Boston College vs UConn live stream, odds, channel, prediction, how to watch on CBS Sports Network

The last weekend of October has arrived, and for college football, that means another action-packed slate of games to watch. With conference races heating up across the country and bowl races gathering momentum, it’s shaping up to be another huge week in sports, and CBS Sports Network will bring you five games from across the country.

Two Conference USA teams rebooting under first-year coaches will kick things off Friday night when Mike McIntyre’s FIU hosts Louisiana Tech and new coach Sonny Coombe. After that, Saturday brings four more games spanning from noon to the wee hours of Sunday morning for viewers in the Eastern time zone. UConn hosts Boston College to kick things off on Saturday before the action heads to the AAC, where Navy hosts Temple in the afternoon slot. In the evening, FAU hosts UAB in a battle of teams finishing close in Conference USA losses. Finally, San Jose State hosts Nevada in a Mountain West battle to close out the night as the Spartans try to stay in contention for a division title.

It should be another fascinating weekend of football. Here’s the complete recap of all the action from Week 9 on CBS Sports Network. All times east.

Boston College at UConn

Date: Saturday, October 29 | Time: 12 in the evening
location: Pratt & Whitney Stadium – East Hartford, CT
television: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live Stream: CBSSports.com | Movable: CBS Sports App
Distribution: Boston College -7.5 | Will the Eagles cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 9 predictions

storylines: UConn needs just one more win to surpass its best win total since 2015 as the Huskies show signs of progress under first-year coach Jim Mora Jr. after a 1-11 season in 2021 d. They are coming off a bye and face a struggling Boston College team that needs a win before re-entering ACC play. The Eagles rank No. 119 in total offense and are last nationally in rushing offense behind a struggling offensive line.

A temple in the fleet

Date: Saturday, October 29 | Time: 3:30 in the afternoon
location: Navy and Marine Corps Memorial Stadium – Annapolis, Maryland
television: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live Stream: CBSSports.com | Movable: CBS Sports App
Distribution: Navy -13.5 | Will midshipmen cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 9 predictions

storylines: Navy is just 2-5, but the Midshipmen have shown flashes of showing they are capable of more than their record suggests. Wins over respected league foes East Carolina and Tulsa show what Navy is capable of on a good day. But Temple will frame this game as one of its best remaining chances to score an AAC victory this season under first-year coach Stan Drayton.

UAB at Florida Atlantic

Date: Saturday, October 29 | Time: 7 in the evening
location: FAU Stadium – Boca Raton, Florida
television: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live Stream: CBSSports.com | Movable: CBS Sports App
Distribution: UAB -4.5 | Will the Blazers cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 9 predictions

storylines: FAU nearly pulled the trigger on UTEP last week before the Miners hit a game-winning field goal as time expired. It was FAU’s fourth loss in its last five games, dropping the Owls to 3-5 overall and putting them in danger of back-to-back losses on the season. UAB is coming off a similarly close defeat after falling to 4-3 with a 20-17 loss at Western Kentucky last week. The Blazers won last year’s meeting 31-14.

Nevada at San Jose State

Date: Saturday, October 29 | Time: 10:30 in the evening
location: CEFCU Stadium – San Jose, CA
television: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live Stream: CBSSports.com | Movable: CBS Sports App
Distribution: San Jose State – 24.5 | Will the Spartans cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 9 predictions

storylines: San Jose State is coming off a 17-10 loss to Fresno State, but the Spartans remain firmly in the Mountain West Division race as three teams enter the week tied at 2-1 atop the standings. Nevada is still looking for its first league win under first-year coach Ken Wilson after falling 23-7 to San Diego State last week. The Wolfpack has won four of the last five and 11 of the last 13 in the series, including a 27-24 game last season.

Which college football picks can you make with confidence in Week 9, and which top 15 favorite will fall hard? Visit SportsLine to see which teams will win and cover the spread — all from a proven computer model that has returned nearly $3,000 in winnings over the past six-plus seasons — and find out.

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