College Football TV Schedule Selections for Sept. 26, 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, C-USA, MAC and others. Today, selections were announced for the weekend of Sept. 26, 2015.

Several games have been held under a six-day option, which means the kickoff time and TV will not be announced until Sunday, Sept. 20.

The remainder of times and TV for the weekend of Sept. 26 are listed on our main College Football Schedule.

Note: This post will be updated as selections are announced.
*Will be announced no later than Sunday, Sept. 20.

Week 4 TV Schedule Selections
All times Eastern

Boise State at Virginia – 8pm, ESPN (Friday)
LSU at Syracuse – Noon, ESPN
Georgia Tech at Duke – Noon, ESPN2
Delaware at North Carolina – 12:30pm, ACC RSN
Indiana at Wake Forest – 12:30pm, ACCN
NIU at Boston College – 1pm, ESPN3
Virginia Tech at East Carolina – 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN2
Samford at Louisville – 6pm, ESPN3
NC State at South Alabama – 8pm, ESPNews

Off: Clemson, Florida State, Miami, Pittsburgh

Cincinnati at Memphis – 7:30pm, ESPN (Thursday)
Navy at UConn – Noon, CBSSN
UCF at South Carolina – Noon, ESPNU
Virginia Tech at East Carolina – 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN2
James Madison at SMU – 6pm, ESPN3
Texas State at Houston – 8pm, ESPN3

Off: Temple, Tulane, Tulsa, USF

Big 12
Kansas at Rutgers – Noon, Big Ten Network
Rice at Baylor – 3pm, FSN
Oklahoma State at Texas – 3:30pm, ESPN
Maryland at West Virginia – 4pm, FS1
TCU vs. Texas Tech – 4:30pm, FOX

Off: Iowa State, Kansas State, Oklahoma

Big Ten
BYU at Michigan – Noon, ABC
Bowling Green at Purdue – Noon, Big Ten Network
Central Michigan at Michigan State – Noon, Big Ten Network
Kansas at Rutgers – Noon, Big Ten Network
Southern Miss at Nebraska – Noon, ESPNews
Indiana at Wake Forest – 12:30pm, ACCN
North Texas at Iowa – 3:30pm, ESPNU
Ohio at Minnesota – 3:30pm, Big Ten Network
San Diego State at Penn State – 3:30pm, Big Ten Network
Western Michigan at Ohio State – 3:30pm, ABC/ESPN2
Maryland at West Virginia – 4pm, FS1
Middle Tennessee at Illinois – 4pm, ESPNews
Ball State at Northwestern – 8pm, Big Ten Network Alt
Hawaii at Wisconsin – 8pm, Big Ten Network

Stanford at Oregon State – 10pm, FS1 (Friday)
Nicholls State at Colorado – 1:30pm, Pac-12 Network
California at Washington – 5pm, Pac-12 Network
UCLA at Arizona – 8pm, ABC
Utah at Oregon – 8:45pm, FOX
USC at Arizona State – 10:30pm, ESPN

Off: Washington State

LSU at Syracuse – Noon, ESPN
Southern at Georgia – Noon, SEC Network
UCF at South Carolina – Noon, ESPNU
Tennessee at Florida – 3:30pm, CBS
ULM at Alabama – 4pm, SEC Network
Vanderbilt at Ole Miss – 7pm, ESPNU
Arkansas vs. Texas A&M – 7pm, ESPN
Mississippi State at Auburn – 7:30pm, ESPN2
Missouri at Kentucky – 7:30pm, SECN

Comments (9)

ESPN has not yet selected their 3:30 ESPN, 8 PM ABC, and 10:30 PM ESPN slots.
Since Pac12 games have been selected yet, we can assume that the 8 and 10:30 PM games will be a p12 . The 3:30 slot will be either Navy @ UConn or VT @ ECU. The other one will be 12 PM on CBSSN.

GameDay will be in Tucson this week for the ABC primetime contest between UCLA & Arizona at 5P!,; Utah @ Oregon is set for 5:30 PM on FOX right after TCU @ TTech, with USC @ ASU snagging the 7:30 PM times!kt on ESPN.

Great lineup all the way around.

UCLZ @ Arizona is the 5PM game on ABC, and USC @ ASU gets the College Football Finale spot @ 7:30 on ESPN.

Utah @ Oregon follows TCU @ TTech at 5:30 on FOX.

Me and my Family Have Tickets to the October 10,15 Homecoming Game Arkansas VS
Alabama what is the Game time Announced for Homecoming Week so we can make Plans
on what Time of Day to Arrive in Tuscaloosa.
Robbie Adams