College football TV schedule selections for Oct. 11, 2014

By Brian Wilmer -

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 Oct. 11, 2014.

The remainder of times and TV for the weekend of Oct. 11 are listed on each team’s 2014 football schedule.

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

Week 7 TV Schedule Selections
All times Eastern

Florida State at Syracuse – Noon, ESPN
Cincinnati at Miami – Noon, RSN
Duke at Georgia Tech – 12:30pm, ACC Network
Louisville at Clemson – 3:30pm, ESPNU
Boston College at NC State – 3:30pm, RSN
North Carolina at Notre Dame – 3:30pm, NBC

Big 12
Oklahoma vs. Texas (Red River Showdown) – Noon, ABC
West Virginia at Texas Tech – Noon, FOX Sports 1
TCU at Baylor – 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN2 (reverse mirror)
Oklahoma State at Kansas – 4pm, FOX Sports 1

Big Ten
Illinois at Wisconsin – Noon, ESPN2
Indiana at Iowa – Noon, ESPNU
Northwestern at Minnesota – Noon, Big Ten Network
Michigan State at Purdue – 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN2 (reverse mirror)
Penn State at Michigan – 7pm, ESPN2

Washington State at Stanford – 9pm, ESPN (Friday)
Oregon at UCLA – 3:30pm, FOX
Washington at California – 6pm, Pac-12 Networks
USC at Arizona – 10:30pm, ESPN2

Georgia at Missouri – Noon, CBS
UL Monroe at Kentucky – Noon, SEC Network
Auburn at Mississippi State – 3:30pm, CBS
UT Chattanooga at Tennessee – 4pm, SEC Network
Alabama at Arkansas – 6pm, ESPN
LSU at Florida – 7:30pm, SEC Network
Charleston Southern at Vanderbilt – 7:30pm, FSN
Ole Miss at Texas A&M – 9pm, ESPN

Comments (11)

Cincinnati at Miami
TCU at Baylor
Washington State at Stanford
Oregon at UCLA

I will be glued to the TV

Not that week. The Oklahoma-Texas game is the noon game on ABC, and they have a 3:30 game, but no 8:00. ABC is carrying a NASCAR race (Bank of America 500) in that timeslot.

CBS is scheduled to have 2 games that week. 2 of the 6-day option games will be on CBS, while the other 3 will be on the ESPN family of networks at prime time. Looking at the ESPN TV listings for that day, it appears as if there will be a 6 PM and 9 PM game on ESPN, which would probably be an SEC East and SEC west game respectively. The other game would be on ESPNU at 7 PM

You’re right actually. ECU @ S Florida is scheduled for 7 PM on ESPNU, and Ch So @ Vandy isn’t on SECN.

You can expect the 8PM game on ABC a week from Saturday to be ND @ FSU with the GameDay gang right behind them; expect confirmation within 30-45 minutes. Thank goodness this Saturday’s NASCAR race is the final night race of the year.