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As college football season reaches the second week of November, the sprint for bowl eligibility and conference title races are in full swing, and CBS Sports Network is hosting another full slate of action. Three FBS conferences and an independent team will be in action across six games on the network during Week 11. It all kicks off Tuesday night, when Western Michigan hosts Akron in a MAC battle.

The MAC action resumes Wednesday night, when Bowling Green hosts Toledo before Saturday brings non-stop action. In total, four games will be televised Saturday, starting with Army's game against Bucknell at noon ET in a game that can lift the Black Knights to bowl eligibility. Following that one is a critical Conference USA meeting between UAB and Marshall.

Finally, the day's two late window games take viewers to the Mountain West, where Colorado State will host Air Force for an in-state battle and San Diego State hosts Nevada in a battle of teams vying for the Mountain West title in what should be the best game of the day. Both are among the best Group of Five teams but in need of a victory to reach the conference championship game.

Here is the full rundown of all the Week 11 action on CBS Sports Network with all times Eastern.

Nevada at San Diego State

Date: Saturday, Nov. 13 | Time: 10:30 p.m.
Location: Dignity Health Sports Park -- Carson, California
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder
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Spread: San Diego State -2.5 | Will the Aztecs cover the spread? Check out SportsLine's Week 11 college football projections here.

Storylines: With these West Division foes both sporting 4-1 league records, this could wind up being the deciding factor in who reaches the Mountain West title game. The Aztecs got back to their winning ways with a victory at Hawaii last week after dropping their first game of the season against Fresno State on Oct. 30. Nevada's only league loss also came against Fresno State, but the Wolf Pack have won two straight since then behind the play of NFL Draft prospect Carson Strong at quarterback.

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