Monday, September 21, 2015

CFB TV Selections for 10/3/15 (Week Five)

This post will be updated as announcements come out for start times on 10/3.  Please understand that games can be held until next Sunday if a broadcaster wants to wait on the results of the 9/26 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 five.  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

Six day hold by FOX on Arizona St. at UCLA or Arizona at Stanford.  Either 7:30pm ET on FOX or 10:30pm ET on Pac-12 Networks.

12pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Iowa at Wisconsin

12pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Texas at TCU
12pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Purdue at Michigan St.
12pm FS1: West Virginia at Oklahoma
12pm ESPNU: Army at Penn St.
12pm ESPNEWS: UCF at Tulane
12pm FSN: Kansas at Iowa St.
12pm SEC: South Carolina at Missouri
12pm CBSSN: Houston at Tulsa
12pm BTN: Minnesota at Northwestern
12pm ACC RSNs: Pittsburgh at Virginia Tech
12:30pm ACC Network: Louisville at NC State
2pm ESPN3: Ohio at Akron
3pm ASN: Toledo at Ball St.
3pm ESPN3: Northern Illinois at Central Michigan
3pm ESPN3: FIU at Massachusetts
3:30pm CBS: Alabama at Georgia
3:30pm ABC/ESPN2 or ESPN: Texas Tech vs. Baylor
3:30pm ABC/ESPN2 or ESPN: Florida St. at Wake Forest
3:30pm ABC/ESPN2: Ohio St. at Indiana
3:30pm ESPNU: North Carolina at Georgia Tech
3:30pm BTN: Nebraska at Illinois
3:30pm ACC RSNs: Boston College at Duke
3:30pm ESPN3: Miami (OH) at Kent St.
3:30pm ESPN3: Liberty at Georgia St.
3:30pm ESPN3: Wyoming at Appalachian St.
3:30pm Time Warner Sports: Bowling Green at Buffalo
4pm FS1: Kansas St. at Oklahoma St.
4pm ESPNEWS: East Carolina at SMU
4pm SEC: San Jose St. at Auburn
4pm Pac-12: Washington St. at California
7pm or 7:30pm ESPN/ESPN2/SEC: Ole Miss at Florida
7pm or 7:30pm ESPN/ESPN2/SEC: Mississippi St. at Texas A&M
7pm or 7:30pm ESPN/ESPN2/SEC: Arkansas at Tennessee
7pm ESPN3: Idaho at Arkansas St.
7pm ESPN3: South Alabama at Troy
7pm ESPN3: Georgia Southern at UL-Monroe
7pm ESPN3: Colorado St. at Utah St.
7pm ESPNU: Eastern Michigan at LSU
7:30pm SEC: Eastern Kentucky at Kentucky
8pm ABC: Notre Dame at Clemson
10:15pm ESPN2: Hawai'i at Boise St.
10pm ESPN: Oregon at Colorado


Hokie Mark said...

Matt, did you get that list of future ACC Network games I sent to you?

William said...

You mentioned about 6-day holds. Is it just me or does it seem as if 6-day holds will be more prevalent than in previous years? Based on what I've seen for weeks 4 and 5 (particularly for the Pac-12), there is reason to suspect this.
Are you seeing this trend as well, and do you think it will continue?

Matt Sarzyniak said...

Maybe they're being used earlier by the Pac-12, but they have the same number. There's one less week during the regular season, so maybe networks will be a bit more judicious.

Unknown said...

So will Texas Tech play on ABC or ESPN2 cause I don't have cable

Matt Sarzyniak said...

Well, I don't know where you live, so I can't tell you exactly. There's a coverage map on the schedule page linked in the 3rd paragraph when you go to the game in the list.