November 10, 2012; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Texas A&M and star quarterback Johnny Manziel will be looking to repeat their success against the back-to-back defending national champions, Alabama, on Saturday. Photo Credit: USA Today Sports

When is Alabama vs. Texas A&M start time on Saturday?

After last season’s huge upset in Tuscaloosa, the Alabama Crimson Tide will look to continue their quest of a three-peat this weekend when they travel to College Station with revenge on their minds. The Crimson Tide will be taking on Johnny Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies on their own turf this time around and they will be looking to return the favor from last season and give the Aggies a big loss.

With everything that is surrounding the game, Alabama vs. Texas A&M is the marquee game of Week 3 of the college football season and all eyes will be on the action.

For those who can’t wait for this weekend’s game but are unsure of when it starts, you can watch the epic showdown on Saturday afternoon on CBS at 3:30 p.m. ET. You won’t want to miss this one.

Here is the full college football schedule for Week 3’s action:

Thursday, September 12
TIME (ET) MATCHUP TV PPV
7:30 PM No. 24 TCU at Texas Tech  
7:30 PM Troy at Arkansas State  
7:30 PM Tulane at Louisiana Tech FOX Sports 1
Friday, September 13
TIME (ET) MATCHUP TV PPV
8:00 PM Air Force at Boise State  

Saturday, September 14
TIME (ET) MATCHUP TV PPV
12:00 PM No. 5 Stanford at Army CBS Sports Network
12:00 PM No. 7 Louisville at Kentucky  
12:00 PM Akron at No. 11 Michigan Big Ten Network
12:00 PM Tulsa at No. 14 Oklahoma  
12:00 PM No. 16 UCLA at No. 23 Nebraska
12:00 PM Bowling Green at Indiana  
12:00 PM Western Illinois at Minnesota Big Ten Network
12:00 PM Virginia Tech at East Carolina FOX Sports 1
12:00 PM Georgia State at West Virginia
12:21 PM Southern Miss at Arkansas ESPN 3
12:30 PM Louisiana-Monroe at Wake Forest ESPN 3
12:30 PM New Mexico at Pittsburgh ESPN 3
1:00 PM Eastern Michigan at Rutgers ESPN 3
1:00 PM Fordham at Temple ESPN 3
2:00 PM Fresno State at Colorado
2:00 PM Youngstown State at Michigan State Big Ten Network
3:00 PM Boston College at USC Pac-12 Network
3:30 PM No. 1 Alabama at No. 6 Texas A&M CBS
3:30 PM Tennessee at No. 2 Oregon
3:30 PM Nevada at No. 10 Florida State  
3:30 PM Cal Poly at Colorado State
3:30 PM Georgia Tech at Duke  
3:30 PM Stony Brook at Buffalo ESPN 3
3:30 PM Delaware at Navy CBS Sports Network
4:00 PM Wagner at Syracuse ESPN 3
4:00 PM Ball State at North Texas
4:00 PM Northern Colorado at Wyoming
5:00 PM Northern Illinois at Idaho
6:00 PM No. 19 Washington at Illinois Big Ten Network
6:00 PM Iowa at Iowa State FOX Sports 1
6:00 PM UCF at Penn State Big Ten Network
6:00 PM Howard at Old Dominion
6:00 PM Bethune-Cookman at Florida International
6:30 PM Southern Utah at Washington State Pac-12 Network
7:00 PM No. 4 Ohio State at California FOX
7:00 PM Kent State at No. 8 LSU  
7:00 PM Vanderbilt at No. 13 South Carolina  
7:00 PM Mississippi State at Auburn  
7:00 PM Florida Atlantic at South Florida ESPN 3
7:00 PM Nicholls State at Louisiana-Lafayette ESPN 3
7:00 PM Northwestern State at Cincinnati ESPN 3
7:00 PM Massachusetts at Kansas State
7:00 PM Memphis at Middle Tennessee
7:00 PM Eastern Washington at Toledo ESPN 3
7:30 PM Lamar at No. 12 Oklahoma State
7:30 PM Western Kentucky at South Alabama ESPN 3
7:30 PM Maryland at Connecticut ESPN 3
7:30 PM Kansas at Rice CBS Sports Network
8:00 PM No. 21 Notre Dame at Purdue
8:00 PM No. 25 Ole Miss at Texas Longhorn Network
8:00 PM UTEP at New Mexico State
8:00 PM Marshall at Ohio  
8:00 PM Weber State at Utah State ESPN 3
9:00 PM Western Michigan at No. 17Northwestern Big Ten Network
10:00 PM Oregon State at Utah FOX Sports 1
10:00 PM Central Michigan at UNLV
10:30 PM No. 20 Wisconsin at Arizona State  
10:30 PM UTSA at Arizona Pac-12 Network

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