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College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Second Week of 2019 Season

By on September 6th, 2019 in Football, News 1 Comment »

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War Eagle folks! What a exciting win Auburn had last Saturday over No. 11 Oregon. This weekend the Tigers have their first game of the season at Jordan-Hare against Tulane. Although the Green Wave are not a ranked team, they should not be taken lightly.

The boys from New Orleans are led by LSU transfer quarterback Justin McMillen and field a top-10 defensive line. Of course, Auburn has a pretty good QB in Bo Nix, and the Tigers also have one of the best D-lines in the country. So this could turn out to be another hard-fought game.

Below we have the broadcast schedule of all of this weekend’s games leading up to and after Auburn’s 6:30 p.m. kickoff time with Tulane.

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.

Acid Reign will have an open thread up on Saturday morning, so be sure to check back here and join the Acid man as he does his play by play during the game. And don’t miss his postgame review on Sunday afternoon.

War Eagle, and Beat the Green Wave!

Friday, Sept. 6 (All times Central)

7:00 PM

William & Mary @ Virginia – ACCN
Wake Forest @ Rice – CBSSN
8:00 PM
Marshall @ No. 24 Boise State – ESPN2
9:00 PM
Sacramento State @ Arizona State – No broadcast

See Saturday’s schedule after the jump:


Saturday, Sept.7

10:00 AM
Ohio @ Pittsburgh – ACCN

11:00 AM
Cincinnati @ No. 5 Ohio State – ABC
West Virginia @ Missouri – ESPN2
Rutgers @ No. 20 Iowa – FS1
Army @ No. 7 Michigan – FOX
Old Dominion @ Virginia Tech – ESPNU
No. 21 Syracuse @ Maryland – ESPN
Charleston Southern @ South Carolina – SECN
UAB @ Akron – CBSSN
Bowling Green @ Kansas State – FSN regional
Vanderbilt @ Purdue – BTN
Southern @ Memphis – ESPN3
Kennesaw State @ Kent State – ESPN3

11:30 AM
Western Carolina @ North Carolina State – ACC-RSN’s

Noon
Northern Illinois @ No. 13 Utah – P12N

1:00 PM
South Florida @ Georgia Tech – ACCN
Fordham @ Ball State – ESPN3

1:30 PM
Tennessee Tech @ Miami (Ohio) – ESPN+

2:30 PM
No. 12 Texas A&M @No. 1 Clemson – ABC
Southern Mississippi @ Mississippi State – ESPNU
No. 25 Nebraska @ Colorado – FOX
Eastern Illinois @ Indiana – BTN
Illinois @ Connecticut – CBSSN
Central Michigan @ No. 17 Wisconsin – BTN
Grambling State @ Louisiana Tech – NFLN
Southern Illinois @ Massachusetts – NESN+
Richmond @ Boston College – ACCN Xtra
Charlotte @ Appalachian State – ESPN+

3:00 PM
Murray State @ No. 3 Georgia – ESPN2
UTSA @ Baylor – FSN regional
New Mexico State @ No. 2 Alabama – SECN
Western Illinois @ Colorado State- AT&T Sports

3:15 PM
San Diego State @ UCLA – P12N

4:00 PM
Northern Colorado @ No. 22 Washington State – P12N (WA)
ULM @ Florida State – ACCN

5:00 PM
North Carolina A&T @ Duke – ACCN Xtra
Maine @ Georgia Southern – ESPN+
Gardner-Webb @ East Carolina – ESPN3

6:00 PM
BYU @ Tennessee – ESPN
Eastern Kentucky @ Louisville – ACCN Xtra
South Dakota @ No. 4 Oklahoma – Oklahoma PPV
Coastal Carolina @ Kansas – ESPN+
Furman @ Georgia State – ESPN+
Jackson State @ South Alabama – ESPN+
No. 18 UCF @ FAU – CBSSN
McNeese State @ Oklahoma State – ESPN+
Western Kentucky @ FIU – ESPN+
Wyoming @ Texas State – ESPN+
North Texas @ Southern Methodist – ESPN3
Tennessee State @ Middle Tennessee – ESPN3

6:30 PM
No. 10 Auburn hosts Tulane – ESPN2
Liberty @ ULL – ESPN+
Buffalo @ No. 15 Penn State – FOX
No. 6 LSU @No. 9 Texas – ABC
UT-Martin @ No. 11 Florida – ESPNU
Arkansas @ Ole Miss – SECN
Stony Brook @ Utah State – No broadcast
Eastern Michigan @ Kentucky – SECN (alt)
Western Michigan @ No. 19 Michigan State – BTN
Nevada @ No. 16 Oregon – P12N

7:00 PM
Miami @ North Carolina – ACCN
UTEP @ Texas Tech – ACCN regional
Prairie View A&M @ Houston – ESPN3

8:00 PM

Tulsa @ San Jose State – ESPN3

9:00 PM
Arkansas State @ UNLV – No broadcast

9:30 PM
No. 23 Stanford @ USC – ESPN
Minnesota @ Fresno State – CBSSN
California @ No. 14 Washington – FS1

9:45 PM
Northern Arizona @ Arizona – P12N

10:59 PM
Oregon State @ Hawaii – Hawaii PPV

One Comment

  1. wde1988 wde1988 says:

    If you like College Football this weekend gonna be a good one!

    WDE

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