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The college football season is coming to its final stretch as Week 12 arrives with another full state of games on the agenda. As usual, CBS Sports Network will host a marathon of action that stretches coast to coast as conference racing heats up to the brink and teams look for bowl eligibility.

The action begins Wednesday as Northern Illinois hosts Miami (Ohio) in a midweek MACtion between two teams looking to rebound from close losses. Then, Saturday brings four games that run from noon Eastern until after midnight for East Coast viewers.

A battle of the independents is up first as Army hosts UConn with the new bowl-eligible Huskies looking to stay hot. In the afternoon, the action returns to the MAC as Buffalo hosts Akron. Then, in the evening, the Mountain West takes center stage with a pair of games that carry major conference title implications. Wyoming hosts Boise State first in a game that could decide the Mountain Division. Finally, Fresno State travels to Nevada for the nightcap as the Bulldogs look to come within inches of the West Division crown.

It should be another exciting weekend of football. Here’s the complete roundup of all the action from Week 12 on CBS Sports Network. All eastern tenses.

UConn to the Army

Date: Saturday November 19th | Time: 12:00 pm
Position: Michie Stadium — West Point, New York
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
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Difference: Army -10 | Will the Black Knights cover? Check out SportsLine’s week 12 screenings

Textures: First-year UConn head coach Jim L. Mora has the Huskies bowl eligible for the first time since 2015 after a 36-33 win over Liberty last week. The Huskies had posted a dismal 4-32 record the previous three seasons prior to his arrival. Army suffered a heartbreaking 10-9 defeat in Troy last week, dropping to 3-6 on the year. Bowl eligibility remains possible, however, as a winnable game at Umass awaits next week before the all-important Navy game to close out the season.

Akron to Buffalo

Date: Saturday November 19th | Time: 3.30pm
Position: UB Stadium — Buffalo, New York
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live broadcast: CBSSports.com | Mobile: CBS Sports app
Difference: Buffalo -15.5 | Will the Bulls cover? Check out SportsLine’s week 12 screenings

Textures: It’s been a tough first season for Akron head coach Joe Moorhead as he tries to resurrect a program that went just 3-27 in the three years before he arrived. The Zips fell to 1-9 with a 34-28 loss to Eastern Michigan last week, but have been competitive nearly every week in the league. Buffalo must win one of its last two games to be bowl eligible after losing 31-27 at Central Michigan last week. The Bulls went on a four-game hitting streak in the series.

State of Boise in Wyoming

Date: Saturday November 19th | Time: 7:00 pm
Position: War Memorial Stadium — Laramie, Wyoming
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live broadcast: CBSSports.com | Mobile: CBS Sports app
Difference: Boise State -14 | Will the Broncos cover? Check out SportsLine’s week 12 screenings

Textures: This will likely determine who represents the Mountain Division of Mountain West in the championship title game. Wyoming kept its title hopes alive with a 14-13 win at Colorado State last week, while Boise State managed Nevada in the snow. The Broncos lead the series all-time 15-1 and have won five in a row, but the stakes will be even higher than usual this time around.

State of Fresno Nevada

Date: Saturday November 19th | Time: At 10.30pm
Position: Mackay Stadium — Reno, Nevada
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live broadcast: CBSSports.com | Mobile: CBS Sports app
Difference: Fresno State -22.5 | Will the Bulldogs Cover? Check out SportsLine’s week 12 screenings

Textures: Fresno State can take another step toward winning the West Division title in the Mountain West with a win over the Wolf Pack, who enter a seven-game losing streak. Head coach Ken Wilson’s freshman team was competitive but fell short of a breakout for a championship win. The Bulldogs come off a 37-30 win over Nevada in which star quarterback Jake Haener threw for 313 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions.

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