to stay one back in the SEC West. For Arkansas to triumph, their defense will have to perform better than it did in last week’s close call against Vanderbilt.
Notre Dame vs. Wake Forest will be a battle between two 5-3 teams. Notre Dame pounded Navy last week winning by a wide margin. Wake Forest is coming off a victory as well having defeated North Carolina. Both teams are on the verge of bowl eligibility and will be giving their all for a victory on Saturday.
Other games that fans can check out live on Saturday include Syracuse vs. Connecticut, Mississippi vs. Kentucky, and Cincinnati vs. Pittsburgh. All of the action starts streaming live on ESPN3/WatchESPN at 12PM EST on Saturday!
To get more information about the college football live streaming online service, visit the ESPN3/WatchESPN website!