No more waiting, college football fans – the season is officially underway as of today, with five games between FBS on the Week 0 roster.
Fans may find Saturday’s deals meager compared to Saturday’s regular college football, but anything is better after a prolonged offseason. It should also be the first time we’ve seen full stadiums, considering the necessary precautions taken in the 2020 season amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In total, there are five games to watch on Saturday. But only three teams playing will be from a Power 5 conference: Nebraska in Illinois in a Big Ten opener, and UCLA, which welcomes Hawaii to start the season. The remaining three games take place between Group 5 teams and, in one game, an FCS opponent.
Like we said, the season isn’t exactly starting with massive games. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t any stories to watch, particularly on that Big Ten starter. Scott Frost may be feeling some pressure heading into the fourth year after three consecutive losing seasons at his alma mater. A win to start the season would be huge for him, but Illinois freshman coach Bret Bielema will be looking to make a triumphant return to the Big Ten.
We can’t wait to get started. With that, Sporting News has you covered on how to watch every game this weekend involving FBS teams:
College football schedule today
Here are all of the Week 0 college football games involving FBS teams.
Saturday August 28
|Play||Time (ET)||television channel|
|Nebraska in Illinois||1:20 pm||Fox, fuboTV|
|UConn at Fresno State||2 pm||CBS Sports Network, fuboTV|
|Hawaii at UCLA||3:30 pm||ESPN, fuboTV|
|UTEP in the state of New Mexico||9:30 pm|
|Southern Utah in the state of San José||10 p. M.||CBSSN, fuboTV|
How to watch, stream live college football games
Two FBS games will air on national television in Week 0, and the games will appear on Fox and ESPN.
Live streaming options include the ESPN app, Fox.com, ESPN +, or fuboTV, offering a free seven-day trial.
College Football Results Week 0
Saturday August 28
|Nebraska in Illinois|
|UConn at Fresno State|
|Hawaii at UCLA|
|UTEP in the state of New Mexico|
|Southern Utah in the state of San José|