Monday, October 16, 2017

CFB TV Confirmations for 2017 Week 9 (10/26/17 - 10/28/17)

This post will be updated as announcements come out for start times for 10/26 - 10/28 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 Week Eight games.  Most conferences have the possibility of having all or part of their games held for a six day hold of the start time.

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 based on the available openings (they'll prove to be incorrect) and here is the current schedule for the week as several FBS games do have their time & television/webcast assignments already accounted for.

Thursday 10/26

7:30pm CBSSN: Eastern Michigan at Northern Illinois
7:30pm ESPN3: Toledo at Ball St.

Saturday 10/28
12pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Wisconsin at Illinois
12pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU: Texas at Baylor
12pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU: Miami (FL) at North Carolina
12pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU: Oklahoma St. at West Virginia
12pm SEC: Arkansas at Ole Miss
12pm BTN: Rutgers at Michigan
12:20pm ACC Network: Louisville at Wake Forest
12:30pm ACC RSN: Virginia at Pittsburgh
2pm Pac-12: California at Colorado
3pm FS1: Kansas St. at Kansas
3pm BYUtv & ESPN3: San Jose St. at BYU
3:30pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Michigan St. at Northwestern
3:30pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: TCU at Iowa St.
3:30pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: UCLA at Washington
3:30pm BTN: Indiana at Maryland
3:30pm ESPN3: Georgia Southern at Troy
3:45pm ESPNU: Houston at USF
4pm SEC: Vanderbilt at South Carolina
5pm ESPN3: UL-Monroe at Idaho
5pm ESPN3: Austin Peay at UCF
5:45pm Pac-12: Utah at Oregon
6pm ESPN3: Texas St. at Coastal Carolina
6:30pm FS1: Minnesota at Iowa
6:30pm CBSSN: Missouri at Connecticut
7pm ACC Network: Duke at Virginia Tech
7:15pm ESPN: Mississippi St. at Texas A&M
7:30pm ESPNU: New Mexico at Wyoming
7:30pm BTN: Nebraska at Purdue
7:30pm SEC: Tennessee at Kentucky
8pm ABC or ESPN2: Georgia Tech at Clemson
8pm ABC or ESPN2: Texas Tech at Oklahoma
9:30pm Pac-12: Washington St. at Arizona
10:45pm ESPN: USC at Arizona St.
11:15pm ESPN2: San Diego St. at Hawai'i

Sunday, October 15, 2017

CFB TV Guesses for 2017 Week Eight (10/26/17 - 10/28/17)

Here are the games already set for television and/or webcast.  Here are the known available telecast windows.

A request that you read over this CFB TV Facts & Figures post as it does have bearing over today's post.  

* With Florida vs. Georgia pre-selected by CBS, ESPN is the only SEC TV partner with any selections this week.
* FOX Sports has no selections for FOX broadcast network either.  Penn St. at Ohio St. was selected before the season started.  It is their only broadcast network window with the World Series in the evening.
* Rutgers at Michigan and Wisconsin at Illinois are locked to 12pm and Indiana at Maryland is locked to either 3:30pm or 4pm.  Note that FOX Sports doesn't have windows at any of these times on FOX or FS1.
* Michigan St. at Northwestern was preselected by ESPN/ESPN2.
* I have heard that Raycom has been promised a makeup window this week for the lost window from when UL-Monroe at Florida St. was canceled.  Will see if that holds up.
* BTN has 12pm & 3:30pm windows confirmed.  A potential 7:30pm ET window is listed with TBA programming, so it could be football or something else.  I'm assuming three BTN windows.
* Because of FOX Sports' limited windows (no nighttime broadcast network window due to the World Series, FS1 windows with NASCAR & UFC as bookends), I gave all five Big 12 selections to ESPN as they've only selected 10 of their maximum 23 games.  If you look back two weeks, you'll see that FOX Sports had all available games on 10/7, so this isn't unusual.  This would also give ESPN eight selections to use over the final four weeks of the season.
* With three selections, I gave the Pac-12 Networks the top Pac-12 choice (USC at Arizona St.).  FOX presumably has it for the Big Ten by selecting Penn St. at Ohio St. before the season started.
* BYU needs to appear once on ESPNU per contractual parameters.  With no other BYU home games available, this would appear to be that game.
* With the extra Raycom window, plus the use of three BTN windows, I dropped the 12pm ESPNEWS window.

All times Eastern

Thursday 10/26
7:30pm CBSSN: Toledo at Ball St.
7:30pm ESPN3: Eastern Michigan at Northern Illinois

Saturday 10/28
12pm ABC: Oklahoma St. at West Virginia
12pm ESPN: Miami (FL) at North Carolina
12pm ESPN2: Wisconsin at Illinois
12pm ESPNU: Kansas St. at Kansas
12pm SEC: Vanderbilt at South Carolina
12pm BTN: Rutgers at Michigan
12:20pm ACC Network: Duke at Virginia Tech
12:30pm ACC RSN: Virginia at Pittsburgh
2pm Pac-12: California at Colorado
3pm FS1: Minnesota at Iowa
3:30pm ABC: Georgia Tech at Clemson
3:30pm ESPN: Michigan St. at Northwestern
3:30pm ESPN2: Texas at Baylor
3:30pm ESPNU: San Jose St. at BYU
3:30pm SEC: Arkansas at Ole Miss
3:30pm BTN: Indiana at Maryland
5:30pm Pac-12: USC at Arizona St.
6:30pm FS1: UCLA at Washington
6:30pm CBSSN: Missouri at Connecticut
7pm ESPN: TCU at Iowa St.
7pm ESPN2: Mississippi St. at Texas A&M
7pm ESPNU: Houston at USF
7pm ACC Network: Louisville at Wake Forest
7:15pm SEC: Tennessee at Kentucky
7:30pm BTN: Nebraska at Purdue
8pm ABC: Texas Tech at Oklahoma
10:15pm ESPN2: San Diego St. at Hawai'i
10:15pm ESPNU: New Mexico at Wyoming
10:30pm ESPN: Utah at Oregon
10:30pm Pac-12: Washington St. at Arizona

Saturday, October 14, 2017

2017 CFB TV Facts & Figures Through 10/21 TV Selections

First, I'll give you an idea of where I think they'll slot the remaining 10/21 games:

12pm ABC: Oklahoma St. at Texas
12pm ESPN: Iowa at Northwestern
12pm ESPN2: Louisville at Florida St.
3:30pm ABC: Syracuse at Miami (FL)
3:30pm ESPN: Indiana at Michigan St.
3:30pm ESPN2: North Carolina at Virginia Tech
3:30pm FS1: Kansas at TCU
4pm FOX: Arizona St. at Utah
7:15pm ESPN: Auburn at Arkansas
7pm ESPN2: USF at Tulane
7:30pm ESPNU: Wake Forest at Georgia Tech
7:30pm SEC: LSU at Ole Miss
8pm FOX: Oklahoma at Kansas St.

Now to some facts & figures about the conference selections through 10/21.

ACC
* One six day hold has been used.  Three remain.  As far as I know, the shifting of games on 9/16 did not trigger the use of a six day hold, though it would not surprise me if it was a condition of moving Clemson-Louisville and Notre Dame-Boston College to later in the day.
* Have heard that Raycom will be allowed to have an extra window, possibly on 10/28, for the ACC Network.  This would be due to the loss of the UL-Monroe at Florida St. game earlier in the season.

American
* 26 games have been scheduled for primary TV networks ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU with two additional games expected to be added on Black Friday, including the conference championship game.  28 games are the minimum with at least three of those games on ABC.
* 15 games have been scheduled for ESPN3 or local/regional TV, putting them right on the minimum end of 81% of conference controlled games on national TV.
* No six day holds have been used.  I think the hold on USF-Tulane is allowed due to only a 30 minute time difference and no change in the TV rightsholder.  Two are available.

Big 12
* Halfway through the season (weeks 1-7) and no Big 12 game has appeared on ABC.  All of the conference's broadcast network games (five) have aired on FOX.  EDIT: ABC will have a 12pm game on 10/21.
* With at least one game on FOX on 10/21 (the 8pm ET slot is guaranteed), FOX will have met their minimum requirement of Big 12 games on broadcast television.  They have already met their minimum on the national cable side with ten games on FS1.
* ESPN has selected 10 of their 23 Big 12 selections for the season.  Look for them to catch up on 10/28 with FOX Sports only showing three games across all their platforms and one window already accounted for.
* ESPNU has shown three of the ten ESPN selections.  ESPNU has a soft maximum of 4-5 games per season.
* Overall, 21 games have been selected to air on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, FOX and FS1.  The Big 12 requires 25 games per season to be shown nationally on those outlets and should easily eclipse that.
* One six day hold has been used.  Three more remain.
* Complete Speculation: In terms of top selections, I believe each TV partner has had them on the following dates:

ESPN Networks: 9/9, 9/16, 9/23, 10/14
FOX Sports: 9/2, 9/30, 10/7, 10/21

Also, note that FOX Sports preselected Oklahoma St.-Oklahoma on 11/4, so it seems safe to assume that they picked first for that particular week.

Big Ten
* ESPN has selected 19 of their 27 selections across the season, including future weeks.  They'll have eight to use over the final five weeks.
* FOX Sports has used 17 of their 27 selections, including future weeks and excluding the conference championship game.  Ten more selections to use over the final five weeks.
* Both ESPN and FOX has each aired six games in primetime, either on weeknights or Saturdays.  Both TV partners could air up to three more games each in primetime.
* Michigan, Maryland and Northwestern each require one more appearance on BTN.  Each school has a non-conference appearance on the network already.
* No six day holds have been used.
Complete Speculation: In terms of top selections, I believe each TV partner has had them on the following dates:

ESPN Networks: 9/2, 9/9, 9/30, 10/7, 10/21
FOX Sports: 9/16, 9/23, 10/14

Also, FOX Sports selected Penn St.-Ohio St. (10/28) and Ohio St.-Michigan (11/25) in advance, so its fair to say they have the top choices those weeks.

Pac-12
* ESPN has used 15 of their 22 selections, including a pre-selection of Oregon at Oregon St. on 11/25.  Seven more Saturday selections across the remaining five weeks, excluding the conference championship game.
* ABC has aired their minimum two Pac-12 games with one of the two in primetime.
* ESPN has two six day holds to use.
* FOX Sports has used 16 of their 22 selections.  Six more Saturday selections.
* FOX broadcast network has aired five Pac-12 games out of a minimum number of eight.  Four of those games must air in primetime and, when including the Sunday night game of Texas A&M at UCLA, they've aired four in primetime.
* FOX has used one of their two six day holds.  Similar to USF-Tulane & Wake Forest-Georgia Tech on 10/28 for ESPN, I don't believe a 30 minute time difference across two different FOX platforms triggers a six day hold.
* Utah (EDIT: and Washington St.) must appear once more on Pac-12 Networks based on the number of games available to Pac-12 TV partners.  A school cannot appear more than nine times total between ESPN Networks and FOX Sports.  All other Pac-12 schools are free to appear on any Pac-12 TV partner's platform.
Complete Speculation: In terms of top selections, I believe each TV partner has had them on the following dates:

ESPN Networks:  9/23, 9/30, 10/14, 10/21
FOX Sports: 9/2, 9/9, 9/16, 10/7
Pac-12 Networks: None yet

SEC
* Tennessee & Florida have each been scheduled to appear three times on CBS out of a maximum five appearances, including Florida vs. Georgia on 10/28.
* One six day hold has been used by CBS and they have one remaining.
* There is one more ESPN sublicense window, I believe on 11/18, where the appearances in CBS's 12pm game will not be counted towards anyone's appearance maximums.

Sunday, October 8, 2017

CFB TV Confirmations for 2017 Week 8 (10/21/17)

This post will be updated as announcements come out for start times for 10/21 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 Week Seven games.  Most conferences have the possibility of having all or part of their games held for a six day hold of the start time.

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 based on the available openings (they'll prove to be incorrect) and here is the current schedule for the week as several FBS games do have their time & television/webcast assignments already accounted for. 

(EDIT: This was filled out well after 10/21 selections were made, mostly for me so I could remember who was set aside for a six day hold.)

All times Eastern

Six day hold for the Big 12
Oklahoma St. at Texas, Oklahoma at Kansas St. & Kansas at TCU - one at 12pm ET on ABC/ESPN/ESPN2, one at either 3:30pm ET on FS1 or 4pm ET on FOX, and one at 8pm ET on FOX.

Arizona St. at Utah will air on either FS1 at 3:30pm ET or 4pm on FOX.

Wake Forest at Georgia Tech & USF at Tulane will be slotted into either 7pm ESPN2 or 7:30pm ESPNU.

Auburn at Arkansas and LSU at Ole Miss will be slotted into 7:15pm ESPN or 7:30pm SEC

12pm FOX: Maryland at Wisconsin
12pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Louisville at Florida St.
12pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Iowa at Northwestern
12pm FS1: Iowa St. at Texas Tech
12pm ESPNU: Tulsa at Connecticut
12pm SEC: Idaho at Missouri
12pm BTN: Purdue at Rutgers
12:20pm ACC Network: Pittsburgh at Duke
12:30pm ACC RSNs: Boston College at Virginia
3:30pm CBS: Tennessee at Alabama
3:30pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Indiana at Michigan St.
3:30pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Syracuse at Miami (FL)
3:30pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: North Carolina at Virginia Tech
3:30pm BTN: Illinois at Minnesota
4pm ESPNU: SMU at Cincinnati
4pm SEC: Kentucky at Mississipppi St.
4pm Pac-12: Oregon at UCLA
7pm CBSSN: BYU at East Carolina
7:30pm ABC: Michigan at Penn St.
8pm FS2: West Virginia at Baylor
8pm Pac-12: Arizona at California
10:15pm ESPN2: Wyoming at Boise St.
10:45pm ESPN: Colorado at Washington St.

CFB TV Guesses for 2017 Week Eight (10/21/17)

Here are the games already set for television and/or webcast.  Here are the known available telecast windows

* ABC is scheduled to carry a 7:30pm primetime game, so I placed a Big Ten game here.
* FS1's primetime window is tentative because of the possibility of the game airing on FS2 if ALCS Game 7 is needed.  Look for the last Big 12 selection to end up here.
* ESPN is not scheduled to have a late evening window.
* BTN is scheduled to carry women's volleyball in the evening.  Just the 12pm & 3:30pm timeslots are available.
* Maryland at Wisconsin and Purdue at Rutgers are locked to 12pm.  Illinois at Minnesota and Indiana at Michigan St. will be at either 3:30pm or 4pm.  All four are homecoming games.
* I could see a six day pick used to determine the networks and times airing Oklahoma St. at Texas & Oklahoma at Kansas St., waiting on the result of Oklahoma vs. Texas.

All times Eastern

12pm ABC: Syracuse at Miami (FL)
12pm FOX: Iowa at Northwestern
12pm ESPN: Maryland at Wisconsin
12pm ESPN2: USF at Tulane
12pm FS1: Kansas at TCU
12pm ESPNU: Louisville at Florida St.
12pm ESPNEWS: Tulsa at Connecticut
12pm SEC: Idaho at Missouri
12pm BTN: Purdue at Rutgers
12:20pm ACC Network: Wake Forest at Georgia Tech
12:30pm ACC RSNs: Boston College at Virginia
3:30pm ABC: Oklahoma at Kansas St.
3:30pm CBS: Tennessee at Alabama
3:30pm ESPN: Oregon at UCLA
3:30pm ESPN2: Iowa St. at Texas Tech
3:30pm ESPNU: Pittsburgh at Duke
3:30pm FS1: Indiana at Michigan St.
3:30pm BTN: Illinois at Minnesota
4pm FOX: Colorado at Washington St.
4pm SEC: LSU at Ole Miss
4pm Pac-12: Arizona St. at Utah
7pm ESPN: Auburn at Arkansas
7pm ESPN2: North Carolina at Virginia Tech
7pm ESPNU: SMU at Cincinnati
7pm CBSSN: BYU at East Carolina
7:30pm ABC: Michigan at Penn St.
7:30pm SEC: Kentucky at Mississippi St.
8pm FOX: Oklahoma St. at Texas
8pm FS1 or FS2: West Virginia at Baylor
9pm Pac-12: Arizona at California
10:15pm ESPN2: Wyoming at Boise St.

ESPN3
Coastal Carolina at Appalachian St.
Troy at Georgia St.
UL Monroe at South Alabama
Northern Illinois at Bowling Green
Central Michigan at Ball St.
Western Michigan at Eastern Michigan
Buffalo at Miami (OH)
Kent St. at Ohio
Akron at Toledo

Monday, October 2, 2017

CFB TV Confirmations for 2017 Week 7 (10/14/17)

This post will be updated as announcements come out for start times for 10/14 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 Week Six games.  Most conferences have the possibility of having all or part of their games held for a six day hold of the start time.

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 based on the available openings (they'll prove to be incorrect) and here is the current schedule for the week as several FBS games do have their time & television/webcast assignments already accounted for.  

All times Eastern.

Six Day Holds for ACC
Florida St. at Duke & Georgia Tech at Miami (FL).  Options: 12pm on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2 and 3:30pm on ABC or ESPN.

Six Day Holds for SEC
Arkansas at Alabama, Auburn at LSU & Texas A&M at Florida. Options: 3:30pm CBS, 7pm ESPN2 or 7:15pm ESPN

12pm ABC or ESPN: Michigan at Indiana
12pm ESPN or ESPN2: South Carolina at Tennessee
12pm FS1: TCU at Kansas St.
12pm ESPNU: Texas Tech at West Virginia
12pm ESPNEWS: Connecticut at Temple
12pm FSN: Kansas at Iowa St.
12pm SEC: BYU at Mississippi St.
12pm BTN: Rutgers at Illinois
12pm ACC RSNs: NC State at Pittsburgh
12:20pm ACC Network: Boston College at Louisville
3:30pm ABC or ESPN: Oklahoma vs. Texas
3:30pm ESPN2: Northwestern at Maryland
3:30pm FS1: Baylor at Oklahoma St.
3:30pm SEC: Vanderbilt at Ole Miss
3:30pm CBSSN: Akron at Western Michigan
3:30pm BTN: Purdue at Wisconsin
3:30pm ACC RSNs: Virginia at North Carolina
3:30pm ESPN3: Toledo at Central Michigan
3:30pm ESPN3: Northern Illinois at Buffalo
3:30pm ESPN3: Miami (OH) at Kent St.
3:30pm ESPN3: Ohio at Bowling Green
3:45pm ESPNU: Navy at Memphis
4pm ESPNEWS: Houston at Tulsa
4pm Pac-12: Colorado at Oregon St.
5pm ESPN3: Appalachian St. at Idaho
5pm ESPN3: Georgia St. at UL-Monroe
6pm ESPN3: New Mexico St. at Georgia Southern
7pm CBSSN: East Carolina at UCF
7pm ESPN3: Coastal Carolina at Arkansas St.
7:30pm FS1: Ohio St. at Nebraska
7:30pm ESPNU: Cincinnati at USF
7:30pm SEC: Missouri at Georgia
8pm ABC: Utah at USC
8pm BTN: Michigan St. at Minnesota
9pm Pac-12: UCLA at Arizona
10:15pm ESPN2: Nevada at Colorado St.
10:45pm ESPN: Washington at Arizona St.
11pm FS1: Oregon at Stanford

Sunday, October 1, 2017

CFB TV Guesses for 2017 Week Seven (10/14/17)

Here are the games already set for television and/or webcast.  Here are the known available telecast windows

* FOX broadcast network has no telecast windows scheduled.  They have a NASCAR truck series race followed by ALCS Game Two and a Premier Boxing Champions card.  FS1 will have four games.
* With FOX Sports having no broadcast network windows, I gave ESPN all top selections for the Big Ten, Big 12 and Pac-12 and FS1 picking either second (Big Ten & Pac-12) or third (Big 12).
* When I say FS1 is taking Big Ten second, I'm using Northwestern at Maryland as ESPN's selection, which came in advance but was not designated for a specific network or start time.
* Both ESPNEWS and FSN are scheduled for 12pm windows.  The Big 12 will fill the FSN window.
* CBS Sports Network again has two selections.  One from the MAC and one from the American.
* BTN listings indicate a tripleheader with games at 12pm, 3:30pm and 8pm ET.
* Michigan at Indiana is bolted to its 12pm start time as it is Indiana's homecoming game.  I debated placing it on BTN to complete Michigan's required BTN appearance in a intraconference game, but went with Purdue at Wisconsin to fulfill Wisconsin's requirements and get Purdue its first BTN appearance.
* YES Network indicates there is only one ACC RSN window, but listings sent to other RSNs indicate there is a ACC RSN doubleheader of 12pm & 3:30pm.  I am projecting for the doubleheader and made a conscious decision to go with NC State at Pittsburgh in the first game & Boston College at Louisville in the second due to NHL coverage on AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh (7pm Pens game) and NESN (9pm Bruins game).
* I feel comfortable with the selection of Texas A&M at Florida, though it would be Florida's fourth CBS appearance.  The remaining opponents for the Gators are less likely to be taken by CBS and the fifth appearance for them could end up being the South Carolina game on 11/11.
* Choosing UCLA at Arizona for Pac-12 Networks would fulfill requirements of both schools for appearances on Pac-12 Networks.
* If you're asking "Why not Oklahoma vs. Texas in primetime?", first off - the Cotton Bowl does not have permanent lights and they likely would have had to be reserved months ago.  Second, (EDIT: Wrong, it has lights) It has been explained to me that the area around the Cotton Bowl is a bit rough in the evening (EDIT: There's the matter of keeping the Texas State Fair open past its current closing time too).  12pm ET or 3:30pm ET it is.  This article is a couple years old but discusses the fan preferences of either the early or mid-afternoon start.
* Utah at USC looked like the best available night game for ABC.  I think arguments could be made for Georgia Tech at Miami (FL) and, as an outside shot, TCU at Kansas St.  By typing that, I think you could see six day picks used.

All times Eastern.

12pm ABC: Oklahoma vs. Texas
12pm ESPN: Missouri at Georgia
12pm ESPN2: Florida St. at Duke
12pm FS1: Michigan at Indiana
12pm ESPNU: Cincinnati at USF
12pm ESPNEWS: Houston at Tulsa
12pm FSN: Kansas at Iowa St.
12pm SEC: South Carolina at Tennessee
12pm BTN: Purdue at Wisconsin
12pm ACC RSNs: NC State at Pittsburgh
12:20pm ACC Network: Virginia at North Carolina
3:30pm CBS: Texas A&M at Florida
3:30pm ABC: TCU at Kansas St.
3:30pm ESPN: Georgia Tech at Miami (FL)
3:30pm ESPN2: East Carolina at UCF
3:30pm FS1: Baylor at Oklahoma St.
3:30pm ESPNU: Texas Tech at West Virginia
3:30pm CBSSN: Ohio at Bowling Green
3:30pm BTN: Rutgers at Illinois
3:30pm ACC RSNs: Boston College at Louisville
4pm SEC: BYU at Mississippi St.
4pm Pac-12: Colorado at Oregon St.
7pm ESPN: Arkansas at Alabama
7pm ESPN2: Northwestern at Maryland
7pm ESPNU: Vanderbilt at Ole Miss
7pm CBSSN: Navy at Memphis
7:30pm FS1: Ohio St. at Nebraska
7:30pm SEC: Auburn at LSU
8pm ABC: Utah at USC
8pm BTN: Michigan St. at Minnesota
9pm Pac-12: UCLA at Arizona
10:30pm ESPN: Washington at Arizona St.
10:30pm ESPN2: Nevada at Colorado St.
11pm FS1: Oregon at Stanford

ESPN3 or CUSA.TV
Connecticut at Temple
Tulane at FIU
Northern Illinois at Buffalo
Toledo at Central Michigan
Miami (OH) at Kent St.
Akron at Western Michigan
Coastal Carolina at Arkansas St.
New Mexico St. at Georgia Southern
Appalachian St. at Idaho
Georgia St. at UL-Monroe