College football schedule: TV selections for November 25, 2023

By Kevin Kelley -

College football schedule TV selections for the weekend of November 25, 2023 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 TV selections will be finalized and announced late on Saturday, Nov. 18 or on Sunday, Nov. 19.

College football schedule: TV selections for November 25, 2023

*All times Eastern.


Friday, Nov. 24
Miami (FL) at BC – 12pm, ABC/ESPN3

Saturday, Nov. 25
Kentucky at Louisville – 12pm, ABC/ESPN3
Pitt at Duke – 12pm, ACCN
Wake Forest at Syracuse – 2pm, The CW
Virginia Tech at Virginia – 3:30pm, ACCN
Florida State at Florida – 7pm, ESPN
Clemson at South Carolina – 7:30pm, SECN
Georgia at Georgia Tech – 7:30pm, ABC
North Carolina at NC State – 8pm, ACCN

Off: None


Friday, Nov. 24
Memphis at Temple – 12pm, ESPN
UTSA at Tulane – 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN3

Saturday, Nov. 25
Navy at SMU – 12pm, ESPN2
Florida Atlantic at Rice – 1pm, ESPN+
Tulsa at East Carolina – 2pm, ESPN+
UAB at North Texas – 2pm, ESPN+
Charlotte at USF – 7:30pm, ESPNU

Off: None

BIG 12

Friday, Nov. 24
TCU at Oklahoma – 12pm, FOX
Texas Tech at Texas – 7:30pm, ABC/ESPN3

Saturday, Nov. 25
Houston at UCF – 12pm, FS1
BYU at Oklahoma State – 3:30pm, ABC
Kansas at Cincinnati – 7:30pm, ESPN2
West Virginia at Baylor – 7pm, FS1
Iowa State at Kansas State – 8pm, FOX

Off: None


Friday, Nov. 24
Iowa at Nebraska – 12pm, CBS/Paramount+
Penn St. vs. Michigan St. (in Detroit) – 7:30pm, NBC

Saturday, Nov. 25
Ohio State at Michigan – 12pm, FOX
Indiana at Purdue – 12pm, BTN
Maryland at Rutgers – 3:30pm, BTN
Northwestern at Illinois – 3:30pm, BTN
Wisconsin at Minnesota – 3:30pm, FS1

Off: None


Saturday, Nov. 25
MTSU at Sam Houston – 12pm, ESPN+
WKU at FIU – 3pm, ESPN+
Liberty at UTEP – 3:30pm CBSSN
Jax State at NM State – 4pm, ESPN+

Off: Louisiana Tech


Saturday, Nov. 25
UConn at UMass – 12pm, ESPN+
Notre Dame at Stanford – 7pm, P12N

Off: Army


Tuesday, Nov. 21
BGSU at WMU – 7pm, ESPNU
EMU at Buffalo – 7:30pm, ESPN2

Friday, Nov. 24
Ohio at Akron – 12pm, CBSSN
Toledo at CMU – 12pm, ESPNU

Saturday, Nov. 25
Miami (Ohio) at Ball State – 12pm, CBSSN
NIU at Kent State – 12pm, ESPN+

Off: None


Friday, Nov. 24
Utah State at New Mexico – 3:30pm, CBSSN
Air Force at Boise State – 4pm, FS1

Saturday, Nov. 25
San Jose State at UNLV – 3pm, SSSEN/MWN
Wyoming at Nevada – 9pm, CBSSN
Fresno St. at San Diego St. – 10:30pm, FS1
Colorado St. at Hawaii – 11pm, Spectrum PPV

Off: None


Friday, Nov. 24
Oregon State at Oregon – 8:30pm, FOX

Saturday, Nov. 25
Colorado at Utah – 3pm, P12N
Arizona at Arizona State – 3:30pm, ESPN
Washington St. at Washington – 4pm, FOX
Notre Dame at Stanford – 7pm, P12N
California at UCLA – 10:30pm, ESPN

Off: USC


Thursday, Nov. 23
Ole Miss at Mississippi St – 7:30pm, ESPN

Friday, Nov. 24
Missouri at Arkansas – 4pm, CBS/Paramount+

Saturday, Nov. 25
Kentucky at Louisville – 12pm, ABC/ESPN3
Texas A&M at LSU – 12pm, ESPN
Alabama at Auburn – 3:30pm, CBS
Vanderbilt at Tennessee – 3:30pm, SECN
Florida State at Florida – 7pm, ESPN
Clemson at South Carolina – 7:30pm, SECN
Georgia at Georgia Tech – 7:30pm, ABC

Off: None


Saturday, Nov. 25
Troy at Southern Miss – 12pm, ESPNU
GA State at Old Dominion – 2pm, ESPN+
ULM at Louisiana – 3pm, ESPN+
Arkansas State at Marshall – 3:30pm, ESPN+
GA Southern at App State – 3:30pm, ESPNU
James Madison at CCU – 3:30pm, ESPN2
South Alabama at Texas State – 7pm, NFLN

Off: None

2023 College Football Schedule

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Comments (25)

UM-OSU needs to be at night on NBC starting next year.

Anyone who doesn’t want that isn’t a real fan of UM, OSU, or CFB in general depending on where their loyalty lies.

Z-Man that game will be at night as soon as the Red River Rivalry is scheduled at night during the State Fair of Texas

It’s time for the Big Ten to fall in line with other conferences and allow on-campus night games on Thanksgiving weekend.

The MAC which is in a similar footprint plays night games all November long the fact that most are on weeknights notwithstanding.

What is “real football?”
Because if we’re talking the original version of the game, there better be no lights (day games only), rugby-style helmets, no field turf (grass only), and no forward passes.

Also, if realignment has taught us anything, it’s that traditions are allowed to fall by the wayside. If we’re going to accept major rivalries ending through realignment, then we can accept UM-OSU, traditionally played in the early afternoon, moving to primetime, which is the time UM and OSU meet in many other sports most often, notably basketball.

The noon window on Fox is typically the highest rated window on Saturday across all networks. There is no reason to expect them to move a high value property out of a high value window.

z-man as a fan of night football mostly when it is a monster game i agree but neither school wants that so go ask them to do it for us

KevinKelleyFB, Z-Man,

I love the Fact that occasionally, the NJ Giants, NJ Jets of The Medowlands Center, New Jersey have Rain or below freezing Temperatures during their December, January Games.

Hooray! The Meadowlands, New Jersey is not enclosed from outdoor weather like the So-Fi Center in Los Angeles is.

Notre Dame/Stanford is on Pac-12 Network. I know Stanford is in a rebuilding year with a new coach but I would have thought the Notre Dame brand would have helped that game get on national TV. It’s a good get for what could be the last ever football game on Pac-12 Network but Notre Dame fans might have trouble getting the game.

Clemson is forced into playing South Carolina on SEC Network. I’m sure Clemson fans can’t be happy with that. Georgia Tech and Louisville have had to play their SEC rivals on SECN in past years. Now it’s Clemson’s turn.

The ACC and Big XII still need to determine who will be playing in their respective championship games, hence the 6-day options. I’m not sure why they didn’t go ahead and set Kentucky/Louisville; Louisville’s conference season will be complete after this Saturday. As far as the Big XII is concerned the only TV slots left all seem to be at night (around 7-8 ET on Fox, FS1 and ESPN2) so all the contenders could be playing at the same time. That should make for a wild night of scoreboard watching.

ah yes, the um osu needs to be in prime time argument again. doing a quick google search, the game drew 17 million viewers for the noon kickoff, which was most watched regular season game for 2022.

The highest-rated primetime program the past few years has been a presentation of American football games. And that is very telling.

Fox has the first pick of games & Ohio St./Michigan will never be at night
Forget about it Z-Man

Would like to see Michigan Ohio State varie to give all three networks CBS,FOX & NBC to show Big Ten Biggest Football Game in the future.

Would like to see CBS televise 9/14/24 Notre Dame at Purdue with 3:30PM Kickoff. Last time CBS show Notre Dame was in 2019 when they played in prime time vs Georgia Bulldogs in Athens,GA & prior to that CBS did Notre Dame vs Navy during even number years when Fighting Irish were away team.

On Pac-12 website, they now have Arizona vs Arizona State on ESPN at 3:30 ET and Utah vs Colorado on Pac-12 Network at 3 ET