College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Saturday 11-23-13

By Posted on: November 23rd, 2013 in Football 23 Comments »
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Missouri Quarterback James Franklin is expected to return form an injury to lead No.8 Mizzou in the SEC’s top game today against No.24 Ole Miss. (photo:Jeff Roerson AP)


Auburn will not be playing on TV this weekend since the Tigers have a bye. However, there are plenty of college games on tap to satisfy the college football fans viewing pleasure.

We recommend re-watching the Auburn – Georgia game which we have posted on this site just below this article. It will be the best game you could see today.

Nevertheless, we have listed below the broadcast schedule for all of today’s games for your College Football watching guide. The game times are Central and all SEC games as well as those involving top 25 teams are underlined.

Games on ESPN/ABC can be viewed by clicking here and games on ESPN3 can be viewed by clicking on this link. Have a good weekend from Track ‘em Tigers and…

War Eagle!

11:00 am
     – Citadel at No. 7 Clemson – Espn3
     - No. 13 Michigan State at Northwestern – ESPN
     – No. 20 Oklahoma at Kansas State – Fox Sports 1
     – Memphis at No. 21 Louisville – Espn3
     – Old Dominion at North Carolina – Espn3
     – Duke at Wake Forest – Espn2
     – Cincinnati at Houston – EspnNews
     – Michigan at Iowa – Big 10 Network
     – Virginia at Miami (FL) – EspnU
     – Illinois at Purdue – Big 10 Network
11:21
     – Mississippi State at Arkansas – Espn3
11:30
     – East Carolina at North Carolina State – Espn3
     – Pittsburgh at Syracuse – Espn3
12 noon
     – Coastal Carolina at No. 11 South Carolina – Espn3
     – Massachusetts at Central Michigan – Espn3
     – Bowling Green at Eastern Michigan – Espn3
12:30
     – Alabama A&M at Georgia Tech – Espn3
1:00
     – Chattanooga at No. 1 Alabama – Espn3
     – Georgia Southern at Florida – Espn3
2:00
     – Georgia State at Arkansas State – Espn3
2:30
     – Indiana at No. 3 Ohio State – abc
     – Idaho at No. 2 Florida State – EspnU
     – No. 5 Oregon at Arizona – abc
     – No. 12 Texas A&M at No. 22 LSU – CBS
     – No. 19 Wisconsin at No. 25 Minnesota – ESPN
     – Brigham Young at Notre Dame – NBC
     – Boston College at Maryland – Espn3
     – Nebraska at Penn State – Big 10 Network
     – Utah at Washington State – Pac 12 Network
     – Colorado State at Utah State – CBS Sports Network
3:00
     – California at No. 9 Stanford – Fox Sports 1
     – New Mexico at No. 15 Fresno State – EspnNews
6:00
     – No. 17 Arizona State at No. 14 UCLA – FOX
     – Louisiana-Monroe at South Alabama – Espn3
     – Southern Methodist at South Florida – Espn3
     - Kentucky at Georgia – EspnU
     – Connecticut at Temple – Espn3
     – Western Kentucky at Texas State – LongHorn Network
     – Tulsa at Louisiana Tech – CBS Sports Network
     – Vanderbilt at Tennessee – ESPN2
6:45
     – No. 8 Missouri at No. 24 Ole Miss – ESPN
7:00
     – No. 4 Baylor at No. 10 Oklahoma State – abc
     – Kansas at Iowa State – Fox Sports 1
8:30
     – No. 23 USC at Colorado – Pac 12 Network
9:30
     – Boise State at San Diego State – CBS Sports Network
     – Washington at Oregon State – Espn2

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  1. usmc71au83 says:

    I don’t see Mississippi State and Arkansas @ 11:30 CST listed. Is there a reason?

    • AubTigerman AubTigerman says:

      Ark.- MSU will be @ 11:21 am CST on Espn3- Thanks for the catch.

      Sorry for the omission. I proofread it several times but still made a mistake. I’ve made the correction. Thanks again!

  2. Tigerstripe Tigerstripe says:

    Oregon falls… Come on OKST and beat Baylor so we can move to #4. Man this Iron Bowl is going to be HUGE!

  3. Acid Reign Acid Reign says:

    …..And Johnny Manziel likely played himself out of Heisman contention in the Bayou, getting blown out by LSU, who rebounded nicely from their Bama thrashing.

  4. War_Eagle_2010 War_Eagle_2010 says:

    Looks like AU is at least a lock for the sugar Bowl after the TAMU meltdown. War Eagle!

  5. Tiger on the mountain Tiger on the mountain says:

    I can’t believe it! Oregon went down to Arizona????!!!!!!!! Who saw that coming?? Congrats to Richie Rod and the Wildcats!

    And now I’m going to recount a recent (within the last minute) conversation between Mr. ToTM and I:

    Mr: so has Auburn played Missouri yet?

    Me: Not yet. If Mizzou wins this game, then they go to the SEC Championship Game. If we beat Bama, we go to the SECCG.

    Mr: Wait, you think Auburn has a chance to beat Bama? Wait, you think that Auburn is going to beat Bama???

    Me: Yes. Yes I think that Auburn will beat Bama.

    Mr: (speechless…looking at me in disbelief…maybe even smirking a little)

    It’s still to be decided whether Mr. ToTM will sleep on the couch tonight or not…..as for Bama? oh we’re comin’. Oh we’re ALL comin’. Those Tigers are going to feel a lot of love next Saturday. And they will bring their #destinysauce with them. These Tigers are tough. They have heart. They have fire! Oh, yes! We’re comin’! And we’re going to out-execute, out-play The Process. Bring it, you Auburn Tigers!!!!

    WAR EAGLE! BEAT BAMA!!!!!!

  6. Acid Reign Acid Reign says:

    …..It looks like Auburn finishes this weekend no worse than 4th in the nation! Oregon goes down, and Baylor is reeling, down 28-3 in the third, in Stillwater. War Eagle! WOOOOOOOO!

  7. Acid Reign Acid Reign says:

    …..Hard luck Vols… got a 4th down stop overturned on replay, then they play soft zone, then bite on a fake jump pass. Vandy scores on a keeper, and they lead 14-10 with 16 seconds remaining, Tennessee will have a losing record for 4 seasons in a row. Who’d ‘a thunk it?

  8. Tiger on the mountain Tiger on the mountain says:

    A reverse! Very exciting!!!!! Cowboys are making it look easy.

  9. Tiger on the mountain Tiger on the mountain says:

    I really thought Muschamp would still be in Gainesville next season, but after today? Losing to an FCS school? Yikes, man, yikes.

  10. Acid Reign Acid Reign says:

    ….Here’s the multi-million-dollar question in Gainesville. Muschamp got the injury bug BAD, this season. Do they dump him completely? Do they keep him another year, and demand big changes? Or do they REALLY have faith, and let him continue to call the shots? I’m guessing that option #3 is the least likely. And that’s probably indicative for a another season of misery for Gator fans…

    • Tiger on the mountain Tiger on the mountain says:

      Exactly, it was just a nightmare season. The Gator AD also took a risk in hiring an ‘unproven’ as a head coach…knowing that it would take longer for him to turn the train wreck around. AND he’d be learning on the job.

      Here’s what I don’t here being asked very much: but if Urban Meyer is such a good coach, why did he leave a mess? It’s also curious that he bailed. I’m highly skeptical of him leaving for ‘health’ reasons only to reenter the field to lead a talent-heavy team……especially given that his new position isn’t a picnic. Those fans ran herbstreit out of ohio for crying out loud!

      • Third Generation Tiger Third Generation Tiger says:

        …and Hatin’ Ass Steve Spurrier gets a belly laugh watching Jeremy Foley pilot one of the best college football programs into a death spiral.

  11. Acid Reign Acid Reign says:

    …..Short of the Iron Bowl, I suppose we’re now some of the biggest Sparty fans in the nation. Auburn becomes the top one-loss team remaining in the nation. Bama, Buckeyes and FSU remain undefeated. FSU will smoke Florida. Auburn gets a crack at Bama, at home. How much chance does Dantonio’s Michigan State squad have of ruining Urban Meyer’s season?

    • Tiger on the mountain Tiger on the mountain says:

      Good as any, I guess. Outside of losing a squeaker to ND in sept, they’ve won all games. However, the SOS within the BiG10 right now is highly suspect.

      Go Spartans!! War Eagle!

      • Acid Reign Acid Reign says:

        …..It’s a strange turn of events, regardless. I was a band geek on a Spartans team, back in the 1970s here in the Tragic City. Still have a green and gold Spartans stocking cap in my bottom drawer. Back in the day when the team made a bad play or two, we’d turn those caps inside out, and we’d be the “snatraps.”

      • mvhcpa says:

        Well, TheOSU did not look very good against Northwestern (the same night as AU-OleMiss), so they are suspect, I think. MVH

  12. War_Eagle_2010 War_Eagle_2010 says:

    This has been a very good day highlighted by Bielema goetting beat again and okie st helping AU on its epic quest to rise from the ashes to reclaim the throne of college football. War Spartans, War Gators, and most of all War Eagle!