Monday, September 21, 2009

Week 5 TV Selections

Placeholder for the ACC, Big Ten, PAC-10 and SEC selections for games to be contested on October 3rd. I am not expecting any Big 12 or Big East games to be selected or have kickoff times changed.

Come back here for updates.

Clemson at Maryland, 12pm ESPNU
Virginia at North Carolina, 12pm Raycom
Virginia Tech at Duke, 12pm
NC State at Wake Forest, 3:30pm ESPNU

Oklahoma at Miami (FL) is a six day pick for ABC at either 3:30pm or 8pm.
Florida St. at Boston College is a six day pick for ESPN/ESPN2 at 12pm or ABC at 3:30pm

Big Ten
Wisconsin at Minnesota, 12pm ESPN/ESPN2
Arkansas St. at Iowa, 12pm ESPN2/ESPN Classic
Michigan at Michigan St., 12pm Big Ten
Purdue at Northwestern, 12pm Big Ten
Penn St. at Illinois, 3:30pm ABC/ESPN

UCLA at Stanford, 3:30pm ABC
Oregon St. at Arizona St., 7pm Versus

Alabama at Kentucky, 12pm SEC Network
LSU at Georgia, 3:30pm CBS
Ole Miss at Vanderbilt, 7pm ESPNU
South Carolina St. at South Carolina, 7pm ESPN Classic
Texas A&M vs. Arkansas, 7:30pm ESPN2
Georgia Tech at Mississippi, 7:30pm CSS
Auburn at Tennessee, 7:45pm ESPN

Colorado St. at Idaho, 10:30pm ESPNU (moved from a 5pm ET kick on Altitude2)

Penn at Dartmouth, 12pm Versus
William & Mary at Villanova, 3:30pm Versus <--- Possibly a simulcast of Comcast Network


Unknown said...

LSU at Georgia confirmed for CBS:

phillydevil said...

Oregon State at Arizona State confirmed for 7pm Eastern on Versus.

Gregory said...

Big Ten Selections:

12:00 ET:

Wisconsin vs. Minnesota (ESPN or ESPN2)
Arkansas State vs. Iowa (ESPN2 or ESPN Classic)
Michigan vs. Michigan State (BTN)
Northwestern vs. Purdue (BTN)

3:30 ET:

Penn State vs. Illinois (ABC)

7:00 ET:

Ohio State vs. Indiana (BTN) (previously announced)

Mark said...

Any word on the Pitt/UConn game time or TV? Thanks

Matt Sarzyniak said...

The Pitt/UConn kickoff time will be announced on 9/28, 12 days prior to kickoff.

Sean OLeary said...

Why would Arkansas State/Iowa be on ESPN2??? I understand the Big Ten network would want to protect Michigan/MSU but Ark State vs. Iowa is a dog of a game. Why would the Big Ten want ESPN to show that? NW/Purdue would be fine.

Very, very odd.