College football schedule today: TV stations, tee times to watch all NCAA games on Black Friday

The traditional Thanksgiving games have come and gone, but there’s plenty more football to play before the final Saturday regular season table arrives.

Several teams will take to the court a day early on Black Friday and wrap up their respective regular seasons ahead of Conference championship weekend. This season, this includes a sample of five games involving at least one ranked team.

Headlining them is NC State at No. 17 in North Carolina, who can still end the season with a loss as the ACC champion — and a potential problem for the college football playoff committee.

Elsewhere, No. 19 Tulane meets No. 24 Cincinnati in a battle of AAC opponents. With UCF currently lurking in 22nd place, anyone who wins at Nippert Stadium on Friday could end up in the Cotton Bowl, which will feature this season’s top-rated Group 5 team.

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Another game that stands out even among ranked competitions is Florida, ranked 16th in the state of Florida. The Seminoles have enjoyed something of a resurgence under Mike Norvell and would love to end the season on a strong note against rival Gators.

The Sporting News has all the information you need and more to watch these games:

College football schedule today

National games in italics

Game time (ET) TV channel
No. 21 Tulane at No. 25 Cincinnati Midday ABC, fuboTV
Baylor at No. 23 Texas Midday ESPN, fuboTV
State of Utah in the state of Boise Midday CBS, fuboTV
Central Michigan in East Michigan Midday CBSSN, fuboTV
Toledo in western Michigan Midday ESPNU, fuboTV
Arizona in the state of Arizona 3 pm FS1, fuboTV
NC State at No. 17 North Carolina 3:30 p.m ABC, fuboTV
Arkansas near Missouri 3:30 p.m CBS, fuboTV
New Mexico in the state of Colorado 3:30 p.m CBSSN, fuboTV
Nebraska near Iowa 4 p.m Big Ten Network, fuboTV
No. 18 UCLA at Cal 4:30 p.m Fuchs, fuboTV
Florida in the state of Florida No. 16 19:30 o’clock ABC, fuboTV
Wyoming in the state of Fresno 22 O `clock FS1, fuboTV

How to stream college football games live

Several games are broadcast on national television, almost all of which can be streamed via fuboTV, which offers a free trial. Other options include the ESPN and Bally Sports apps, Paramount+, and conference-specific networks for the ACC, Big Ten, and SEC.

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College football scores, results for Friday

Game
#19 Tulane at #24 Cincinnati
Baylor at No. 23 Texas
State of Utah in the state of Boise
Central Michigan in East Michigan
Toledo in western Michigan
Arizona in the state of Arizona
NC State at No. 17 North Carolina
Arkansas near Missouri
New Mexico in the state of Colorado
Nebraska near Iowa
No. 18 UCLA at Cal
Florida in the state of Florida No. 16
Wyoming in the state of Fresno

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