Four College Football Games Live Saturday

After bringing you five college football games last weekend, we are excited to bring you another four games this weekend. So, clear those Saturday plans, get comfy on the couch, and keep it locked on FloFootball. 


Lane College (0-3) @ Tuskegee (2-2)

Date: September 29 | Time: 1 PM CT | Where: Tuskegee, AL 

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Tuskegee aims to defend their home turf and keep SIAC rival Lane College winless on the year. 


Allen University (2-1) @ Clark Atlanta (0-4)

Date: September 29 | Time:  4 PM CT | Where: Atlanta, GA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Clark Atlanta looks to get their first win of the season against a tough Allen University squad. 


#16 Montana (3-1) @ Cal Poly (1-3)

Date: September 29 | Time: 6 PM CT | Where: San Luis Obispo, CA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

After suffering an upset loss to Western Illinois, Montana bounced back last weekend with a big win over Sacramento State. Saturday they hit the road for a showdown with a Cal Poly squad coming off a 50 point loss to Eastern Washington. 


Lamar (1-3) @ #22 Nicholls (2-2)

Date: September 29 | Time: 2:30 PM CT | Where: Thibodaux, LA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

After two straight losses, Nicholls stopped the bleeding against in-state rival McNeese last week. Now Lamar comes to town looking to snap a three-game losing streak of their own. 

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