There’s a busy week on college football: the last match list ahead of the College Football Playoff Rankings It unveils its first order.

What will the first 25 centers look like? The usual suspects are likely to be at or near the top, but there are several games worth watching this weekend that could affect those rankings. Especially important will be No. 9 Indiana and No. 3 Ohio State, who both battle to help define the champion of the Big Ten East.

They’ve already done Hoosiers Beat Michigan, Michigan and Pennsylvania, So a win over Buckeyes – which hasn’t happened since 1988 – could win Indiana. Easier said than done: Justin Fields’ led by Ohio seems to be the real deal not only in the Big Ten, but also in the playoff race. Look for a similarly important race in the Big Ten West when No. 10 Wisconsin is No. 19 Northwestern.

The only other game ranked this week – No. 14 Oklahoma State (5-1, 4-1 Big 12) at 18th in Oklahoma (5-2, 4-2 Big 12) – can decide if the Big 12 has a skinny chance To conduct a playoff, or nothing at all. No team of Losers has ever reached the Finals, and the Cowboys will fully realize that when they face the Sooners in Norman. Oklahoma has not won in Bedlam since 2014.

It’s also worth noting that Cincinnati No. 7 and No. 8 BYU, two undefeated teams outside of Power 5, face unparalleled competition this week. None of the 5 teams and only one independent (Notre Dame) have played in the playoff match; Will this be the first year this trend has broken? If so, they may need to be cast to pass the playoff committee eye test.

With that, Sporting News covered how to watch each match featuring one of the top 25 teams and Team Power 5:

More: Watch select NCAA football matches live with fuboTV (7-day trial)

College Match Schedule, Week 12: What matches will be played today?

Thursday, November 19

Game Time (Eastern Time) TV channel
Tulane is at # 25 Tulsa 7:30 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV

Friday, November 20

Game Time (Eastern Time) TV channel
Syracuse in Louisville 7 pm ESPN, fuboTV
Bordeaux, Minnesota 7:30 p.m. Big Ten Network, fuboTV

Saturday, November 21

Game Time (Eastern Time) TV channel
No. 9 Indiana at No. 3 Ohio the noon Fox fuboTV
No. 6 Florida in Vanderbilt the noon ABC, fuboTV
Appalachia is in No. 15 coastal Carolina the noon ESPN, fuboTV
Central Arkansas at No. 24 Louisiana the noon ESPN2
Illinois, Nebraska the noon BTN, fuboTV
LSU in the network the noon SEC Network, fuboTV
North Alabama at No. 8 BYU 15:00 ESPN3
No. 7 Cincinnati in UCF 3:30 pm ESPN
UCLA is at No. 11 Oregon to be announced later on to be announced later on
No. 10 Wisconsin at No. 19 Northwestern 3:30 pm ABC, fuboTV
Cal in Oregon 3:30 pm Fox Sports 1, fuboTV
Iowa, Pennsylvania 3:30 pm BTN, fuboTV
Kentucky in No. 1 Alabama 4 m SECN, fuboTV
Kansas State No. 17 in Iowa 4 m Fox fuboTV
Abilene Christian in Virginia 4 m ESPN3
Virginia Tech in Pete 4 m ACC network, fuboTV
Tennessee at No. 23 Auburn 7 pm ESPN, fuboTV
Mississippi at No. 13, Georgia 7:30 p.m. SECN, fuboTV
No. 14 Oklahoma State at No. 18 Oklahoma 7:30 p.m. ABC, fuboTV
No. 21 Liberty in North Carolina 7:30 p.m. ESPN3
Missouri in South Carolina 7:30 p.m. SECN alternative
Michigan in Rutgers 7:30 p.m. BTN, fuboTV
Arizona, Washington 8 m Fox fuboTV
No. 20 USC in Utah 10:30 pm ESPN, fuboTV
Washington State at Stanford 11 m FS1, fuboTV

How to watch, live stream of college football games

Week 12 matches featuring ranked teams will be broadcast live on national television, with games appearing on ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, and Fox Live, and live broadcast options include WatchESPN, Fox.com or fuboTV. Which offers a free trial for seven days.

College Soccer Scores Week 12

Thursday, November 19

Friday, November 20

Game
Louisville 30, Syracuse 0
Minnesota 34, Bordeaux 31

Saturday, November 21

Game
No. 9 Indiana at No. 3 Ohio
No. 6 Florida in Vanderbilt
Appalachia is in No. 15 coastal Carolina
Illinois, Nebraska
LSU in the network
Central Arkansas at No. 24 Louisiana
North Alabama at No. 8 BYU
No. 7 Cincinnati in UCF
UCLA is at No. 11 Oregon
No. 10 Wisconsin at No. 19 Northwestern
Cal in Oregon
Iowa, Pennsylvania
Kentucky in No. 1 Alabama
Kansas State No. 17 in Iowa
Abilene Christian in Virginia
Virginia Tech in Pete
Tennessee at No. 23 Auburn
Mississippi at No. 13, Georgia
No. 14 Oklahoma State at No. 18 Oklahoma
No. 21 Liberty in North Carolina
Missouri in South Carolina
Michigan in Rutgers
Arizona, Washington
No. 20 USC in Utah
Washington State at Stanford