College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Saturday, October 5, 2019
No. 7 Auburn and No. 10 Florida renew their historic rivalry Saturday in the CBS Game of the Week.
This weekend marks the halfway point of the 2019 college football season. For many schools, the second half of the season is the beginning of the tough part of the schedule. Historically, it’s a time that the teams in the nation’s strongest conference start knocking each other off.
As usually is the case, no team in the SEC 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. And this week the No. 7 Tigers begin a four-week road trip in Gainesville, Florida when they take on the No. 10 Gators in what is the marquee game of the weekend. It will be a battle of the unbeatens in the legendary swamp of Ben Hill Stadium.
For your convenience, we have listed below the TV broadcast schedule for all of Saturday’s games leading up to and after Auburn’s 2:30 kickoff with Florida in the CBS Game of the week.
All 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, so feel free to chime in on the thread and add your voice to the happenings as the game unfolds. War Eagle …
Beat the Gators!
Saturday October 5, 2019, all times Central
No. 6 Oklahoma at Kansas – ABC
Iowa at No. 19 Michigan – Fox
Purdue at No. 12 Penn State – ESPN
TCU at Iowa State – ESPN2
Kent State at No. 8 Wisconsin – ESPNU
No. 21 Oklahoma State at Texas Tech – Fox Sports 1
Utah State at LSU – SEC Network
Maryland at Rutgers – Big Ten Network
Tulane at Army – CBS Sports Network
See the rest of the schedule after the jump.
Boston College at Louisville – Fox Sports South
No. 7 Auburn at No. 10 Florida – CBS Game of the Week
No. 11 Texas at West Virginia – ABC
Bowling Green at No. 9 Notre Dame – NBC
Virginia Tech at Miami – ESPN
Baylor at Kansas State – ESPN2
Illinois at Minnesota – Big Ten Network
Air Force at Navy – CBS Sports Network
Memphis at Louisiana-Monroe – ESPN2
Northwestern at Nebraska – FOX
Troy at Missouri – SEC Network
North Carolina at Georgia Tech – ACC Network
Arizona at Colorado – Pac-12 Network
No. 3 Georgia at Tennessee – ESPN
No. 25 Michigan State at No. 4 Ohio State – ABC
Tulsa at No. 24 SMU – ESPNU
Vanderbilt at Ole Miss – SEC Network
California at No. 13 Oregon – FOX
Pittsburgh at Duke – ACC Network
San Diego State at Colorado State – ESPN2
Oregon State at UCLA – Pac-12 Network
No. 15 Washington at Stanford – ESPN
No. 16 Boise State at UNLV – CBS Sports Network