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College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Saturday, 10-12-19

By on October 11th, 2019 in Football, News Comment »

Will Florida still be undefeated after this weekend’s game against LSU? (photo: USA TODAY Sports)

It’s the seventh week of the college football season, and there are several interesting games being played this weekend, including No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 24 Texas A&M, No. 5 LSU vs. No. 7 Florida, No. 6 Oklahoma vs. No. 11 Texas, and No. 10 Penn State vs. No. 17 Iowa.

The most intriguing for SEC fans may be the ESPN Prime Time Contest: No. 7 Florida vs. No. 5 LSU. The cross-divisional rivals will square off in famed “Death Valley” Stadium in Baton Rouge at 7:00 p.m. CT. Florida is one of the most surprising SEC teams this season.

The big question for this game is: can the Gators exit Death Valley still undefeated and remain in the race for the East title? A loss to the Bengal Tigers could handicap their effort to make it to Atlanta.

Since Auburn is off this week, Tiger fans will be able to browse between channels to catch some of the national games being played on Saturday.

There are plenty of games on tap, and as usual we have listed below the broadcast schedule for all of Saturday’s games for your college football viewing 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. Enjoy, and have a good weekend from Track ‘Em Tigers.

(All times Central) 
11:00 AM

No. 16 Michigan at Illinois – ABC
No. 6 Oklahoma vs. No. 11 Texas – Fox
South Carolina at No. 3 Georgia – ESPN
No. 23 Memphis at Temple – ESPN2
Miami (Ohio) at Western Michigan – ESPNU
Mississippi State at Tennessee – SEC Network
Maryland at Purdue – Big Ten Network
Rutgers at Indiana – Big Ten Network alternate
Toledo at Bowling Green – CBS Sports Network

See the rest of the TV schedule after the jump.

11:30 AM
Georgia Tech at Duke – Fox Sports South

2:30 PM
Florida State at No. 2 Clemson – ABC
No. 1 Alabama at No. 24 Texas A&M – CBS
No. 25 Cincinnati at Houston – ESPN2
Michigan State at No. 8 Wisconsin – Big Ten Network
Washington State at No. 18 Arizona State – Pac-12 Network
BYU at South Florida – CBS Sports Network

2:45 PM
Connecticut at Tulane – ESPNU

3:00 PM
Iowa State at West Virginia – ESPN
Texas Tech at No. 22 Baylor – Fox Sports 1
UNLV at Vanderbilt – SEC Network
Rhode Island at Virginia Tech – ACC Network

6:00 PM
Ole Miss at Missouri – ESPN2
Fresno State at Air Force – CBS Sports Network

6:30 PM
No. 10 Penn State at No. 17 Iowa – ABC
USC at No. 9 Notre Dame – NBC
Arkansas at Kentucky – SEC Network
Navy at Tulsa – ESPNU
Nebraska at Minnesota – Fox Sports 1
Louisville at No. 19 Wake Forest – ACC Network

7:00 PM
No. 7 Florida at No. 5 LSU – ESPN
No. 15 Utah at Oregon State – Pac-12 Network

9:15 PM
Hawaii at No. 14 Boise State – ESPN2

9:30 PM
Wyoming at San Diego State – CBS Sports Network

10:00 PM
Washington at Arizona – Fox Sports 1

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