Monday, October 12, 2015

CFB TV Selections for 10/24/15 (Week Eight)

* Will do my best to update while traveling today. You may also want to check FBSchedules.com, LSUFootball.net and their Twitter timelines. You should be following them if you aren't already. Now to the standard disclaimer:

This post will be updated as announcements come out for start times on 10/24 from the twelve day selection process that most TV networks adhere to.  Please understand that games can be held until next Sunday if a broadcaster wants to wait on the results of the 10/17 games.

The list of available TV windows are based on media websites, TV listings and press releases.  They can change based on the needs of the broadcaster or the conference.

Here's what I guessed, which will prove to be incorrect, and the schedule for week eight.  Games that have already been set for TV are listed on the schedule page and not listed here.  I'll update the schedule page when all / nearly all decisions are made.

All times Eastern

CBS has six day hold on either Tennessee at Alabama or Texas A&M at Ole Miss. ESPN will air the other at 7pm.

ESPN has Clemson at Miami (FL) & Florida St. at Georgia Tech on six day hold. Presumably 12pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 or 7pm ESPN2

12pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Northwestern at Nebraska
12pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2:  Iowa St. at Baylor
12pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2:
12pm FS1: Kansas St. at Texas
12pm ESPNU: Pittsburgh at Syracuse
12pm ESPNEWS: Houston at UCF
12pm SEC: Auburn at Arkansas
12pm ACC RSNs: NC State at Wake Forest
12:30pm ACC Network: Boston College at Louisville
1pm ESPN3: Bowling Green at Kent St.
2pm ESPN3: Fresno St. at Air Force
3pm ESPN3: Toledo at Massachusetts
3pm ESPN3: Central Michigan at Ball St.
3:30pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Indiana at Michigan St.
3:30pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Penn St. vs. Maryland
3:30pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Texas Tech at Oklahoma
3:30pm FS1: Kansas at Oklahoma St.
3:30pm FSN: North Texas at Marshall
3:30pm ESPNU: Duke at Virginia Tech
3:30pm BTN: Wisconsin at Illinois
3:30pm ACC RSNs: Virginia at North Carolina
3:30pm ASN: Ohio at Buffalo
3:30pm ESPN3: Eastern Michigan at Northern Illinois
4pm ESPNEWS: SMU at USF
4pm SEC: Missouri at Vanderbilt
4pm Pac-12: Washington St. at Arizona
4:30pm CBSSN: Connecticut at Cincinnati
7pm ESPN2:
7pm ESPNU: Western Kentucky at LSU
7:30pm FOX: Utah at USC
7:30pm SEC: Kentucky at Mississippi St.
8pm ABC:
10:15pm ESPN2/ESPNU: Wyoming at Boise St.
10:30pm ESPN: Washington at Stanford
10:30pm Pac-12: Colorado at Oregon St.

2 comments:

Jeff Goldman said...

Matt, where did you find confirmation that OSU-RU is confirmed for ABC? Didn't see anything on official athletic websites or Twitter feeds for either team, the Big Ten or on Mark Rudner's twitter.

Mark Falzone said...

Did you mean that the night time ACC game would be ABC at 8? IF not, who would get that slot?