Watch Jacksonville State vs. FIU Live: Stream, CBS Sports Network Channel, Odds


Watch Jacksonville State vs. FIU Live: Stream, CBS Sports Network Channel, Odds

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CBS Sports Network’s Week 9 coverage of the 2023 college football season promises excitement with a lineup of six thrilling games. The action commenced on Tuesday as New Mexico State triumphed 27-24 over Louisiana Tech in a Conference USA showdown.

On Wednesday, the spotlight turns to FIU as they welcome Jacksonville State, an FBS newcomer, in what promises to be an exciting match.

After a brief hiatus, Saturday returns with a jam-packed schedule. At noon ET, Army West Point faces off against UMass, offering an intriguing clash between independent teams. Following that, fans can look forward to two in-state battles: Ohio takes on Miami (Ohio) in a MAC afternoon showdown, while the undefeated No. 19 Air Force heads to Colorado State for an exciting Mountain West matchup in the early evening.

The day concludes with more Mountain West action in the late-night slot, featuring Nevada, who recently broke the nation’s longest losing streak, squaring off against New Mexico.

Throughout Week 9, CBS Sports Network will be your guide, providing comprehensive coverage of each game. In the meantime, catch up on essential details such as viewing information, storylines, and betting odds to make the most of this thrilling football experience.
Jacksonville State at FIU

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 25 | Time: 7 p.m.

Location: Riccardo Silva Stadium – Miami, Florida

TV: CBS Sports Network – [Channel finder]

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Spread: Jacksonville State -8 | Will the Gamecocks Cover? Check SportsLine’s Week 9 Projections Here

In Week 8, FIU staged an incredible double-overtime win against Sam Houston, ending a three-game losing streak. However, they now confront the formidable Jacksonville State, which has had a remarkable 6-2 start in its inaugural FBS season. FIU’s defense has struggled throughout the season, ranking second-to-last in Conference USA and outside the top 100 nationally, allowing an average of 440.8 yards per game.

To secure another victory, the Panthers must find a way to contain Jacksonville State’s ground attack, as the Gamecocks excel in rushing, ranking second in the conference with 211.3 yards per game but struggle in passing, sitting at the bottom of the conference with 166.5 yards per game.
Army Hosts UMass

Date: Saturday, Oct. 28 | Time: Noon

Location: Michie Stadium – West Point, New York

TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel Finder]

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Spread: Army -10 | Will the Black Knights cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 9 projections here


In a battle of struggling teams, UMass and Army are desperate to break their respective losing streaks. UMass, enduring a seven-game skid, suffered a brutal 63-0 loss to Penn State in Week 7 but found solace with a much-needed bye in Week 8. On the other hand, the Black Knights have failed to score since Week 6, succumbing to a 19-0 defeat against Troy and a resounding 62-0 loss to LSU over the past two weeks.

This Saturday, Army appears poised to rediscover their offensive rhythm as their triple-option attack faces off against a vulnerable UMass defense. The Minutemen have struggled mightily against the run, allowing an average of 224.9 rushing yards, ranking third-to-last among all FBS defenses this season. Will the Black Knights capitalize on this opportunity to put points on the board and end their drought? The answer lies in the upcoming clash at Michie Stadium.

Miami (Ohio) vs. Ohio

Date: Saturday, Oct. 28 | Time: 3:30 p.m. ET

Location: Peden Stadium – Athens, Ohio

TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel Finder]

Live Stream: | Mobile: CBS Sports App (Free)

Spread: Ohio -7 | Will the Bobcats Cover? Check SportsLine’s Week 9 Projections

In a potential MAC Championship Game preview, two of the three teams leading the conference standings clash. Both the RedHawks and Bobcats sport impressive 6-2 records, each claiming six victories in their last seven games. Miami was on a blazing six-game winning streak before narrowly falling to Toledo in Week 8. Ohio’s key advantage in this matchup may be their staunch run defense, limiting opponents to a mere 81.4 rushing yards on average, ranking ninth in the FBS. Combined with the home-field advantage, Ohio is poised to improve to 7-2 overall and 4-1 in conference play. Miami, however, received unfortunate news with quarterback Brett Gabbert undergoing season-ending surgery midweek.

No. 19 Air Force vs. Colorado State

Date: Saturday, Oct. 28 | Time: 7 p.m. ET

Location: Canvas Stadium – Fort Collins, Colorado

TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel Finder]

Live Stream: | Mobile: CBS Sports App (Free)

Spread: Air Force -11.5 | Will the Falcons Cover? Explore SportsLine’s Week 9 Projections

Air Force seems unstoppable, boasting a flawless 7-0 record after a Week 8 victory over Navy. The Falcons continue their ground dominance, leading the nation in rushing offense and possessing the second-best rushing defense. Even the passing game displayed life as quarterback Zac Larrier, returning ahead of schedule from a knee injury, completed the longest touchdown pass (94 yards) in school history against the Midshipmen. Air Force may thrive again against a Colorado State defense that ranks among the FBS’ weakest, allowing an average of 466.7 total yards. The Rams also struggle to establish their run, averaging just 79.7 rushing yards per game.

New Mexico vs. Nevada

Date: Saturday, Oct. 28 | Time: 10:30 p.m. ET

Location: Mackay Stadium – Reno, Nevada

TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel Finder]

Live Stream: | Mobile: CBS Sports App (Free)

Spread: Nevada -1.5 | Will the Wolf Pack Cover? Check SportsLine’s Week 9 Projections

Nevada’s season hasn’t been characterized by beauty, including a scrappy 6-0 win over San Diego State in Week 8. The Wolf Pack welcomes any momentum from their first victory in over a year, yet an offense averaging just 15.7 points per game, combined with a defense allowing 468.7 yards on average (second-to-last in the FBS), is far from a winning formula. New Mexico has grappled with similar defensive issues, with opponents averaging 421.4 yards and 32.6 points against the Lobos. However, New Mexico’s offense, averaging 29.9 points per game, has prevented them from sinking to the level of struggles Nevada has endured.

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