College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Saturday 10–14–17
It’s hard to believe that we are halfway through the 2017 college football season. For many schools, the second half of the season marks the beginning of the tough part of the schedule. Historically, it’s a time that the teams in the nation’s strongest division start knocking off one another.
And no team in that division has as tough a row to hoe as Auburn. No team has to play both Bama and SEC East power Georgia year in and year out. Speaking of roads, the Tigers will be on the road till November 11 when they return to Jordan-Hare to renew the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry.
No. 10 Auburn starts the four-week road trip this Saturday when it travels to Baton Rouge to play LSU in the annual Tiger Bowl. Broadcast will be at 2:30 CT on the CBS Game of The Week.
For your convenience, we have listed below the TV broadcast schedule for all games leading up to and after Auburn’s kickoff against the Bayou Bengals.
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 have his Open Thread of the game up Saturday, feel free to chime in on the thread and add your voice to the happenings as the game unfolds. War Eagle and ….
Beat those Bengals!
11:00 a.m. CT
BYU at Mississippi State – SEC Network
Eastern Michigan at Army – CBS Sports Network
Florida State at Duke – ESPN2
Kansas at Iowa State – Fox Sports Network
No. 17 Michigan at Indiana – ABC
No. 20 NC State at Pittsburgh – RSN
Rutgers at Illinois – Big 10 Network
South Carolina at Tennessee – ESPN
No. 6 TCU at Kansas State – Fox Sports1
No. 24 Texas Tech at West Virginia – ESPNU
UConn at Temple – ESPNews
See the rest of the TV schedule after the jump:
Boston College at Louisville – ACC Network
UNLV at Air Force – ATTSNRM
Old Dominion at Marshall – ESPN3
No. 10 Auburn at LSU – CBS
Akron at Western Michigan – CBS Sports Network
Baylor at No. 14 Oklahoma State – FS1
Georgia Tech at No. 11 Miami, FL – ABC
Miami, OH at Kent State – ESPN3
Northern Illinois at Buffalo – ESPN3
Northwestern at Maryland – ESPN2
Ohio at Bowling Green – ESPN3
No. 12 Oklahoma vs. Texas (in Dallas) – ESPN
Purdue at No. 7 Wisconsin – Big 10 Network
Toledo at Central Michigan – ESPN3
Vanderbilt at Ole Miss – SEC Network
Virginia at North Carolina – RSN
No. 25 Navy at Memphis – ESPNU
Colorado at Oregon State – Pac-12 Network
Houston at Tulsa – ESPNews
Charlotte at Western Kentucky – FloTV
Appalachian State at Idaho – ESPN3
Georgia State at ULM – ESPN3
New Mexico State at Georgia Southern – ESPN3
Middle Tennessee at UAB – beIN SPORTS
Coastal Carolina at Arkansas State – ESPN3
East Carolina at No. 22 UCF – CBS Sports Network
Texas A&M at Florida – ESPN2
Tulane at Florida International – CUSA.TV
UTSA at North Texas – ESPN3
Arkansas at No. 1 Alabama – ESPN
Cincinnati at No. 18 South Florida – ESPN
Missouri at No. 4 Georgia – SEC Network
No. 9 Ohio State at Nebraska – FS1
No. 21 Michigan State at Minnesota – Big 10 Network
Utah at No. 13 USC – ABC
UCLA at Arizona – Pac-12 Network
New Mexico at Fresno State – ATTSNRM
Nevada at Colorado State – ESPN2
Boise State at No. 19 San Diego State – CBS Sports Network
No. 5 Washington at Arizona State – ESPN
Oregon at No. 23 Stanford – FS1
San Jose State at Hawaii – MWN/Spectrum PPV
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