College Football TV Schedule Selections for Oct. 10, 2015

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, Sun Belt and others. Today, selections were announced for the weekend of Oct. 10, 2015.

The remainder of times and TV for the weekend of Oct. 10 are listed on our main College Football Schedule.

Week 6 TV Schedule Selections
All times Eastern

NC State at Virginia Tech – 8pm, ESPN (Friday)
Duke at Army – Noon, CBSSN
Virginia at Pittsburgh – 12:30pm, ACCN
Wake Forest at Boston College – 3pm, ACC RSN
Georgia Tech at Clemson – 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN2 (RM)
Syracuse at USF – 3:30pm, CBSSN
Miami (FL) at Florida State – 8pm, ABC

Off: Louisville, North Carolina

SMU at Houston – 8pm, ESPN2 (Thursday)
Tulane at Temple – Noon, ESPNU
Navy at Notre Dame – 3:30pm, NBC
Syracuse at USF – 3:30pm, CBSSN
UConn at UCF – 3:45pm, ESPNews
ULM at Tulsa – 6pm, ESPN3
East Carolina at BYU – 7:30pm, ESPNU

Off: Cincinnati, Memphis

Big 12
Oklahoma vs. Texas – Noon, ABC (at Dallas, TX)
Baylor at Kansas – Noon, FS1
Iowa State at Texas Tech – 3:30pm, FSN
Oklahoma State at West Virginia – 7pm, ESPN2
TCU at Kansas State – 7:30pm, FOX

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

Washington at USC – 9pm, ESPN (Thursday)
Oregon State at Arizona – 4pm, FS1
Washington State at Oregon – 6pm, Pac-12N
Colorado at Arizona State – 10pm, Pac-12N
California at Utah – 10:15pm, ESPN

Off: Stanford, UCLA

New Mexico State at Ole Miss – Noon, SECN
Georgia at Tennessee – 3:30pm, CBS
South Carolina at LSU – 3:30pm, ESPN
Troy at Mississippi State – 4pm, SECN
Arkansas at Alabama – 7pm, ESPN
Florida at Missouri – 7:30pm, SECN

Off: Auburn, Kentucky, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt

Comments (9)

They have the ability to put Texas-Oklahoma at 8 now, and they still won’t do it. This is a primetime-worthy match-up, no matter how each team does.

Texas .is just not ready for PRIME TIME look what happened at NOTRE DAME noon or 2:30 PM seems fine for the Longhorns 8 pm is past their bed time

Per the The Oklahoman:

“Because of the historic rivalry, the OU-Texas game would seem perfect for prime time, but (OU athletic director Joe) Castiglione has long insisted that he’ll never allow the game to be played at night. “We get asked every year to move that game to a night kickoff,” he said. But because of the high density of people clustered inside the State Fair, the alcohol available all day and the two highly passionate fan bases, playing at night doesn’t make sense, Castiglione has said. “Not under my watch,” he said when asked if it could ever happen.”

Maybe should have that game on at 9:30am Eastern like the NY JETS and Miami Dolphins game after the beating the Longhorns just took maybe the Networks should have some MERCY on them and not show them at all.

I am assuming that GT @ Clemson or Miami @ FSU will be at 3:30 or 7 PM on ESPN2, and the other will be at 12:30 on ACC Network.

Texas should GIVE IT UP for this year……I am an alumnus of UT…..and a PROUD ALUM, a member of the Longhorn Marching Band while there…….I LOVE MY LONGHORNS…….BUT……Strong, and the A.D., as well as the whole team should be replaced and aim at next year. This year, they are ALL A DISGRACE. Mary Ann Hammer 10/10/15