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College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Rivalry Weekend — Nov. 23–24, 2018

By on November 23rd, 2018 in Football, News 2 Comments »

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For college football fans there is nothing like the last weekend in November. It’s Rivalry Weekend, and the action began last night with a 35–3 Miss. State win over Ole Miss in the Egg Bowl. More games continue today with 14 on tap, starting with Nebraska at Iowa in a 11:00 am CT game.

The biggest game in the south will take place in Tuscaloosa Saturday as Auburn and Alabama meet in what many believe to be the best rivalry game in the nation. It will be the 83rd renewal of the Iron Bowl. The Tigers will have to play their best game of the year to have any chance at victory, and even that may not be enough against the nation’s No. 1 team.

Alabama is undefeated and ranked in the top 10 in the NCAA in total offense, total defense, points scored and points allowed. To put it mildly, an Auburn win would be colossal. But strange things have happened in this series, as those old enough to remember the “Punt Bama punt” game can attest. 

It will be a cool day in T-Town with a high in the mid 60’s, falling into the 50’s by the end of the game. For those who will be watching on television, we have prepared our usual broadcast schedule of all games leading up to and after the Iron Bowl’s 2:30 p.m. kickoff.

Game times are Central Standard, 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.

Acid Reign will be at the keyboard doing his regular play-by-play during Saturday on our Open Thread. So why not check back here during the game and participate in the discussion as the game unfolds. War Eagle and …

Beat Bama!

Friday 11–23–18

11:00
Nebraska at Iowa – FOX 14
Texas @ Kansas – Fox Sports1
Houston at Memphis – ABC
Buffalo at Bowling Green – ESPNU
Akron at Ohio – CBS Sports Network
Central Michigan at Toledo – ESPN3
Eastern Michigan at Kent State – ESPN3

1:30
Arkansas at Missouri – CBS

2:00
Coastal Carolina at South Alabama – ESPN+

2:30
Virginia at Virginia Tech – ABC
East Carolina at Cincinnati – CBS Sports Network

3:00
No. 9 UCF at South Florida – ESPN
Oregon at Oregon State – Fox Sports1

7:00
No. 6 Oklahoma at No. 13 West Virginia – ESPN

7:30
No. 16 Washington at No. 8 Washington State – FOX

See Saturday’s schedule after the jump:


 
SATURDAY 11–24–18

11:00
No. 11 Florida at Florida State – ABC
No. 4 Michigan at No. 10 Ohio State – FOX
No. 20 Syracuse at Boston College – ESPN
Purdue at Indiana – ESPN2
Baylor vs Texas Tech – Fox Sports1
Navy at Tulane – ESPNU
Georgia Tech at No. 5 Georgia – SEC Network
Marshall at Florida International – No broadcast
Western Kentucky at Louisiana Tech – CBS Sports Network

11:20
N.C. State at North Carolina – Raycom

11:30
Wake Forest at Duke – ACC RSN’s

Noon
Old Dominion at Rice – ESPN+

1:00
New Mexico State at Liberty – ESPN3
Georgia Southern at Georgia State – ESPN+

1:30
Wyoming at New Mexico – AT&T Sports
Troy at Appalachian State – ESPN+

2:00
Stanford at UCLA – Pac-12 Network
ULL at ULM – ESPN+
Southern Mississippi at UTEP – ESPN
UAB at Middle Tennessee – ESPN3 

2:30
Auburn at Alabama – CBS
Maryland at No. 12 Penn State – ABC
Minnesota at Wisconsin – ESPN2 
No, 24 Pittsburgh at Miami (FL) – ESPN
Arizona State at Arizona – Fox Sports1
Temple at Connecticut – ESPNU
Illinois at No. 19 Northwestern – Big 10 Network
Southern Methodist at Tulsa CBS Sports Network

3:00
Rutgers at Michigan State – FOX
Tennessee at Vanderbilt – SEC Network
Arkansas State at Texas State – ESPN3

5:00
Charlotte at Florida Atlantic – No broadcast

6:00
South Carolina at No. 2 Clemson – ESPN
No. 15 Kentucky at Louisville – ESPN2
San Jose State at Fresno State – ESPNU
Kansas State at No. 25 Iowa State – Fox Sports1
Colorado at California – Pac12 Network
North Texas at UTSA – ESPN+

6:30
No. 7  LSU at No. 22 Texas A&M – SEC Network
 
7:00
No. 3 Notre Dame at USC – ABC
Oklahoma State at TCU – FOX

8:30
Nevada at UNLV – CBS Sports Network

9:00
BYU at No. 17 Utah – Fox Sports Network

9:15
No. 21 Utah State at No. 23 Boise State – ESPN

9:30
Hawaii at San Diego State – ESPNU

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