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College football games today: 2023 NCAA college football schedule

College football games today
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

If you’re looking for information on all the college football games today, including where to watch them and TV schedule information, you’re in the right spot.

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College Football games today: 2023 CFB schedule

There are no college football games today. The Georgia Bulldogs are the 2022-’23 national champions, winning the CFP National Championship Game in consecutive years. We’ll see you this summer with early coverage for the 2023 college football season.

2023 college football schedule: Week 0

Here is the 2023 college football schedule for Week 0, which kicks off on Aug. 26. Kickoff times and TV info will be released later this summer,

DateMatchupTime (EST)TV Info
Saturday, Aug. 26Navy @ Notre Dame2:30 PMNBC
Saturday, Aug. 26UTEP @ Jacksonville State5:30 PMCBSSN
Saturday, Aug. 26UMass @ New Mexico State7:00 PMESPN
Saturday, Aug. 26Ohio @ San Diego State7:00 PMFox Sports 1
Saturday, Aug. 26Hawai’i @ Vanderbilt7:30 PMSEC Network
Saturday, Aug. 26San Jose State @ USC8:00 PMPAC 12
Saturday, Aug. 26FIU @ Louisiana State9:00 PMCBSSN

Week 1 NCAA Football Schedule

Here is the full college football schedule for Week 1 of the 2023 season. We’ll provide the top 25 schedule once AP releases its top 25 rankings.

Thursday, August 31

MatchupTime (EST)TV Info
Elon @ Wake Forest7:00 PMACC Network
Kent State @ UCF7:00 PMFox Sports 1
Rhode Island @ Georgia State7:00 PMESPN+
St. Francis (PA) @ Western Michigan7:00 PMESPN+
NC State @ UConn7:30 PMCBSSN
South Dakota @ Missouri8:00 PMSEC Network
Florida @ Utah8:00 PMESPN
Missouri State @ Kansas8:00 PMBig 12/ESPN+
Arkansas-Pine Bluff @ Tulsa8:00 PMESPN+
North Carolina A&T @ UAB8:00 PMESPN+
Southern Utah @ Arizona StateTBDTBD
Nebraska @ MinnesotaTBDTBD

Friday, September 1

MatchupTime (EST)TV Info
Central Michigan @ Michigan StateTBDTBD
Howard @ Eastern Michigan6:30 PMESPN+
Miami (OH) @ Miami7:00 PMACC Network
Louisville @ Georgia Tech7:30 PMESPN
Stanford @ Hawai’i11:00 PMCBSSN

Saturday, September 2

MatchupTime (EST)TV Info
Ball State @ Kentucky12:00 PMSEC Network
Utah State @ Iowa12:00 PMFS1
Bowling Green @ Liberty12:00 PMCBSSN
East Carolina @ Michigan12:00 PMPeacock
Fresno State @ Purdue12:00 PMBTN
Louisiana Tech @ SMU12:00 PMESPNU
Virginia @ Tennessee12:00 PMABC
Colorado @ TCU12:00 PMFOX
Northern Illinois @ Boston College12:00 PMACC Network
Arkansas State @ Oklahoma12:00 PMESPN
Mercer @ Ole Miss2:00 PMESPN+
Northern Iowa @ Iowa State2:00 PMBIG 12/ESPN+
Akron @ Temple2:00 PMESPN+
Long Island @ Ohio2:00 PMESPN+
Portland State @ Oregon3:00 PMPAC 12
UMass @ Auburn3:30 PMESPN
Ohio State @ Indiana3:30 PMCBS
South Florida @ Western Kentucky3:30 PMCBSSN
Boise State @ Washington3:30 PMABC
Tennessee State @ Notre Dame3:30 PMNBC
Wofford @ Pittsburgh3:30 PMACC Network
Eastern Kentucky @ Cincinnati3:30 PMBIG12/ESPN+
Rice @ Texas3:30 PMFOX
Gardner-Webb @ Appalachian State3:30 PMESPN+
Buffalo @ Wisconsin3:30 PMFS1
Towson @ Maryland3:30 PMBTN
Western Carolina @ Arkansas4:00 PMESPN+
SE Louisiana @ Mississippi State4:00 PMSEC Network
Colgate @ Syracuse4:00 PMESPN+
California @ North Texas4:00 PMESPNU
UT Martin @ Georgia6:00 PMESPN+
SC State @ Charlotte6:00 PMESPN+
Monmouth @ FAU6:00 PMESPN+
Citadel @ Georgia Southern6:00 PMESPN+
Bucknell @ James Madison6:00 PMESPN+
Albany @ Marshall6:00 PMESPN+
Maine @ Florida International6:30 PMESPN+
Nevada @ USC6:30 PMPac 12
New Mexico @ Texas A&M7:00 PMESPN
Alabama A&M @ Vanderbilt7:00 PMESPN+
Washington State @ Colorado State7:00 PMCBSSN
Texas State @ Baylor7:00 PMBIG 12/ESPN+
UTSA @ Houston7:00 PMFS1
Southeast Missouri State @ Kansas State7:00 PMBIG 12/ESPN+
Central Arkansas @ Oklahoma State7:00 PMBIG 12/ESPN+
Bethune-Cookman @ Memphis7:00 PMESPN+
Alcorn State @ Southern Miss7:00 PMESPN+
Stephen F. Austin @ Troy7:00 PMESPN+
Toledo @ Illinois7:30 PMBTN
Middle Tennessee @ Alabama7:30 PMSEC Network
North Carolina @ South Carolina7:30 PMABC
West Virginia @ Penn State7:30 PMNBC
Texas Tech @ Wyoming7:30 PMCBS
Northwestern State @ Louisiana7:30 PMESPN+
Old Dominion @ Virginia Tech8:00 PMACC Network
South Alabama @ Tulane8:00 PMESPNU
Western Illinois @ New Mexico State9:00 PMESPN+
Incarnate Ward @ UTEP9:00 PMESPN+
Northern Arizona @ Arizona10:00 PMPAC 12
Sam Houston @ BYU10:15 PMFS1
Coastal Carolina @ UCLA10:30 PMESPN
Idaho State @ San Diego State10:30 PMCBSN
Army @ UL MonroeTBDTBD
Robert Morris @ Air ForceTBDTBD

Sunday, September 3

MatchupTime (EST)TV Info
Northwestern @ Rutgers12:00 PMCBS
Oregon State @ San Jose State3:30 PMCBS
LSU @ Florida State7:30 PMABC

Monday, September 4

MatchupTime (EST)TV Info
Clemson @ Duke8:00 PMESPN

When does college football start?

The 2023 college football season begins with Week 0 on Saturday, Aug. 26. The Week 1 college football schedule kicks off on Saturday, Sep. 2 with all teams in the top-25 rankings taking the field in the regular-season opener.

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Who has the hardest college football schedule?

The Alabama Crimson Tide has the hardest college football schedule in 2023. After opening the season against Middle Tennessee, Alabama faces Texas, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Texas A&M, Arkansas, Tennessee, LSU and AUburn in 2023.

When does USC football start?

The USC Trojans schedule begins on Saturday, Aug. 26 when they face the San Jose State Spartans. USC plays in Week 0 and then faces Nevada in Week 1 on Sep. 2.

How many college football games are there in a season?

College football teams play approximately 11-12 games each season, with the number varying depending on bowl games and conference championship games. The college football season lasts approximately 13 weeks for the regular season in the FBS. With more than 100 FBS programs, there will be more than 1,000 games played on the 2022 college football schedule.

How many bowl games are there?

There will be 43 bowl games this year. The New Year’s Day bowl games feature some of the best teams in college football and the slate includes the Rose Bowl Game, the Fiesta Bowl and the Sugar Bowl.

How many college football teams are there?

There are 131 college football teams in the FBS, broken down into 10 individual conferences Here is a current list of the active college football conferences.

  • American Athletic Conference (AAC)
  • Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
  • Big 12 Conference (Big 12)
  • Big Ten Conference (Big Ten or B1G)
  • Conference USA (C-USA)
  • FBS Independent
  • Mid-American Conference (MAC)
  • Mountain West Conference (MW or MWC)
  • Pac-12 Conference (Pac-12)
  • Southeastern Conference (SEC)
  • Sun Belt Conference (Sun Belt or SBC)

Who won the college football national championship last year?

The Georgia Bulldogs defeated the Alabam Crimson Tide in the 2021 CFP National Championship Game.

GameTime (ET)TV
Georgia 33, Alabama 188:00 PM ESPN

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