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College football schedule today: Full TV coverage for Week 7 Power 5, top 25 games

College football’s Week 7 schedule has only one ranked matchup but boy, is it a doozie.

No. 2 Alabama will host No. 3 Georgia at 8 p.m. on CBS this Saturday — the teams’ first regular-season meeting since 2015. The SEC’s final two undefeated teams will face off in a contrast of styles as the Crimson Tide relies on its prolific offense to overcome Georgia’s suffocating defense.

While that’s the only meeting of top-25 teams on Saturday, there are other intriguing matchups, including Louisville at No. 4 Notre Dame, LSU at No. 10 Florida and No. 5 North Carolina at Florida State.

Here’s the full college football Week 7 schedule for every Power 5 and top-25 team, including TV schedule, scores and how to watch every game live:

MORE: Watch select NCAA football games live with fuboTV (7-day trial)

College football schedule Week 7: What games are on today?

Wednesday, Oct. 14

Game Time (ET) TV channel
Coastal Carolina at No. 21 Louisiana 7:30 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV

Friday, Oct. 16

Game Time (ET) TV channel
No. 17 SMU at Tulane 6 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV
No. 14 BYU at Houston 9 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV

Saturday, Oct. 17

Game Time (ET) TV channel
No. 1 Clemson at Georgia Tech Noon ABC, fuboTV
No. 8 Cincinnati at Tulsa Noon ESPN2, fuboTV
Pitt at No. 13 Miami Noon ACC Network, fuboTV
No .15 Auburn at South Carolina Noon ESPN, fuboTV
Kentucky at No. 18 Tennessee Noon SEC Network, fuboTV
Kansas at West Virginia Noon Fox, fuboTV
Louisville at No. 4 Notre Dame 2:30 p.m NBC, fuboTV
Duke at N.C. State 3:30 p.m. ESPN3
Ole Miss at Arkansas 3:30 p.m. ESPN2, fuboTV
LSU at No. 10 Florida 4 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV
No. 11 Texas A&M at Mississippi State 4 p.m. SECN, fuboTV
Virginia at Wake Forest 4 p.m. ACCN, fuboTV
No. 5 North Carolina at Florida State 7:30 p.m. ABC, fuboTV
No. 3 Georgia at No. 2 Alabama 8 p.m. CBS, fuboTV
Boston College at No. 23 Virginia Tech 8 p.m. ACCN, fuboTV

How to watch, live stream college football games

The Week 7 games involving ranked teams will be broadcast live on national TV, with games appearing on ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, CBS, NBC and the SEC and ACC networks. Live streaming options include WatchESPN, CBS All Access, Peacock or fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.

College football scores Week 7

Wednesday, Oct. 14

Game
Coastal Carolina at No. 21 Louisiana

Friday, Oct. 16

Game
No. 17 SMU at Tulane
No. 14 BYU at Houston

Saturday, Oct. 17

Game
No. 1 Clemson at Georgia Tech
No. 8 Cincinnati at Tulsa
Pitt at No. 13 Miami
No .15 Auburn at South Carolina
Kentucky at No. 18 Tennessee
Kansas at West Virginia
Louisville at No. 4 Notre Dame
LSU at No. 10 Florida
Duke at N.C. State
Ole Miss at Arkansas
No. 11 Texas A&M at Mississippi State
Virginia at Wake Forest
No. 5 North Carolina at Florida State
No. 3 Georgia at No. 2 Alabama

College football should not expect full stadiums any time soon as COVID-19 likely to impact 2021 season

Dan Mullen was smacked upside the headset this week by COVID-19. Nineteen of his players tested positive the same week Florida’s coach advocated for his administration to allow fans to “pack The Swamp” this week against LSU to foster a “competitive advantage.” Never mind a packed stadium being antithetical to those players’ health — at least for now and probably for a while.

Despite Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis recent decree that stadiums can be filled to capacity, University of Florida officials have said they will continue to adhere to safety guidelines. College and professional teams across the state have as well. Mullen will have to find his competitive advantage elsewhere during a global pandemic.

Meanwhile, multiple medical professionals reached by CBS Sports say there indeed a long way to go before we’re sitting shoulder-to-shoulder in full stadiums again.

“I think we should assume that we’re going to be exactly where we are today 11 months from now, until proven otherwise,” said Dr. Michael Saag, UAB professor of medicine and infectious diseases.

Saag is referring to the beginning of the 2021 season, which is 10 ½ months away. Even with a COVID-19 vaccine, these medical professionals say an assumption that this is a one-and-done year for coronavirus inconvenience is misguided.

“The short answer is: Once a vaccine is developed and mass-administered, maybe next [football] season,” said Zach Binney, an epidemiologist at Emory University. “But that depends a lot on the competence of and logistics of a national vaccination itself.”

That is a huge undertaking, according to Dr. John Ervin, who is overseeing some of the nation’s most important COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials at the Center for Pharmaceutical Research in Kansas City, Missouri.

“Until we get a proven vaccine that works, it may be that this [coronavirus] is going to mutate,” Ervin said. “We may have to change to a different vaccine. I think we’re waiting until easily next year until we get on top of this. And then it really has to do with the acceptance of vaccinations. I pray to God that the anti-vaxxers [don’t grow].”

Ervin added that, in a best-case scenario, stadiums will be at capacity next fall. A vaccine could be ready by next year, but there are multiple issues at hand. In order to get back to filling stadiums, the vaccine needs to be widely distributed, and it needs to be determined not only who to let in to those stadiums but how.

Ervin pointed out that team may want to identify who has been vaccinated before admitting them into a stadium. If not, what’s the point stamping out COVID-19? A February soccer match in Italy has already been linked to being the event that spread the virus throughout the country.

“We don’t need more evidence to know [filling stadiums] is a bad idea,” Binney said. “And anyone who says, ‘But they’ll wearing masks,’ I’d encourage you to look at crowd shots of any SEC game this year. Take a deep breath and try saying [that]

C.J. Anderson Comes Full Circle Back to Berkeley After NFL Career

C.J. Anderson is accustomed to starting at the bottom and working his way to a prominent position. He did it as a running back at Cal, then as an undrafted player who eventually scored a touchdown in a Super Bowl victory.

And now that his seven-year professional playing career is over, the 29-year-old Vallejo native is taking the next step in his football journey as a voluntary coach on Cal’s offensive staff.

Anderson, who retired from the NFL last month, hinted on social media that a coaching assignment was in his immediate future.

Asked by a fan a couple weeks back about becoming an NFL assistant, Anderson wrote on Twitter: “I want to coach a college team 1st. I’ve learned a lot from great players and coaches. I’m excited for my opportunity to grow and get my own program one day. If a NFL team calls about running them I’ll be ready.”

Turns out that first coaching opportunity comes at his alma mater, where in 2011 and ’12 Anderson rushed for 1,135 yards and 12 touchdowns.

C.J. Anderson fends off a Chargers would-be tackler.
Photo by Mark J. Rebelias, USA Today

“C.J.’s going to join us in a voluntary position, off the field, to support our offense and the football staff as needed,” coach Justin Wilcox told reporters on Tuesday. “He can’t coach the players — there’s rules as to what he can and cannot do. But we’re excited to have him here.”

Bradrick Shaw said on a Sunday call with reporters that Anderson has been part of recent Zoom meetings with the running backs.

CJ Anderson is excited to be back at Cal as a volunteer offensive assistant coach

Anderson got his start at Jesse M. Bethel High in Vallejo, where he rushed for nearly 4,000 career yards. Mostly overlooked by college recruiters, he attended Laney College for two seasons, where he attained JC all-state honors as a sophomore in 2010 when he rushed for 1,644 yards.

Even after averaging 6.3 yards per carry as a senior at Cal, Anderson went undrafted in 2013. Instead, the Denver Broncos signed him as a free agent, and Anderson spent five seasons with the club.

He earned Pro Bowl honors in 2014 when he ran for 849 yards and scored eight touchdowns. He also helped the Broncos to Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium, rushing for 90 yards and scoring a TD in their 24-10 win win over the Carolina Panthers.

C.J. Anderson won a Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos

Three years later he gained a carer-best 1,007 yards with the Broncos, after which Denver cut him. Carolina and the Raiders both signed him and he played portions of the 2018 campaign for both before each of those teams also cut him.

But Anderson never lost belief in his abilities and was signed by the Rams one week after the Raiders let him go.

He was an immediate smashing success on a team quarterbacked by ex-Cal star Jared Goff. Anderson rushed for 167 yards and a touchdown against Arizona just four days after signing, then had 132 yards and another TD in a regular-season ending win over the 49ers.

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Alabama vs. Ole Miss score: Live game updates, college football scores, NCAA highlights, full coverage

No. 3 Alabama is traveling to Ole Miss on Saturday evening with a highly-anticipated coaching matchup between Nick Saban and his former offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin taking center stage. Nevermind that Saban improved to 20-0 all-time against his former assistants last week, Saban and Kiffin going head to head has already created fireworks ahead of the game.

The Crimson Tide are coming off of a blowout over Texas A&M, while the Rebels knocked off Kentucky last week. Keep an eye on the offenses in what should be a shootout as long as the weather cooperates. Alabama quarterback Mac Jones has been money finding receivers DeVonta Smith, Jaylen Waddle and John Metchie III. That has allowed running back Najee Harris to get involved in the offense in a variety of ways, making this one of the most versatile units in the country. Kiffin has some weapons at his disposal, too. Quarterback Matt Corral has a rocket arm, and running back Jerrion Ealy is the best running back whose name you probably don’t know.

CBS Sports will be with you the entire way updating this story with the latest from Ole Miss at Alabama on Saturday night. Keep it locked here for live updates, highlights and more throughout the game.

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Clemson vs. Miami score: Live game updates, college football scores, NCAA highlights, full coverage

No. 1 Clemson will face a rare early-season test with No. 7 Miami coming to Death Valley in one of the most high-profile games not only of the season but in ACC football history. In the 66-year history of the league, there have only been 16 games between top 10 teams in the AP Top 25. The Hurricanes’ early-season surge with D’Eriq King leading a revamped offense has made this Saturday night special the 17th, and Miami fans hope this unusual set of circumstances might produce the most unusual result: Clemson losing an ACC game. 

The Tigers have won 40 of their 42 ACC regular-season games since the start of the 2015 campaign, including a clean sweep of every ranked foe that’s stood in its way. Clemson does as good a job as anyone in the country of stepping up to the challenge in these big-time games, winning in ways that affirm their status as the class of the conference. Miami strives to be that kind of program in the ACC, and a road win against the champs would go a long way to start changing its reputation of failing to meet expectations.  

CBS Sports will be with you the entire way updating this story with the latest from Miami at Clemson on Saturday night. Keep it locked here for live updates, highlights and more throughout the game.

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Pittsburgh vs Boston College Live Stream :NCAA Football Week 6 Full HD

Pittsburgh vs Boston College Live Online Football 2020 Free .Each Friday, the Sports Illustrated-AllGators staff will asdprovide predictions and pre-game analysis before the Florida Gators take on their weekly opponent.

We have decided to tally prediction records as the season goes on. These are purely based on Gators’ win/loss prediasdctioasdsadns, and not factoring in the spread. With that, each of our contributors has gotten off to an undefeated start for the 2020 season.

This week, Florida heads to College Station, Texas this week for its first ranked matchup of the season. The No. asd4 Gators will take on the No. 21 Texas A&M Aggies on Saturday at noon, on ESPN. Despite being the toughest opponent of the year thus far, and going on the road, our staff is once again confident that the Gators will exit with a victory.rturt

I think this game will be closer than some folks are letting on.

For one, a win against No. 4 Florida would be a massive tone-setter for Jimbo Fisher in his third year at Texas A&M, after what’s been a disappointing first two years of his 10-year, $75 million, fully guaranteasded contract. Against what’s been a struggling defense to put it lightly, the Aggies are capable of putting up points.

Not as many as Florida, though. A&M’s defense has allowed nearly 10.5 yards per passing attempt as quarterbacks are completing 71.4% of their passes. Gators quarterback Kyle Trask and his expansive arsenal of weapons have to be licking their chops. Pick your poison: Kyle Pitts asdand/or Kadarius Toney have themselves a big day, depending on how much attention is put on Pitts by the Aggies’ defense.rsdtu

Score: Florida 38, Texas A&M 33

Demetrius Harvey (2-0):

The Florida Gators will face a tough task this Saturday against the Texas A&M Aggies. A matchup that will ultimately be Florida’s toughest opponent thus far this season. The last time Florida faced off against Texas A&M was in 2017, a game in which came down to the wire. Ultimately, this game could come down to the wire too due to the explosiveness of the quarterbacks on both sides of the football, for different reasons.

The Gators will have a tough time containing veteran quarterback Kellen Mond, but will ultimately live by the arm of their own quarterback in Kyle Trask.

Score: Florida 42, Texas A&M 37

Graham Marsh (2-0):

I like a shootout here, Big-12 style. Texas A&M quarterback Kellen Mond has had his struggles, but he still threw for three touchdowns against Alabama this week while the Gators’ safety room is a massive concern.

Otherwise, Kyle Trask and Co. should have a huge day, huge enough to win a big game on the road. TAMU is young in the secondary and won’t be able to keep up with Kyle Pitts, Kadarius Toney, and Trevon Grimes all game long. I’m predicting a Big-12 style loss for the former Big-12 team.rtutrsd

Score: Florida 52, Texas A&M 45

Georgia vs. Tennessee score: Live game updates, college football scores, NCAA highlights, full coverage

No. 3 Georgia hosts No. 14 Tennessee on Saturday in an SEC on CBS Game of the Week that also serves as a key game in the league’s SEC East race. The presumed favorite in the division, Georgia, takes on a Tennessee team that boasts an eight-game winning streak but is still hoping to make a statement nationally. That streak is the longest the Volunteers have put together since winning 11 games over the 2015 and 2016 seasons.

Of course, that streak has come with wins over South Carolina (twice), Missouri (twice), Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Indiana and UAB. Some respectable wins, sure, but nothing that’s going to move the needle nationally. What matters more is how Tennessee fares against teams like Georgia, and that hasn’t gone well lately for the Vols. Georgia has won the last three meetings and eight of the last 10. The most recent three Dawgs wins have come by an average of 32 points each. Can the Vols pick up the first signature win of the Jeremy Pruitt era, or will Georgia prove that there’s still a lot of room between the two programs?

Watch No. 3 Georgia vs. No. 14 Texas A&M at 3:30 p.m. ET live on CBS and streaming for free on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App. We will be with you the entire way updating this story with the latest from the game. Keep it locked here for live updates, highlights and more throughout the game.

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Florida vs. Texas A&M score: Live game updates, college football scores, NCAA highlights, full coverage

Florida and Texas A&M combined to score just 36 points in 2017 and 37 in 2012 as they split their only meetings on the gridiron since the Aggies joined the SEC. When these teams meet for a third time as league foes on Saturday, they each might surpass the combined point total of those previous two meetings as No. 21 Texas A&M hosts No. 4 Florida in a game that figures to include plenty of offense.

Both teams have veteran quarterbacks, excellent tight ends and defenses still trying to find their way this season. Coming off a 52-24 loss to No. 2 Alabama, this game represents a chance for Texas A&M to prove it really has made progress toward competing with the SEC’s upper echelon under third-year coach Jimbo Fisher. For Florida, it’s the first opportunity of the season to play a ranked team after the Gators looked elite at times in season-opening wins over Ole Miss and South Carolina.

CBS Sports will be with you the entire way updating this story with the latest from Florida at Texas A&M on Saturday afternoon. Keep it locked here for live updates, highlights and more throughout the game.

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Full return for Weston’s younger students raises staffing issues

WESTON — Students are expected to fully return at the lower levels later this month, raising concerns for the school board about what that means for those still distance learning.

The Board of Education supported the lower schools switching to fully in-person and expanding the middle school’s hybrid learning to a full day beginning Oct. 26. But members raised concerns the plan the district’s administration presented Thursday could require additional staffing dedicated to distance learning. The high school would remain in its hybrid early-dismissal model.

“While in this document we are recommending hybrid full day, our energies are substantially on getting everybody back in,” Superintendent William McKersie said at a BOE meeting Thursday. “We want everybody back in — certainly K-5 we want them back in and that’s what the document is saying.”

The possibility of having to hire additional staff to designate teachers for the voluntary distance learning program caused concern for some Board of Education members.


“I don’t think hiring an added expense is just the quick easy answer,” BOE member Ruby Hedge said. “I think we need to get creative on all fronts.”

Hedge said the discussion on having a designated teacher for distance learning had been ongoing since the summer, and it had to be acknowledged a mistake may have been made that no moves were made.

“We have due diligence to do here on how we make the right decision, but still be financially responsible to this town,” she said.

Mckersie said the district was facing a critical pivot point. He said clarity on the distance learning program would be provided to the BOE in the coming days, including the proposed staffing arrangement and estimated cost.

“I can assure you if we aren’t looking at how to handle our voluntary distance learning students differently, the K-5 back in is going to be a struggle for those teachers,” he said. “We’re not going to address the voluntary distance learning issue.”

BOE member Melissa Walker said at a minimum a lot more time was needed to review the distance learning program. She said she was also concerned of designating new distance learning teachers to students who have already become accustomed to their current classes.

“Cost is just one of the many factors that I think have not been thought through thoroughly,” she said.

Mckersie said the administration was not trying to back anyone into a corner, but was working to run the system while modifying a new approach.

“We’re just trying to keep this moving and to do that in the best way possible,” he said.

BOE member Hillary Koyner said it would be helpful if the board could be provided a distance learning option without adding additional teachers.

“I don’t know how long this is going to go on for,” she said.

With a possible full return at the lower level, board members said community responsibility in keeping schools open will be key.

A district-wide pivot to temporary remote learning occurred earlier in the school year

Miami QB D’Eriq King has taken full advantage of transfer rules

He committed to one school (TCU) way back in 2015, then fashionably de-committed.

He committed to another school (Houston) as it fashionably touted its 2016 recruiting class.

He saw the head coach (Tom Herman) leave after one season, which was pretty fashionable.

He (King) proved fashionably versatile in a sport (among other sports) becoming more position-less.

He played two years for another coach (Major Applewhite), who got fired with fashionable haste.

Come late September 2019, he (King) ventured to the fashion vanguard, accepting his third coach’s advice to follow a new redshirt rule.

Come January 2020, he entered the fashionable transfer portal, announcing it fashionably by tweet during the national championship game.

In winter 2020, he transferred, the foremost fashion.

“Just playing with these guys for the first few weeks and getting a bye week, I think I have a better feel for what guys are good at,” he said this week in Miami’s media sessions. The quotation told of a quick-study necessity that, too, is fashionable.

So start with the transfer and work back.

Transfers grip the game as never before, their stigmas deceased and their pathways ever less cluttered. In the 2019-20 College Football Playoff, three of the four starting quarterbacks had transferred from other major programs, leaving 2021 NFL No. 1 pick Trevor Lawrence as the only one of the four as a one-school throwback.

When LSU quarterback Joe Burrow stood in New York in December 2019 to accept the Heisman Trophy, that made it three straight Heisman winners who had transferred from one FBS program to another. Among the 82 Heisman winners before that, only two had transferred from another major school, Cam Newton (2010) and Felix “Doc” Blanchard (1945), the latter switching from North Carolina to Army after he signed up for the Army during World War II.

“He’s just a very consistent young man,” Miami offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee said of King. “I mean, he’s the same kid every day … He’s so even-keeled. Again, he’s so consistent on game day. And you know, I think we’ve got a pretty good idea of putting him in position where he can just go play.” These days, the learning must speed up, especially when the coach himself has just transferred, as Lashlee did last winter from SMU.

Long before that, in late September 2019, Houston had fallen to 1-3 under yet another first-year coach, Dana Holgorsen. The Cougars had slipped there with a last-play loss to Tulane on a 53-yard touchdown catch by Jalen McCleskey, who in 2018 had used a new redshirt rule and had transferred, from Oklahoma State. The rule, installed mostly to help out athletes, allowed players to play up to four games in a season and then redshirt without burning that year of eligibility. Some saw Houston’s use of the rule with a senior quarterback as suboptimal. Others saw it as tanking on a season soured. Others saw it as clever fashion, which is often controversial.

Yet in part because the rule