College Football Week 5 Schedule: TV and Live Stream Info for Every Game

Richard LangfordCorrespondent ISeptember 25, 2013

Dec 3, 2011; Atlanta, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray (11) throws a pass as he is pressured by LSU Tigers defensive end Kendrick Adams (94) during the second half of the 2011 SEC championship game at the Georgia Dome.  Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

After Week 4 saw way too many lopsided matchups, Week 5 promises to bring college football back to thrilling and meaningful games.

There are four games featuring matchups between teams in the top 25.

Georgia and LSU looks to be the closest and most enticing matchup of these games. That battle will be played at Sanford Stadium in Georgia at 3:30 p.m. ET and will be aired on CBS. It should be worth watching.

No. 6 LSU is off to a 4-0 start and is coming off of a 35-21 win over Auburn. Quarterback Zach Mettenberger has made vast improvements from last season. The Senior quarterback is hitting nearly 65 percent of his passes on the season and has 10 touchdowns to just one interception.

Meanwhile, Georgia (2-1) suffered a heartbreaking 38-35 loss to Clemson in their first game, but bounced back the next week and easily handled South Carolina with a 45-21 win.

Senior quarterback Aaron Murray is turning in another fine season. He is hitting 72 percent of his passes and has seven touchdowns to two interceptions.

This one is shaping up to be a high-scoring SEC affair.  

Another marquee game I'm anxious to watch will come from South Bend when No. 22 hosts No. 14 Oklahoma. 

The Irish are a solid 3-1 on the year, but they are also coming off of two lackluster performances with narrow wins over Purdue and Oklahoma State. The Notre Dame defense that was so stout last year has struggled at times this year, and it will be facing a high-powered Oklahoma offense in this one. 

The Sooners are a perfect 3-0, but this will be their first test against a ranked team. We should learn a lot about these teams from this game. 

The other top-25 matchups feature a couple of serious national title contenders with No. 1 Alabama hosting No. 21 Ole Miss and No. 4 Ohio State hosting No. 23 Wisconsin. 

Considering both Alabama and Ohio State are at home, it is really hard to see them losing. However, both should be entertaining games. 

Now, feel free to check out all the viewing information you can handle.

Week 5 College Football Schedule, TV Info
Date/Away TeamHome TeamTime (ET)TV
Thursday, Sept. 26   
Virginia TechGeorgia Tech7:30 p.m.ESPN
Iowa StateTulsa7:30 p.m.FOX Sports 1
Friday, Sept. 27   
Utah StateSan Jose State9:00 p.m.ESPN
Middle TennesseeBrigham Young9:00 p.m.ESPNU
Saturday, Sept. 28   
Oklahoma StateWest Virginia12:00 p.m.ESPN
South CarolinaUCF12:00 p.m.ABC
Miami (FL)South Florida12:00 p.m.ESPNU
Miami (OH)Illinois12:00 p.m.BTN
Northern IllinoisPurdue12:00 p.m.ESPN2
Southern MethodistTCU12:00 p.m.FOX
South AlabamaTennessee12:21 p.m.ESPN3
East CarolinaNorth Carolina12:30 p.m.ESPN3
VirginiaPittsburgh12:30 p.m.ESPN3
NavyWestern Kentucky2:00 p.m.ESPN News
AkronBowling Green2:30 p.m.ESPN3
TroyDuke3:00 p.m.ESPN3
ColoradoOregon State3:00 p.m.Pac-12 Network
ToldeoBall State3:00 p.m.ESPN3
Wake ForestClemson3:30 p.m.ESPNU
LSUGeorgia3:30 p.m.CBS
Florida StateBoston College3:30 p.m.ABC/ESPN 2
OklahomaNotre Dame3:30 p.m.NBC
UTEPColorado State3:30 p.m.CBS Sports Network
IowaMinnesota3:30 p.m.ABC/ESPN2
Central MichiganNorth Carolina State3:30 p.m.ESPN3
ConnecticutBuffalo3:30 p.m.ESPN3
ArmyLouisiana Tech4:00 p.m.FOX Sports 1
HoustonUTSA4:00 p.m. 
TempleIdaho5:00 p.m. 
AlbanyOld Dominion6:00 p.m. 
Ole MissAlabama6:30 p.m.ESPN
Texas A&MArkansas7:00 p.m.ESPN2
ArizonaWashington7:00 p.m.FOX
FloridaKentucky7:00 p.m.ESPNU
Florida AtlanticRice7:00 p.m. 
WyomingTexas State7:00 p.m.Longhorn Network
TulaneLouisiana-Monroe7:00 p.m.ESPN3
Kent StateWestern Michigan7:00 p.m.ESPN3
Arkansas StateMissouri7:30 p.m.ESPN3
UABVanderbilt7:30 p.m.ESPN3
WisconsionOhio State8:00 p.m.ABC
San Diego StateNew Mexico State8:00 p.m.ESPN3
UNLVNew Mexico8:00 p.m. 
Air ForceNevada8:00 p.m.CBS Sports Network
StanfordWashington State10:00 p.m.ESPN
Southern MissBoise State10:15 p.m.ESPNU
CaliforniaOregon10:30 p.m.Pac 12 Network
USCArizona State10: 30 p.m.ESPN2
Sunday, Sept. 29   
Fresno StateHawaii12:00 a.m. 
    
    

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