College football schedule: TV selections for Nov. 19, 2022

By Kevin Kelley -

College football schedule TV selections for the weekend of November 19, 2022 will be made today. Selections will be made by the five power conferences, while some Group of Five games will also be set.

Several games were held under the six-day option. Those game times and/or TV were finalized on Sunday, Nov. 13.

College football schedule: Week 12 TV selections

*All times Eastern.


Saturday, Nov. 19
Duke at Pitt – 12pm, ACCN
Louisiana at FSU – 12pm, RSN/ESPN3
Virginia Tech at Liberty – 12pm, ESPN+
BC at Notre Dame – 2:30pm, NBC
Miami at Clemson – 3:30pm, ESPN
NC State at Louisville – 3:30pm, RSN/ESPN3
Georgia Tech at N. Carolina – 5:30pm, ESPN2
Syracuse at Wake Forest – 8pm, ACCN
CCU at Virginia – Canceled

Off: None


Thursday, Nov. 17
SMU at Tulane – 7:30pm, ESPN

Friday, Nov. 18
USF at Tulsa – 9:00pm, ESPN2

Saturday, Nov. 19
Navy at UCF – 11am, ESPN2
North Alabama at Memphis – 2pm, ESPN+
Houston at East Carolina – 2pm, ESPN+
Cincinnati at Temple – 4pm, ESPNU

Off: None

BIG 12

Saturday, Nov. 19
TCU at Baylor – 12pm, FOX
Kansas State at West Virginia – 2pm, ESPN+
Texas at Kansas – 3:30pm, FS1
Texas Tech at Iowa State – 7pm, FS1
Oklahoma State at Oklahoma – 7:30pm, ABC

Off: None


Saturday, Nov. 19
Illinois at Michigan – 12pm, ABC
Indiana at Michigan State – 12pm, BTN
Wisconsin at Nebraska – 12pm, ESPN
Northwestern at Purdue – 12pm, FS1
Ohio State at Maryland – 3:30pm, ABC
Penn State at Rutgers – 3:30pm, BTN
Iowa at Minnesota – 4pm, FOX

Off: None


Saturday, Nov. 19
UTSA at Rice – 1pm, ESPN+
FAU at MTSU – 3:30pm, ESPN+
LA Tech at Charlotte – 3:30pm, ESPN3
FIU at UTEP – 4pm, ESPN+
WKU at Auburn – 4pm, SECN
UAB at LSU – 9pm, ESPN2

Off: North Texas


Saturday, Nov. 19
UConn at Army – 12pm, CBSSN
UMass at Texas A&M – 12pm, SECN+/ESPN+
Virginia Tech at Liberty – 12pm, ESPN+
BC at Notre Dame – 2:30pm, NBC/Peacock
Utah Tech at BYU – 3:30pm, BYUtv/ESPN3
NM State at Missouri – 7:30pm, ESPNU

Off: None


Tuesday, Nov. 15
Bowling Green at Toledo – 7pm, ESPNU
Ohio at Ball State – 7pm, ESPN2

Wednesday, Nov. 16
EMU at Kent State – 6pm, ESPN2
Miami (Ohio) at NIU – 7pm, CBSSN
WMU at CMU – 8pm, ESPNU

Saturday, Nov. 19
Akron at Buffalo – Postponed

Off: None


Friday, Nov. 18
San Diego St. at New Mexico – 9:45pm, FS1

Saturday, Nov. 19
Boise St. at Wyoming – 7pm, CBSSN
Colorado St. at Air Force – 9pm, FS2
San Jose St. at Utah St. – 9:45pm, FS1
Fresno St. at Nevada – 10:30pm, CBSSN
UNLV at Hawaii – 11pm, Spectrum PPV

Off: None


Saturday, Nov. 19
Washington St. at Arizona – 2pm, P12N
Oregon St. at Arizona St. – 2:15pm, ESPN2
Stanford at Cal – 5:30pm, P12N
Colorado at Washington – 9pm, P12N
USC at UCLA – 8pm, FOX
Utah at Oregon – 10:30pm, ESPN

Off: None


Saturday, Nov. 19
Austin Peay at Alabama – 12pm, SECN+/ESPN+
ETSU at Mississippi St. – 12pm, SECN+/ESPN+
Florida at Vanderbilt – 12pm, SECN
UMass at Texas A&M – 12pm, SECN+/ESPN+
Georgia at Kentucky – 3:30pm, CBS
WKU at Auburn – 4pm, SECN
Tenn. at S. Carolina – 7pm, ESPN
Ole Miss at Arkansas – 7:30pm, SECN
NM State at Missouri – 7:30pm, ESPNU
UAB at LSU – 9pm, ESPN2

Off: None


Saturday, Nov. 19
Louisiana at FSU – 12pm, RSN/ESPN3
Georgia State at James Madison – 2pm, ESPN+
Old Dominion at App State – 2:30pm, ESPN+
CCU at Virginia – 3:30pm, RSN/ESPN3
S. Alabama at Southern Miss – 3:30pm, NFLN
ULM at Troy – 3:30pm, ESPN+
A-State at Texas State – 5pm, ESPN3
Marshall at Ga. Southern – 6pm, ESPN+

Off: None

Comments (17)

Oregon State/ASU a 2:15 PM ET start time?
So that means there must be an 11 AM ET start time on ESPN2…interesting.

Kevin, for Friday, November 18: San Diego State at New Mexico football game will start at 9:45 pm Eastern Time on FS1.

Thanks, I get all the info when it’s announced, just can’t update fast enough. You don’t have to post the times in the comments unless there’s an error.

I absolutely love coming to this site. The schedule information is fantastic. The weekly facts about matchups, rivalries, and hardware up for grabs are a great read.

It would be amazing if on Sundays, when networks finalize their selections, you would post an update. It is not easy to find the changes made by ABC/ESPN/Fox/etc.

Saturday, Nov. 19
Colorado St. at Air Force – 9:00pm, FS2
San Jose St. at Utah St. – 9:45pm, FS1

Hopefully starting next year the Big Ten will have night games all November long. It’s time they fall in line with the other P5 conferences in doing so. Especially since two Sun Belt schools, UCLA and USC, are joining in 2024, and all 16 schools should be eligible to host night games all November long, not just the LA schools.

Last years most watched college football game was Ohio State vs Michigan at guess what time…..noon!

One thing that I hope in the future is that with the rise of streaming services and the decline of cable, is that there are no more “broadcast windows”. Instead, the home team determines what time they want the game to start at, and whatever channel/network just picks it up.

The Big Ten has avoided night games in late November for years, but now with a presence in Los Angeles forthcoming, they have to stop avoiding night games in late November. The MAC, which also has most of its schools in the Midwest, did so a long time ago, even though most of their games in November are in the middle of the week rather than Saturday.

Last year the low in LA on the Saturday after Thanksgiving was 52, and still BYU-USC and Cal-UCLA were played at night that night because 52 isn’t a big deal to Angelinos,

But again, all Big Ten schools should be able to host night games all November long, not just the LA schools.

The PAC-12 went from the Conference of Champions to a conference in disarray, almost dissolved, and on the verge of being rendered insignificant largely because of their insistent “after dark” scheduling. (Christian MaCaffrery would have won the 2015 Heisman if they just let the rest of country watch him play!) Now you want the Big Ten to voluntarily opt into playing night games on the west coast! Unbelievable!! College football is the most consumed on Saturday afternoons – not my opinion but the public’s preference demonstrated through TV ratings (which are 60% of total athletic revenue). They are not going to put their income in jeopardy.

Three things (Why do I feel like I’ve had to bring this up so many times?):
1. The MAC schools desperately need tv exposure much more than Big Ten schools. This is why they play on Tuesday and Wednesday nights in November. The Big Ten schools already have eyeballs, people will generally watch regardless of kickoff time, so they don’t need night games.
2. Have you ever heard of snow? Also, I would imagine the wind chill is even greater at night due to the proximity to the Great Lakes.
3. As a someone from California, Californians love complaining about the weather. They generally hate it if it’s above 90 or below 65 Fahrenheit.

Who knows? I don’t really care. I don’t live in Big Ten country.
I just think the kickoff times should be up to the schools, not the tv networks.