Monday, September 14, 2009

Week 4 Network Selections

This is a placeholder for selections for week four from the ACC, Big Ten, SEC and PAC-10. The Big 12's selections were done before the season but there may be a selection for Fox College Sports. The Big East also does not have any games to choose for national networks but the Rhode Island-Connecticut game may be done as a local game through Big East Network syndication.

Stop back here as the selections are made today.

USF at Florida St., 12pm ESPNU
North Carolina at Georgia Tech, 12pm Raycom
TCU at Clemson, 1pm ESPN360
Wake Forest at Boston College, 2pm ESPN360
Miami (FL) at Virginia Tech, 3:30pm ABC/ESPN
Rutgers at Maryland, 3:30pm ESPN360

Big East
Rhode Island at Connecticut, 12pm ESPN360

Big Ten
Wisconsin-MSU 12pm on ESPN/ESPN2
Indiana-Michigan 12pm on ESPN/ESPN2
Illinois-OSU 3:30pm on ABC/ESPN
Iowa-Penn St. 8pm on ABC
Notre Dame-Purdue 8pm on ESPN

Arizona at Oregon St., 7:30pm Versus
Washington St. at USC, 10:15pm FSN

LSU at Mississippi St., 12pm SEC Network
Arkansas at Alabama, 3:30pm CBS
Florida at Kentucky, 6pm ESPN2
Arizona St. at Georgia, 7pm ESPNU
Ball St. at Auburn, 7pm SEC/FSN


mony said...

ACC definitely getting the short shrift of the ESPN SEC contract with pretty big games on ESPN360 (Clemson-TCU) and little opportunity aside from Raycom for local syndication. ACC should just do Raycom split telecasts all season long like they do later in the season.

Ariz St-UGa on ESPNU kind of weak for intersectional.

On another note, pretty lame that Baylor-UConn this wknd isn't even a FCS game. Northwestern-Cuse should be a 360 affair at worst.

Matt Sarzyniak said...

ACC only gives Raycom rights to 13 games (12 telecast windows). This was a bad week for the ACC with so many games to fit into too few windows.

UConn-Baylor didn't make FCS because they chose the Wyoming-Colorado game. But I agree that NW-Cuse should have been 360.

Unknown said...

Also surprised by ACC lack of national selections. Beyond me how the two noon ESPN/ESPN2 Big Ten games get chosen over UNC/Ga Tech and Clemson/TCU.

Morgan Wick said...

John, they have to be. Which is why the ACC (and Big 12 and Pac-10) want a deal like that...