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Sep 15, 2012; East Lansing, MI, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish linebacker Danny Spond (13) celebrates after Notre Dame defeated the Michigan State Spartans 20-3 at Spartan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-US PRESSWIRE
Sep 15, 2012; East Lansing, MI, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish linebacker Danny Spond (13) celebrates after Notre Dame defeated the Michigan State Spartans 20-3 at Spartan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-US PRESSWIRE

This is a great college football weekend for those of us living in Cincinnati... and most of the entire country. While we provide the channels for college games being shown in Cincinnati, most of these games are shown nationally with a few exceptions -- The Big Ten Network does regional games and there is one game on a Cincinnati-specific channel only because it's a local team (Miami University).

That being said football fans in Cincinnati will have 31 games to choose from on Saturday, including 18 games featuring ranked teams and all but one in the top ten. There are three major games being highlighted between ranked teams; Michigan and Notre Dame, Clemson and Florida State and Kansas State and Oklahoma.

If you're favorite team isn't listed after the jump, check this weekend's ESPN3 schedule.

NOON (ET) KICKOFF

Alabama (Birmingham) at No. 16 Ohio State (BTN, Ch. 60, 333, 1333)
Bowling Green at No. 8 Virginia Tech (ESPNU, Ch. 303, 1303)
Kentucky at No. 14 Florida (WSTR, Ch. 11, 1011)
Virginia at No. 17 TCU (ESPN, Ch. 30, 301, 1301)
UTEP at Wisconsin (ESPN2, Ch. 31, 302, 1302)
Maryland at West Virginia (FX, Ch. 42, 205, 1205)
Massachusetts at Miami U. (WKRCDT2, Ch. 20, 989)
Mississippi at Tulane (FSN, Ch. 43, 309, 320, 1309)
Lafayette at Bucknell (CBSSN, Ch. 322, 1322)

1 PM (ET) KICKOFF

Yale at Cornell (NBCSP, Ch. 323, 1323)

3:30 PM (ET) KICKOFF

Missouri at No. 7 South Carolina (CBS, Ch. 12, 1012)
Eastern Michigan at No. 21 Michigan State (BTN, 60, 333, 1333)
Oregon State at No. 19 UCLA (ESPN2, Ch. 31, 302, 1302)
Temple at Penn State (ABC, Ch. 9, 1009)
East Carolina at North Carolina (ESPNU, Ch. 303, 1303)
Indiana (Pa.) at California (Pa.) (FCS, Ch. 321)
VMI at Navy (CBSSN, Ch. 322, 1322)

4:00 PM (ET) KICKOFF

Colorado at Washington State (FX, Ch. 42, 205, 1205)

4:30 PM (ET) KICKOFF

Harvard at Brown (NBCSP, Ch. 323, 1323)

6:00 PM (ET) KICKOFF

California at No. 13 USC (PAC12, Ch. 345)

7:00 PM (ET) KICKOFF

No. 2 LSU at Auburn (ESPN, Ch. 30, 301, 1301)
Rutgers at Arkansas (ESPNU, Ch. 303, 1303)
Wagner at Central Connecticut State (FCS, 321)

7:30 PM (ET) KICKOFF

No. 18 Michigan at No. 11 Notre Dame (NBC, Ch. 5, 990, 1005)
No. 15 Kansas State at No. 6 Oklahoma (FOX, Ch. 3, 1003)

7:45 PM (ET) KICKOFF

Vanderbilt at No. 5 Georgia (ESPN2, Ch. 31, 302, 1302)

8:00 PM (ET) KICKOFF

No. 10 Clemson at No. 4 Florida State (ABC, Ch. 9, 1009)
Fresno State at Tulsa (CBSSN, Ch. 322, 1322)
Syracuse at Minnesota (BTN, Ch. 60, 333, 1333)

10:30 PM (ET) KICKOFF

No. 22 Arizona at No. 3 Oregon State (ESPN, Ch. 30, 301, 1301)
Nevada at Hawaii (NBCSP, Ch. 323, 1323)