Week 10 of college football action on CBS Sports Network will feature five games over three days as the first weekend in November kicks off with a bang. With the final month of the regular season here, conference title races and bowl eligibility quests across the country are in full swing, and that will be reflected in the action.
First place on Thursday night was Rice’s 37-30 win vs. UTEP in a Conference USA battle between in-state enemies. Then, on Friday, UConn defeated UMass 27-10 as the Huskies won for the fourth time in their last five games.
Finally, Saturday will be a triple header, starting with a Conference USA showdown between Western Kentucky and a Charlotte team that just won a win under interim coach Pete Rossomando. The final games of the day are between Mountain West teams, as Utah State hosts New Mexico in the afternoon before San Diego State and UNLV face each other in the final game of the day.
It should be another exciting football weekend. Here’s the full rundown of all the action from Week 10 on CBS Sports Network. All times East.
New Mexico in the State of Utah
Date: Saturday November 5 | Time: 3:30 PM Location: Maverik Stadium — Logan, UtahTV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder] Live Stream: CBSSports.com | Mobile: CBS Sports AppSpread: Utah State -16.5 | Will the Aggies cover? View SportsLine’s Week 10 Forecasts
Storylines: Utah State has won the series five times in a row, but New Mexico may smell a chance to end its losing streak. USU is only 3-5 this season after winning the Mountain West in 2021, and the Aggies are coming off a 28-14 loss in Wyoming. At just 2-6, New Mexico is also struggling, but the Lobos were largely competitive during their 0-4 start in the league.
UNLV in the State of San Diego
Date: Saturday November 5 | Time: 7 p.m.Location: Snapdragon Stadium — San Diego, CaliforniaTV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder] Live Stream: CBSSports.com | Mobile: CBS Sports AppSpread: San Diego State -6.5 | Will the Aztecs cover? View SportsLine’s Week 10 Forecasts
Storylines: UNLV has already doubled its total wins from the past two seasons combined, but the 4-4 Rebels are on a three-game losing streak and hope last week’s farewell has done some good. San Diego State is also 4-4 after dropping a 32-28 game at Fresno State last week. The Aztecs gained 449 yards, but were unable to overcome five turnovers.
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