What is known regarding 11/10:
- All FOX Sports choices will come from the Big 12 and Big Ten. Per Jon Wilner, all remaining Pac-12 choices are held by ESPN (1st & 3rd picks) and Pac-12 Networks (2nd pick).
- SEC gaames will air on SEC Network at 3:30pm & 7pm, ESPN at 12pm & 7pm and CBS at 12pm.
- No Big Ten games will be played at night, so they will air at 12pm & 3:30pm.
- Michigan needs to appear on BTN either vs. Rutgers or vs. Indiana on 11/17 to fulfill the requirement for one Big Ten intraconference game on BTN.
What I assumed:
- For the SEC, I assumed the two ESPN picks went first, then the CBS pick, then the remaining SEC Network selections
- I gave FOX Sports the first choice in the Big Ten
- I continued to work under the assumption that ESPN had the top pick in the Big 12, then FOX Sports had the remaining choices.
12pm ABC: Wisconsin at Penn St.
12pm CBS: Kentucky at Tennessee
12pm FOX: TCU at West Virginia
12pm ESPN: South Carolina at Florida
12pm ESPN2: Purdue at Minnesota
12pm FS1: Northwestern at Iowa
12pm BTN: Michigan at Rutgers
3:30pm ABC: Clemson at Boston College
3:30pm FOX: Ohio St. at Michigan St.
3:30pm ESPN: Oregon at Utah
3:30pm ESPN2: Maryland at Indiana
3:30pm FS1: Baylor at Iowa St.
3:30pm ESPNU: Virginia Tech at Pittsburgh
3:30pm SEC: Ole Miss at Texas A&M
3:30pm BTN: Illinois at Nebraska
5:30pm Pac-12: Washington St. at Colorado
7pm ESPN: Auburn at Georgia
7pm ESPN2: USF at Cincinnati
7pm ESPNU: Miami (FL) at Georgia Tech
7pm CBSSN: Navy at UCF
7:30pm FOX: Texas at Texas Tech
7:30pm SEC: LSU at Arkansas
8pm ABC: Oklahoma St. at Oklahoma
8pm ESPNEWS: Temple at Houston
10:30pm ESPN2: UNLV at San Diego St.
10:30pm ESPNU: Colorado St. at Nevada
10:45pm ESPN: California at USC