2016 College Football Times and TV Schedule: Week 4

Here’s a look at when and where college football fans can catch all the best action from Week 4 of the 2016 season from the ACC and Top 25.

It’s hard to believe that we are just hours away from the final college football Saturday for the month of September in 2016. Sometimes, the good things go too fast, right?

By good things, I’m not talking about the outcome of what took place in Louisville last weekend, but the time to move forward is here for FSU football. After they have moved forward following what we hope is a win over USF, there is plenty of action for fans to tune into after the game.

While Weeks One and Three were studs and Week Two was a dud when it came to schedule strength, Week Four is a mixture of both: it has some positive qualities, but could stand to hit the gym one in a while.

Here’s the list for the rest of Week 4 of the 2016 campaign (as several conference ranked teams already played earlier this week).

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Sep 17, 2016; Louisville, KY, USA; Florida State Seminoles wide receiver Auden Tate (18) scores a touchdown against the Louisville Cardinals during the second quarter at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports

Saturday, September 17th

No. 13 Florida State at USF (12 PM on ABC)

Central Michigan at Virginia (12:30 PM)

East Carolina at Virginia Tech (12:30 PM on ACC Network)

Wagner at Boston College (1 PM)

Syracuse at UConn (1 PM on CBS Sports Network)

Duke at Notre Dame (3:30 PM on NBC)

Pittsburgh at North Carolina (3:30 PM on ESPNU)

Wake Forest at Indiana (3:30 PM on Big Ten Network)

No. 3 Louisville at Marshall (8 PM on CBS Sports Network)

Sep 17, 2016; Columbia, MO, USA; Georgia Bulldogs running back Nick Chubb (27) carries the ball against the Missouri Tigers in the first half at Faurot Field. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

Saturday, September 17th

Kent State at No. 1 Alabama (12 PM on SEC Network)

No. 12 Georgia at No. 23 Ole Miss (12 PM on ESPN)

No. 11 Wisconsin at No. 8 Michigan State (12 PM on Big Ten Network)

No. 19 Florida at No. 14 Tennessee (3:30 PM on CBS)

Penn State at No. 4 Michigan (3:30 PM on ABC)

No. 18 LSU at Auburn (6 PM on ESPN)

No. 6 Houston at Texas State (7 PM on ESPNU)

No. 20 Nebraska at Northwestern (7:30 PM on Big Ten Network)

Oklahoma State at No. 20 Baylor (7:30 PM on FOX)

No. 7 Stanford at UCLA (8 PM on ABC)

No. 17 Arkansas vs. No. 10 Texas A&M (in Arlington, TX) (9 PM on ESPN)

No. 8 Washington at Arizona (10:30 PM on Pac 12 Network)

Sep 10, 2016; Tallahassee, FL, USA; Charleston Southern Buccaneers wide receiver Jared Scotland (15) is brought down by Florida State Seminoles defensive back Levonta Taylor (1) during the second half at Doak Campbell Stadium. The Florida State Seminoles defeat the Charleston Southern Buccaneers 52-8. Mandatory Credit: Glenn Beil-USA TODAY Sports

Sep 10, 2016; Tallahassee, FL, USA; Charleston Southern Buccaneers wide receiver Jared Scotland (15) is brought down by Florida State Seminoles defensive back Levonta Taylor (1) during the second half at Doak Campbell Stadium. The Florida State Seminoles defeat the Charleston Southern Buccaneers 52-8. Mandatory Credit: Glenn Beil-USA TODAY Sports

Saturday, September 17th

Charleston Southern at Monmouth (1 PM)

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