Another loaded slate of college football action is underway on CBS Sports Network featuring five games during Week 4 of the season. Beginning on Friday night and continuing on through Saturday, this week's lineup features games from across the country that should provide us with a better understanding of where things stand in Conference USA, the MAC and the Mountain West.
Up first was UTEP surprising Boise State 27-10, followed by a MAC contest between Buffalo and Eastern Michigan in Saturday's early window. In the afternoon, Western Kentucky will host FIU looking to improve to 3-1 on the season. Then, Mountain West foes Utah State and UNLV will tangle in the evening window before Western Michigan and San Jose State close things out with a late-night battle.
The first few weeks of the season have brought several reminders of just how unpredictable college football can be. With conference play starting to ratchet up, the intensity should only increase and bring more thrilling finishes along with some unexpected results.
Here is the full rundown of all the Week 4 action on CBS Sports Network. All times Eastern.
Western Michigan vs. San Jose State
Date: Saturday, Sept. 24 | Time: 10:30 p.m.
Location: CEFCU Stadium -- San Jose, California
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live stream: CBSSports.com | Mobile: CBS Sports App
Spread: San Jose State -7 | Will the Spartans cover? Check out SportsLine's Week 4 projections
Storylines: Western Michigan dropped to 1-2 with a 34-13 loss to Pittsburgh last week as the Broncos mustered just 180 total yards. The Spartans were off last week after a hard-fought 24-16 loss at Auburn in Week 2. The Spartans have been particularly stingy through two games in 2022 while seeking to reclaim the momentum gained during a 7-1 season in 2020. With league games ahead for both squads, this one will be critical for each team's hopes of reaching bowl eligibility.
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