How to watch College Football: FIU vs. New Mexico State, time, TV channel, live stream
The FIU Golden Panthers will face the New Mexico State Aggies on Wednesday in a Conference USA battle from Aggie Memorial Stadium.
FIU was on a three-game winning streak but were brought back down to earth this past week when they lost to Liberty 38-6 at home. Meanwhile, the Aggies are looking to bounce back after a 20-17 loss to Hawaii last game and will look for some consistency in the next half of the season.
We kick off the Week 6 of the college football slate on Wednesday night, here is everything you need to know to watch and stream the game.
FIU vs. New Mexico State
- When: Wednesday, October 4
- Time: 9:00 p.m. ET
- TV Channel: CBSSN
- Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)
How to watch College Football this season
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NCAA Football Odds and Betting Lines
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FIU vs. New Mexico State (-6.5)
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