Monday, November 23, 2020

CFB TV Confirmations for 2020 Week 14 (12/5/20)

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: 3 (11/14, 11/28, 12/5)
American: 2 (11/28, 12/5)
Big 12: 5 (10/3, 11/7, 11/14, 11/28, 12/5)
Big Ten: 1 (11/21, 11/28)
MAC: 1 (12/5)
Mountain West: 2 (11/28, 12/5)
Pac-12: 2 (11/14, 11/28)
SEC: 2 (10/10, 12/5)
Sun Belt: 1 (12/5)

TBA BTN: Nebraska at Purdue
12pm ABC: Ohio State at Michigan State
12pm CBSSN: Kent State at Miami (OH)
12pm ESPN3: Toledo at Northern Illinois
12pm ESPN3: FIU at Charlotte
12pm ESPN+: Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan
12pm ESPN+: Rice at Marshall
12pm ESPN+: Memphis at Tulane
2pm ESPN3: Bowling Green at Akron
2pm ESPN3: Troy at South Alabama
3pm ESPN3: ULM at Arkansas State
3:30pm ABC/ESPN/ESPN2: Indiana at Wisconsin
3:30pm BTN: Maryland at Michigan
3:30pm CBSSN: Buffalo at Ohio
6pm ESPN+: Florida Atlantic at Georgia Southern

Games on hold
Boston College at Virginia
Clemson at Virginia Tech
Georgia Tech at NC State
Florida State at Duke
Western Carolina at North Carolina
Miami (FL) at Wake Forest
Tulsa at Navy
Houston at SMU
Texas at Kansas State
Baylor at Oklahoma
Oklahoma State at TCU
Kansas at Texas Tech
West Virginia at Iowa State
Iowa at Illinois
Northwestern at Minnesota
Penn State at Rutgers
Ball State at Central Michigan
Fresno State at Nevada (FS1 or FS2)
Colorado at Arizona
UCLA at Arizona State
Oregon at California
Oregon State at Utah
Stanford at Washington
South Carolina at Kentucky
Ole Miss at LSU
Florida at Tennessee
Vanderbilt at Georgia
Alabama at Arkansas
Texas A&M at Auburn
Missouri at Mississippi State
Liberty at Coastal Carolina

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I know this is basketball note & I don't tweet & couldn't find your email but on your site you bg at mi on e2 & eu which is right #GoFalcons

Matt Sarzyniak said...

All of it changed again. Will update my site.

Anonymous said...

Oh jeez well take your time I am no rush for it as I don't print out the listings till the day itself just appreciate everything you do

Schmolik said...

With Ohio State slated for ABC, they will only play one BTN game this season (Rutgers).

Indiana, according to SI, will play on either ABC, ESPN, or ESPN2. That means they will make a maximum of one BTN game and that assumes their rivalry game with Purdue is on BTN.

So I'd guess the two BTN game minimum is now officially dead.

Unknown said...

dead just for this shortened season