The fall football games officially kick off on Saturday.
The game schedule is expected to be released on Tuesday, with games including the Georgia Tech vs. Clemson and Michigan State vs. Nebraska games.
But that’s not the only game that’s going to kick off at noon ET.
The NCAA also announced that a slew of games in October will also be played in the fall.
We’re still looking into the schedule, but the list of games includes games like Penn State vs the Ohio State Buckeyes, Washington State vs BYU, Arizona vs Oregon State, Miami vs. LSU, Kansas vs Texas, Michigan vs. Wisconsin, Texas Tech vs Oklahoma, Alabama vs LSU, Oklahoma State vs LSU and Clemson vs Clemson.
This list includes a handful of home games, as well as one away game.
Some of these home games will be televised.
For instance, Texas A&M vs. Texas Tech will be on CBS, while TCU vs. Iowa will be played on ESPN.
Also, ESPN has announced that Texas A & M will be in prime time for its prime-time game against Ohio State on November 14.
ESPN also announced a date for a home game for the first time in its history, as part of its College GameDay.
On top of the games, the network is also expected to host a College GameDays special, featuring two games on Friday and Saturday.