College football: A fan’s guide to the Week 3 schedule

Before Week 3’s schedule, college football fans will have a wide variety of matchups to choose from.

You still have some college football games to watch in Week 3, even though it might be difficult to beat last week’s overall antics.

It’s unlikely that three teams ranked inside the Top 12 will lose at home consecutively, as happened with Notre Dame against Marshall, Texas A&M against Appalachian State, and Florida against Kentucky.

However, the season is still young enough for the clubs involved to still be getting to know one another. Fortunately, we have the unique privilege of being able to watch it all happen from the comfort of our couch.

This weekend, there is a right method to watch as many top-notch games as you can, and I’ll teach you how to do it.

How to see all the best games in Week 3 of college football, according to the coverage map

The schedule for every game on Saturday is shown below. Map courtesy of 506 Sports.

College football

Friday night Sept. 16

On Friday night, two games are being played. The Louisville Cardinals will play the Florida State Seminoles in the first game, which will be a pivotal contest between ACC Atlantic rivals.

Scott Satterfield would have had to win this game if the University of Louisville had fallen to UCF in Orlando last Friday.

Mike Norvell might get off to a perfect year’s start if Florida State triumphs. Additionally, Air Force in Wyoming will be active.

Most important games

  1. Florida State at Louisville: 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)
  2. Air Force at Wyoming: 8:00 p.m. ET (CBSSN)

Saturday early afternoon Sept. 17

In the first window of the Saturday afternoon schedule, there are three games you should pay attention to. As part of Big Noon Kickoff, former Big Eight rivals Oklahoma and Nebraska will square off in Lincoln.

This will be Nebraska’s first game following the firing of Scott Frost, despite the fact that the Sooners are led by first-time head coach Brent Venables. For now, Mickey Joseph is in charge. Read More