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Cincinnati vs Tulsa Live Stream: Watch College football best bets, Week 8: Betting lines, score predictions for All NCAAF game, 2019 College Football TV Schedule: Week 8 Games, Where to Watch, Live Stream. By Dan Cancian On 10/14/19 at 3:47 AM EDT.  The following is the Week 8 college football regular season schedule including dates, start times, TV networks and scheduled announcers.

The two biggest matchups for Week 8 of the college football season come from two corners of the country, with No. 7 Penn State playing host to No. 16 Michigan in the Northeast and the No. 12 Oregon Ducks visiting No. 25 Washington in the Northwest.

And while Oregon and Washington duke it out for supremacy in the Pac-12 North, No. 17 Arizona State pays a visit to No. 13 Utah in a Pac-12 South showdown.

Elsewhere, the Nos. 2, 3 and 4 teams will all try to survive road games, with No. 2 LSU at Mississippi State, No. 3 Clemson at Louisville, and No. 4 Ohio State at Northwestern. And can No. 9 Florida get past South Carolina, which last week upset then-No. 3 Georgia?

Check out betting odds and score predictions against the spread for 22 of the top Week 8 games from The Oregonian/OregonLive’s Ken Goe, Sean Meagher and Joel Odom. We’ll bring you our predictions every week of the 2019 season.

And here’s how we’ve fared so far:

LAST WEEK

Straight up

Goe: 16-6

Odom: 16-6

Meagher: 15-7

Against the spread

Odom: 10-12

Goe: 8-14

Meagher: 7-15

SEASON TOTALS

Straight up

Goe: 111-47

Odom: 109-49

Meagher: 106-52

Against the spread

Meagher: 75-78-5

Goe: 74-79-5

Odom: 70-83-5
UCLA BRUINS (1-5) AT STANFORD CARDINAL (3-3)

When: 6 p.m. PT Thursday, Oct. 17

Where: Stanford Stadium | Stanford, California

TV channel: ESPN

Live stream: Watch ESPN / Watch ESPN apps

Betting line: Stanford by 7

Over/under: 52.5

Score predictions

Goe: Stanford 34, UCLA 28

Meagher: Stanford 35, UCLA 17

Odom: Stanford 31, UCLA 21
Week 7 had a dramatic impact on the college football rankings, with Clemson sliding to No. 3 and Georgia losing seven spots.

The national champions routed ACC rival Florida State 45-14 and extended their winning run to 21 games but slid to third in the Associated Press poll, their lowest ranking since the season began.
Alabama retained top spot after defeating No. 24 Texas A&M on the road 47-28, which saw the Aggies drop out of the Top 25 ranking.

LSU was the big mover of the week, climbing from fifth to second after defeating Florida 42-28 at home, while the Gators slid from seventh to ninth.

In Week 8, Alabama hosts Tennessee, while Clemson travels to Louisville and LSU takes on Mississippi State on the road.

Georgia, meanwhile, hosts Kentucky as it looks to rebound from a potentially season-defining loss. The Bulldogs lost at home 20-17 to SEC East rivals South Carolina in double overtime and dropped from No. 3 to No. 10.

Meanwhile, Oklahoma climbed up a spot to No. 5 after beating Texas 34-27 in Dallas in the Red River Showdown. The defeat sent the previously No. 11 ranked Longhorns down to No. 15, while Ohio State slid from No. 3 to No. 4 after a bye week.

Oklahoma welcomes West Virginia in Week 8, while the Buckeyes travel to Illinois to face Northwestern on Friday night.

Elsewhere, Penn State climbed from No. 10 to No.7 with a 17-12 road win over Iowa and will take on No. 16 Michigan at home in Week 8. The Hawkeyes, meanwhile, slipped from 17th to 23rd after their loss to the Nittany Lions and host Purdue on Saturday.

Here’s all you need to know about Week 8. When does Week 8 start?
Week 8 begins on Wednesday, October 16, when South Alabama takes on Troy on the road. Two games are on the slate for Thursday with Louisiana taking on Arkansas State on the road, while Stanford hosts UCLA.

Friday sees the first Top 25-ranked team in action in Week 8 as No. 4 Ohio State travels to Illinois to face Northwestern.

There are three Top 25-matchups on Saturday, with No. 7 Penn State hosting No. 16 Michigan, while No. 12 Oregon faces No. 25 Washington on the road and No. 13 Utah hosts No. 17 Arizona State.

TV coverage
As usual, coverage of the college football season is to be split across a variety of networks. ABC broadcasts games in the ACC, American, Big 12, Big Ten and Pac-12 conferences.

Games in the latter three conferences will also be broadcast on FOX and ESPN, with ESPN carrying matchups from the ACC, American, Mountain West, SEC and Sun Belt conferences.

CBS broadcasts SEC conference games, while NBC retains exclusive broadcasting rights to Notre Dame’s home games.

Live stream
Live streams throughout the season will be available via the broadcasters’ digital platforms, as well as fuboTV and DirecTV.

Week 8 TV schedule for college football Top 25 teams (All times ET)
Friday, October 16

Ohio State @ Northwestern—8:30 p.m., FS1
Saturday, October 17

LSU @ Mississippi State—12 p.m. or 3:30 p.m. or 6 p.m., CBS or ESPN
Florida @ South Carolina—12 p.m. or 3:30 p.m. or 6 p.m., CBS or ESPN
Clemson @ Louisville—12 p.m., ABC
West Virginia @ Oklahoma—12 p.m., FOX
Wisconsin @ Illinois—12 p.m., Big Ten Network
Auburn @ Arkansas—12 p.m., SEC Network
Purdue @ Iowa—12 p.m., ESPN2
Oregon @ Washington—3:30 p.m., ABC
Duke @ Virginia—3:30 p.m., ACCN
Temple @ SMU—3:30 p.m., ESPN2
Tulsa @ Cincinnati—3:30 p.m., ESPNU
UL Monroe @ Appalachian State—3:30 p.m., ESPN+
Kentucky @ Georgia—3:30 p.m. or 6 p.m., CBS or ESPN
Baylor @ Oklahoma State—4 p.m., FOX
Arizona State @ Utah—6 p.m., Pac 12 Network
Kansas @ Texas—7 p.m., Longhorn Network
Tulane @ Memphis—7 p.m.
Michigan @ Penn State—7:30 p.m., ABC
Florida State @ Wake Forest—7:30 p.m., ACCN
Tennessee @ Alabama—9 p.m., ESPN
Boise State @ BYU—10:15 p.m., ESPN2

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