College football schedule today: TV channels, start times to watch every NCAA game on Black Friday

The traditional Thanksgiving games have come and gone, but there is much more football left to be played before the final regular-season Saturday slate.

Several teams will take to the field a day early on Black Friday, ending their respective regular seasons before conference championship weekend. This season, that includes a sampling of five games involving at least one ranked team.

The headliner among those is NC State at No. 17 North Carolina, the latter of which can still finish the season as a one-loss ACC champion — and a potential problem for the College Football Playoff committee.

Elsewhere, No. 19 Tulane takes on No. 24 Cincinnati in a battle of ranked AAC opponents. With UCF currently lurking at No. 22, whoever wins at Nippert Stadium on Friday could end up in the Cotton Bowl, which will feature the highest-rated Group of 5 team this season.

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Another game that stands out even among the ranked contests is Florida at No. 16 Florida State. The Seminoles have enjoyed a resurgence of sorts under Mike Norvell and would love to finish the season on a strong note against the rival Gators.

The Sporting News has all the information you need and more to watch those games:

College football schedule today

National games in italics

Game Time (ET) TV channels
No. 21 Tulane and No. 25 Cincinnati It was ABC, fuboTV
Baylor and No. 23 Texas It was ESPN, fuboTV
Utah State and Boise State It was CBS, fuboTV
Central Michigan and Eastern Michigan It was CBSSN, fuboTV
Toledo and Western Michigan It was ESPNU, fuboTV
Arizona and Arizona State 3 p.m FS1, fuboTV
NC State and No. 17 North Carolina 3:30 p.m ABC, fuboTV
Arkansas and Missouri 3:30 p.m CBS, fuboTV
New Mexico and Colorado State 3:30 p.m CBSSN, fuboTV
Nebraska and Iowa 4 p.m Big Ten Network, fuboTV
No. 18 UCLA and Cal 4:30 p.m Fox, fuboTV
Florida and No. 16 Florida State 7:30 p.m ABC, fuboTV
Wyoming and Fresno State 10 p.m FS1, fuboTV

How to watch, live stream college football games

Several games will air on national television, nearly all of which can be streamed via fuboTV, which offers a free trial. Other options include the ESPN and Bally Sports apps, Paramount+ and conference-specific networks for the ACC, Big Ten and SEC.

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College football scores, results for Friday

No. 19 Tulane and No. 24 Cincinnati
Baylor and No. 23 Texas
Utah State and Boise State
Central Michigan and Eastern Michigan
Toledo and Western Michigan
Arizona and Arizona State
NC State and No. 17 North Carolina
Arkansas and Missouri
New Mexico and Colorado State
Nebraska and Iowa
No. 18 UCLA and Cal
Florida and No. 16 Florida State
Wyoming and Fresno State

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