How to watch Notre Dame vs. Clemson: TV channel, live stream online, start time, kickoff, preview for tonight’s game

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It’s Notre Dame vs Clemson tonight on NBC. Follow all of the action starting at 7:00 p.m. ET with the pre-game show. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. Check out updated TV channel info below, including USA Network:

Tonight marks the first top-5 game at Notre Dame Stadium in more than 20 years and with Clemson as their opponent, it will be the first #1 team the Irish have faced since their 2005 match-up against USC.

The Irish are 6-0 for the fourth time under Brian Kelly (2012, 2014, 2018) and in two of those three previous times they finished with an undefeated regular season. Notre Dame is coming off a 31-13 win at Georgia Tech last weekend. QB Ian Book completed 18-of-26 passes for 199 yards with a touchdown. The fifth year quarterback has never lost at Notre Dame Stadium, going 13-0 with a total of 38 touchdowns and 5 interceptions in his career at home. Book has led the Irish to 12 consecutive victories – the longest active streak in the country.

Clemson overcame an 18-point deficit to defeat the Boston College Eagles 34-28 last Saturday despite playing without their star QB Trevor Lawrence, who tested positive for COVID-19.  D.J. Uiagalelei, the freshman back-up quarterback, made his first career start last week going 30-of-41 for 342 yards with two touchdowns. The 19-year-old will make his first road start tonight against Notre Dame. Senior RB Travis Etienne broke the ACC career rushing record finishing the game with two touchdowns and a career-high 264 all-purpose yards. The two-time defending ACC Player of the Year leads all FBS players in scrimmage yards this season.

Clemson enters this weekend with a 36-game regular season win streak and has won its last 28 games against ACC opponents. The Tigers last lost a regular-season game in 2017, when they fell 27-24 at Syracuse.

How to watch Notre Dame vs Clemson on NBC

(4) Notre Dame vs (1) Clemson

  • Where: Notre Dame Stadium
  • When: Saturday, November 7
  • Start Time: 7:30 p.m. ET kickoff; pregame coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: NBC, USA Network
  • Stream live: Watch online with the NBC Sports App

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When will UCLA, USC join the Big Ten Conference?


The Big Ten has served as one of the nation’s premier intercollegiate athletic conferences for over 125 years. Originally founded by a group of seven universities led by Purdue president James H. Smart, the group has grown by leaps and bounds since its formation in 1896. The conference that was originally comprised of seven teams grew to an eventual 14, and is now set to expand to 16 with the groundbreaking addition of UCLA and USC to the Big Ten.

RELATED: Big Ten primetime football finds a home in NBC and Peacock

When will USC, UCLA join the Big Ten?

Crosstown rival programs USC and UCLA both announced in summer 2022 that they will leave the Pac-12 Conference for the Big Ten on August 2, 2024.

The move rocked the college football world, considering the length of time that both schools were members of their previous conference. USC had held Pac-12 membership since 1922, winning a total of 39 conference football titles and nine basketball titles in that span. The UCLA Bruins were a part of the group since 1928, taking home 16 football and 32 basketball conference titles in those years.

UCLA and USC’s transition was announced on the heels of Oklahoma and Texas confirming their departure for the SEC last season, a move that is set to transpire ahead of the 2025 college football season.

Come 2024, the Pac-12 will be comprised of only 10 members, while the Big Ten will stretch from coast to coast.

RELATED: Click here for NBC coverage of college football

What schools are in the Big Ten Conference?

  • University of Michigan
  • Ohio State University
  • Penn State University
  • University Maryland
  • Michigan State University
  • Indiana University
  • Rutgers University
  • Purdue University
  • University of Illinois
  • University of Iowa
  • University of Minnesota
  • University of Wisconsin
  • University of Nebraska
  • Northwestern University
  • USC (will join in 2024)
  • UCLA (will join in 2024)

Why is it called the Big Ten?

Despite its current 14 members, the conference retains its title of “Big Ten” to this day. The name originated after Michigan rejoined in 1917, bringing the membership from nine to 10 teams. Media members were the first to dub the group the “Big Ten”, which was eventually confirmed as the conference’s official name in 1987.

RELATED: Purdue, Penn State to battle for Big Ten basketball title

How can I watch Big Ten football, basketball and more?

While Big Ten football coverage for the 2023 season will be split among NBC, Fox and CBS, NBC and Peacock will be the home of the conference’s biggest game every week with Big Ten Saturday Night. NBC Sports’ new agreement with the Big Ten will also feature coverage of several men’s and women’s basketball games, Olympic sports, golf and more.

It became official in August of 2022 that NBC will air Big Ten Saturday Night on NBC and Peacock, with a primetime football game each fall weekend.

How to watch the 2023 All-American Bowl: TV channel, live stream info, start time, rosters, and more


The 2023 All-American Bowl takes place this Saturday, January 7 inside the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas as 100 of the nation’s top senior football players will go head-to-head in this highly anticipated all-star game.

Live coverage begins at 1:00 PM ET on NBC and Peacock. See below for additional information on how to watch the 2023 All-American Bowl.

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The All-American Bowl made its debut in December 2000 at Highlander Stadium in Dallas, Texas and since then has become one of the most-watched high school sporting events in America. Notable alumni that have participated in the event include NFL Wide Receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (2011), Dallas Cowboys Running Back Ezekiel Elliot (2013), Jacksonville Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence (2018), former Broncos QB Tim Tebow (2006), former Cleveland Browns OT Joe Thomas.

RELATED: 2023 All-American Bowl Rosters

How to watch the 2023 All-American Bowl:

RELATED: Finalists Named for 2023 All-American Bowl’s Player of the Year Award

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