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2017 College Football Week 4 TV Schedule

ABC’s “Saturday Night Football” will feature a top-5 team for the fourth time in as many weeks when the No. 4 Penn State Nittany Lions play their first road game of the season at the 3-0 Iowa Hawkeyes at 7:30 p.m. on Sep. 23 as both teams open Big Ten play from Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa. The Hawkeyes will be looking to repeat history as last season Iowa upset then-No. 3 and undefeated Michigan at home on Saturday Night Football.

No. 17 Mississippi State at No. 11 Georgia (Sep. 23 at 7 p.m. on ESPN) will feature the only matchup of ranked SEC teams in week 4, as Mississippi State looks to knock off its second consecutive ranked conference opponent (LSU) and Georgia, which defeated Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. on Sep. 9, opens up conference play.

The following is the Week 4 college football regular season schedule featuring the Top 25 teams (according to the weekly Associated Press poll), including dates, start times, TV networks and scheduled announcers.

Thursday, Sep. 21, 2017 7:30 p.m.

Temple @ [21] South Florida (ESPN)
Announcers: Dave Flemming (play-by-play), Joey Galloway (analyst), Booger McFarland (analyst), Laura Rutledge (reporter)

Friday, Sep. 22, 2017 10:30 p.m.

[23] Utah @ Arizona (FS1)
Announcers: Brian Custer (play-by-play), Ben Leber (analyst)

Saturday, Sep. 23, 2017

Noon: UNLV @ [10] Ohio State (Big Ten Network)
Announcers: Kevin Kugler, Matt Millen

Noon: NC State @ [12] Florida State (ABC)
Announcers: Jason Benetti (play-by-play), Anthony Becht (analyst)

Noon: Kent State @ [19] Louisville (ACC Network)
Announcers: Wes Durham (play-by-play), James Bates (analyst)

2:00 p.m.: Old Dominion @ [13] Virginia Tech (ACC Network)
Announcers: Dave Weekley (play-by-play), John Gregory (analyst)

3:30 p.m.: [1] Alabama @ Vanderbilt (CBS)
Announcers: Brad Nessler (play-by-play), Gary Danielson (analyst), Allie LaForce (reporter)

3:30 p.m.: [16] TCU @ [6] Oklahoma State (ESPN)
Announcers: Steve Levy (play-by-play), Brian Griese (analyst), Todd McShay (reporter)

3:30 p.m.: [5] USC @
Cal
(ABC)
Announcers: Dave Pasch (play-by-play), Greg McElroy (analyst), Tom Luginbill (reporter)

3:30 p.m.: Boston State @ [2] Clemson (ESPN2)
Announcers: Dave LaMont (play-by-play), Kelly Stouffer (analyst), Kris Budden (reporter)

3:30 p.m.: Toledo @ [14] Miami (ACC Network)
Announcers: Evan Lepler (play-by-play), Takeo Spikes (analyst)

4:00 p.m.: [8] Michigan @ Purdue (Fox)
Announcers: Joe Davis (play-by-play), Brady Quinn (analyst)

6:00 p.m.: Nevada @ [21] Washington State (Pac-12 Network)
Announcers: Ted Robinson (play-by-play), Yogi Roth (analyst)m)

6:30 p.m.: [3] Oklahoma @ Baylor (FS1)
Announcers: Justin Kutcher (play-by-play), Petros Papadakis (analyst), Mark Helfrich (reporter)

7:00 p.m.: [17] Mississippi State @ [11] Georgia (ESPN)
Announcers: Joe Tessitore (play-by-play), Todd Blackledge (analyst), Holly Rowe (reporter)

7:00 p.m.: Syracuse @ [25] LSU (ESPN2)
Announcers: Anish Shroff (play-by-play), Ahmad Brooks (analyst), Julie Stewart-Binks (reporter)

7:00 p.m.: [22] San Diego State @ Air Force (CBS Sports Network)
Announcers: Ben Holden (play-by-play), Jay Feely (analyst)

7:30 p.m.: [20] Florida @ Kentucky (SEC Network)
Announcers: Tom Hart (play-by-play), Jordan Rodgers (analyst), Cole Cubelic (reporter)

7:30 p.m.: [15] Auburn @ Missouri (ESPNU)
Announcers: Mark Neely (play-by-play), Ray Bentley (analyst)

7:30 p.m.: [4] Penn State @ Iowa (ABC)
Announcers: Chris Fowler (play-by-play), Kirk Herbstreit (analyst), Maria Taylor (reporter)

10:00 p.m.: [24] Oregon @ Arizona State (Pac-12 Network)
Announcers: Roxy Bernstein (play-by-play), Anthony Herron (analyst)m)

10:00 p.m.: [7] Washington @ Colorado (FS1)
Announcers: Tim Brando (play-by-play), Spencer Tillman (analyst)

Written by Douglas Pucci

Douglas Pucci (a.k.a. “Son of the Bronx”) has worked with Mr. Berman for more than a decade. A Bronx native, NYU graduate and once-intern for VH1's "Pop Up Video," Pucci went on to design, build and maintain websites for various non-profit organizations in his hometown of New York City. He also contributes to the sports website Awful Announcing.

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