Week 6 opens with a game between Houston and Tulane at 7:30 PM, that game will be broadcast on ESPN in United States. In the AP Poll Top 25 that same day, No. 15 Coastal Carolina play Arkansas State on the road. The next day, Friday, October 8, Temple has a dangerous challenge against the nation's number five, Cincinnati, on the road.

The Top 25 offers the best games for Week 6, most of those games will be available on television, radio and the internet. On Saturday at 12:00 PM, the Arkansas Razorbacks look for a win after losing last week, they play Mississippi on the road.

The Georgia Bulldogs have an interesting game ahead against the Auburn Tigers at 3:00 PM, but an hour later begins one of the most anticipated games of Week 6, Penn State vs. Iowa. Number four versus number three in the nation.

NCAA College Football 2021-22 Week 6 Schedule: List of games and TV channels.

The list shows all the games for Week 6, there is no distinction between FBS or FCS games, the important thing is that the schedule is ordered with the starting time and the tv networks that will broadcast the game within United States.

Week 6    
Thursday Oct. 7  
Houston at Tulane 7:30 PM (ET) ESPN
No. 15 Coastal Carolina at Arkansas State 7:30 PM (ET) ESPNU
Friday Oct. 8  
Temple at No. 5 Cincinnati 7:00 PM (ET) ESPN
Charlotte at FIU 8:00 PM (ET) CBSSN
Morgan State at Howard 8:00 PM (ET) ESPNU
Stanford at No. 22 Arizona State 10:30 PM (ET) ESPN
Saturday Oct. 9  
Maryland at No. 7 Ohio State 12:00 PM (ET) FOX
No. 11 Michigan State at Rutgers 12:00 PM (ET) Big Ten Network
Vanderbilt at No. 20 Florida 12:00 PM (ET) SEC Network
Northern Illinois at Toledo 12:00 PM (ET) CBSSN
No. 6 Oklahoma vs. No. 21 Texas 12:00 PM (ET) ABC
No. 13 Arkansas at No. 17 Ole Miss 12:00 PM (ET) ESPN
Akron at Bowling Green 12:00 PM (ET) ESPN+
West Virginia at Baylor 12:00 PM (ET) FS1
South Carolina at Tennessee 12:00 PM (ET) ESPN2
No. 2 Georgia at No. 18 Auburn 3:30 PM (ET) CBS
Georgia Tech at Duke 12:30 PM (ET) ESPN3
Old Dominion at Marshall 2:00 PM (ET) CBSSN on Facebook
Wisconsin at Illinois 2:30 PM (ET) Big Ten Network
North Texas at Missouri 3:00 PM (ET) SEC Network
Virginia at Louisville 3:00 PM (ET) ACC Network
Miami (Ohio) at Eastern Michigan 3:30 PM (ET) ESPN+
Middle Tennessee at Liberty 3:30 PM (ET) ESPN3
No. 24 SMU at Navy 3:30 PM (ET) CBSSN
Central Michigan at Ohio 3:30 PM (ET) ESPN+
Florida State at North Carolina 3:30 PM (ET) ESPN
FAU at UAB 3:30 PM (ET) Stadium
No. 19 Wake Forest at Syracuse 3:30 PM (ET) ESPN2
UConn at UMass 3:30 PM (ET) FloSports/NESN
Boise State at No. 10 BYU 3:30 PM (ET) ABC
San Jose State at Colorado State 3:30 PM (ET) FS1
Ball State at Western Michigan 3:30 PM (ET) ESPNU
No. 4 Penn State at No. 3 Iowa 4:00 PM (ET) Fox Sports
Oregon State at Washington State 4:00 PM (ET) PAC-12 Network
East Carolina at UCF 6:00 PM (ET) ESPN+
LSU at No. 16 Kentucky 7:30 PM (ET) SEC Network
UTEP at Southern Miss 7:00 PM (ET) ESPN3
Wyoming at Air Force 7:00 PM (ET) CBSSN
UTSA at Western Kentucky 7:00 PM (ET) Stadium
TCU at Texas Tech 7:00 PM (ET) ESPN
Buffalo at Kent State 7:00 PM (ET) ESPNU
Georgia Southern at Troy 7:00 PM (ET) ESPN+
Georgia State at UL Monroe 7:00 PM (ET) ESPN3
South Alabama at Texas State 7:00 PM (ET) ESPN+
No. 14 Notre Dame at Virginia Tech 7:30 PM (ET) ACC Network
No. 9 Michigan at Nebraska 7:30 PM (ET) ABC
No. 1 Alabama at Texas A&M 8 PM (ET) CBS
Utah at USC 8 PM (ET) FOX
Memphis at Tulsa 9 PM (ET) ESPN2
New Mexico at No. 25 San Diego State 9 PM (ET) FS1
New Mexico State at Nevada 10:30 PM (ET) CBSSN
UCLA at Arizona 10:30 PM (ET) ESPN

The nation's number one Alabama Crimson Tide has an on the road game against Texas A&M at 8:00 PM. The Wolverines confront Nebraska on the road, the home team looks for an opportunity against one of the most dangerous offenses of the season.

The last games of the Top 25 teams are Florida against Vanderbilt at home, the Gators play again at home looking for a win to climb spots in the AP Poll table. And finally, No. 19 Wake Forest play Syracuse on the road.