College Football TV Schedule Selections for Nov. 1, 2014

By Kevin Kelley -

Every Monday, the five power conferences announce their football TV schedule for the weekend after next. Announcements are also made by the American, C-USA, MAC and others. Today, selections were announced for the weekend of Nov. 1, 2014.

Four games in the Big 12 and six in the Big Ten are on a 6-day hold. Kickoff time and television for those games will be announced after the games on Oct. 25.

The remainder of times and TV for the weekend of Nov. 1 are listed on each team’s 2014 football schedule.

Note: This post will be updated as selections are announced.

Week 10 TV Schedule Selections
All times Eastern

Florida State at Louisville – 7:30pm, ESPN (Thursday)
Duke at Pittsburgh – Noon, ESPNU
Boston College at Virginia Tech – 12:30pm, ACC Network (split)
North Carolina at Miami, FL – 12:30pm, ACC Network (split)
NC State at Syracuse – 3pm, RSN
Virginia at Georgia Tech – 3:30pm, ESPNU

Off: Clemson, Wake Forest

Cincinnati at Tulane – 8pm, ESPN2 (Friday)
Tulsa at Memphis – 8pm, ESPNU (Friday)
East Carolina at Temple – Noon, ESPNews
UCF at UConn – Noon, CBSSN
Houston at USF – 4pm, ESPNews

Off: SMU

Big 12
Oklahoma at Iowa State – Noon, FOX Sports 1
Kansas at Baylor – 4pm, FOX Sports 1
TCU at West Virginia – 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN2
Texas at Texas Tech – 7:30pm, FOX Sports 1
Oklahoma State at Kansas State – 8pm, ABC

Big Ten
Maryland at Penn State – Noon, ESPN2
Northwestern at Iowa – Noon, Big Ten Network
Wisconsin at Rutgers – 12pm, ESPN
Indiana at Michigan – 3:30pm, Big Ten Network
Purdue at Nebraska – 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN2
Illinois at Ohio State – 8pm, ABC

Off: Michigan State, Minnesota

Washington at Colorado – 1pm, Pac-12 Network
USC at Washington State – 4:30pm, Pac-12 Network
Stanford at Oregon – 7:30pm, FOX
Arizona at UCLA – 10:30pm, ESPN
California at Oregon State – 10:30pm, Pac-12 Network
Utah at Arizona State – 11pm, FOX Sports 1

ULM at Texas A&M – Noon, SEC Network
Georgia vs. Florida – 3:30pm, CBS (at Jacksonville, FL)
Kentucky at Missouri – 4pm, SEC Network
Auburn at Ole Miss – 7pm, ESPN
Old Dominion at Vanderbilt – 7pm, ESPNU
Arkansas at Mississippi State – 7:15pm, ESPN2
Tennessee at South Carolina – 7:30pm, SEC Network

Off: Alabama, LSU

Comments (10)

Why would FOX want the nation to see Oregon blow out Stanford rather than a competitive game between Utah and ASU? Instead only people in Pacific and Mtn time zones will see it.

Stanford has beaten Oregon the past two years and three times in the past 5 years with an exceptional defense, and they have another solid defense this year; their offense and especially their newly rebuilt O-line excluding the nation’s best LT and future top 3 NFL draft pick (Andrus Peat) explains their 4-3 record better than anything else.

Kickoff time has been announced within the past 30 minutes; 3:30 PM (EDT) via the ‘reverse mirror’ treatment on either ABC or ESPN II.