College Football TV Schedule Selections for Nov. 14, 2015

By Kevin Kelley -

Every Monday, the five power conferences announce their football TV schedule for the weekend after next. Some selections are also made by the American, C-USA, MAC, MWC, and Sun Belt. Today, selections were announced for the weekend of Nov. 14, 2015.

The remainder of times and TV for the weekend of Nov. 14 are listed on our main College Football Schedule.

Week 11 TV Schedule Selections
All times Eastern

Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech – 7:30pm, ESPN (Thurs.)
Pittsburgh at Duke – Noon, ESPNews
NC State at Florida State – 12:30pm, ACCN
Virginia at Louisville – 12:30pm, RSN
Clemson at Syracuse – 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN2 (RM)
Miami (FL) at North Carolina – 3:30pm, ESPNU
Wake Forest at Notre Dame – 3:30pm, NBC

Off: Boston College

Tulane at Army – Noon, CBSSN
SMU at Navy – 3:30pm, CBSSN
Memphis at Houston – 7pm, ESPN2
Temple at USF – 7pm, CBSSN
Tulsa at Cincinnati – 7:30pm, ESPNews

Off: East Carolina, UCF, UConn

Big 12
Kansas at TCU – Noon, FS1
Texas at West Virginia – Noon, ESPNU
Kansas State at Texas Tech – 3:30pm, FS1
Oklahoma State at Iowa State – 3:30pm, ESPN
Oklahoma at Baylor – 8pm, ABC

Big Ten
Maryland at Michigan State – Noon, ESPN2
Ohio State at Illinois – Noon, ABC
Purdue at Northwestern – Noon, BTN
Michigan at Indiana – 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN2 (RM)
Nebraska at Rutgers – 3:30pm, BTN
Minnesota at Iowa – 8pm, BTN

Off: Penn State, Wisconsin

Middle Tennessee at FAU – Noon, ASN
North Texas at Tennessee – Noon, SECN
UTEP at ODU – Noon, FSN
UTSA at Charlotte – 2pm, FCS
FIU at Marshall – 3:30pm, FSN
Southern Miss at Rice – 3:30pm, ASN

Off: Louisiana Tech, WKU

Tulane at Army – Noon, CBSSN
Wake Forest at Notre Dame – 3:30pm, NBC
BYU vs. Missouri – 7:30pm, SECN (at Kansas City, MO)

Kent State at Ohio – 8pm, ESPNU (Tues.)
Toledo at CMU – 8pm, ESPN2 (Tues.)
Bowling Green at WMU – 8pm, ESPN2 (Wed.)
NIU at Buffalo – ESPNU (Wed.)
Akron at Miami (OH) – Noon, ASN
UMass at Eastern Michigan – 3pm, ESPN3

Off: Ball State

Utah State at Air Force – 2pm, ESPN3
San Jose State at Nevada – 4pm, MWN
UNLV at Colorado State – 7pm, ROOT
New Mexico at Boise State – 10:15pm, ESPNU
Wyoming at San Diego State – 10:30pm, CBSSN
Fresno State at Hawaii – 11pm, MWN

USC at Colorado – 9pm, ESPN2 (Fri.)
Washington at Arizona State – 3pm, Pac-12N
Oregon at Stanford – 7:30pm, FOX
Utah at Arizona – 10pm, FS1
Oregon State at California – 10:30pm, Pac-12N
Washington State at UCLA – 10:45pm, ESPN

Florida at South Carolina – Noon, ESPN
Georgia at Auburn – Noon, CBS
North Texas at Tennessee – Noon, SECN
Alabama at Mississippi State – 3:30pm, CBS
Kentucky at Vanderbilt – 4pm, SECN
Western Carolina at Texas A&M – 7pm, ESPNU
Arkansas at LSU – 7:15pm, ESPN
BYU vs. Missouri – 7:30pm, SECN (at Kansas City, MO)

Off: Ole Miss

Sun Belt
UL Lafayette at South Alabama – 7:30pm, ESPNU
Arkansas State at ULM – 3pm, ESPN3
Georgia Southern at Troy – 3:30pm, SBN/ESPN3
Georgia State at Texas State – 4pm, ESPN3
Appalachian State at Idaho – 5pm, ESPN3

Off: New Mexico State

Comments (8)

There’s a reason why the games are listed as TBA. Oklahoma St-TCU is a toss up. Navy could upset Memphis, and Cincy could upset Houston.
Also, one of those B12 games is gonna be on FOX at 3:30 most likely.


FOX is not showing an afternoon game on the 14th. Memphis and Houston will not be a Prime time ABC game.

The B10 has no night games, they typically avoid them in November. ABC has rights to ACC, B12, AAC games they could put prime time. AAC is not getting prime time, they only reason Temple got it was they were playing Notre Dame, in conference game not a chance. ACC has Clemson/ Syr and FSU/ NC State as possibilities but OU vs Baylor is a much better game and will be 2 top 25 teams. Also, I believe there is some clause in the deal with b12 that they must get a a certain number of games on ABC, they have not gotten a prime time game yet as it’s been alot of B10

Youre right about FOX not having the 3:30 slot.
ESPN currently has 11 slots open (4 at noon, 5 at 3:30/4, and 1 at 8 PM), 3 of which will be big ten games that will either air at 12 or 3:30. That leaves 8 slots open. Out of the remaining TBAs, they’ll probably take 3 ACC games, 1 American game, and 3 big 12 games. ACC Network will take the last ACC TBA, FS1 will take the last B12 TBA for their NOON slot, and CBSSN will take Temple @ USF for their 7 PM slot.
It seems that Baylor/Oklahoma and Houston/Memphis are frontrunners for the primetime ABC slot (it might depend on where College Gameday goes). Whichever doesn’t get ABC 8 pm will get ESPN or ESPN2 7 PM.

I think Houston-Memphis could be the ABC Saturday night football game. It can’t come from the SEC, Big 10 or Pac-12, and none of the ACC games look like a prime time network matchup. They must be hedging their bets on the Baylor QB situation – if it was already set for Baylor-Oklahoma, they wouldn’t have used the 6-day, and I don’t see a second option other than Houston-Memphis.

Hi, my name dh metcalf, I did read all the replies, and I’m just grateful to have a tv to watch it on. I’m not entitled to anything but living, so my thanks to those that do what they can, so I do have games to watch. Match ups don’t matter to me anymore, it’s college football: anything happens anyway, there are upset’s all the time. I’m appreciative to have games to watch. College football season flies byeee too fast anyway. Thanx again for the games that y’all do show, regardless of the matchup, much appreciated.

First time BYU playing covered only by kansas local SECN tv and not a major or espn or even a BYU affiliate station