UConn vs UMass live stream, odds, football game, channel, prediction, how to watch on CBS Sports Network

Week 10 of college football action on CBS Sports Network will feature five games over three days as the first weekend of November kicks off with a bang. With the final month of the regular season here, conference title races and bowl quests are in full swing across the country, and that will be reflected in the action.

First up is a Thursday night Conference USA battle between in-state foes UTEP and Rice, each looking for their fifth win of the season. Then on Friday, it will be a Northeast clash as UConn hosts UMass with the Huskies coming in hot off the back of three wins in their last four games.

Finally, it will be a tripleheader on Saturday, starting with a Conference USA matchup between Western Kentucky and a Charlotte team fresh off a win under interim coach Pete Rossomando. The final games of the day are between Mountain West teams, with Utah State hosting New Mexico in the afternoon before San Diego State and UNLV face off in the final game of the day.

It should be another fascinating weekend of football. Here’s a complete recap of all the action from Week 10 on CBS Sports Network. All times east.

UMass at UConn

Date: Friday, November 4 | Time: 7 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: UConn -15.5 | Will the Huskies cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 10 predictions

storylines: With four wins already, UConn is enjoying its best season since 2015 under first-year coach Jim Mora Jr. The Huskies beat Boston College for the first time in 13 meetings and have won three of their last four games. At 1-7, UMass is struggling under first-year coach Don Brown and coming off a 23-13 loss to New Mexico State. The Minutemen’s lone win came against Stony Brook of the FCS on September 17th.

Western Kentucky at Charlotte

Date: Saturday, November 5 | Time: 12 in the evening
location: Jerry Richardson Stadium – Charlotte, North Carolina
television: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live Stream: CBSSports.com | Movable: CBS Sports App
Distribution: Western Kentucky – 16 | Will the Hilltoppers cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 10 predictions

storylines: Western Kentucky is 5-4 and Charlotte is 2-7, but the teams are in opposite directions. The Hilltoppers just lost 40-13 at home to North Texas, and Charlotte just throttled Rice 56-23 on the road in Peter Rossomando’s first game as interim coach after firing Will Healy. The 49ers won’t be bowled this season, but Western Kentucky can secure its fourth bowl appearance in four seasons under coach Tyson Helton with a win here.

New Mexico at Utah

Date: Saturday, November 5 | Time: 3:30 in the afternoon
location: Maverick Stadium – Logan, Utah
television: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live Stream: CBSSports.com | Movable: CBS Sports App
Distribution: Utah State -16.5 | Will the Aggies cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 10 predictions

storylines: Utah State has won five straight in the series, but New Mexico may be sniffing an opportunity to end its losing streak. USU is just 3-5 this season since winning the Mountain West in 2021, and the Aggies are coming off a 28-14 loss at Wyoming. At just 2-6, New Mexico is also struggling, but the Lobos have been competitive for the most part during their 0-4 league start.

UNLV at San Diego State

Date: Saturday, November 5 | Time: 7 in the evening
location: Snapdragon Stadium – San Diego, California
television: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live Stream: CBSSports.com | Movable: CBS Sports App
Distribution: San Diego State -6.5 | Will the Aztecs cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 10 predictions

storylines: UNLV has already doubled its win total from the past two seasons, but the 4-4 Rebels are on a three-game losing streak and hope last week’s bye helped. San Diego State is also 4-4 after dropping a 32-28 game at Fresno State last week. The Aztecs racked up 449 yards, but couldn’t overcome five turnovers.

Which college football picks can you make with confidence in Week 10, 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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