College Football Games Schedule for Saturday

On a day when the weather in Florida couldn’t make up its mind, the 10th-ranked Alabama football team faced off against the USF, a smaller opponent. The final score was 17-3 in favor of Alabama, but it wasn’t the most exciting game. There were rain delays, changes in the quarterback position, and some unexpected moments.

Alabama had a new starting quarterback, Tyler Buchner, who used to play for Notre Dame. He replaced Jalen Milroe, who had started the first two games of the season. Buchner didn’t have a great day, completing only five of his 14 passes for 34 yards. He was taken out of the game just before halftime, and redshirt freshman Ty Simpson took over.

Alabama’s defense did a good job stopping USF’s offense. They only allowed a field goal, and that happened after a mistake in a punt return.

Simpson, the young quarterback, had a tough time. He was tackled by the USF defense five times, but he also made some good plays. In the third quarter, he threw a long pass to tight end CJ Dippre, which helped Alabama score their first touchdown. Simpson sealed the game with a quarterback sneak for Alabama’s second touchdown in the fourth quarter.

If you want to watch Alabama play against USF, here’s the info you need:

Who’s playing: Alabama (1-1) vs. USF (1-1)
When: Saturday at 2:30 p.m. CT
Where: Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida
TV: You can watch it on ABC
Live Stream:If you prefer to stream it, you can try fuboTV with a free trial
Radio: Listen to it on the Crimson Tide Sports Network. Chris Stewart will do the play-by-play, Tyler Watts is the analyst, and Christian Miller will be on the sideline.

In their history, Alabama and USF have only played one game before, and Alabama won it in 2003.

The last time Alabama played, they lost to Texas 34-24 because they made some mistakes, like getting penalties and letting Texas score off interceptions.

The last time USF played, they beat Florida A&M 38-24, thanks to a great performance by their quarterback Byrum Brown, who threw for 197 yards and three touchdowns.

If you’re a college football fan, don’t forget to check out other games happening in Week 3, like LSU vs. Mississippi State on Saturday at 12 p.m. ET, which you can watch on ESPN

Also Read: Alabama vs. South Florida Football Game Faces Lightning Delay in Tampa

Here’s a list of college football games happening this Saturday

12:00 p.m.
– Penn State vs. Illinois on FOX
– Florida State vs. Boston College on ABC
– Kansas State vs. Missouri on SEC Network
– Georgia Southern vs. Wisconsin on Big Ten Network
– Liberty vs. Buffalo on CBSSN
– Louisville vs. Indiana on Big Ten Network
– Wake Forest vs. Old Dominion
– Long Island vs. Baylor on ESPN+
– Iowa State vs. Ohio
– Central Connecticut vs. Kent State
– North Dakota vs. Boise State on FS1
– Holy Cross vs. Yale on ESPN+
– Cornell vs. Lehigh on ESPN+
– Stonehill vs. Georgetown on ESPN+
– Columbia vs. Lafayette on ESPN+
– St. Thomas (Minn.) vs. Harvard on ESPN+
– Davidson vs. Marist on ESPN+
– Penn vs. Colgate on ESPN+

2:00 p.m.
– Weber State vs. Utah on Pac-12 Network
– VMI vs. NC State on CW Network
– UMass vs. Eastern Michigan on ESPN+
– Norfolk State vs. Temple on ESPN+
– Indiana State vs. Ball State on ESPN+
– Lamar vs. South Dakota on ESPN+
– Robert Morris vs. Youngstown State on ESPN+
– Central Michigan vs. Notre Dame on Peacock
– Illinois State vs. Eastern Illinois on ESPN+

3:00 p.m.
– Florida Memorial University vs. Grambling on ESPN+
– Stetson vs. Montana State on ESPN+

3:30 p.m.
– South Carolina vs. Georgia on CBS
– Alabama vs. South Florida on ABC
– San Diego State vs. Oregon State on FS1
– Oklahoma vs. Tulsa
– Western Michigan vs. Iowa on Big Ten Network
– Northwestern vs. Duke on ACC Network
– Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers on Big Ten Network
– Florida International vs. UConn on CBSSN
– East Carolina vs. Appalachian State on ESPN+
– Minnesota vs. North Carolina
– Central Arkansas vs. North Dakota State on ESPN+
– Drake vs. South Dakota State (Minneapolis, Minn.) on ESPN+

4:00 p.m.:
– Western Kentucky vs. Ohio State on FOX
– UL Monroe vs. Texas A&M on SEC Network
– Tulane vs. Southern Miss on ESPNU
– Idaho vs. Cal
– Utah Tech vs. Northern Arizona on ESPN+
– SE Louisiana vs. Eastern Washington on ESPN+
– North American University vs. Portland State on ESPN+
– Brown vs. Bryant on ESPN+
– William & Mary vs. Charleston Southern on ESPN+
– Princeton vs. San Diego on ESPN+

5:00 p.m.
– Washington vs. Michigan State on Peacock
– North Carolina Central vs. UCLA
– Northern Colorado vs. Washington State

6:00 p.m
– Furman vs. Kennesaw State on ESPN+
– Towson vs. Morgan State on ESPN+
– Georgia State vs. Charlotte on ESPN+
– Western Carolina vs. Eastern Kentucky on ESPN+
– UNI vs. Idaho State on ESPN+
– Gardner-Webb vs. Tennessee State on ESPN+
– Presbyterian vs. Wofford on ESPN+
– The Citadel vs. Chattanooga on ESPN+
– Villanova vs. UCF on ESPN+

7:00 p.m.
– Tennessee vs. Florida on ESPN
– Samford vs. Auburn on ESPN+/SECN+
– North Texas vs. Louisiana Tech on ESPN+
– Murray State vs. Midd


Here are more college football games scheduled for Saturday evening

8:00 p.m
– Wyoming vs. Texas on Longhorn Network
– Hawai’i vs. Oregon on Pac-12 Network
– TCU vs. Houston on FOX
– New Mexico State vs. New Mexico on Mountain West Network
– Sacramento State vs. Stanford
– Lincoln (CA) vs. Cal Poly on ESPN+
– Ferris State vs. Montana on ESPN+
– UIW vs. Abilene Christian on ESPN+
– Jackson State vs. Texas State on ESPN+

10:00 p.m
– Colorado State vs. Colorado on ESPN

10:00 p.m.
– Southern Utah vs. UC Davis on ESPN+

10:30 p.m.
– Fresno State vs. Arizona State

10:30 p.m
– Kansas vs. Nevada on CBSSN

11:00 p.m.
– UTEP vs. Arizona on Pac-12 Network

It’s a packed day of college football with games spanning from early afternoon to late evening. Enjoy the matchups!

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