College football schedule today: TV channels, start times for every Week 10 top 25 game

Week 10 of the 2021 features only one game between top-25 opponents. That doesn’t mean it’s still not setting up to be a really fun weekend of football.

The only game this week between ranked opponents comes from the SEC, where No. 13 Auburn travels to take on No. 14 Texas A&M in a pivotal SEC West game. A win for the Tigers would almost certainly guarantee the Tigers’ battle with No. 3 Alabama to end the regular season determines the division champion. The Aggies are fifth in the division with two losses already — but a victory over Alabama keeps them within striking distance of Atlanta. That starts with a win over Auburn.

Another fascinating game to watch is the meeting between No. 16 Ole Miss and Liberty. Lane Kiffin’s team is out of competition for the SEC West championship, most likely, but it will be interesting to see how they rebound after a disappointing 31-20 loss to Auburn. The quarterback between the Flames’ Malik Willis and Rebels’ Matt Corral could pit the top two signal-callers taken in the 2022 NFL Draft. Oh, and it’s Hugh Freeze’s first return to Oxford since his resignation before the 2017 season.

Elsewhere, No. 9 Wake Forest will look to remain undefeated against Sam Howell and North Carolina; No. 3 Michigan State will head to Purdue — a team that handed then-No. 2 Iowa its first loss of the season — looking to remain unbeaten as well; Navy will take on No. 10 Notre Dame in a traditional rivalry game; and Ed Orgeron will take on No. 2 Alabama one final time as coach at LSU.

Sporting News breaks down how to watch those games and more in Week 10. Here’s everything you need to know:

College football schedule today

Here’s every Week 10 college football game involving top 25 teams:

(All rankings reflect latest College Football Playoff top-25 rankings. Nationally broadcast games are bolded).

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How to watch, live stream college football games

Sixteen games involving a ranked team will be broadcast on national TV in Week 9. Those games will appear on Fox, Fox Sports 1, CBS, CBS Sports Network, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 and NBC. Live streaming options include the ESPN app,, ESPN+, Paramount+, Peacock or fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.

College football scores Week 10

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