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Week 6 Full CFB TV Lineup, Streaming Schedule, and Husky Fan Rooting Guide

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Notre Dame takes on Virginia Tech as Texas prepares for Oklahoma and the Red River Shootout

NCAA Football: Virginia Tech at Virginia Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

The Huskies enter Week 6 with slim (but not very slim) hopes of getting to the College Football Playoff. Hardcore fans already know what the deal is. For those of you just now getting up to speed on how the College Football Playoff race is shaping up, here are some quick tips:

  • Alabama looks like they could beat both the Buffalo Bills and the Oakland Raiders ... at the same time.
  • Clemson isn’t quite the lock at #2 that many were expecting after seeing some attrition at QB and struggling with a last minute win over Syracuse last week, there is a sense that the ACC champions might get upset somewhere along the way
  • The Big Ten looks solid with Ohio State and Penn State looking just a thin cut ahead of Michigan, Wisconsin and Michigan State. The Buckeyes are in the catbird’s seat after having beat Penn State last week in what may have been the college game of the year so far (though UW vs Auburn wasn’t too shabby). The Big Ten will have a participant, but who?
  • Notre Dame is surging and has the cleanest (not to say it is easy) path to an undefeated season. The CFP has never had an independent participant before.
  • The Big 12 looks like it is ready to cannibalize itself. That process has already started with Texas having a win over TCU. With the main contenders all still mostly playing each other in the weeks ahead, expect chaos. Husky fans want as much of that as possible.

So, you are caught up. Let’s jump into a preview of this weekend’s games with a Husky fan’s spin. Here we go.

Utah State at BYU (Friday Night)

Root for: the team with the most missionaries

UW dismantled BYU in a pretty convincing fashion last weekend. Every single one of UW’s offensive drives crossed midfield while every single one of their defensive drives resulted in zero points scored save for the muffed punt series against UW’s reserves. It would be super helpful if BYU were to nut up and go on a tear and close the season back in the top 25.

Plus, they have an awesome mascot.

Cosmo the Cougar

Northwestern at #20 Michigan State

Root for: Michigan State

The Big Ten could use a little shaking up in the East. I wouldn’t mind seeing the Spartans make a run. Should they make a surprise run to the Big Ten championship, keep in mind that they and UW shared a common opponent with different results.

“you play to win the game”. - - Herm Edwards

Boston College at #22 NC State

Root for: a new ACC Atlantic champ

The Wolfpack are putting together an interesting season with an undefeated record up to this point. Their defense has been surprisingly stout. So much so, in fact, that I think they have a better than average chance at being the one team that could hang a loss on Clemson. Could NC State make a run at the ACC Atlantic.

Maybe, but they need to beat a feisty BC first.

#8 Auburn at Mississippi State

Root for: the team that beat your Huskies

This is your weekly reminder that it would sure be nice if Auburn quit making our loss to them look bad.

Arizona State at #21 Colorado

Root for: the Buffs

At this point, it would be somewhat useful to Washington’s playoff ambitions if Colorado were to become our South division foil. Run Ralphie Run.

#6 Notre Dame at #24 Virginia Tech

Root for: Hokies

Notre Dame’s victory over Stanford last week means they have just one serious competitor left to dispatch before they enter the soft part of their schedule. That would be the Virginia Tech Hokies.

The Hokies are every bit the match for the Irish and, in fact, are still in a great position to win the ACC. In fact, they are kind of a wild card for every other team dreaming about the Playoff. Since VT is essentially already disqualified, it helps every other contender if they just keep on winning. The bigger the better.

This is easily the most important game other than UW’s own in improving or harming Washington’s odds of getting into the four team playoff. So, c’mon Justin Fuente. Let’s do this thing.

#19 Texas at #7 Oklahoma

Root for: Texas

Washington’s playoff hopes will most be impacted by the trajectory of Notre Dame and the status of the Big 12 champ. Our rooting interest has been and will remain that whomever emerges out of the Big 12 do so with two losses. Right now, there are four teams with either one or zero losses: OKST, Texas, West Virginia and Oklahoma.

Of the four, I’m not yet terribly worried about West Virginia as they have to play each of those other three still ahead on their schedule. Texas could still be a problem as they already have a win over TCU (who is still a serious contender to win the conference championship). But I’ll take that problem over the Oklahoma problem any day of the week.

Hook ‘em!

Friday Night Lights

Matchup Time (PT) TV Streaming
Matchup Time (PT) TV Streaming
Georgia Tech at Louisville 4:00 PM ESPN WatchESPN.com
Middle Tennessee at Marshall 4:30 PM CBSSN CBSSports.com
Utah State at BYU 6:00 PM ESPN2 WatchESPN.com

Satuday Gameday

Matchup Time (PT) TV Streaming
Matchup Time (PT) TV Streaming
#1 Alabama at Arkansas 9:00 AM ESPN WatchESPN.com
#19 Texas at #7 Oklahoma 9:00 AM FOX FoxSportsGo.com
Kansas at #9 West Virginia 9:00 AM ESPN2 WatchESPN.com
Maryland at #15 Michigan 9:00 AM ABC WatchESPN.com
Northwestern at #20 Michigan State 9:00 AM FS1 FoxSportsGo.com
Tulane at Cincinnati 9:00 AM ESPNU WatchESPN.com
Buffalo at Central Michigan 9:00 AM CBSSN CBSSports.com
Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan 9:00 AM ESPN+ ESPN+
East Carolina at Temple 9:00 AM ESPNews WatchESPN.com
Missouri at South Carolina 9:00 AM SEC Network WatchESPN.com
Illinois at Rutgers 9:00 AM BTN FoxSportsGo.com
Syracuse at Pittsburgh 9:20 AM ACC Network WatchESPN.com
Boston College at #23 NC State 9:30 AM ACC Network WatchESPN.com
Northern Illinois at Ball State 12:00 PM None WatchESPN.com
#4 Clemson at Wake Forest 12:30 PM ESPN WatchESPN.com
#5 LSU at #22 Florida 12:30 PM CBS CBSSports.com
Florida State at #17 Miami 12:30 PM ABC WatchESPN.com
Iowa State at #25 Oklahoma State 12:30 PM ESPN2 WatchESPN.com
Ohio at Kent State 12:30 PM ESPN+ ESPN+
Miami (OH) at Akron 12:30 PM ESPN+ ESPN+
Navy at Air Force 12:30 PM CBSSN CBSSports.com
Bowling Green at Toledo 12:30 PM ESPN+ ESPN+
South Alabama at Georgia Southern 12:30 PM None WatchESPN.com
San Diego State at Boise State 12:30 PM ESPNU WatchESPN.com
South Florida at UMass 12:30 PM Eleven/NESN/WTTA UMassAthletics.com
Kansas State at Baylor 12:30 PM FS1 FoxSportsGo.com
Iowa at Minnesota 12:30 PM BTN FoxSportsGo.com
Indiana at #3 Ohio State 1:00 PM FOX FoxSportsGo.com
Arizona State at #21 Colorado 1:00 PM Pac-12 Networks Pac-12.com
UL Monroe at Ole Miss 1:00 PM SEC Network WatchESPN.com
New Mexico at UNLV 1:00 PM AT&T SportsNet None
Old Dominion at Florida Atlantic 2:00 PM Stadium Facebook.com
SMU at #12 UCF 4:00 PM ESPNU WatchESPN.com
#13 Kentucky at Texas A&M 4:00 PM ESPN WatchESPN.com
UAB at Louisiana Tech 4:00 PM Stadium Facebook.com
UTSA at Rice 4:00 PM None WatchESPN.com
Louisiana at Texas State 4:00 PM ESPN+ ESPN+
UConn at Memphis 4:00 PM CBSSN CBSSports.com
Vanderbilt at #2 Georgia 4:30 PM SEC Network WatchESPN.com
#8 Auburn at Mississippi State 4:30 PM ESPN2 WatchESPN.com
#10 Washington at UCLA 4:30 PM FOX FoxSportsGo.com
Nebraska at #16 Wisconsin 4:30 PM BTN FoxSportsGo.com
North Texas at UTEP 4:30 PM beIN Sports beINSports.com
#6 Notre Dame at #24 Virginia Tech 5:00 PM ABC WatchESPN.com
Liberty at New Mexico State 5:00 PM None Aggievision
Washington State at Oregon State 6:00 PM Pac-12 Networks Pac-12.com
California at Arizona 7:00 PM FS1 FoxSportsGo.com
Utah at #14 Stanford 7:30 PM ESPN WatchESPN.com
Colorado State at San Jose State 7:30 PM CBSSN CBSSports.com
Fresno State at Nevada 7:30 PM ESPNU WatchESPN.com
Wyoming at Hawai'i 8:59 PM Spectrum Sports PPV Stadium (App Only)