Watch Boston College vs. Pittsburgh: How to live stream, TV channel, start time for Saturday’s NCAA Football game

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Who’s Playing

Pittsburgh @ Boston College

Current Records: Pittsburgh 3-1; Boston College 2-1

What to Know

After a four-game homestead, the Pittsburgh Panthers will be on the road. The Panthers and the Boston College Eagles will face off in an ACC battle at 4 p.m. ET on Saturday at Alumni Stadium. Pitt won’t have the home-field advantage, but they do enjoy a 6-point advantage in the spread.

It’s always hard to lose, and it’s even harder to lose by a single point. Just ask Pitt, the unfortunate recipient of a 30-29 loss at the hands of the NC State Wolfpack last week. What made the defeat an especially bitter pill for Pitt to swallow was that they had been favored by 14 points coming into the contest. Pittsburgh’s loss came about despite a quality game from QB Kenny Pickett, who passed for one TD and 411 yards on 39 attempts in addition to rushing for two TDs and 40 yards. That was the first 300+ yard effort for Pickett this season. Pickett’s sharp performance set his single-game rushing touchdown high for the season.

Special teams collected 11 points for Pitt. K Alex Kessman delivered a perfect 3-for-3 game.

Meanwhile, BC was within striking distance but couldn’t close the gap last week as they fell 26-22 to the North Carolina Tar Heels. The losing side was boosted by QB Phil Jurkovec, who passed for two TDs and 313 yards on 56 attempts.

Special teams collected ten points for the Eagles. K Aaron Boumerhi delivered a perfect 3-for-3 game.

The Panthers are now 3-1 while BC sits at 2-1. A couple defensive stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: Pitt enters the matchup with 19 sacks, which is the best in the nation. The Eagles are not quite


Week 6 Games, How to Watch, Live Stream

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Week 6 of the college football season features four ranked matchups, with the top three-ranked teams in the AP Top 25 Poll and one of college football’s most storied rivalries as No. 22 Texas and Oklahoma collide in the Red River Showdown.

For the first time since 2005, the Sooners arrive in Dallas as a non-ranked team after falling to 1-2 following a 37-30 loss against Iowa State last week, their first road loss to the Cyclones since 1960 and the first time they have lost back-to-back regular-season games since 1999. The Longhorns, meanwhile, have fallen from No. 9 to No. 22 after losing at home 33-31 to TCU last week.

Aside from the Red River Showdown, three of the top four teams in the nation— Clemson, Georgia and Florida—all face programs ranked in the AP Top 25 Poll. Clemson, top of the rankings since preseason, hosts No. 7 Miami, looking to extend its winning streak against the Hurricanes to three games. Both teams are 3-0, with the Tigers dispatching Virginia 43-21 last week to notch up a 24th consecutive win at home, while Miami returns from a Week 5 bye.

No. 3 Georgia, meanwhile, faces a ranked opponent for the second consecutive week when it hosts No. 14 Tennessee in an all-SEC East affair. The Bulldogs climbed from fourth to third in the AP Top 25 Poll after defeating then-No. 7 Auburn 27-6 at home last week, while the Volunteers moved up seven spots from 21st following a convincing 35-12 win at home against Missouri.

Elsewhere, No. 4 Florida faces No. 21 Texas A&M on the road in one of the five games in the 12 p.m. ET slot. The Gators won 38-24 at home against South Carolina last week but slipped down a spot in the rankings, while