Wolverines, Spartans Headline ESPN Networks College Football Week 6 Broadcast Schedule

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The Wolverines and Spartans will go head-to-head live Saturday night under the lights on ABC.

The in-state rivals will headline the ESPN networks’ broadcast schedule for the sixth week of the 2017 – ’18 college football season on ABC’s Saturday Night Football presented by Wells Fargo. Coverage is expected to start at 7:30 p.m. on ABC. It will mark the first time ever that the teams will have faced off under the lights and on prime time.

Michigan State has had the edge on the Spartans’ in the teams’ ongoing rivalry with the Spartans taking seven of the teams’ last nine games.  Michigan comes into Saturday’s matchup undefeated so far this season and has allowed no more than 17 points scored against the team, meaning Saturday’s matchup will be just as big as the teams’ previous showdowns.

While the Wolverines – Spartans matchup is the headliner for this week’s broadcast schedule across the ESPN networks, it is not the networks’ only game on tap.  Arkansas State and Georgia Southern open Week Six tonight at 8 p.m. on ESPN.

Millersville takes on East Stroudsburg to open the ESPN networks’ Thursday college football coverage.  Broadcast is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. on ESPN3.  Alcorn State and Alabama State follow at 7:30 p.m. on ESPNU while No. 17 Louisville and No. 24 N.C. State round out the night on ESPN beginning at 8 p.m.

The UConn Huskies play host to the Memphis Tigers to open Friday’s college football coverage on ESPN beginning at 7 p.m. Morgan State and South Carolina State follow at 7:30 p.m. on ESPNU.  Boise State and BYU finish off the night at 10:15 on ESPN.

The ESPN networks’ college football coverage continues Saturday with a near daylong schedule that kicks off at noon with Northwestern hosting No. 4 Penn State on ABC, No. 5 Georgia on the road against Vanderbilt on ESPN, No. 2 Clemson hosting Wake Forest on ESPN2, No. 12 Auburn hosting Ole Miss on the SEC Network, East Carolina hosting Temple on ESPN and Graceland on the road against Evangel on ESPN3.

The gridiron action runs late into the night as Southwest Baptist and Truman State are currently scheduled to finish off the weekend’s coverage.  The full broadcast schedule for this weekend’s games is noted below.

Date

Time (ET)

Game

Network

Wed, Oct 4

8 p.m.

Arkansas State at Georgia Southern

Kevin Negandhi, Rocky Boimain

ESPN2

Thu, Oct 5

7 p.m.

Millersville at East Stroudsburg

ESPN3

7:30 p.m.

Alcorn State at Alabama State

Tiffany Greene, Jay Walker

ESPNU

8 p.m.

No. 17 Louisville at No. 24 NC State

Dave Flemming, Tim Hasselbeck, Matt Hasselbeck, Laura Rutledge

ESPN

Fri, Oct 6

7 p.m.

Memphis at UConn

Dave Lamont, Mack Brown, Jen Lada

ESPN

7:30 p.m.

Morgan State at South Carolina State

Eric Clemons, Jay Walker

ESPNU

10:15 p.m.

Boise State at BYU

Adam Amin, Dusty Dvoracek, Molly McGrath

ESPN

Sat, Oct 7

Noon

No. 4 Penn State at Northwestern

Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Todd McShay

ABC

No. 5 Georgia at Vanderbilt

Mike Patrick, Tommy Tuberville, Paul Carcaterra

ESPN

Wake Forest at No. 2 Clemson

Beth Mowins, Anthony Becht, Rocky Boiman

ESPN2

Ole Miss at No. 12 Auburn

Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic

SEC Network

Temple at East Carolina

Mike Couzens, John Congemi

ESPNU

Graceland at Evangel

ESPN3

12:20 p.m.

Duke at Virginia

ACC Network Extra

12:30 p.m.

Pittsburgh at Syracuse

ACC Network Extra

1 p.m.

Georgetown at Princeton

ESPN3

North Dakota State at Indiana State

ESPN3

Davidson at Jacksonville

ESPN3

Brown at Stetson

ESPN3

1:30 p.m.

Samford at VMI

ESPN3

Yale at Dartmouth

ESPN3

Western Carolina at Wofford

ESPN3

2 p.m.

Central Michigan at Ohio

Dave Weekley, John Gregory

ESPN3

Valdosta State at West Georgia

ESPN3

California (PA) at Indiana (PA)

ESPN3

Mercer at The Citadel

ESPN3

Sam Houston State at Stephen F. Austin

ESPN3

2:30 p.m.

Bowling Green at Miami (Ohio)

Jim Barbar, Doug Graber

ESPN3

Kutztown at Bloomsburg

ESPN3

3 p.m.

Florida International at Middle Tennessee

ESPN3

Louisiana-Monroe at Texas State

Shawn Kenney, Stanford Routt

ESPN3

Youngstown State at South Dakota

ESPN3

3:30 p.m.

No. 22 Notre Dame at North Carolina

Bob Wischusen, Brock Huard, Allison Williams

ABC

No. 13 Miami at Florida State

Dave Pasch, Greg McElroy, Tom Luginbill

ESPN

Minnesota at Purdue

Jason Benetti, Kelly Stouffer, Kris Budden

ESPN2

Kent State at Northern Illinois

Dan Gutowsky, Marcus Ray

ESPN3

Ball State at Akron

Michael Reghi, Jerod Cherry

ESPN3

Western Michigan at Buffalo

Doug Sherman, Dustin Fox

ESPN3

New Mexico State at Appalachian State

Matt Stewart, Stan Lewter

ESPN3

4 p.m.

Tulsa at Tulane

Mark Neely, Ray Bentley

ESPNU

Arkansas at South Carolina

David Neal, Matt Stinchcomb, Dawn Davenport

SEC Network

Furman at Chattanooga

ESPN3

Oregon State at No. 14 USC

Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, Ian Fitzsimmons

ESPN Radio

5 p.m.

Louisiana at Idaho

Joel Meyers, Watson Brown

ESPN3

Western Illinois at Northern Iowa

ESPN3

6 p.m.

UNC-Pembroke at Wingate

ESPN3

6:30 p.m.

Georgia State at Coastal Carolina

Jeff McCarrigher, Tyoka Jackson

ESPN3

7 p.m.

Southern Illinois at South Dakota State

ESPN3

7:15 p.m.

No. 1 Alabama at Texas A&M

Joe Tessitore, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe

ESPN

 

No. 16 Virginia Tech at Boston College

Mike Corey, Ahmad Brooks, Roddy Jones

ESPN2

7:30 p.m.

No. 7 Michigan State at Michigan

Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Maria Taylor

ABC

Missouri at Kentucky

Taylor Zarzour, Andre Ware, Olivia Harlan

SEC Network

Northwestern State at Nicholls

ESPN3

Fresno State at San Jose State

ESPN3

8 p.m.

No. 25 UCF at Cincinnati

Roy Philpott, Tom Ramsey

ESPNU

10:45 PM

California at No. 6 Washington

Mark Jones, Rod Gilmore, Quint Kessinich

ESPN

No. 19 San Diego State at UNLV

Clay Matvick, Kirk Morrison

ESPN2

TBD

Southwest Baptist at Truman State

ESPN3

Please note: Not all ESPN3 and ACC Network games are exclusive

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ESPN Inks New Broadcast Deal With F1

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Formula 1 racing is returning to the ESPN networks.

ESPN announced Wednesday the network has reached a broadcast rights deal with Formula 1 to broadcast the FIA Formula 1 Racing Championship series throughout 2018. The deal gives ESPN and ABC the broadcast rights for all 21 of the series’ races beginning with the season-opening Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix on March 25 and ending with the Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Nov. 25.

Burke Magnus, ESPN executive vice president of programming & scheduling, was enthusiastic about the series’ return to the ESPN networks after being away for many years.

“ESPN has a long commitment to motorsports, and F1 is a crown jewel in the sport,” Magnus said.  “There are many passionate Formula 1 fans in the U.S. and we look forward to bringing the pageantry, spectacle and excitement of F1 to viewers across the ESPN platforms.”

Sean Bratches, Formula 1 managing director of commercial operations, was just as enthusiastic about the new deal as Magnus.

“We are excited about the return of the world’s foremost motor racing platform to the ABC and ESPN platforms,” Bratches said. “ABC’s Wide World of Sports first started airing live live grands prix in the early 1960s and this linear partnership with ESPN represents a significant step forward in achieving Formula 1’s aim of broadening the sport’s appeal.  The U.S. market is very important growth opportunity for Formula 1 and we are looking forward to working with ESPN to ignite the growing fan interest.”

Formula 1 made its Wide World of Sports debut on June 10, 1962 with the Monaco Grand Prix, a week after the race was actually run.  ABC ran a handful of Formula 1’s races up until 1988.  ESPN joined ABC in broadcasting Formula 1 in 1984 with a 10-race schedule.

Following the broadcast of that 10-race schedule, ESPN would continue to air Formula 1 races until 1997, its last year carrying the series.  The full schedule for Formula 1’s return to the ESPN networks in 2018 is noted below.

2018 FIA Formula One World Championship Schedule on ESPN and ABC

(all times Eastern)

Date

Time

Event

Network

March 25

12:55 a.m.

Australian Grand Prix

ESPN2

April 8

1:55 a.m.

Chinese Grand Prix

ESPN2

April 15

10:55 a.m.

Bahrain Grand Prix

ESPN2

April 29

8:55 a.m.

Azerbaijan Grand Prix

ESPN2

May 13

7:55 a.m.

Spanish Grand Prix

ESPN2

May 27

7:55 a.m.

Monaco Grand Prix

ESPN

3:30 p.m.

Monaco Grand Prix

ABC *

June 10

1:55 p.m.

Canadian Grand Prix

ESPN

June 24

7:55 a.m.

French Grand Prix

ESPN2

July 1

7:55 a.m.

Austrian Grand Prix

ESPN2

July 8

7:55 a.m.

British Grand Prix

ESPN

July 22

7:55 a.m.

German Grand Prix

ESPN2

July 29

7:55 a.m.

Hungarian Grand Prix

ESPN2

Aug. 26

7:55 a.m.

Belgian Grand Prix

ESPN2

Sept. 2

7:55 a.m.

Italian Grand Prix

ESPN2

Sept. 16

7:55 a.m.

Singapore Grand Prix

ESPN2

Sept. 30

7:55 a.m.

Russian Grand Prix

ESPN2

Oct. 7

12:55 a.m.

Japanese Grand Prix

ESPN2

Oct. 21

2:55 p.m.

United States Grand Prix

ABC

Oct. 28

2:55 p.m.

Mexican Grand Prix

ABC

Nov. 11

10:55 a.m.

Brazilian Grand Prix

ESPN2

Nov. 25

7:55 a.m.

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

ESPN2

* re-air

More information on the network’s Formula 1 coverage is available online along with all of Formula 1’s latest news at:

 

 

 

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Twitter: http://twitter.com/f1

 

 

 

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ESPN Reveals College Football Week 5 Broadcast Schedule

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ESPN has announced its broadcast schedule for the fifth week of the 2017 – ’18 college football season.

The ESPN networks’ schedule for the fifth week of the 2017 – ‘18 college football season opens Thursday night with a double-header slate.  Florida A&M plays host to North Carolina Central to open the night beginning at 7:30 p.m. Texas and Iowa State follow at 8 p.m. on ESPN.

Week 5’s action continues Friday night with yet another double-header schedule beginning at 7 p.m. No. 14 Miami will be on the road against Duke live on ESPN in that game.  No. 16 Washington State will play host to No. 5 USC in the night’s second game with coverage set to begin at 10:30 p.m. on ESPN.

No. Clemson and No. 12 Virginia Tech headline Saturday’s extensive schedule that includes games on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU and the SEC Network.  The Tigers and Hokies will be live under the lights on ABC’s Saturday Night Football presented by Wells Fargo, with coverage scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET.

While the Hokies and Tigers headline the weekend’s college football action across the ESPN networks, the matchup of the ranked teams is not the last of the weekend.  San Jose State and UNLV finish off the weekend’s action Saturday night at 10:30 p.m. ET on ESPNU.

The ESPN networks’ full college football Week 5 broadcast schedule is noted below.

ESPN’s Networks Week 5 College Football Schedule

Date Time (ET) Game Network
Thu, Sep 28 7:30 p.m. North Carolina Central at Florida A&M
Eric Clemons, Jay Walker
ESPNU
8 p.m. Texas at Iowa State
Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Laura Rutledge, Todd McShay
ESPN
Fri, Sep 29 7 p.m. No. 14 Miami at Duke
Dave Lamont, Mack Brown, Julie Stewart-Binks
ESPN
10:30 p.m. No. 5 USC at No. 16 Washington State
Adam Amin, Dusty Dvoracek, Molly McGrath
ESPN
Sat, Sep 30 Noon Northwestern at No. 10 Wisconsin
Bob Wischusen, Brock Huard, Allison Williams
ABC
Vanderbilt at No. 21 Florida
Dave Pasch, Greg McElroy, Tom Luginbill
ESPN
North Carolina at Georgia Tech
Jason Benetti, Kelly Stouffer, Kris Budden
ESPN2
Houston at Temple
Mike Couzens, John Congemi
ESPNU
New Mexico State at Arkansas
Taylor Zarzour, Andre Ware, Olivia Harlan  
SEC Network
Rice at Pittsburgh ACC Network Extra
Benedictine at Central Methodist ESPN3
12:20 p.m. Syracuse at NC State ACC Network Extra
1 p.m. Central Michigan at Boston CollegeDave Weekley, Dustin Fox ACC Network Extra
Guilford at Jacksonville ESPN3
East Tennessee State at Furman ESPN3
Gannon at Mercyhurst ESPN3
2 p.m. Missouri State at North Dakota State ESPN3
3 p.m. The Citadel at Samford ESPN3
3:30 p.m. Florida State at Wake ForestMike Patrick, Tommy Tuberville, Paul Carcaterra ABC
Baylor at Kansas State
Beth Mowins, Anthony Becht, Rocky Bomain
ESPN2
Navy at Tulsa
Mark Neely, Ray Bentley
ESPNU
Buffalo at Kent State
Michael Reghi, Jerod Cherry
ESPN3
Murray State at No. 17 Louisville ACC Network Extra
4 p.m. Eastern Michigan at Kentucky
Dave Neal, Matt Stinchcomb, Dawn Davenport
SEC Network
Connecticut at SMU
Shawn Kenney, Rene Ingoglia
ESPNEWS
Colorado Mesa at CSU-Pueblo ESPN3
South Dakota at Western Illinois ESPN3
Clarion at Edinboro ESPN3
5 p.m. Central Connecticut State at Sacred Heart ESPN3
6 p.m. No. 24 Mississippi State at No. 13 Auburn
Dave Flemming, Brian Griese, Todd McShay
ESPN
Akron at Bowling Green
Jim Barbar, Bobby Carpenter
ESPN3
Western Carolina at Chattanooga ESPN3
Bryant at New Hampshire ESPN3
7 p.m. Memphis at UCF
Mike Corey, Ahmad Brooks, Roddy Jones  
ESPN2
Troy at No. 25 LSU
Clay Matvick, Kirk Morrison
ESPNU
Ball State at Western Michigan
Dan Gutowsky, Marcus Ray
ESPN3
Coastal Carolina at Louisiana-Monroe
Joel Meyers, Brian Kinchen
ESPN3
Marshall at Cincinnati
Drew Fellios, Forrest Conoly
ESPN3
South Alabama at Louisiana Tech ESPN3
Eastern Illinois at Tennessee State ESPN3
Sam Houston State at Central Arkansas ESPN3
South Dakota State at Youngstown State ESPN3
Saginaw Valley State at Grand Valley State ESPN3
Northern Iowa at Southern Illinois ESPN3
West Florida at Florida Tech ESPN3
Abilene Christian at Incarnate Word ESPN3
McNeese at Stephen F. Austin ESPN3
7:30 p.m. South Carolina at Texas A&M
Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic
SEC Network
Indiana State at Illinois State ESPN3
Southeastern Louisiana at Northwestern State ESPN3
8 p.m. No. 2 Clemson at No. 12 Virginia TechTV: Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Maria Taylor

Radio: Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, Ian Fitzsimmons

ABC & ESPN Radio
Delta State at Mississippi College ESPN3
Nicholls at Lamar ESPN
9 p.m. Ole Miss at No. 1 Alabama
Joe Tessitore, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe
ESPN
10:30 p.m. Colorado at UCLA
Mark Jones, Rod Gilmore
ESPN2
San Jose State at UNLV
Roy Philpott, Tom Ramsey
ESPNU

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Kansas City, Washington Round Out Week 4 In The NFL Live On ESPN

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ESPN will present a battle of East versus West in next week’s edition of Monday Night Football.

The Kansas City Chiefs (AFC West) will host the Washington Redskins Oct. 2 in Kansas City live on ESPN to round out Week 4 of the NFL’s 2017 – ’18 season.  Monday’s coverage begins at 6 p.m. with Monday Night Countdown hosted by Suzy Kolber. The network’s weekly pre-game broadcast will air live from Arrowhead Stadium.

Kolber will be joined by NFL analysts Matt Hasselbeck, Randy Moss, Charles Woodson and Steven Young for additional commentary.  ESPN NFL Insiders Chris Mortensen, Louis Riddick and Adam Schefter will also join the broadcast from ESPN’s headquarters along with ESPN Senior Fantasy Sports Analyst Matthew Berry.

Live coverage of Monday night’s cross-conference game is currently scheduled to start at 8:15 p.m. with Sean McDonough and Jon Gruden on the call.  Lisa Salters will be on the sidelines with all of the latest in-game news and interviews.

Monday night’s matchup will be simulcast in Spanish on television on ESPN Deportes and ESPN2 with Alvaro Martin, Raul Allegre and John Sutcliffe handling broadcast duties there.  The game will also be available streaming via the ESPN app.

While the Chiefs and Redskins are in different conferences, Monday’s game will have the same importance for each team.  The AFC West-leading Chiefs (3 – 0) are 1 – 0 at home so far this season while the Redskins (2 – 1 ), who are in a close battle with Philadelphia and Dallas for the top spot in the NFC East, are also 1 – 0 on the road.

Both teams added another notch to their “W” columns in Week 3 with Kansas City defeating San Diego 24 – 10 and Washington defeating the Raiders 27 – 10.  A win for the Chiefs could potentially widen their lead in the AFC West depending on the outcome of the other games in the division this weekend.  Another win for Washington could have equally big implications in the NFC East – again depending on the division’s other games.

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Penn State, Iowa Headline ESPN Networks’ College Football Week 4 Broadcast Schedule

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The fourth week of the 2017 college football season is here and the ESPN networks have another full schedule on tap for this weekend.

The networks’ week 4 schedule opened Thursday as No. 21 South Florida hosted Temple on ESPN and North Carolina Central hosted South Carolina State on ESPNU.  The Bulls soundly defeated Temple 43 – 7 in their game while the Eagles (2 – 1) defeated the Bulldogs (1 – 2) 33 – 28 in that matchup.

The action continues tonight at 8 p.m. as Boise State hosts Virginia live on ESPN2. Saturday’s action starts at noon as North Carolina State University faces No. 12 Florida State on the road.  That game will be either on ABC or ESPN2 according to the network’s schedule.

No. 4 Penn State and Iowa will headline Saturday’s coverage beginning at 7:30 p.m. on ABC’s Saturday Night Football presented by Wells Fargo, but won’t be the last of the day’s games.  The day’s action winds down at 10:30 p.m. ET as Stanford hosts UCLA on ESPN and ESPN Radio.

East Carolina and Connecticut round out the weekend’s action Sunday at noon on ESPNU.  All of the games noted here are just some of the games scheduled for the fourth week of the 2017 college football season.  The networks’ full broadcast schedule for this weekend is noted below.

All games on Saturday, Sept. 23 unless specified.

Date

Time (ET)

Game

Network

Thu, Sep 21

7:30 p.m.

Temple at No. 21 South Florida

Dave Flemming, Joey Galloway, Booger McFarland, Laura Rutledge

ESPN

 

South Carolina State at North Carolina Central

Eric Clemons, Jay Walker

ESPNU

Fri, Sep 22

8 p.m.

Virginia at Boise State

Adam Amin, Dusty Dvoracek, Molly McGrath

ESPN2

Sat, Sep 23

Noon

NC State at No. 12 Florida State

Jason Benetti, Anthony Becht, Rocky Boiman

ABC or ESPN2*

Texas Tech at Houston

Mike Patrick, Tommy Tuberville, Paul Carcaterra

ABC or ESPN2*

Texas A&M at Arkansas from Arlington, Texas

Bob Wischusen, Brock Huard, Allison Williams

ESPN

West Virginia at Kansas

Mike Couzens, John Congemi

ESPNU

Massachusetts at Tennessee
Taylor Zarzour, Andre Ware, Olivia Harlan

SEC Network

Kent State at No. 19 Louisville

ACC Network Extra

Central Methodist at Peru State

ESPN3

12:20 p.m.

Pittsburgh at Georgia State

ACC Network Extra

1 p.m.

Delta State at Shorter

ESPN3

Mercyhurst at Clarion

ESPN3

1:30 p.m.

New Mexico at Tulsa

Joel Meyers, Brian Kinchen

ESPN3

Chattanooga at VMI

ESPN3

Gardner-Webb at Wofford

ESPN3

2 p.m.

Old Dominion at No. 13 Virginia Tech

Dave Weekley, John Gregory

ACC Network Extra

Ohio at Eastern Michigan

Dan Gutowsky, Bobby Carpenter

ESPN3

Idaho at South Alabama

Drew Fellios, Forrest Conoly

ESPN3

3 p.m.

No. 5 USC at California

Dave Pasch, Greg McElroy, Tom Luginbill

ABC

3:30 p.m.

No. 16 TCU at No. 6 Oklahoma State

TV: Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Todd McShay

Radio: Sean Kelley, Barrett Jones, Owen Murphy

ESPN and ESPN Radio

Boston College at No. 2 Clemson

Dave Lamont, Kelly Souffer, Kris Budden

ESPN2

Duke at North Carolina

Clay Matvick, Kirk Morrison, Desmond Purnell

ESPNU

Louisiana Tech at South Carolina

David Neal, Matt Stinchcomb, Dawn Davenport

SEC Network

Toledo at No. 14 Miami

ACC Network Extra

Miami (OH) at Central Michigan
Michael Reghi, Marcus Ray

ESPN3

Wake Forest at Appalachian State

Shawn Kenney, Stan Lewter

ESPN3

Illinois State at Missouri State

ESPN3

Samford at Western Carolina

ESPN3

Robert Morris at North Dakota State

ESPN3

Mercer at East Tennessee State

ESPN3

Sat, Sep 23

4 p.m.

Campbell at Stetson

ESPN3

5 p.m.

Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana

Matt Stewart, Watson Brown

ESPN3

Tennessee State at Tennessee Martin

ESPN3

6 p.m.

Akron at Troy

Tiffany Greene, Huston Mason

ESPN3

Mars Hill at Catawba

ESPN3

6:30 p.m.

Western Illinois at Costal Carolina

Brock Bowling, Doug Graber

ESPN3

7 p.m.

No. 17 Mississippi State at No. 11 Georgia

Joe Tessitore, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe

ESPN

Syracuse at No. 25 LSU

Anish Shroff, Ahmad Brooks, Julie Stewart-Binks

ESPN2

Wagner at Western Michigan

ESPN3

Florida Atlantic at Buffalo

ESPN3

Arkansas State at SMU
David Saltzman, Stanford Routt

ESPN3

Bowling Green at Middle Tennessee

ESPN3

Nicholls at Sam Houston State

ESPN3

Ferris State at Ashland

ESPN3

Villanova at Albany

ESPN3

Northwood at Grand Valley State

ESPN3

7:30 p.m.

No. 4 Penn State at Iowa

Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Maria Taylor

ABC

No. 15 Auburn at Missouri

Mark Neely, Ray Bentley

ESPNU

No. 20 Florida at Kentucky

Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic

SEC Network

8 p.m.

UT San Antonio at Texas State

ESPN3

Southern Illinois at Memphis

ESPN3

UTEP at New Mexico State

Greg Mescall, Jay Taylor

ESPN3

10:15 p.m.

Hawaii at Wyoming

Roy Philpott, Tom Ramsey

ESPN2

10:30 p.m.

UCLA at Stanford

TV: Mark Jones, Rod Gilmore, Quint Kessenich

Radio: Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, Ian Fitzsimmons

ESPN and ESPN Radio

Sun, Sep 24

Noon

East Carolina at Connecticut

Mike Corey, Rene Ingoglia

ESPNU

Not all ESPN3 and ACC Network Extra games are exclusive
*Game is Regionalized

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Cards, Cowboys Close Out NFL’s Week 3 Schedule Live On ESPN

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The Cowboys and Cards will go head to head live Monday night as ESPN caps off the third week of the National Football League’s 2017 – ’18 season.

ESPN will broadcast the NFC inter-divisional matchup live from University of Phoenix Stadium beginning at 6 p.m. with its weekly Monday Night Countdown pre-game broadcast anchored by Suzy Kolber. Kolber will be joined, as she is each week, by analysts Matt Hasselback, Randy Moss, Charles Woodson and Steve young for additional commentary.

Also scheduled to be on hand for the broadcast from ESPN’s studios will be ESPN ESPN Insiders Chris Mortensen, Louis Riddick, Adam Schefter and Senior Fantasy Sports Analyst Mathew Berry.

The Cardinals (1 – 1 – 0) come into their home opener on the heels of a hard-fought 16 – 13 win over the Colts in week 2 while the Cowboys (1 – 1 – 0) will look to bounce back from a week two 42 – 17 pounding from the Broncos and pick up their first road win of the season in the process.  The contrast means both teams will have plenty to play for Monday night.

Sean McDonough will anchor Monday night’s broadcast.  He will be joined in the booth by his MNF broadcast partner Jon Gruden.  Lisa Salters will be on the sidelines with all of the game’s latest news and interviews.

Monday night’s game will be simulcast in Spanish on television ESPN Deportes and ESPN2 with Alvaro Martin, Raul Allegre and John Sutcliffe on the call.  The game will can also be streamed online via the ESPN app for those who won’t be near a television during the game.

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Giants, Lions Close Out Week 2 In The NFL On ESPN

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The National Football League winds down the second week of its 2017 – ’18 season Monday night on ESPN with an NFC inter-divisional matchup.

The New York Giants (0 – 1 – 0) are scheduled to host the Detroit Lions (1 – 0 – 0) Monday night at Met Life Stadium in Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey as the NFL winds down the second week of its 2017 – ’18 season.  The Giants sit third in the NFC East coming into Monday night’s matchup against Detroit, while the Lions currently sit second in the NFC North right behind the Minnesota Vikings, also 1 – 0 – 0 on the season.

Monday night’s game between the NFC inter-divisional foes will be the Giants’ first home game after the season.  The team fell 19 – 3 to Dallas in Dallas in Week 1.  Detroit meanwhile opened its season with a hard-fought 35 – 23 home win against Arizona.

The Giants’ season-opening road loss and the Tiger’s season-opening home win means that both teams will be playing equally hard for a win – the Tigers for their second straight win on the season and the G-Men for their first win of the season in front of a home crowd.

Sean McDonough will have the call for Monday night’s game.  He will be joined in the booth by Jon Gruden for additional commentary. Lisa Salters will be on the sidelines with all of the game’s latest interviews and news.

Suzy Kolber will anchor ESPN’s weekly Monday night pre-game program Monday Night Countdown ahead of kickoff beginning at 6 p.m.  She will be joined by analysts Matt Hasselbeck, Randy Moss, Charles Woodson and Steve Young for additional commentary.

Monday’s game will be simulcast in Spanish on ESPN Deportes with Alvaro Martin on the call.  He will be joined by Raul Allegre and reporter John Sutcliffe for additional commentary.

Anyone not near a television Monday night can catch all of the night’s action online live via the ESPN app.

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