Army vs. UTSA Live Online, Odds, Channel, Prediction, How to Watch on CBS Sports Network

College football action for Week 2 on CBS Sports Network began late Friday night with a Mountain West showdown between division foes Boise State and New Mexico to kick off the weekend. But Saturday brings a four-game marathon of action stretching from noon until the wee hours of Sunday morning.

With teams from the AAC, ACC, Conference USA, Mountain West, Pac-12 and a few independents all part of the action, CBS Sports Network will bring viewers a sampling of teams from all the countries. UTSA vs Army pits two strong programs against each other looking for a win after tough Week 1 losses to quality opponents. Memphis and Navy are also looking for their first wins after lackluster performances to start their seasons.

On the night, Syracuse will look to validate their eye-catching win over Louisville by starting 2-0 with a road victory over a UConn program that looks improved under first-year coach Jim Mora. Capping off the night, two West Coast teams have 1-0 starts, as Oregon State travels to play a Fresno State program that upset UCLA last season.

Here’s the full recap of all Week 2 action on CBS Sports Network. All times Eastern

UTSA against army

Date: Saturday September 10 | Time: 12 p.m.
Location: Michie Stadium – West Point, New York
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
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Spread: UTSA-2 | Will the Roadrunners cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 2 screenings

Scenarios: After losing a 38-28 game at Coastal Carolina in Week 1, Army gets another five-man power in Week 2, hosting UTSA in the teams’ third meeting in the last four. seasons. The Roadrunners gave up a 37-35 triple-overtime thriller against Houston in Week 1, but were the preseason pick to win Conference USA after a 12-2 season in 2021. Army won the first series fixtures in 2019 and 2020, but UTSA has made significant progress since under third-year coach Jeff Traylor.

Memphis vs Navy

Date: Saturday September 10 | Time: 3:30 p.m.
Location: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium — Annapolis, Maryland
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
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Spread: Memphis-6.5 | Will the Tigers cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 2 screenings

Scenarios: Memphis and Navy have each seen many highs over the past few years in the AAC, but both programs are losing steam as they prepare to meet in Week 2. Navy finished 3-7 in 2020, 4-8 in 2021 and started the 2022 season with a 14-7 loss to FCS foe Delaware. After going 12-2 in 2019 in Mike Norvell’s final season as coach, Memphis went 8-3 in 2020 under Ryan Silverfield, then fell to 6-6 last season. The Tigers started their 2022 season with a 49-23 loss to Mississippi State who have never been competitive and are in danger of starting 0-2 for the first time since 2013.

Syracuse vs. UConn

Date: Saturday September 10 | Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Pratt & Whitney Stadium – East Hartford, Connecticut
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
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Spread: Syracuse -22.5 | Will Orange cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 2 screenings

Scenarios: Syracuse has had three straight losing seasons since its 10-3 campaign in 2018, but the Orange looked much improved in a 31-7 Week 1 win over Louisville. Star running back Sean Tucker had one receiving touchdown and one rushing touchdown while amassing 183 total yards. Quarterback Garrett Shrader was also effective, completing 18 of 25 passes with a pair of touchdowns. UConn entered the season just 4-32 in its final three seasons of play, but the Huskies were competitive in a 31-20 Week 0 loss at Utah State and earned a 28-3 victory over foe FCS Central Connecticut State last week.

Oregon State vs. Fresno State

Date: Saturday September 10 | Time: 10:30 p.m.
Location: Valley Children’s Stadium – Fresno, CA
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
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Spread: Oregon State -1 | Will the Beavers cover? Check out SportsLine’s Week 2 screenings

Scenarios: Oregon State emerged from Week 1 as a big winner with a dominating 34-17 home win over Boise State. Now the Beavers face another Mountain West contender as they travel to take on a Fresno State team that finished 10-3 last season. The Beavers committed three turnovers against the Broncos but forced five in a brilliant defensive effort. The Bulldogs began Jeff Tedford’s second stint as head coach with a 35-7 win over Cal Poly. It was hard to learn much from a win over an FCS opponent who went 2-9 last season, but star quarterback Jake Haener had an efficient outing, completing 36 of 42 passes for 377 yards and two affected. It will be the first meeting between the teams since Fresno State’s 16-14 victory over Oregon State in 2003.

What college football picks can you confidently make in Week 2, and which heavy favorite will fall hard? Visit SportsLine to see which teams will win and cover the spread — all from a proven computer model that’s brought in nearly $3,600 in profit over the past six-plus seasons — and find out.

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