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NCAA Football Viewing Guide: Week 3

There's more to week three than the epic showdown between Massachusetts and Vanderbilt. Check out all this week's games and where you can watch them.

Frederick Breedon

Vanderbilt and UMass will kick off the third week of the 2014 football season on Saturday morning, but don't let that monumental matchup be the only game you watch this week. Expand your horizons and branch out to some new teams with our handy watching guide.

Nothing to do tonight? How about settling in for an all-Ohio showdown between Cincinnati (and one-time Vandy QB target Gunner Kiel) and Toledo? What about the once-in-a-lifetime sight of seeing a top 10 team make the trip up to the University at Buffalo?

Saturday doesn't have much more to offer in terms of competitive matchups, but there are certainly some interesting ones. Boise State and Connecticut will square off in a game that was kinda/sorta set up in the old Big East. Iowa State and Iowa will continue a storied rivalry that features what I can only imagine is some kind of corn-based trophy. And Southeastern Louisiana and Tulane will battle over which team can truly be called "Dukes of the southern Louisiana swampgrounds."

Here's your full schedule:

Friday, September 12, 2014 Time (ET) TV
Toledo @ Cincinnati 7:00 PM ESPNU
(8) Baylor @ Buffalo 8:00 PM ESPN
Saturday, September 13, 2014 Time (ET) TV
Syracuse @ Central Michigan 12:00 PM ESPNEWS
Pittsburgh @ FIU 12:00 PM FS1
Georgia Southern @ Georgia Tech 12:00 PM ESPN3/ESGP
West Virginia @ Maryland 12:00 PM BTN/Overflow
Kent State @ (22) Ohio State 12:00 PM ABC/ESPN2
East Carolina @ (17) Virginia Tech 12:00 PM ESPN
UCF @ (20) Missouri 12:00 PM SEC Network
Massachusetts @ Vanderbilt 12:00 PM ESPN3/ESGP
Ohio @ Marshall 12:00 PM CBS Sports
Boise State @ Connecticut 12:00 PM ABC/ESPN2
Indiana @ Bowling Green 12:00 PM ESPNU
(21) Louisville @ Virginia 12:30 PM ESPN3/ESGP
Wyoming @ (2) Oregon 2:00 PM Pac-12
Air Force @ Georgia State 2:00 PM ESPN3
UC Davis @ Colorado State 3:00 PM
Indiana State @ Ball State 3:00 PM ESPN3
Kansas @ Duke 3:30 PM ESPN3/ESGP
Arkansas State @ Miami (FL) 3:30 PM ESPNU
Miami (OH) @ Michigan 3:30 PM BTN/Overflow
(6) Georgia @ (24) South Carolina 3:30 PM CBS
North Carolina State @ South Florida 3:30 PM CBS Sports
Iowa State @ Iowa 3:30 PM ESPN
Arkansas @ Texas Tech 3:30 PM ABC
Alabama A&M @ UAB 3:30 PM ASN
Louisiana-Lafayette @ (14) Mississippi 4:00 PM SEC Network
Mississippi State @ South Alabama 4:00 PM ESPNEWS
Minnesota @ TCU 4:00 PM FS1
Illinois @ Washington 4:00 PM FOX
Army @ (15) Stanford 5:00 PM Pac-12
Western Michigan @ Idaho 5:00 PM ESPN3
Southern Miss @ (3) Alabama 6:00 PM ESPN2
Eastern Michigan @ Old Dominion 6:00 PM
Louisiana-Monroe @ (10) LSU 7:00 PM ESPNU
Texas-San Antonio @ Oklahoma State 7:00 PM FSN
Wake Forest @ Utah State 7:00 PM CBS Sports
Tulsa @ Florida Atlantic 7:00 PM FCS
Western Kentucky @ Middle Tennessee 7:00 PM
Abilene Christian @ Troy 7:00 PM ESPN3
Northern Illinois @ UNLV 7:00 PM
Kentucky @ Florida 7:30 PM SEC Network
Purdue @ (11) Notre Dame 7:30 PM NBC
(9) USC @ Boston College 8:00 PM ESPN
Penn State @ Rutgers 8:00 PM BTN/Overflow
Tennessee @ (4) Oklahoma 8:00 PM ABC
(12) UCLA @ Texas 8:00 PM FOX
Navy @ Texas State 8:00 PM ESPNEWS
Portland State @ Washington State 8:00 PM Pac-12
New Mexico State @ UTEP 8:00 PM ASN
Southeastern Louisiana @ Tulane 8:00 PM ESPN3
Rice @ (7) Texas A&M 9:00 PM ESPN2
(16) Arizona State @ Colorado 10:00 PM ESPNU
Nebraska @ Fresno State 10:30 PM CBS Sports
Nevada @ Arizona 11:00 PM Pac-12
Northern Iowa @ Hawaii 12:00 AM