College football schedule: TV selections for Oct. 8, 2022

By Kevin Kelley -

College football schedule TV selections for the weekend of October 8, 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 games were held under the six-day option. Those game times and/or TV will be finalized on Sunday, Oct. 2. Games times and TV will be updated below as selections are announced.

College football schedule: Week 6 TV selections

*All times Eastern.


Saturday, Oct. 8
Louisville at Virginia – 12pm – ACCN
Virginia Tech at Pitt – 3:30pm, ACCN
Duke at Georgia Tech – 4pm, RSN
North Carolina at Miami – 4pm, ESPN2
Army at Wake Forest – 7:30pm, RSN/ESPN3
Clemson at BC – 7:30pm, ABC
FSU at NC State – 8pm, ACCN

Off: Syracuse


Wednesday, Oct. 5
SMU at UCF – 7pm, ESPN2

Friday, Oct. 7
Houston at Memphis – 7:30pm, ESPN2

Saturday, Oct. 8
Tulsa at Navy – 3:30pm, CBSSN
USF at Cincinnati – 2pm, ESPN+
East Carolina at Tulane – 3:30pm, ESPNU

Off: Temple

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Saturday, Oct. 8
Texas vs. Oklahoma (Dallas) – 12pm, ABC
TCU at Kansas – 12pm, FS1
Texas Tech at Oklahoma St. – 3:30pm, FS1
Kansas State at Iowa State – 7:30pm, ESPNU

Off: Baylor, West Virginia


Friday, Oct. 7
Nebraska at Rutgers – 7pm, FS1

Saturday, Oct. 8
Michigan at Indiana – 12pm, FOX
Purdue at Maryland – 12pm, BTN
Wisconsin at Northwestern – 3:30pm, BTN
Ohio State at Michigan State – 4pm, ABC
Iowa at Illinois – 7:30pm, BTN

Off: Minnesota, Penn State


Saturday, Oct. 8
Middle Tennessee at UAB – 3:30pm, Stadium
WKU at UTSA – 6pm, ESPN+
UConn at FIU – 7pm, ESPN3
UTEP at LA Tech – 7pm, ESPN+

Off: Charlotte, Florida Atlantic, North Texas, Rice


Saturday, Oct. 8
Liberty at UMass – 3:30pm, ESPN+
UConn at FIU – 7pm, ESPN3
Army at Wake Forest – 7:30pm, RSN/ESPN3
BYU vs. Notre Dame (Las Vegas) – 7:30pm, NBC/Peacock

Off: New Mexico State


Saturday, Oct. 8
Buffalo at Bowling Green – 12pm, ESPN+
EMU at WMU – 12pm, CBSSN
Akron at Ohio – 2pm, ESPN3
Ball State at CMU – 3:30pm, ESPN+
Kent State at Miami (Ohio) – 3:30pm, ESPN+
Toledo at NIU – 3:30pm, ESPN+

Off: None


Friday, Oct. 7
Colorado State at Nevada – 10pm, FS1
UNLV at San Jose State – 10:30pm, CBSSN

Saturday, Oct. 8
Air Force at Utah State – 7pm, FS1
Wyoming at New Mexico – 7pm, CBSSN
Fresno State at Boise State – 9:45pm, FS1
Hawaii at San Diego State – 10:30pm, CBSSN

Off: None


Saturday, Oct. 8
Utah at UCLA – 3:30pm, FOX
Washington at Arizona State – 4pm, P12N
Washington State at USC – 7:30pm, FOX
Oregon at Arizona – 9pm, P12N
Oregon State at Stanford – 11pm, ESPN

Off: California, Colorado


Saturday, Oct. 8
Arkansas at Mississippi State – 12pm, SECN
Missouri at Florida – 12pm, ESPNU
Tennessee at LSU – 12pm, ESPN
Auburn at Georgia – 3:30pm, CBS
Ole Miss at Vanderbilt – 4pm, SECN
South Carolina at Kentucky – 7:30pm, SECN
Texas A&M at Alabama – 8pm, CBS

Off: None


Saturday, Oct. 8
Georgia Southern at Georgia State – 2pm, ESPN3
App State at Texas State – 7pm, ESPN+
James Madison at Arkansas State – 7pm, NFLN
Southern Miss at Troy – 7pm, ESPN+
Coastal Carolina at ULM – 8pm, ESPN+

Off: Louisiana, Marshall, Old Dominion, South Alabama

Comments (6)

Some conference-controlled games are on six-day holds. I see the ACC used a six-day in this case. This isn’t something that happens often because each conference gets only so many six-day options per season. I guess the ACC and ESPN wanna see what this Saturday’s results are before determining kickoff times and TV/streaming designations. Even then, the games still have to be listed here.

Because they will be updated in the coming hours and days?
Use your brain, and give Kevin some respect.

Second paragraph:

“Games times and TV will be updated below as selections are announced.”

Times start coming out after 11am ET and then they finish around 2-3pm ET.