BCS Conferences announce October 15 Football TV Schedule

By Kevin Kelley -

The six BCS conferences have each announced their football TV schedule for the weekend of October 15, 2011. Top matchups include Oklahoma State at Texas, Michigan at Michigan State, USC at California, Arizona State at Oregon, LSU at Tennessee and Florida at Auburn.

Listed below are the games scheduled for television with kickoff time (Eastern) and network:

DateACCTime (ET)Network
Sat., Oct. 15Miami (FL) at North Carolina12:30 p.m.ACCN
Sat., Oct. 15Florida State at Duke3:00 p.m.RSN
Sat., Oct. 15Georgia Tech at Virginia3:30 p.m.ESPNU
Sat., Oct. 15Virginia Tech at Wake Forest6:30 p.m.ESPN3
Sat., Oct. 15Clemson at Maryland7:00 p.m.ESPNU
DateBig 12Time (ET)Network
Sat., Oct. 15Baylor at Texas A&M12:00 p.m.FX
Sat., Oct. 15Oklahoma State at Texas3:30 p.m.ABC
Sat., Oct. 15Kansas State at Texas Tech7:00 p.m.FSN
Sat., Oct. 15Oklahoma at Kansas9:15 p.m.ESPN2
DateBig EastTime (ET)Network
Sat., Oct. 15Utah at Pittsburgh12:00 p.m.ESPNU
Sat., Oct. 15Louisville at Cincinnati12:00 p.m.BEN
Sat., Oct. 15USF at Connecticut3:30 p.m.BEN
Sat., Oct. 15Navy at Rutgers2:00 p.m.ESPN3
DateBig TenTime (ET)Network
Sat., Oct. 15Michigan at Michigan State12:00 p.m.ESPN
Sat., Oct. 15Indiana at Wisconsin12:00 p.m.ESPN2
Sat., Oct. 15Purdue at Penn State12:00 p.m.BTN
Sat., Oct. 15Ohio State at Illinois3:30 p.m.ABC/ESPN (RM)
Sat., Oct. 15Northwestern at Iowa7:00 p.m.BTN
DatePac-12Time (ET)Network
Thu., Oct. 13USC at California9:00 p.m.ESPN
Sat., Oct. 15Colorado at Washington3:30 p.m.ROOT
Sat., Oct. 15Stanford at Washington State7:30 p.m.Versus
Sat., Oct. 15Arizona State at Oregon10:15 p.m.ESPN/ESPN 3D
Sat., Oct. 15BYU at Oregon State4:00 p.m.FCS Pacific/KBYU
DateSECTime (ET)Network
Sat., Oct. 15South Carolina at Miss. State12:21 p.m.SECN
Sat., Oct. 15LSU at Tennessee3:30 p.m.CBS
Sat., Oct. 15Alabama at Ole Miss6:00 p.m.ESPN2
Sat., Oct. 15Florida at Auburn7:00 p.m.ESPN
Sat., Oct. 15Georgia at Vanderbilt7:00 p.m.FSN

Comments (3)

BYU at Oregon State will no longer be just on OSUBeavers.com. KBYU and FCS Pacific will broadcast the game live, with Dave McCann doing play-by-play and either Gary Scheide or Blaine Fowler doing the analysis. Robbie Bullough will be the sideline reporter. The game will also be shown with a same day tape delay on BYUtv (at 10 PM ET) and on Root Sports Northwest (7:30 PM PT).



OSUBeavers.com won’t carry the game this Saturday. They dropped it since root Sports will rebroadcast the game. You can catch it on Fox College Sports Pacific at 4 PM ET, on KBYU at 4 PM ET, tape delayed on BYUtv at 10 PM ET, or tape delayed on Root Sports Northwest at 7:30 PM PT this Saturday. The game will be available online at byutv.org starting at 10 PM ET, but that is the only place online you can catch it.