2023 College Football Week 10 Schedule

The 2023 College Football Week 10 schedule is set and begins with a game between Toledo vs Buffalo on Tuesday, October 31 at Glass Bowl. However, we have figured out everything about College Football games today, start time, date, TV channel, and how to stream.

When is the Week 10 (2023)?

College Football Week 10 begins Tuesday, October 31, with kick-off at 7 PM or 7:30 PM ET on ESPN2 or ESPNU and the App.

2023 College Football Week 10 Full Schedule

Tuesday, October 31

MatchupTime (ET)TV
Buffalo @ Toledo7 or 7:30 pmESPN2 or ESPNU
NIU @ Central Michigan7 or 7:30 pmESPN2 or ESPNU

Wednesday, November 1

MatchupTime (ET)TV
Ball State @ Bowling Green7 or 7:30 pmESPN2 or ESPNU
Kent State @ Akron7 or 7:30pmESPN2 or ESPNU

Thursday, November 2

MatchupTime (ET)TV
16 TCU @ 20 Texas Tech7:00 PMFS1
Wake Forest @ Duke7:30 PMESPN
South Alabama @ Troy7:30 PMESPN2

Friday, November 3

MatchupTime (ET)TV
Boston College @ Syracuse7:30 PMESPN2
Colorado State @ Wyoming8:00 PMCBSSN

Saturday, November 4

MatchupTime (ET)TV
Kennesaw State @ Sam Houston1:00 PMESPN network
Army vs. Air Force (in Denver, CO)2:30 PMCBSSN
Louisiana Tech @ Liberty6:00 PMCBSSN
Middle Tennessee @ New Mexico State6:00 PMESPN network
WKU @ UTEP9:00 PMESPN network
Boise State @ Fresno State10:00 PMCBSSN
Utah State @ San Diego StateTime TBAFOX network
Navy @ TempleTime TBATV TBA
Georgia Tech @ VirginiaTime TBATV TBA
Miami (FL) @ NC StateTime TBATV TBA
Virginia Tech @ LouisvilleTime TBATV TBA
BYU @ West VirginiaTime TBATV TBA
Houston @ BaylorTime TBATV TBA
Kansas @ Iowa StateTime TBATV TBA
18 Kansas State @ 10 TexasTime TBATV TBA
Oklahoma @ Oklahoma StateTime TBATV TBA
UCF @ CincinnatiTime TBATV TBA
Charlotte @ TulsaTime TBATV TBA
Florida Atlantic @ UABTime TBATV TBA
12 Washington @ 4 USCTime TBATV TBA
19 Tulane @ East CarolinaTime TBATV TBA
USF @ MemphisTime TBATV TBA
23 UTSA @ North TexasTime TBATV TBA
Coastal Carolina @ Old DominionTime TBATV TBA
Georgia Southern @ Texas StateTime TBATV TBA
James Madison @ Georgia StateTime TBATV TBA
Louisiana @ Arkansas StateTime TBATV TBA
Marshall @ Appalachian StateTime TBATV TBA
ULM @ Southern MissTime TBATV TBA
Hawaii @ NevadaTime TBATV TBA
UNLV @ New MexicoTime TBATV TBA
3 Florida State @ PittTime TBATV TBA
UCLA @ ArizonaTime TBATV TBA
Merrimack @ UMassTime TBATV TBA
Nebraska @ Michigan StateTime TBATV TBA
Campbell @ 21 North CarolinaTime TBATV TBA
Illinois @ MinnesotaTime TBATV TBA
Iowa vs. Northwestern (in Chicago, IL)Time TBATV TBA
Jacksonville State @ South CarolinaTime TBATV TBA
24 Kentucky @ Mississippi StateTime TBATV TBA
7 LSU @ 6 AlabamaTime TBATV TBA
Stanford @ Washington StateTime TBATV TBA
Missouri @ 1 GeorgiaTime TBATV TBA
13 Notre Dame @ 9 ClemsonTime TBAABC
Arkansas @ FloridaTime TBATV TBA
5 Ohio State @ RutgersTime TBATV TBA
8 Penn State @ MarylandTime TBATV TBA
Purdue @ 2 MichiganTime TBATV TBA
Texas A&M @ 22 Ole MissTime TBATV TBA
UConn @ 11 TennesseeTime TBATV TBA
25 Wisconsin @ IndianaTime TBATV TBA
Arizona State @ 14 UtahTime TBATV TBA
California @ 15 OregonTime TBATV TBA
17 Oregon State @ ColoradoTime TBATV TBA
Auburn @ VanderbiltTime TBATV TBA

How to watch

There are many TV channels set to air the 2023 college football games in the local market, and national. However, ESPN, ESPN+, ACCN, FOX, FS1, CBSSN, and NBC have the rights to broadcast most of the Week 10 games online. You can get all the channels with a subscription to DIRECTV STREAM, fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV and enjoy streaming.