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College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Saturday 9–22–18

By on September 21st, 2018 in Football, News 1 Comment »

Jarrett Stidham will lead Auburn against Arkansas Saturday at 6:30 CT on the SEC Network.

There’s a lot of football on tap this Saturday, including Auburn hosting Arkansas. The Razorbacks are coming off a big loss to North Texas while Auburn will be seeking to soothe the wounds from last week’s last-second loss to LSU.

It will be the first time that these two head coaches (and old friends) have met on the gridiron as leaders of a college program. Chad Morris is in a rebuilding program in Fayetteville, but I believe the Razorbacks may have a good head man if they give him time to turn it around. He was after all, the offensive coordinator that put Clemson on the map for Dabo Swinney.

Auburn can’t afford to take these guys lightly. Yes they have given up some big numbers, however, as Acid Reign pointed out in his Thursday game preview, the Hogs have a decent defense. The main reason for their losses?  Turnovers, specifically interceptions. They have given up 11 Int’s in the last two games.

For those attending the game, it will be another torrid day on the Plains with temps hovering around 90 degrees and humidity making it feel like 96. Because of that, the school has changed the policy on items you can bring into the stadium.

According to the official Auburn site, fans will now be permitted to bring in one factory-sealed bottle of water per person. The bottle of water must be factory sealed, 1 liter or less in size, clear, and plastic. In addition, clear empty water bottles for refill at filtered water stations is also permitted. Those bringing in bottles should have them in hand when entering the gates to allow for inspection.

Below, we have the broadcast schedule for Saturday’s games leading up to and after Auburn’s 6:30 p.m. kickoff. All game listings are 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

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Acid Reign will have an open thread up on game day. Be sure to check back here for an open discussion as Acid does his play-by-play during the game. And don’t miss his post-game review late Sunday afternoon.

War Eagle and beat the Hogs!

Saturday 9/22 (all times Central):
11:00 a.m.

No. 2 Georgia at Missouri – ESPN
No. 8 Notre Dame at Wake Forest – ABC
Nebraska at No. 19 Michigan – Fox Sports1
No. 23 Boston College at Purdue – ESPN2
Kent State at Ole Miss – SEC Network
Buffalo at Rutgers – Big 10 Network
Akron at Iowa State – Fox Sports Network
Minnesota at Maryland – Big 10 Network
Ohio at Cincinnati – ESPNU
Nevada at Toledo – CBS Sports Network
Navy at SMU – ESPNEWS

See the rest of the schedule after the jump.

11:20 a.m.
Pittsburgh at North Carolina – ACC Network

11:30 a.m.
Louisville at Virginia – ACC Network

1:00 p.m. 
Western Michigan at Georgia State – ESPN+

2:00 p.m. 
Miami (OH) at Bowling Green – ESPN+
Western Kentucky at Ball State – ESPN3
Illinois State at Colorado State – No broadcast
Maine at Central Michigan – ESPN+

2:30 p.m. 
No. 22 Texas A&M at No. 1 Alabama – CBS
No. 3 Clemson at Georgia Tech – ABC
Tulane at No. 4 Ohio State – Big 10 Network
Kansas State at No. 12 West Virginia – ESPN
No. 13 Virginia Tech at Old Dominion – CBS Sports Network
Florida International at No. 21 Miami – ESPNU
Gardner-Webb at Appalachian State – ESPN+
Charlotte at UMass – No TV broadcast
North Carolina Central at Duke – ACC Network
Northern Illinois at Florida State – ESPNU
Kansas at Baylor – Fox Sports1

3:00 p.m. 
Arizona at Oregon State – Pac-12 Network
South Carolina at Vanderbilt – SEC Network
UConn at Syracuse – ESPNews

3:30 p.m. 
No. 17 TCU at Texas – Fox

5:00 p.m. 
McNeese at No. 25 BYU – ESPN3
North Texas at Liberty – ESPN3

6:00 p.m. 
Army at No. 5 Oklahoma – FSOK Pay per view
Louisiana Tech at No. 6 LSU – ESPNU
No. 14 Mississippi State at Kentucky
 – ESPN2
Texas Tech at No. 15 Oklahoma State – Fox Sports1
Rice at Southern Mississippi – ESPN3
Texas State at UTSA – ESPN+
UNLV at Arkansas State – ESPN3
Coastal Carolina at Louisiana – ESPN+
Troy at UL Monroe – ESPN+
NC State at Marshall – CBS Sports Network
Florida at Tennessee – ESPN

6:30 p.m. 
No. 9 Auburn
hosts Arkansas – SEC Network
No. 24 Michigan State at Indiana – Big 10 Network
New Mexico State at UTEP – ESPN3

7:00 p.m. 
No. 7 Stanford at No. 20 Oregon – ABC
East Carolina at South Florida – ESPNews
Texas Southern at Houston – ESPN3
South Alabama at Memphis – ESPN3

7:30 p.m. 
No. 18 Wisconsin at Iowa – Fox

9:30 p.m. 
Arizona State at No. 10 Washington – ESPN2
Air Force at Utah State – ESPN2
Eastern Michigan at San Diego State – CBS Sports Network

10:59 p.m. 
Duquesne at Hawaii – No broadcast

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