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College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Saturday 9–16–17

By on September 16th, 2017 in Football, News 2 Comments »
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Auburn running back Kam Pettway has been dealing with plantar fasciitis (or heel pain). Will he be able to play this week? (photo: USA TODAY Sports)

Hurricane Irma may be gone but her after effects are still being felt in the college football world as several games this week have been cancelled or postponed, including No. 17 Miami vs. No. 11 Florida State.

In Auburn, it’s Homecoming week, and the Tigers are set to take on the Mercer Bears in a 3:00 p.m. CT game on the SEC Network Alternate channel. As part of the homecoming celebration, the 1987 SEC Championship team will be recognized at halftime. Members of the ’87 Tigers will be signing autographs at the Verizon Autograph Tent located on the East Campus Green space at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday.

For those who will be watching from home, we have listed below the TV broadcast schedule for your viewing guide to all of Saturday’s college football games. Game times are listed as Central Time, 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 the Open Thread up Saturday, but he will not be available to do his regular play-by-play during the game as his day job will be calling. However, feel free to join the discussion of the game as it unfolds. War Eagle and …

Beat the Bears!

Saturday 9-16-17 (All times Central)

11:00 a.m. 
Air Force at No. 7  Michigan – Big Ten Network
Delaware State at West Virginia – ROOT Sports
Iowa State at Akron – CBSSN
Kansas at Ohio – ESPNU
NIU at Nebraska – FS1

No.  9 Oklahoma State at Pittsburgh – ESPN
No.25 UCLA at Memphis – ABC
UConn at Virginia – ESPN2
UL Lafayette at Texas A&M – SEC Network

See the entire TV schedule after the jump:

11:20
Furman at NC State – ACC Network

11:30
Baylor at Duke – RS Network

Noon
Coastal Carolina at UAB – Raycom

1:00
Northern Colorado at Colorado – Pac-12 Network

2:00
Tennessee Tech at Ball State – ESPN3
Utah State at Wake Forest – ACC Network

2:30
Central Michigan at Syracuse – ACC Network Extra
Florida International at Indiana – Cancelled (Irma)

Morgan State at Rutgers – Big 10 Network
Middle Tennessee at Minnesota – Big 10 Network
North Texas at Iowa – ESPN2
Notre Dame at Boston College – ESPN2
SMU at No. 20 TCU – ESPNU
No. 23 Tennessee at No. Florida – CBS
No. 16 Virginia Tech at East Carolina – CBSSN
No. 10 Wisconsin at BYU – ABC

3:00
No. 15 Auburn hosts Mercer – SEC Network Alternate
Purdue at Missouri – SEC Network

3:30
Army at No. 8 Ohio State – FOX

4:30
Oregon State at No. 21 Washington State – Pac-12 Network

5:00
Colgate at Buffalo – ESPN3
North Carolina A&T at Charlotte – WCCB
Tulane at No. 2 Oklahoma – FSOK PPV

5:30
Bethune-Cookman at Florida Atlantic – beIN SPORTS
Kent State at Marshall – CUSA TV

6:00
Alabama A&M at South Alabama – ESPN3
Appalachian State at Texas State – ESPN2
Colorado State at No. 1 Alabama – ESPN2
Idaho at Western Michigan – ESPN3
Idaho State at Nevada – ATTSNRM
Louisiana Tech at Western Kentucky – No TV
No. 12 LSU at Mississippi State – ESPN
Oregon at Wyoming – CBSSN
Southern at UTSA – CUSA TV
Southern Miss at ULM – ESPN3
Tulsa at Toledo – ESPN3
UAPB at No. 18 Kansas State – ESPN3

6:30
Bowling Green at Northwestern – Big 10 Network
Georgia State at No. 5  Penn State – Big 10 Network
Georgia Tech at Univ. of Central Florida – Cancelled (Irma)
No. 18 Kansas State at Vanderbilt – ESPNU
Kentucky at South Carolina – SEC Network
Samford at No. 13 Georgia – SEC Network Alt.

7:00
Arizona State at Texas Tech – FSN
Cincinnati at Miami, OH – ESPN3
No. 3 Clemson at No.14 Louisville – ABC
No. 17  Miami, FL at No. 11 Florida State – PPD to 10/07 (Irma)
Rice at Houston – ESPN3
Troy at New Mexico State – ESPN3

7:30
Texas at No. 4 USC – FOX

8:30
Fresno State at No. 6 Washington – Pac-12 Network

9:00
San Jose State at Utah – ESPN2

9:30
Ole Miss at California – ESPN
No. 19 Stanford at San Diego State – CBSSN

2 Comments

  1. uglyjoe says:

    Thanks Paul, been looking for this….

  2. Tigers5711 says:

    Auburn is not playing well enough to win in the SEC