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How to watch Boston College vs. Northern Illinois.

By SI Wire
September 22, 2015

Northern Illinois nearly pulled off the biggest upset of the season, falling to No. 1 Ohio State by just a touchdown in Week 3. The Huskies entered the locker room at halftime tied 10–10, but stalled after a Buckeyes field goal and a pick-six. Drew Hare finished with just 80 yards on 14 of 31 passing for Northern Illinois.

Boston College kept things interesting with No. 9 Florida State, eventually falling 14–0 after Seminoles cornerback Jalen Ramsey took a fumble back 36 yards for a fourth quarter score. Darius Wade just threw just 12 times, completing four passes for 47 yards with an interception. BC totaled just 195 yards and turned the ball over twice.

How to watch

Details for Saturday’s game are below:

Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV Coverage: ESPN3
Radio: For a list of Northern Illinois radio affiliates, click here. For Boston College affiliates, click here.

Team Schedules (all times ET)

Northern Illinois

Sept. 5: vs. UNLV (W, 38–30)

Sept. 12: vs. Murray State (W, 57–26)

Sept. 19: at Ohio State (L, 20–13)

Sept. 26: at Boston College, 1 p.m., ESPN3

Oct. 3: at Central Michigan, 3:30 p.m., ESPN3

Oct. 10: vs. Ball State

Oct. 17: at Miami (OH)

Oct. 24: vs. Eastern Michigan

Nov. 3: at Toledo

Nov. 11: at Buffalo

Nov. 18: vs. Western Michigan

Nov. 24: vs. Ohio

Boston College

Sept. 5: vs. Maine (W 24–3)

Sept. 12: vs. Howard (W 76–0)

Sept. 18: vs. Florida State (L, 14–0)

Sept. 26: vs. Northern Illinois 1 p.m., ESPN3

Oct. 3: at Duke, 3 p.m., ESPN3

Oct. 10: vs. Wake Forest

Oct. 17: at Clemson

Oct. 24: at Louisville

Oct. 31: vs. Virginia Tech

Nov. 7: vs. NC State

Nov. 21: vs. Notre Dame (at Fenway Park)

Nov. 28: at Syracuse

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