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2017 College Football Week 6 TV and Announcer Schedule

Michigan State and No. 7 Michigan meet on the Oct. 7 edition of ABC’s “Saturday Night Football” — the school’s 110th overall meeting all-time. However, it will be the first time the two schools meet under the lights and in prime time. In their storied rivalry, Michigan State has won seven of the last nine meetings, including a shocking, last minute win the last time the Spartans traveled to the Big House (Ann Arbor) in 2015. Michigan comes into the game undefeated this season and has yet to allow more than 17 points to an opponent.

The following is the Week 6 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, Oct. 5, 2017

8:00 p.m.: [17] Louisville @ [24] NC State (ESPN)
Announcers: Dave Flemming (play-by-play), Matt Hasselbeck (analyst), Tim Hasselbeck (analyst), Laura Rutledge (reporter)

Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017

Noon: Ole Miss @ [12] Auburn (SEC Network)
Announcers: Tom Hart (play-by-play), Jordan Rodgers (analyst), Cole Cubelic (reporter)

Noon: [5] Georgia @ Vanderbilt (ESPN)
Announcers: Mike Patrick (play-by-play), Tommy Tubberville (analyst), Paul Carcaterra (reporter)

Noon: Iowa State @ [3] Oklahoma (Fox)
Announcers: Brian Custer (play-by-play), Ben Leber (analyst), Jennifer Hale (reporter)

Noon: [4] Penn State @ Northwestern (ABC)
Announcers: Steve Levy (play-by-play), Brian Griese (analyst), Todd McShay (reporter)

Noon: Wake Forest @ [2] Clemson (ESPN2)
Announcers: Beth Mowins (play-by-play), Anthony Becht (analyst), Rocky Boiman (reporter)

3:30 p.m.: LSU @ [21] Florida (CBS)
Announcers: Brad Nessler (play-by-play), Gary Danielson (analyst), Allie LaForce (reporter)

3:30 p.m.: [23] West Virginia @ [8] TCU (FS1)
Announcers: Aaron Goldsmith (play-by-play), Brady Quinn (analyst), Bruce Feldman (reporter)

3:30 p.m.: [21] Notre Dame @ North Carolina (ABC)
Announcers: Bob Wischusen (play-by-play), Brock Huard (analyst), Allison Williams (reporter)

3:30 p.m.: [13] Miami @ Florida State (ESPN)
Announcers: Dave Pasch (play-by-play), Greg McElroy (analyst), Tom Luginbill (reporter)

4:00 p.m.: Oregon State @ [14] USC (Pac-12 Network)
Announcers: Roxy Bernstein (play-by-play), Chad Brown (analyst), Lewis Johnson (reporter)

4:00 p.m.: Maryland @ [10] Ohio State (Fox)
Announcers: Gus Johnson (play-by-play), Joel Klatt (analyst), Jenny Taft (reporter)

7:15 p.m.: [1] Alabama @ Texas A&M (ESPN)
Announcers: Joe Tessitore (play-by-play), Todd Blackledge (analyst), Holly Rowe (reporter)

7:15 p.m.: [16] Virginia Tech @ Boston College (ESPN2)
Announcers: Mike Corey (play-by-play), Ahmad Brooks (analyst), Roddy Jones (reporter)

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

8:00 p.m.: [11] Washington State @ Oregon (Fox)
Announcers: Tim Brando (play-by-play), Spencer Tillman (analyst), Holly Sounders (reporter)

8:00 p.m.: [9] Wisconsin @ Nebraska (Big Ten Network)
Announcers: Kevin Kugler (play-by-play), Matt Millen (analyst), Lisa Byington (reporter)

8:00 p.m.: [25] Central Florida @ Cincinnati (ESPNU)
Announcers: Roy Philpott (play-by-play), Tom Ramsey (analyst)

10:15 p.m.: Stanford @ [20] Utah (FS1)
Announcers: Eric Collins (play-by-play), Danny Janell (analyst), AJ Hawk (reporter)

10:45 p.m.: Cal @ [6] Washington (ESPN)
Announcers: Mark Jones (play-by-play), Rod Gilmore (analyst), Quint Kessenich (reporter)

10:45 p.m.: [19] San Diego State @ UNLV (ESPN2)
Announcers: Clay Matvick (play-by-play), Kirk Morrison (analyst)

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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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