College football schedule: TV selections for Nov. 26, 2022

By Kevin Kelley -

College football schedule TV selections for the weekend of November 26, 2022 will be made today. Selections will be made by the five power conferences, while some Group of Five games will also be set.

A few were held under the six-day option. Those game times and/or TV will be finalized on Sunday, Nov. 20.

College football schedule: Week 13 TV selections

*All times Eastern.


Friday, Nov. 25
NC State at North Carolina – 3:30pm, ABC
Florida at Florida State – 7:30pm, ABC

Saturday, Nov. 26
Georgia Tech at Georgia – 12pm, ESPN
South Carolina at Clemson – 12pm, ABC
Louisville at Kentucky – 3pm, SECN
Wake at Duke – 3:30pm, ACCN
Syracuse at Boston College – 7:30pm, RSN/ESPN3
Pitt at Miami (FL) – 8pm, ACCN
Virginia at Virginia Tech – Canceled

Off: None


Friday, Nov. 25
Tulane at Cincinnati – 12pm, ABC

Saturday, Nov. 26
East Carolina at Temple – 1pm, ESPN+
Memphis at SMU – 3:30pm, ESPN2
UCF at USF – 7pm, ESPN2
Tulsa at Houston – 7:30pm, ESPNU

Off: Navy

BIG 12

Friday, Nov. 25
Baylor at Texas – 12pm, ESPN

Saturday, Nov. 26
West Virginia at Oklahoma St. – 12pm, ESPN2
Iowa State at TCU – 4pm, FOX
Oklahoma at Texas Tech – 7:30pm, FS1
Kansas at Kansas State – 8pm, FOX

Off: None


Friday, Nov. 25
Nebraska at Iowa – 4pm, BTN

Saturday, Nov. 26
Michigan at Ohio State – 12pm, FOX
Rutgers at Maryland – 12pm, BTN
Illinois at Northwestern – 3:30pm, BTN
Minnesota at Wisconsin – 3:30pm, ESPN
Purdue at Indiana – 3:30pm, BTN
Michigan State at Penn State – 4pm, FS1

Off: None


Saturday, Nov. 26
WKU at Florida Atlantic – 12pm, CBSSN
Rice at North Texas – 2pm, ESPN+
UTEP at UTSA – 3:30pm, Stadium
UAB at Louisiana Tech – 3:30pm, CBSSN
MTSU at FIU – 6pm, ESPN3

Off: Charlotte


Saturday, Nov. 26
Army at UMass – 12pm, ESPN+
NM State at Liberty – 12pm, ESPN+
Notre Dame at USC – 7:30pm, ABC
BYU at Stanford – 11pm, FS1

Off: UConn


Tuesday, Nov. 22
Ball St. at Miami (Ohio) – 7pm, ESPN+
Bowling Green at Ohio – 7pm, ESPNU

Friday, Nov. 25
CMU at EMU – 12pm, CBSSN
Toledo at WMU – 12pm, ESPNU

Saturday, Nov. 26
Kent State at Buffalo – 1pm, ESPN+
Akron at NIU – 1:30pm, ESPN3

Off: None


Friday, Nov. 25
Utah State at Boise State – 12pm, CBS
New Mexico at Colorado St. – 3:30pm, CBSSN
Wyoming at Fresno St. – 10pm, FS1

Saturday, Nov. 26
Hawaii at SJSU – 3:30pm, Spectrum
Nevada at UNLV – 6pm, SSSEN/MWN
Air Force at SDSU – 9pm, CBSSN

Off: None


Friday, Nov. 25
Arizona State at Arizona – 3pm, FS1
UCLA at California – 4:30pm, FOX

Saturday, Nov. 26
Oregon at Oregon St. – 3:30pm, ABC
Notre Dame at USC – 7:30pm, ABC
Utah at Colorado – 4pm, P12N
Washington at Washington St. – 10:30pm, ESPN
BYU at Stanford – 11pm, FS1

Off: None


Thursday, Nov. 24
Mississippi State at Ole Miss – 7pm, ESPN

Friday, Nov. 25
Arkansas at Missouri – 3:30pm, CBS
Florida at Florida State – 7:30pm, ABC

Saturday, Nov. 26
South Carolina at Clemson – 12pm, ABC
Georgia Tech at Georgia – 12pm, ESPN
Louisville at Kentucky – 3pm, SECN
Auburn at Alabama – 3:30pm, CBS
LSU at Texas A&M – 7pm, ESPN
Tennessee at Vanderbilt – 7:30pm, SECN

Off: None


Saturday, Nov. 26
CCU at James Madison – 12pm, ESPNU
Georgia State at Marshall – 12pm, ESPN+
ODU at South Alabama – 12pm, ESPN+
Troy at Arkansas State – 3:30pm, ESPNU
Louisiana at Texas State – 5pm, ESPN+
Southern Miss at ULM – 5pm, ESPN+
App State at Georgia Southern – 6pm, ESPN+

Off: None

Comments (9)

I wish CBS would have switched Ark/Mizz and Boise State/USU on Black Friday.
I can only imagine how cold it’s going to be at 10 AM in Boise, I would think a 1:30 start time would be much more preferable.

Z-Man part of the tradition of this game is that its a day game starting at noon. In 2006 when it started at 3:30 some people acted like the sky was falling. I believe the way the current TV deal works FOX gets first pick and will always pick this game 1st for the noon window.

And those people were wrong. As far as I was concerned 3:30 PM was still too early. Traditions are allowed to fall by the wayside, just ask the Rose Bowl Game. It used to be exclusive to the Big Ten and Pac-12, not anymore.

I love the Day Games.
Living in the PTZ I have to watch a lot of late Night Games because that’s the Window, ESPN, FOX, CBS want my MTZ Team to play in.

2022 was the 1st Year in 20+ Years that there were some Games on in the Afternoon.

My Royal Blue Cougars are in the B12 in 2023. I look forward to some Conference Games in the Afternoon & 1 @ Midday would be celebrated more than any other time Slot.

Z what did noon games ever do to you?

Michigan Ohio State was the most watched college football game all regular season last year at noon. Clearly, fans are watching noon games.