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

As another fall Saturday is upon us, we've got all the game time and tv information you need for week four's biggest college football matchups.

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Where week three of the college football season had a few games of note, week four does as well.  Outside of maybe four or five games, though, the slate for this upcoming Saturday is pretty rough.  Still, it's another beautiful Saturday of football, so let us be grateful. Here's what we're watching this week, and then here's the full top 25 schedule (and SEC games) for week four.

Breakfast: College Gameday

There's no better way to start your fall Saturday than with Kirk, Lee, Chris and the gang, and that doesn't change this week.  Despite the crew being in Tallahassee for what should be a repeated blowout of last year's FSU massacre at Clemson, they are always fun to watch, both for the analysis and the "don't know what the expect" aspect of it.  Also, Corso is an FSU grad, so I hope to see him holding a fiery spear riding a white horse in full headdress when he picks the Seminoles.

Brunch: Iowa at Pittsburgh

Again, Saturday isn't the sexiest slate of games, but I wouldn't mind watching this game to kick things off.  You have to start somewhere, even if it's with Kirk Ferentz's offense.

Mid-Afternoon: Florida at Alabama [or] Virginia at BYU

On paper, Florida at Alabama looks like a potential blowout.  However, I just can't shake the feeling that it could be a close, ugly game that Alabama wins late.  Watch me be wrong.  On the flipside, I'm intrigued by the Virginia-BYU matchup, as the Cavaliers nearly knocked off UCLA to start the season, and they did take down Louisville last week.  BYU goes as Taysom Hill goes, and he goes everywhere.

Evening: MSU at LSU [or] Oklahoma at West Virginia

As an MSU fan, I'm torn with picking this as a "game to watch", because I'm nervous that it could be 31-10 at halftime.  That being said, this looks to be a decent game, and one of the better (hopefully) matchups for the evening.  I'm likely not wasting my time with Clemson-FSU (see: above mention of a blowout), which could be close early until Jameis Winston comes back after the half.  The Oklahoma-West Virginia game is an interesting one only because West Virginia gave Alabama a run for it in week one. The Mountaineers are 2-1 very quiety, and they do have the mad scientist, Dana Holgorsen. Anything could happen in couch-burning country.

And now, here's your full Top 25 and SEC schedule for week four:

TIME ROAD TEAM HOME TEAM NETWORK
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH
6:30 p.m. No. 5 Auburn - 20
No. 20 Kansas State - 14
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH
7 p.m.
Connecticut South Florida
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH
11 a.m.
Eastern Michigan
No. 11 Michigan State
11 a.m. Troy
No. 13 Georgia
11 a.m. Bowling Green
No. 19 Wisconsin
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11 a.m. Georgia Tech
Virginia Tech
11 a.m. Iowa
Pittsburgh
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2:30 p.m. Florida
No. 3 Alabama
2:30 p.m. No. 6 Texas A&M
SMU
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2:30 p.m. Virginia
No. 21 BYU
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2:30 p.m. North Carolina
East Carolina
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2:30 p.m. Utah
Michigan
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3 p.m. Indiana
No. 18 Missouri
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6 p.m. Mississippi State
No. 8 LSU
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6 p.m. Northern Illinois
Arkansas
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6:30 p.m. No. 4 Oklahoma
West Virginia
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6:30 p.m. No. 14 South Carolina
Vanderbilt
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7 p.m. No. 22 Clemson
No. 1 Florida State
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7 p.m. Miami (Fl)
No. 24 Nebraska
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9 p.m. California
Arizona
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9:30 p.m.
No. 2 Oregon
Washington State
9:30 p.m. San Diego State
Oregon State