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Week 4 of the 2021 college football season has arrived, and it brings another loaded schedule on CBS Sports Network spanning Friday and Saturday. On Friday, No. 22 Fresno State rallied to beat UNLV 38-30 following Charlotte kicking off the action with a 42-39 win vs. Middle Tennessee to pick up its first Conference USA victory this season.

Saturday's tripleheader kicked off at noon with Army vs. Miami (Ohio). The busy day continued at 3:30 p.m. with a high-powered Wyoming squad traveling to UConn. Finally, Western Kentucky will host Indiana at 8 p.m. with the Hilltoppers gearing up for a home game against a Power Five opponent. For the Hoosiers, the game represents a chance for the preseason No. 17 team to get back on track after a disappointing 1-2 start. With a game at No. 6 Penn State coming up in Week 4, Indiana needs to generate momentum, but WKU's pass-happy offense will pose a challenge.

Here is the full rundown of all the Week 4 action on CBS Sports Network with all times ET.

Western Kentucky vs. Indiana

Date: Saturday, Sept. 25 | 

Time: 8 p.m. ET

Location: L.T. Smith Stadium -- Bowling Green, Kentucky

TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder

Live stream: CBSSports.com | 

Mobile: CBS Sports App

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