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College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Saturday 11–3–18

By on November 2nd, 2018 in Football, News Comments Off on College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Saturday 11–3–18

Will Auburn running back Boobee Whitlow be able to return from injuries for the Tigers' game with Texas A&M Saturday? (photo:

War Eagle folks. It’s another football Saturday on the Plains as Auburn will face No. 20 Texas A&M in Jordan-Hare Stadium. The Tigers showed a lot of improvement in their last outing, beating Ole Miss 31–16 on the road.

Quarterback Jarrett Stidham completed 13 of 22 passes for 215 yards and one touchdown. The Tigers also got the running game on track, totaling 269 yards with Boobee Whitlow accounting for 170 of those yards despite having to leave the game early with injuries.

It had to be a confidence booster for the Orange and Blue. Question is, “Can the Tigers continue that rushing attack against the league’s best defense against the run?” Overall, “Can the win in Oxford propel the Tigers to a another  SEC victory this Saturday?”

The Tigers and Aggies kick it off at 11 a.m. CT on ESPN. For your TV viewing guide, we have listed below the rest of Saturday’s broadcast schedule for all college games.

All game times are Central, and as usual, 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 doing his play-by-play during TET’s Open Thread so feel free to join him in discussing the game as it unfolds. War Eagle and …

Beat the Aggies!

Auburn hosts No.20 Texas A&M – ESPN
Louisville at No. 2 Clemson – ABC
Nebraska at No. 10 Ohio State – FOX
Michigan State at Maryland – ESPN2
Oklahoma State at Baylor – Fox Sports 1
Memphis at East Carolina – ESPNU
South Carolina at Ole Miss – SEC Network
Rutgers at Wisconsin – Big 10 Network
Air Force at Army – CBS Sports Network
No. 24 Iowa State at Kansas – Fox Sports Network (Regional)
No. 19 Syracuse at Wake Forest – ACC RSN’s
Central Michigan at Eastern Michigan – ESPN3

See the rest of the schedule after the jump:

Georgia Tech at North Carolina – Raycom

San Jose State at Wyoming – AT&T Sports
Texas State at Georgia State – ESPN+


Georgia Southern at ULM – ESPN3
Marshall at Southern Mississippi – No broadcast
South Alabama at Arkansas State – ESPN+

Florida State at No. 21 N.C. State – ABC
Navy at Cincinnati – ESPNU
No. 6 Georgia at No. 9 Kentucky – CBS
Minnesota @ Illinois – Big 10 Network
No. 13 West Virginia at No. 17 Texas – FOX
Kansas State at TCU – Fox Sports 1
Tulane at South Florida – CBS Sports Network
No. 16 Iowa at Purdue – ESPN2
Liberty at Massachusetts – NESN
ULL at Troy – ESPN+
UTEP at Rice – ESPN3

No. 14 Penn State at No. 5 Michigan
No. 22 Boston College at Virginia Tech – Raycom

Missouri at No. 11 Florida
– SEC Network
Charlotte at Tennessee – SECN (alt)
No. 15 Utah at Arizona State – Pac-12 Network
Alcorn State at New Mexico State – Fox Sports Network (Regional)

Appalachian State at Coastal Carolina – ESPN+

Duke at Miami (FL) – ESPN2
Houston at Southern Methodist – ESPNU
Connecticut at Tulsa – CBS Sports Network

No. 4 Notre Dame at Northwestern – ESPN

UCLA at Oregon – FOX
Louisiana Tech at No. 18 Mississippi State – SEC Network
Florida Atlantic at Florida International – No broadcast
UTSA at UAB – BeIn Sports

No. 7 Oklahoma at Texas Tech – ABC
No. 1 Alabama at No. 3 LSU – CBS


Stanford at Washington  – Pac-12 Network

USC at Oregon State – Fox Sports 1

BYU at Boise State – ESPN2
San Diego State at New Mexico – ESPNU

No. 23 Fresno State at UNLV – CBS Sports Network

California No. 8 Washington State – ESPN


Hawaii hosts Utah State – Hawaii Pay Per View

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