Monday, November 16, 2020

CFB TV Confirmations for 2020 Week 13 (11/28/20)

This post will be updated as announcements come out for start times for 11/28 from the twelve day selection process that most TV networks adhere to. 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 will prove to be incorrect), along with the games that have already been set.

Here's the deal - I don't really have a great handle as to the TV slots that are open as some networks aren't providing accurate listings by the time this post is written. What I'll do is list the windows that I've found and the games not yet set for TV, then add windows & reorder them by time as they're announced. That way you'll see the list of games set for TV along with the one(s) you're waiting on. Just don't be alarmed if network X isn't listed with any games here and you don't see any from that network for the games that have already been set.

Number of six day holds used
ACC: 2 (11/14, 11/28)
American: 1 (11/28)
Big 12: 4 (10/3, 11/7, 11/14, 11/28)
Big Ten: 1 (11/21, 11/28)
Pac-12: 2 (11/14, 11/28)
SEC: 1 (10/10)

Games on six day hold
Miami (FL) at Wake Forest
Pitt at Clemson
Duke at Georgia Tech
Virginia at Florida State
NC State at Syracuse
Tulsa at Houston
Cincinnati at Temple
Memphis at Tulane
Texas Tech at Oklahoma State
Oklahoma at West Virginia
Kansas State at Baylor
Ohio State at Illinois
Maryland at Indiana
Penn State at Michigan
Northwestern at Michigan State
San Jose State at Boise State (FOX Sports)
Utah at Arizona State
Arizona at UCLA
Colorado at USC

12pm ESPN: Kentucky at Florida
12pm SECN: Arkansas at Missouri
12pm CBSSN: Kent State at Buffalo
12pm ESPN3: Ball State at Toledo
12pm ESPN3: Georgia Southern at Georgia State
12pm ESPN+: SMU at ECU
12pm ESPN+: Northern Illinois at Western Michigan
12pm ESPN+: Bowling Green at Ohio
12pm ESPN+: Louisiana Tech at FIU
1pm ESPN3: Miami (OH) at Akron
1pm ESPN3: UTEP at Rice
2pm BTN: Minnesota at Wisconsin
3pm ESPN3: Louisiana at ULM
3pm ESPN3: South Alabama at Arkansas State
3pm ESPN+: Coastal Carolina at Texas State
3:30pm CBS: Auburn at Alabama
4pm FS1: Rutgers at Purdue
4pm SECN: Mississippi State at Ole Miss
7pm ESPN: LSU at Texas A&M
7:30pm SECN: Georgia at South Carolina
7:30pm SECN Alt: Tennessee at Vanderbilt
8pm FS1: TCU at Kansas
8pm ESPNU: Troy at Appalachian State

5 comments:

Schmolik said...

Any word on which time slots are reserved for specific conferences?

Matt Sarzyniak said...

Nope. There's the spreadsheet link at the top for the known openings but no conference was assigned to any specific opening.

Matt Sarzyniak said...

Sorry, this link I thought was in this post isn't included here

Here's the open windows,
though none are for a specific conference. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1TeILfRtXyAxW74yNtuCLUyEtKc7DyfkWyyb5hct9ZNA/edit?usp=sharing

Darrell McKown said...

My guess is that the FOX Big Noon game will be a Big 10 game, with Boise State-San Jose State at 4pm and a PAC-12 game at 8pm (or maybe PAC-12 at 4pm and Boise State-San Jose St at 8pm), and the second or third Big 12 selection on FS1 at noon.

If FOX has the first Big 12 selection, then put Oklahoma-West Virginia at noon on Fox and slide the Big 10 game over to FS1.

ykw said...

I'd guess Boise State-San Jose State will be the 4pm FOX game, only because FOX has to air something against Auburn-Alabama. FOX will save the more interesting games for noon and prime time.