2020 college football season starts

You can find information on when the 2020 college football season starts here. All scheduled games are tentative and the times and dates may change because of the coronavirus. Plans on how, when and if college football games will be played are changing, sometimes daily.

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The weekly schedules for each of the 76 FBS teams seem to undergo updates on a daily basis, with teams canceling or rescheduling based on the latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic. That said, the first FBS football games are set to take place on Thursday, marking the start of one of the strangest college football seasons in its 151-year history.

The opening weekend features nine games, though people hoping to see Power 5 representation will have to wait another week. All told, it’s a confusing, mercurial situation that can change at any given moment.

But Sporting News is here to make sure you have all the info you need to watch not only the Week 1 slate of games, but also the opening games for ACC, Big 12 and SEC teams. That includes times, dates, TV information, live stream options and more:

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The first game involving an FBS team will kick off on Thursday, Sept. 3. UAB (Conference USA) will host FCS opponent Central Arkansas at 8 p.m., followed by South Alabama (Sun Belt) traveling to take on Southern Miss (C-USA) at 9 p.m. ET.

The first fall Saturday games kick off two days later on Sept. 5. Six contests comprising independent, Group of 5 and FCS teams will take place. The opening weekend of the 2020 college football season will conclude on Labor Day as Navy (AAC) hosts independent BYU.

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Tulsa vs Oklahoma St. [Live Tickets]

Austin Peay vs Cincinnati [Live Tickets]

Miami vs Louisville [Live Tickets]

Louisiana vs Georgia St. [Live Tickets]

App State vs Marshall [Live Tickets]

Syracuse vs Pittsburgh [Live Tickets]

Houston vs Baylor [Live Tickets]

Boston College vs Duke [Live Tickets]

Navy vs Tulane [Live Tickets]

Liberty vs Western Ky. [Live Tickets]

SFA vs UTSA [Live Tickets]

Fla. Atlantic vs Ga. Southern [Live Tickets]

Troy vs Middle Tenn. [Live Tickets]

SMU vs North Texas [Live Tickets]

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Texas St. vs ULM [Live Tickets]

Wake Forest vs NC State [Live Tickets]

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UFC 251 Stream Official

UFC 251 Stream : How to watch UFC 251: live stream Usman vs Masvidal and the full Fight Island card on ESPN+ tonight. UFC is in Abu Dhabi tonight as the sport embarks on its Fight Island vacation – and kicking things off is a welterweight title bout that few thought would ever happen. Read on as we explain how to watch UFC 251 and live stream Usman vs Masvidal – catch the unmissable Octagon clash and the full card online with the help of our guide.

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The event’s big showdown had been due to see Kamaru Usman take to the Octagon against Gilbert Burns, however the Brazilian tested positive for Covid-19, bringing about the need for a new challenger.

WATCH UFC 251: USMAN VS MASVIDAL

UFC 251 takes place on Saturday, July 11 behind closed doors at Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island. Early prelims are set for 6-8 pm ET in the US, with prelims set to follow at 8-10 pm ET. The main card is then scheduled for 10pm ET / 7pm PT – and and American readers wanting to cut to the chase need only know that ESPN+ will be the place to watch the fight.

The news that Jorge Masvidal has been drafted in as an unlikely last-minute replacement, and that Usman’s welterweight title will remain on the line has UFC fans salivating. Arguably the fight most people wanted to see in the first place, UFC supremo Dana White had previously been unable to broker the match-up, but it now gives one of the sport’s most popular and charismatic figures a long-awaited shot at a title.

Masvidal vs Usman

Masvidal vs Usman How to Watch UFC 251: Live Stream Usman vs. Masvidal on ESPN+ Taking place on “Fight Island,” the big event is only available for ESPN+ subscribers, and we’ve found a bundle deal that gets you instant access to the action for 25% off. After weeks of anticipation, UFC 251 is finally upon us. The big event airs live tomorrow night (Saturday, July 11th) from “Fight Island,” a private resort in Dubai that’s been converted into a staging area and main ring for UFC fights. Prelims for UFC 251 start at 6pm ET with the main card starting time set for 10pm ET.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE

The main title match pits current welterweight champion Kamaru Usman against Jorge Masvidal, UFC’s 2019 Fighter of the Year. Masvidal was a last-minute replacement for top-ranked Gilbert Burns, after Burns tested positive for COVID-19 just last week. UFC officials have introduced a number of safety measures to curb any potential threats of the coronavirus on Fight Island. Fans will not be in attendance for UFC 251, and the company says all staff and athletes will be screened and have their temperature taken before entering the arena Saturday.

You can watch UFC 251 live on ESPN+, which lets you stream the fight on your phone, tablet, laptop or on your TV. Subscribers to the streaming service can watch the prelims for free. The main card, though, is a pay-per-view event available exclusively on ESPN+. To watch UFC 251, you’ll need to sign up for ESPN+ before paying the $64.99 PPV fee.

An ESPN+ membership costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. If you just want to access the fight, you can sign up for a month of service here, and then add the fight to your watchlist. The total price will be $70.

Your best deal is to snag ESPN’s current bundle promo, which gets you a year-long ESPN+ membership plus instant access to UFC 251 for just $84.98. The deal saves you more than 25% off, and you’ll have access to ESPN+ for an entire year, which will come in handy for UFC events down the line (Note: ESPN+ says existing subscribers who upgrade their current plan to an ESPN+ Annual Plan and purchase UFC 251 will be eligible for the 25% savings as well).

In addition to Usman vs. Masvidal, this weekend’s stacked card also features two other title fights: Peter Yan takes on Jose Aldo in the Bantamweight title match, and Alexander Volkanovski squares off against Max Holloway for the Featherweight championship. There are also two notable women’s fights on the card: Paige Vanzant vs. Amanda Ribas (Women’s Flyweight), and Jessica Andrade vs. Rose Namajunas (Women’s Strawweight).

UFC 251 is the first of four events scheduled to take place on Fight Island. The events were moved to Dubai after COVID-19 restrictions shut down most professional sporting events in the U.S. earlier this year.

Usman vs Masvidal

Usman vs Masvidal How to Watch UFC 251: Live Stream Usman vs. Masvidal on ESPN+ Taking place on “Fight Island,” the big event is only available for ESPN+ subscribers, and we’ve found a bundle deal that gets you instant access to the action for 25% off. After weeks of anticipation, UFC 251 is finally upon us. The big event airs live tomorrow night (Saturday, July 11th) from “Fight Island,” a private resort in Dubai that’s been converted into a staging area and main ring for UFC fights. Prelims for UFC 251 start at 6pm ET with the main card starting time set for 10pm ET.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE

The main title match pits current welterweight champion Kamaru Usman against Jorge Masvidal, UFC’s 2019 Fighter of the Year. Masvidal was a last-minute replacement for top-ranked Gilbert Burns, after Burns tested positive for COVID-19 just last week. UFC officials have introduced a number of safety measures to curb any potential threats of the coronavirus on Fight Island. Fans will not be in attendance for UFC 251, and the company says all staff and athletes will be screened and have their temperature taken before entering the arena Saturday.

You can watch UFC 251 live on ESPN+, which lets you stream the fight on your phone, tablet, laptop or on your TV. Subscribers to the streaming service can watch the prelims for free. The main card, though, is a pay-per-view event available exclusively on ESPN+. To watch UFC 251, you’ll need to sign up for ESPN+ before paying the $64.99 PPV fee.

An ESPN+ membership costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. If you just want to access the fight, you can sign up for a month of service here, and then add the fight to your watchlist. The total price will be $70.

Your best deal is to snag ESPN’s current bundle promo, which gets you a year-long ESPN+ membership plus instant access to UFC 251 for just $84.98. The deal saves you more than 25% off, and you’ll have access to ESPN+ for an entire year, which will come in handy for UFC events down the line (Note: ESPN+ says existing subscribers who upgrade their current plan to an ESPN+ Annual Plan and purchase UFC 251 will be eligible for the 25% savings as well).

In addition to Usman vs. Masvidal, this weekend’s stacked card also features two other title fights: Peter Yan takes on Jose Aldo in the Bantamweight title match, and Alexander Volkanovski squares off against Max Holloway for the Featherweight championship. There are also two notable women’s fights on the card: Paige Vanzant vs. Amanda Ribas (Women’s Flyweight), and Jessica Andrade vs. Rose Namajunas (Women’s Strawweight).

UFC 251 is the first of four events scheduled to take place on Fight Island. The events were moved to Dubai after COVID-19 restrictions shut down most professional sporting events in the U.S. earlier this year.

UFC 251 Full Fight

UFC 251 Full Fight How to Watch UFC 251: Live Stream Usman vs. Masvidal on ESPN+ Taking place on “Fight Island,” the big event is only available for ESPN+ subscribers, and we’ve found a bundle deal that gets you instant access to the action for 25% off. After weeks of anticipation, UFC 251 is finally upon us. The big event airs live tomorrow night (Saturday, July 11th) from “Fight Island,” a private resort in Dubai that’s been converted into a staging area and main ring for UFC fights. Prelims for UFC 251 start at 6pm ET with the main card starting time set for 10pm ET.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE

The main title match pits current welterweight champion Kamaru Usman against Jorge Masvidal, UFC’s 2019 Fighter of the Year. Masvidal was a last-minute replacement for top-ranked Gilbert Burns, after Burns tested positive for COVID-19 just last week. UFC officials have introduced a number of safety measures to curb any potential threats of the coronavirus on Fight Island. Fans will not be in attendance for UFC 251, and the company says all staff and athletes will be screened and have their temperature taken before entering the arena Saturday.

You can watch UFC 251 live on ESPN+, which lets you stream the fight on your phone, tablet, laptop or on your TV. Subscribers to the streaming service can watch the prelims for free. The main card, though, is a pay-per-view event available exclusively on ESPN+. To watch UFC 251, you’ll need to sign up for ESPN+ before paying the $64.99 PPV fee.

An ESPN+ membership costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. If you just want to access the fight, you can sign up for a month of service here, and then add the fight to your watchlist. The total price will be $70.

Your best deal is to snag ESPN’s current bundle promo, which gets you a year-long ESPN+ membership plus instant access to UFC 251 for just $84.98. The deal saves you more than 25% off, and you’ll have access to ESPN+ for an entire year, which will come in handy for UFC events down the line (Note: ESPN+ says existing subscribers who upgrade their current plan to an ESPN+ Annual Plan and purchase UFC 251 will be eligible for the 25% savings as well).

In addition to Usman vs. Masvidal, this weekend’s stacked card also features two other title fights: Peter Yan takes on Jose Aldo in the Bantamweight title match, and Alexander Volkanovski squares off against Max Holloway for the Featherweight championship. There are also two notable women’s fights on the card: Paige Vanzant vs. Amanda Ribas (Women’s Flyweight), and Jessica Andrade vs. Rose Namajunas (Women’s Strawweight).

UFC 251 is the first of four events scheduled to take place on Fight Island. The events were moved to Dubai after COVID-19 restrictions shut down most professional sporting events in the U.S. earlier this year.

UFC 251

How to Watch UFC 251: Live Stream Usman vs. Masvidal on ESPN+ Taking place on “Fight Island,” the big event is only available for ESPN+ subscribers, and we’ve found a bundle deal that gets you instant access to the action for 25% off. After weeks of anticipation, UFC 251 is finally upon us. The big event airs live tomorrow night (Saturday, July 11th) from “Fight Island,” a private resort in Dubai that’s been converted into a staging area and main ring for UFC fights. Prelims for UFC 251 start at 6pm ET with the main card starting time set for 10pm ET.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE

The main title match pits current welterweight champion Kamaru Usman against Jorge Masvidal, UFC’s 2019 Fighter of the Year. Masvidal was a last-minute replacement for top-ranked Gilbert Burns, after Burns tested positive for COVID-19 just last week. UFC officials have introduced a number of safety measures to curb any potential threats of the coronavirus on Fight Island. Fans will not be in attendance for UFC 251, and the company says all staff and athletes will be screened and have their temperature taken before entering the arena Saturday.

You can watch UFC 251 live on ESPN+, which lets you stream the fight on your phone, tablet, laptop or on your TV. Subscribers to the streaming service can watch the prelims for free. The main card, though, is a pay-per-view event available exclusively on ESPN+. To watch UFC 251, you’ll need to sign up for ESPN+ before paying the $64.99 PPV fee.

An ESPN+ membership costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. If you just want to access the fight, you can sign up for a month of service here, and then add the fight to your watchlist. The total price will be $70.

Your best deal is to snag ESPN’s current bundle promo, which gets you a year-long ESPN+ membership plus instant access to UFC 251 for just $84.98. The deal saves you more than 25% off, and you’ll have access to ESPN+ for an entire year, which will come in handy for UFC events down the line (Note: ESPN+ says existing subscribers who upgrade their current plan to an ESPN+ Annual Plan and purchase UFC 251 will be eligible for the 25% savings as well).

In addition to Usman vs. Masvidal, this weekend’s stacked card also features two other title fights: Peter Yan takes on Jose Aldo in the Bantamweight title match, and Alexander Volkanovski squares off against Max Holloway for the Featherweight championship. There are also two notable women’s fights on the card: Paige Vanzant vs. Amanda Ribas (Women’s Flyweight), and Jessica Andrade vs. Rose Namajunas (Women’s Strawweight).

UFC 251 is the first of four events scheduled to take place on Fight Island. The events were moved to Dubai after COVID-19 restrictions shut down most professional sporting events in the U.S. earlier this year.

UFC 251 Stream

UFC 251 Stream How to Watch UFC 251: Live Stream Usman vs. Masvidal on ESPN+ Taking place on “Fight Island,” the big event is only available for ESPN+ subscribers, and we’ve found a bundle deal that gets you instant access to the action for 25% off. After weeks of anticipation, UFC 251 is finally upon us. The big event airs live tomorrow night (Saturday, July 11th) from “Fight Island,” a private resort in Dubai that’s been converted into a staging area and main ring for UFC fights. Prelims for UFC 251 start at 6pm ET with the main card starting time set for 10pm ET.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE

The main title match pits current welterweight champion Kamaru Usman against Jorge Masvidal, UFC’s 2019 Fighter of the Year. Masvidal was a last-minute replacement for top-ranked Gilbert Burns, after Burns tested positive for COVID-19 just last week. UFC officials have introduced a number of safety measures to curb any potential threats of the coronavirus on Fight Island. Fans will not be in attendance for UFC 251, and the company says all staff and athletes will be screened and have their temperature taken before entering the arena Saturday.

You can watch UFC 251 live on ESPN+, which lets you stream the fight on your phone, tablet, laptop or on your TV. Subscribers to the streaming service can watch the prelims for free. The main card, though, is a pay-per-view event available exclusively on ESPN+. To watch UFC 251, you’ll need to sign up for ESPN+ before paying the $64.99 PPV fee.

An ESPN+ membership costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. If you just want to access the fight, you can sign up for a month of service here, and then add the fight to your watchlist. The total price will be $70.

Your best deal is to snag ESPN’s current bundle promo, which gets you a year-long ESPN+ membership plus instant access to UFC 251 for just $84.98. The deal saves you more than 25% off, and you’ll have access to ESPN+ for an entire year, which will come in handy for UFC events down the line (Note: ESPN+ says existing subscribers who upgrade their current plan to an ESPN+ Annual Plan and purchase UFC 251 will be eligible for the 25% savings as well).

In addition to Usman vs. Masvidal, this weekend’s stacked card also features two other title fights: Peter Yan takes on Jose Aldo in the Bantamweight title match, and Alexander Volkanovski squares off against Max Holloway for the Featherweight championship. There are also two notable women’s fights on the card: Paige Vanzant vs. Amanda Ribas (Women’s Flyweight), and Jessica Andrade vs. Rose Namajunas (Women’s Strawweight).

UFC 251 is the first of four events scheduled to take place on Fight Island. The events were moved to Dubai after COVID-19 restrictions shut down most professional sporting events in the U.S. earlier this year.

UFC 251 Live

How to Watch UFC 251: Live Stream Usman vs. Masvidal on ESPN+ Taking place on “Fight Island,” the big event is only available for ESPN+ subscribers, and we’ve found a bundle deal that gets you instant access to the action for 25% off. After weeks of anticipation, UFC 251 is finally upon us. The big event airs live tomorrow night (Saturday, July 11th) from “Fight Island,” a private resort in Dubai that’s been converted into a staging area and main ring for UFC fights. Prelims for UFC 251 start at 6pm ET with the main card starting time set for 10pm ET.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE

The main title match pits current welterweight champion Kamaru Usman against Jorge Masvidal, UFC’s 2019 Fighter of the Year. Masvidal was a last-minute replacement for top-ranked Gilbert Burns, after Burns tested positive for COVID-19 just last week. UFC officials have introduced a number of safety measures to curb any potential threats of the coronavirus on Fight Island. Fans will not be in attendance for UFC 251, and the company says all staff and athletes will be screened and have their temperature taken before entering the arena Saturday.

You can watch UFC 251 live on ESPN+, which lets you stream the fight on your phone, tablet, laptop or on your TV. Subscribers to the streaming service can watch the prelims for free. The main card, though, is a pay-per-view event available exclusively on ESPN+. To watch UFC 251, you’ll need to sign up for ESPN+ before paying the $64.99 PPV fee.

An ESPN+ membership costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. If you just want to access the fight, you can sign up for a month of service here, and then add the fight to your watchlist. The total price will be $70.

Your best deal is to snag ESPN’s current bundle promo, which gets you a year-long ESPN+ membership plus instant access to UFC 251 for just $84.98. The deal saves you more than 25% off, and you’ll have access to ESPN+ for an entire year, which will come in handy for UFC events down the line (Note: ESPN+ says existing subscribers who upgrade their current plan to an ESPN+ Annual Plan and purchase UFC 251 will be eligible for the 25% savings as well).

In addition to Usman vs. Masvidal, this weekend’s stacked card also features two other title fights: Peter Yan takes on Jose Aldo in the Bantamweight title match, and Alexander Volkanovski squares off against Max Holloway for the Featherweight championship. There are also two notable women’s fights on the card: Paige Vanzant vs. Amanda Ribas (Women’s Flyweight), and Jessica Andrade vs. Rose Namajunas (Women’s Strawweight).

UFC 251 is the first of four events scheduled to take place on Fight Island. The events were moved to Dubai after COVID-19 restrictions shut down most professional sporting events in the U.S. earlier this year.