College football schedule today: TV channels, start times for every top 25 game in Week 15
It hasn’t been easy or as anyone predicted, but college football has reached its final week of the regular season. Contenders have one more week to demonstrate why they deserve to be in the College Football Playoff.
There was no change in the latest update to the College Football Playoff with Alabama, Notre Dame, Clemson and Ohio State all retaining their status in the top four. Despite a double-digit win over Auburn, No. 5 Texas A&M still remains on the outside looking in and with no game this week to further bolster its resume.
This week there are 14 games involving ranked teams, including two pitting ranked foes against one another. No. 25 Missouri moved inside the rankings for the first time this year and will play No. 9 Georgia. The Tigers haven’t beaten Georgia since 2013 when Missouri was also ranked No. 25. The other ranked matchup occurs in the ACC with No. 17 North Carolina playing at No. 10 Miami. Both teams are locked out of the ACC Championship, but the Tar Heels have one of the more exciting offenses in the nation, and Miami has only lost to Clemson this year.
No. 1 Alabama is the only top-4 team playing this weekend in what should be an easy game at Arkansas. The ACC adjusted its schedule to give both Clemson and Notre Dame a bye week in preparation for the ACC Championship, and Ohio State’s game against Michigan was canceled, marking the first time the Buckeyes and Wolverines won’t play each other since 1917.
While neither team is ranked, one of the best college football traditions of the year takes place as Navy takes on Army at West Point. It will be the first time since World War II that the game will be held on the campus of one of the academies.
The schedule has been very fluid this year for the entirety of the college football season, but Sporting News has you covered on how to watch every game this weekend involving a top-25 team:
College football schedule today
Here’s every college football game in Week 15 involving ranked teams.
Friday, Dec. 11
Saturday, Dec. 12
How to watch, live stream college football games
The Week 15 games involving ranked teams will be broadcast live on national TV, with games appearing on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC; Fox, CBS Sports Network and Big Ten Network. Live streaming options include WatchESPN, CBS All Access, Fox.com, ESPN+ or fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.
College football scores Week 15Friday, Dec. 11
Saturday, Dec. 12