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

The college football regular season is winding down as Week 11 arrives with much still to be decided in the vast landscape of the sport. CBS Sports Network has another loaded schedule featuring six games in three days as programs jockey for conference titles, fight for bowl eligibility and try to close out strong.

After a MAC showdown between Kent State and Bowling Green on Wednesday night, the Mountain West will play a featured role on the schedule starting Friday night when UNLV hosts Fresno State in a battle of teams trending in opposite directions. Then on Saturday, it’s a game for the game with an interesting battle of independents as UConn hosts Liberty in a matchup between two teams with a lot of momentum.

As the day progresses, the Mountain West takes center stage again with Air Force hosting New Mexico in the afternoon. In the evening, Colorado State hosts Wyoming and Boise State travels to Nevada. With Boise State and Wyoming square off next week in a game with division title implications, both will have to avoid losing sight of the task at hand.

It should be another magical weekend of football. Here’s a complete recap of all the Week 11 action on CBS Sports Network. All weather Eastern.

Liberty at UConn

Date: Saturday, November 12 | Year: 12 pm
Location: Pratt & Whitney Stadium — East Hartford, Connecticut
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live broadcast: CBSSports.com | Mobile: CBS Sports app
Spreading: Liberty -14.5 | Will the Flames cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 11 projections

Story lines: UConn’s turnaround under first-year coach Jim Mora Jr. has been a sight to behold. The Huskies were just 4-32 in their last three seasons before his arrival, but are 5-5 and riding a two-game winning streak in his first year. However, it will be difficult to maintain it against Liberty. The Flames are 8-1 coming off a 21-19 win at Arkansas last week. Fourth-year coach Hugh Freeze has the program’s second 10-win season in the last three years.

New Mexico in the Air Force

Date: Saturday, November 12 | Year: 3:30 p.m
Location: Falcon Stadium — Colorado Springs, Colorado
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live broadcast: CBSSports.com | Mobile: CBS Sports app
Spreading: Air Force -24 | Will the Falcons cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 11 projections

Story lines: Air Force just won its first Commander-In-Chief trophy since 2016 with a 13-7 victory over Army last week. The Falcons also reached bowl eligibility in the process and should avoid an emotional upset this week while hosting a struggling New Mexico team. The Lobos have dropped six straight and are just 7-21 overall under third-year coach Danny Gonzales.

Wyoming at Colorado State

Date: Saturday, November 12 | Year: 7 p.m
Location: Canvas Stadium — Fort Collins, Colorado
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live broadcast: CBSSports.com | Mobile: CBS Sports app
Spreading: Wyoming -9 | Will the Cowboys cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 11 projections

Story lines: Wyoming can set up a huge Mountain West showdown with Boise State next week that could decide the Mountain Division title if it takes care of business here. The Cowboys have won three straight and had a bye last week. Colorado State is just 2-7 under first-year coach Jay Norvell and is coming off a 28-16 loss at San Jose State last week.

Boise State in Nevada

Date: Saturday, November 12 | Year: 10:30 p.m
Location: Mackay Stadium — Reno, Nevada
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live broadcast: CBSSports.com | Mobile: CBS Sports app
Spreading: Boise State -21 | Will the Broncos cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 11 projections

Story lines: Boise State’s incredible turnaround after an offensively lifeless 2-2 start hit a snag last week as the Broncos saw a four-game winning streak snap against BYU. Still, he remains a perfect 5-0 in league games and is heavily favored this week for a reason. Nevada is on a seven-game skid under first-year coach Ken Wilson after opening the season with non-conference wins over New Mexico State and Texas State. The Wolf Pack had a fourth-quarter lead on the road against San Jose State in their last game before faltering late.

Which college football picks can you make with confidence in Week 11, and which top-25 teams will fall hard? Visit SportsLine to see which teams will win and cover the spread — all from a proven computer model that has returned nearly $3,000 in winnings over the past six-plus seasons — and find out.

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