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2017 College Football Week 7 TV and Announcer Schedule

Alabama and Georgia, the two remaining unbeaten teams in the Southeastern Conference (SEC), will both play conference home games in primetime on Saturday, Oct. 14 with the Crimson Tide hosting Arkansas on ESPN (7:15 p.m.) and the Bulldogs welcoming in Missouri on SEC Network (7:30 p.m.).

Alabama attempts to extend the nation’s longest home FBS winning streak (15 games) while the Razorbacks look to win at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala. for the first time since 2003.

Georgia, under second year head coach Kirby Smart, is off to its best start since 2005 (6-0) as they will host Missouri for just the third time ever.

The following is the Week 7 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.

Friday, Oct. 13, 2017

7:00 p.m.: [2] Clemson @ Syracuse (ESPN)
Announcers: Dave LaMont (play-by-play), Mack Brown (analyst), Jen Lada (reporter)

10:30 p.m.: [8] Washington State @ Cal (ESPN)
Announcers: Adam Amin (play-by-play), Dusty Dvoracek (analyst), Molly McGrath (reporter)

Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017

Noon: [24] Texas Tech @ West Virginia (ESPNU)
Announcers: Mike Couzens (play-by-play), John Congemi (analyst)

Noon: [6] TCU @ Kansas State (FS1)
Announcers: Joe Davis (play-by-play), Brady Quinn (analyst), Bruce Feldman (reporter)

Noon: [17] Michigan @ Indiana (ABC)
Announcers: Bob Wischusen (play-by-play), Brock Huard (analyst), Allison Williams (reporter)

Noon: [20] NC State @ Pitt (ACC Network)
Announcers: Evan Lepler (play-by-play), Takeo Spikes (analyst), Amanda Kuhl (reporter)

3:30 p.m.: [10] Auburn @ LSU (CBS)
Announcers: Brad Nessler (play-by-play), Gary Danielson (analyst), Allie LaForce (reporter)

3:30 p.m.: Baylor @ [14] Oklahoma State (FS1)
Announcers: Justin Kutcher (play-by-play), Mark Helfrich (analyst), Petros Papadakis (reporter)

3:30 p.m.: [12] Oklahoma @ Texas (ESPN)
Announcers: Joe Tessitore (play-by-play), Todd Blackledge (analyst), Holly Rowe (reporter)

3:30 p.m.: Purdue @ [7] Wisconsin (Big Ten Network)
Announcers: Kevin Kugler (play-by-play), Matt Millen (analyst), Lisa Byington (reporter)

3:30 p.m.: Georgia Tech @ [11] Miami (ABC)
Announcers: Mark Jones (play-by-play), Rod Gilmore (analyst), Quint Kessenich (reporter)

3:45 p.m.: [25] Navy @ Memphis (ESPNU)
Announcers: Mike Corey (play-by-play), Rene Ingoglia (analyst)

7:00 p.m.: East Carolina @ [22] Central Florida (CBS Sports Network)
Announcers: Rich Waltz (play-by-play), Aaron Murray (analyst), Cassie McKinney (reporter)

7:15 p.m.: Arkansas @ [1] Alabama (ESPN)
Announcers: Chris Fowler (play-by-play), Kirk Herbstreit (analyst), Maria Taylor (reporter)

7:30 p.m.: Missouri @ [4] Georgia (SEC Network)
Announcers: Tom Hart (play-by-play), Jordan Rodgers (analyst), Cole Cubelic (reporter)

7:30 p.m.: [9] Ohio State @ Nebraska (FS1)
Announcers: Gus Johnson (play-by-play), Joel Klatt (analyst), Jenny Taft (reporter)

7:30 p.m.: Cincinnati @ [18] South Florida (ESPNU)
Announcers: Roy Philpott (play-by-play), Tom Ramsey (analyst)

8:00 p.m.: Utah @ [13] USC (ABC)
Announcers: Steve Levy (play-by-play), Brian Griese (analyst), Todd McShay (reporter)

8:00 p.m.: [21] Michigan State @ Minnesota (Big Ten Network)
Announcers: Brandon Gaudin (play-by-play), Glen Mason (analyst), Elise Menaker (reporter)

10:30 p.m.: Boise State @ [19] San Diego State (CBS Sports Network)
Announcers: Carter Blackburn (play-by-play), Aaron Taylor (analyst), Jenny Dell (reporter)

10:45 p.m.: [5] Washington @ Arizona State (ESPN)
Announcers: Dave Pasch (play-by-play), Greg McElroy (analyst), Tom Luiginbill (reporter)

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