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2014 College Football Top 25 and SEC TV Schedule Week 10: How To Watch, Game Times, Channels

Get all of your viewing information right here for another really good weekend of college football.

Brett Deering

It's a brisk, beautiful morning here in Mississippi, and all across the country today, it's another beautiful day simply because we have another day full of college football. As we get deeper into the season, the matchups matter more, and that is never more true than it is today as several teams battle it out for conference and playoff pecking order. Should be another fun day of college football!

Enjoy folks, and here's your full college football games of interest schedule for week ten:

TIME ROAD TEAM HOME TEAM NETWORK
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30TH
6 p.m. No. 2 Florida State - 42
No. 25 Louisville - 31
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7 p.m. Troy - 10
Georgia Southern - 42
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31ST
6 p.m.
Cincinnati - 38
Tulane - 14
6:30 p.m.
Tulsa - 20
Memphis - 40
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST
11 a.m.
No. 18 Oklahoma
Iowa State
11 a.m. No. 23 East Carolina
Temple
11 a.m. No. 24 Duke
Pittsburgh
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11 a.m. Maryland
Penn State
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11 a.m. Louisiana-Monroe
Texas A&M
2:30 p.m. No. 7 TCU
No. 20 West Virginia
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2:30 p.m. Florida
No. 11 Georgia
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2:30 p.m. Purdue
No. 15 Nebraska
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3 p.m. Kansas
No. 13 Baylor
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3 p.m. Kentucky
Missouri
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6 p.m. No. 3 Auburn
No. 4 Ole Miss
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6:15 p.m. Arkansas
No. 1 Mississippi State
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6:30 p.m. Stanford
No. 5 Oregon
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6:30 p.m. Tennessee
South Carolina
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7 p.m. Oklahoma State
No. 9 Kansas State
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7 p.m. No. 10 Notre Dame
Navy
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7 p.m. Illinois
No. 16 Ohio State
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9:30 p.m.
No. 12 Arizona
No. 22 UCLA
10 p.m. No. 17 Utah
No. 14 Arizona State
Breakfast: College Gameday

After setting up shop in the SEC for the better part of the last six weeks, college football's greatest pregame show takes its talents to the John Denver mountains for the TCU-West Virginia matchup this weekend.  West Virginia has seemingly come out of nowhere in the last several weeks to become a legitimate Big 12 contender, while TCU -- a team managed by a defensive-minded coach -- is coming off of a game where they literally shot a season's worth of touchdown-celebrating fireworks in one afternoon.  The fan in me wants this game to be about 70-62, which is somewhat likely given both offenses' recent performances.  As for gameday, well they will be in the hill country known for burning couches in celebration of really anything, so expect the unexpected and probably some extra security for Herbstreit (because he's pretty).  Hopefully Corso will pick the Mountaineers with some type of weapon on display and a coonskin cap.

Brunch: Duke at Pittsburgh

Five or six years ago you might have looked at this matchup and expected one thing, but these days, the outcome is likely to swing the other way.  Duke is actually a pretty good football program now, and Pitt... well Pitt did this last week:

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Really this game is worth watching only to see if Pitt can top that from last week.  That, and with FSU's win Thursday night over Louisville, we all become Duke fans, because they are our last line of defense between the Noles and a playoff spot #TalkinBoutTheNoles

Mid-Afternoon: TCU at West Virginia [or] Purdue at Nebraska

The aforementioned game between the Horned Frogs and Mountaineers is one of the best games of the week, while Purdue and Nebraska is strangely intriguing to me.  What, did you think I was going to suggest you watch Georgia and Florida?  I would never do that to you, even if it is Halloween: a time for gruesome acts to be viewed.

Evening: Auburn at Ole Miss [or] Arkansas at Mississippi State [or] Oklahoma State at Kansas State

The nightcap features two really strong SEC games: one of which is essentially a playoff play-in game.  I've seen people pick Auburn quite a bit here during the week. However, I have a hard time betting against Ole Miss who will be at home and not in a great mood after a bad showing at Death Valley last week.  Either way, this should be a good game.  In Starkville, Arkansas comes in at 4-4 with another test for the #1 Bulldogs.  As a State fan, this game honestly scares me more than Kentucky did last week.  The Hogs will definitely test State.  And finally, the white wizard Bill Snyder has his team in the top ten with only a close Auburn loss that looks better every day blemishing their record.  They control their own destiny in the Big 12, and could be a playoff contender if they finish out the season how they started it.

That's it folks.  Just kick back, relax, and enjoy another beautiful day of the greatest game on earth: college football.