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College football on television: Oct. 8

In this Oct. 31, 2015, file photo, Tennessee defensive end Derek Barnett sacks Kentucky quarterback Patrick Towles, left, during Tennessee’s win over Kentucky last year. Barnett leads the unbeaten Vols against No. 8 Texas A&M in College Station on Saturday.
In this Oct. 31, 2015, file photo, Tennessee defensive end Derek Barnett sacks Kentucky quarterback Patrick Towles, left, during Tennessee’s win over Kentucky last year. Barnett leads the unbeaten Vols against No. 8 Texas A&M in College Station on Saturday. Knoxville News Sentinel/Associated Press

The SEC Network’s Dave Neal, Matt Stinchcomb and Olivia Harlan will be at Commonwealth Stadium for Saturday’s Kentucky-Vanderbilt game at 4 p.m.

Meanwhile, Hurricane Matthew has forced schedule changes and television schedule changes this weekend. The LSU-Florida game in Gainesville, scheduled for ESPN, has been postponed. The Georgia-South Carolina game, scheduled for the SEC Network at 7:30 on Saturday, has been moved to 1:30 p.m. on Sunday.

As for the games that will be played Saturday, Tennessee-Texas A&M from College Station is the 3:30 CBS game with Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson and Allie LaForce.

Florida State at unbeaten Miami, which is still on schedule, is the ABC primetime game at 8 p.m. with Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstriet and Samantha Ponder.

Fox’s primetime game has Washington at Oregon at 7 p.m. with Gus Johnson and Joel Klatt.

Here’s the list of college football games being televised Saturday.

Saturday, Oct. 8

▪ 11:30 - Cincinnati at Connecticut (CBS Sports)

▪ 12:00 - Auburn at Mississippi State (ESPN)

▪ 12:00 - East Carolina at South Florida (ESPN News)

▪ 12:00 - Iowa at Minnesota (ESPN2)

▪ 12:00 - Maryland at Penn State (Big 10)

▪ 12:00 - Notre Dame at North Carolina State (ABC)

▪ 12:00 - Oklahoma vs. Texas (Fox Sports 1)

▪ 12:00 - TCU at Kansas (ESPNU)

▪ 3:00 - Houston at Navy (CBS Sports)

▪ 3:30 - BYU at Michigan State (ABC)

▪ 3:30 - Indiana at Ohio State (ESPN)

▪ 3:30 - Iowa State at Oklahoma State (ESPNU)

▪ 3:30 - Purdue at Illinois (Big 10)

▪ 3:30 - Tennessee at Texas A&M (CBS)

▪ 3:30 - Virginia Tech at North Carolina (ABC)

▪ 4:00 - Colorado at USC (Pac-12)

▪ 4:00 - Vanderbilt at Kentucky (SEC)

▪ 6:30 - Northern Illinois at Western Michigan (CBS Sports)

▪ 7:00 - Alabama at Arkansas (ESPN)

▪ 7:00 - Michigan at Rutgers (ESPN2)

▪ 7:00 - Texas Tech at Kansas State (ESPNU)

▪ 7:30 - Washington at Oregon (Fox)

▪ 8:00 - Florida State at Miami (ABC)

▪ 9:00 - California at Oregon State (Pac-12)

▪ 10:00 - Arizona at Utah (Fox Sports 1)

▪ 10:30 - UCLA at Arizona State (ESPN2)

▪ 10:30 - UNLV at San Diego State (ESPNU)

▪ 10:30 - Washington State at Stanford (ESPN)

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