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. 22, 2014.
Several games have been held under a six-day option, which means the kickoff time and TV will not be announced until Sunday, Nov. 16.
The remainder of times and TV for the weekend of Nov. 22 are listed on each team’s 2014 football schedule.
Note: This post will be updated as selections are announced.
Week 13 TV Schedule Selections
All times Eastern
North Carolina at Duke – 7:30pm, ESPN (Thursday)
Virginia Tech at Wake Forest – 12:30pm, ACC Network
Boston College at Florida State – 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN2
Georgia State at Clemson – 3:30pm, RSN
Louisville at Notre Dame – 3:30pm, NBC
Syracuse at Pittsburgh – 3:30pm, ESPNU
Miami at Virginia – 7pm, ESPN2
Off: Georgia Tech, NC State
SMU at UCF – Noon, ESPNews
Tulsa at Houston – 3pm, ESPN3
Tulane at East Carolina – 3:30pm, ESPN3
USF at Memphis – 4pm, ESPNews
Cincinnati at UConn – 8pm, CBSSN
Kansas State at West Virginia – 7pm, FOX Sports 1 (Thursday)
Kansas at Oklahoma – Noon, FOX Sports 1
Texas Tech at Iowa State – 3:30pm, FSN
Oklahoma State at Baylor – 7:30pm, FOX
Off: TCU, Texas
Northwestern at Purdue – Noon, ESPNU
Indiana at Ohio State – Noon, Big Ten Network
Minnesota at Nebraska – Noon, ESPN
Penn State at Illinois – Noon, ESPN2
Rutgers at Michigan State – Noon, Big Ten Network
Maryland at Michigan – 3:30pm, Big Ten Network
Wisconsin at Iowa – 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN2 (RM)
Washington State at Arizona State – 1pm, Pac-12 Network
Arizona at Utah – 3:30pm, ESPN
Stanford at California – 4pm, FOX Sports 1
Colorado at Oregon – 4:30pm, Pac-12 Network
USC at UCLA – 8pm, ABC
Oregon State at Washington – 10:30pm, Pac-12 Network
Charleston Southern at Georgia – Noon, SEC Network
Eastern Kentucky at Florida – Noon, SEC Network
South Alabama at South Carolina – Noon, FSN
Ole Miss at Arkansas – 3:30pm, CBS
Western Carolina at Alabama – 4pm, SEC Network
Samford at Auburn – 7pm, ESPNU
Missouri at Tennessee – 7:30pm, ESPN
Vanderbilt at Mississippi State – 7:30pm, SEC Network
Off: Kentucky, LSU, Texas A&M
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There’s too many TBAs to try to figure out which network games will be on and which time they’ll start at. If I had to guess, I would say that ESPN News will take 2 AAC games, FS1 will take Stanford/Cal or AZ/Utah, BTN will take Ind @ Oh St, Maryland @ Michigan, and PSU @ ILL.
According to their TV schedule, ESPN has 15 slots for the 22nd. They have the 3 ESPNU games as noted in the post (NW @ Purd, Syr @ PITT, Samford @ Aub), as well as Boise St @ Wyo and Fresno St @ Nev at 10:30 ET on ESPN2 and U respectively, and a 7:30 SEC game. That leaves 9 games remaining. I think they will take the 2 TBAs from the ACC (BC @ FSU, Mia @ Virg), 2 AAC games, 3 Big 10 games, 2 Pac 12 games (USC @ UCLA, AZ @ Utah or Stan/Cal). 2+2+3+2=9.
This is my prediction for how it will play out: (Times ET)
ESPN-Rutg @ MSU
ESPN2-Mia @ Virg
ESPNU-NW @ Purd (Fixed)
ABC/ESPN2-AZ @ Utah
ABC/ESPN2-Minn @ Neb
ESPN-Wisc @ Iowa
ESPNU-Syr @ Pitt (Fixed)
ESPN2-BC @ FSU
ESPNU-Samford @ Auburn (Fixed)
ESPN-Mizzou @ Tenn or Vandy @ MS St
ABC-USC @ UCLA
ESPN2-BSU @ Wyo
ESPNU-Fres St @ Nev
–FOX Sports 1:
12 PM-KU @ Okla (fixed)
4 PM-Stanford @ Cal
–Big Ten Network:
12 PM-Indiana @ Ohio
3:30 PM-Maryland @ Mich and PSU @ ILL
BTN is airing a basketball game at 8 and 10 PM, which is why they will air regional games at 3:30, instead of taking up the 7 PM slot for a game.
You have the wrong score (actually 49 to 37) on the OSU/Mich St. game, which wasn’t a squeaker by any means.