Army vs. UConn live stream, odds, channel, prediction, how to watch on CBS Sports Network

The college football season is hitting the home stretch as Week 12 brings another full slate of games. As always, CBS Sports Network’s conference playoffs come down to the wire and teams compete for bowl eligibility, followed by a marathon of side-by-side action.

The action begins Wednesday when Northern Illinois hosts Miami (Ohio) in some midweek MACtion between two teams looking to bounce back from recent losses. Then Saturday brings four games from noon to midnight for viewers on the East Coast.

The War of Independence first broke out when Army hosted UConn from the new bowl-eligible Huskies. The action returns to the MAC later in the afternoon when Buffalo hosts Akron. Then, later in the evening, the Mountain West takes center stage in a pair of games with major conference title implications. Wyoming will host Boise State first in a game that could decide the Mountain Division. Finally, Fresno State travels to Nevada as the Bulldogs try and get closer to the West Division crown.

It should be another fascinating football weekend. Here’s a full recap of Week 12 action on CBS Sports Network. All the time Eastern.

UConn in the army

day – Saturday, November 19 | Time: 12:00 pm
Location: Michigan Stadium – West Point, New York
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live Streaming: CBSSports.com | mobile phone CBS Sports App
Distribution: Army -10 | Will the dark knights cover up? See sports line 12th week predictions

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Stories: First-year UConn coach Jim L. Mora has the Huskies Bohan, who qualified for the first time since 2015, coming off a 36-33 upset over Independence last week. The Huskies posted a shocking 4-32 record in the three seasons prior to his arrival. Army suffered a 10-9 loss at Troy last week, dropping to 3-6 on the year. Bowl eligibility is still possible, though, with a possible game at UMass to close out the season with the all-important Navy game next week.

Akron at Buffalo

day – Saturday, November 19 | Time: 3:30 p.m
Location: UB Stadium – Buffalo, New York
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live Streaming: CBSSports.com | mobile phone CBS Sports App
Distribution: Buffalo -15.5 | Do the bulls cover? See sports line 12th week predictions

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Stories: It was a difficult first season for Akron coach Joe Moorhead as he tried to reboot a program that had gone just 3-27 in the three years prior to his arrival. The Zips fell to 1-9 last week with a 34-28 loss to Eastern Michigan, but have been competitive each week in league play. Buffalo must win one of its last two games to qualify after a 31-27 loss at Central Michigan last week. The Bulls have won four straight.

Boise State in Wyoming

day – Saturday, November 19 | Time: 7 o’clock in the afternoon
Location: War Memorial Stadium – Laramie, Wyoming
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live Streaming: CBSSports.com | mobile phone CBS Sports App
Distribution: Boise State -14 | Will the Broncos cover? See sports line 12th week predictions

Stories: This will likely determine who will represent the Mountain West’s Mountain Division in the league title game. Wyoming kept its title hopes alive with a 14-13 win over Colorado State last week, while Boise State dominated Nevada on the ice. The Broncos lead the all-time series 15-1 and have won five straight, but this time the odds are even higher than usual.

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Fresno State in Nevada

day – Saturday, November 19 | Time: 10:30 p.m
Location: McKay Stadium – Reno, Nevada
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live Streaming: CBSSports.com | mobile phone CBS Sports App
Distribution: Fresno State -22.5 | Will the Bulldogs cover? See sports line 12th week predictions

Stories: Fresno State can take another step toward winning the West Division title in Mountain West play with a win over the Wolf Pack, which is on a seven-game losing streak. First year coach Ken Wilson’s team was competitive but failed to win the league. The Bulldogs are coming off a 37-30 win over Nevada, where star quarterback Jake Heiner threw for 313 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions.

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