ESPN Announces Key Matchups For Week 7 Broadcast Schedule Of The 2021-22 College Football Season

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ESPN has announced its broadcast schedule for week seven of the 2021-22 college football season.

This weekend’s schedule is set to kick off at 10:30 p.m. ET Friday. Pac-12 conference opponents No. 9 Oregon and California are scheduled to face off.

The college football action continues at noon Saturday with a packed schedule. One key matchup at noon will see a showdown between American Athletic Conference opponents #3 Cincinnati and UCF. The game is scheduled to air on ABC. Meanwhile over on ESPN2, Nebraska and Minnesota are scheduled to kick off at noon.

Also at noon, the Gators and LSU Tigers will face off on ESPN. It will simulcast on ESPN Radio. Additionally, No. 21 Texas A&M will face Missouri at noon on the SEC Network.

Saturday’s daylong schedule continues at 3:30 with two more games. No. 19 BYU will face Baylor on ESPN’s 4K Game of the Week. Also at 3:30, No. 2 Iowa is scheduled to hit the field against Purdue on ABC following the Bearcats/Golden Knights game.

The SEC will get more attention at 7 p.m. on ESPN as No. 5 Alabama takes the field against Mississippi State.

Back over on the SEC Network, Ole Miss and Tennessee will go under the lights at 7:30 p.m. ET on SEC Saturday Night Presented by T-Mobile. #22 NC State will be on the road against Boston College at 7:30 p.m. on the ACC Network. The gridiron action continues at 7:30 p.m. on ABC’s Saturday Night Football Presented by Capitol One as No. 4 Oklahoma hosts TCU.

Utah and No. 18 Arizona State round out the key matchups on this week’s schedule of games across the ESPN networks. Kickoff is scheduled for 10 p.m. ET on ESPN.

The games noted here are just a handful of contests scheduled for this weekend. Even more games are scheduled across the ESPN networks.

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ESPN Returning To University Of Georgia Again For Key SEC Matchup Preview

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ESPN will focus on a key SEC conference matchup on this weekend’s edition of College GameDay Built by The Home Depot.

Saturday’s edition of College GameDay Built by The Home Depot will air live from Athens, GA. The broadcast will showcase the showdown between undefeated SEC foes Georgia and Kentucky. The broadcast is in partner with SEC Nation Presented by Johnsonville.

Saturday’s broadcast is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. ET in the Myers Quad on the University of Georgia campus and to run through noon on ESPN. SEC Nation meanwhile, is scheduled to air from 10 a.m. – noon ET on SEC Network.

Saturday’s showcase of the Wildcats and Bulldogs (both of which are 6-0) will mark the second time in three weeks that ESPN has visited Athens for its weekly flagship college football program. It is the show’s seventh time overall that it has visited the university for a broadcast. The most recent broadcast took place earlier in the season ahead of the Bulldogs’ Top 10 matchup against Arkansas.

Rece Davis will anchor Saturday’s broadcast. Analysts Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard and David Pollack (a former All-American from the University of Georgia) will also be on hand for additionally commentary. Joining them will be research producer and sports betting analyst Chris “The Bear” Fallica and reporters Jen Lada and Gene Wojciechowski.

Laura Rutledge will anchor SEC Network’s SEC Nation broadcast. Paul Finebaum, Roman Harper, Jordan Rodgers and Tim Tebow will join Rutledge for the broadcast.

Additionally, Marty Smith and Ryan McGee will be live from 9-10 a.m. Saturday on their weekly show, Marty & McGee Presented by Old Trapper, previewing Saturday’s key SEC matchup.

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ESPN Networks’ Broadcast Schedule Announced For Week 5 Of The 2021-22 College Football Season

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The SEC will get a lot of attention from the ESPN networks this weekend.

ESPN will host three games between SEC teams Saturday beginning with a matchup of No. 1 Arkansas and No. 2 Georgia at noon ET on ESPN. Fellow SEC foes, No. 10 Florida and the University of Kentucky are scheduled to take the field at 6 p.m. ET. The day’s SEC showcase is headlined by a matchup of No. 22 Auburn on the road against LSU, again on ESPN, this time at 9 p.m. ET.

In other news, ABC’s Saturday Night Football Presented By Capitol One will feature a Big 10 battle between No. 4 Penn State and Indiana at 7:30 p.m. ET.

Speaking of ABC, No. 3 Oregon and Stanford in Pac-12 will face off in conference play on ABC. That game is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. ET. Prior to that, Texas and TCU are set to kick off at noon ET on the alphabet network.

Over on ESPN2, the No. 21 Baylor Bears are scheduled to face off against Big 12 conference opponent No. 19 Oklahoma State at 7 p.m. ET. The game is the 4K Game of the Week on ESPN2.

The SEC Network will see No. 15 Texas A&M hosting Mississippi State at 7 p.m. ET. Boston College will look to remain unbeaten Saturday evening as it takes on No. 25 Clemson at 7:30 p.m. ET on the ACC Network’s ACC Primetime Football.

Saturday’s schedule winds down at 10:30 p.m. ET on ESPN with a showdown between two undefeated Big Sky Conference opponents, Montana (3-0) and Eastern Washington (4-0).

The games noted here are just a portion of Saturday’s extensive college football broadcast schedule. Additional games are noted below.

Additional ESPN Networks – Week 5 Highlights

  • UL Monroe at No. 16 Coastal Carolina: Saturday at 2:30 p.m., ESPN+
  • Louisiana Tech at No. 23 NC State: Saturday at 6 p.m., ACCNX/ESPN+
    • Talent: John Schriffen, Rene Ingoglia, Tori Petry  
  • Louisville at No. 24 Wake Forest : Saturday at 12:30 p.m., ESPN3
  • Houston at Tulsa: Friday at 7:30 p.m., ESPN
    • Talent: Roy Philpott, Andre Ware, Paul Carcaterra
  • Duke at North Carolina: Saturday at noon, ESPN2
    • Talent: Mike Morgan, Kirk Morrison, Dawn Davenport

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ESPN’s ‘CGD’ Broadcast To Come Live From Coastal Carolina Saturday

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ESPN’s College GameDay Built by The Home Depot air live from South Carolina this weekend.

The network’s flagship college football program will air live from the campus of No. 18 Coastal Carolina University Saturday. It marks the first time that the program will have ever run from the university. It is ahead of the Chanticleers’ matchup with No. 13 BYU.

Rece Davis will anchor the broadcast. Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard, David Pollack, Maria Taylor and Chris “The Bear” Fallica will join Davis for the broadcast. Lee Corso will join the broadcast remotely from his home while Jen Lada, Pat McAfee, Tom Rinaldi, and Gene Wojciechowski will also contribute.

The matchup between BYU and Coastal Carolina is just one of the games set for Saturday’s day-long college football schedule. No. 4 Ohio State will visit Michigan State, with coverage starting at noon on ABC. Over on ESPN, No. 5 Texas A&M will visit Auburn.

No. 17 UNC will host the Western Carolina Catamounts at noon on the ACC Network. ESPN2 will broadcast the matchup of No. 15 Oklahoma State and TCU, also at noon. that game will simulcast on ESPN Radio.

No. 12 Indiana will visit No. 16 Wisconsin at 3:30 p.m. ET on ESPN as the day continues. Virginia Tech will host No. 3 Clemson in the day’s headliner on ABC.

The full schedule for this weekend’s college football matchups is noted below.

Updated at noon ET on Thursday, Dec. 3. All rankings are CFP Rankings (Dec. 1).

DateTime (ET)Game/TalentNetwork
Fri, Dec 48:30 p.m.Louisiana at Appalachian State
Jason Benetti, Andre Ware, Taylor Davis
ESPN
Sat, Dec 5NoonNo. 4 Ohio State at Michigan State
Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky, Quint Kessenich
ABC
No. 5 Texas A&M at Auburn
Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Todd McShay, Allison Williams
ESPN
No. 15 Oklahoma State at TCU
TV: Mark Jones, Dusty Dvoracek, Kris Budden
Radio: Marc Kestecher, Ben Hartsock
ESPN2/ESPN Radio
Western Carolina at No. 17 North Carolina
Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, Lericia Harris
ACC Network
Arkansas at Missouri
Dave Neal, DJ Shockley, Dawn Davenport
SEC Network
Toledo at Northern Illinois
Shawn Kenney, Bob Chmiel
ESPN3
Memphis at Tulane
David Saltzman, Keith Moreland
ESPN+
Rice at No. 21 MarshallESPN+
2 p.m.Ball State at Central Michigan
Clay Matvick, Rocky Boiman
ESPNU
Bowling Green at Akron
Michael Reghi, Jerod Cherry
ESPN3
Troy at South AlabamaESPN3
Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan
Dan Gutowsky, Devin Gardner
ESPN+
3 p.m.Louisiana-Monroe at Arkansas StateESPN3
3:30 p.m.No. 12 Indiana at No. 16 Wisconsin
Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy, Holly Rowe
ABC
West Virginia at No. 9 Iowa State
Dave Pasch, Mike Golic Sr., Paul Carcaterra
ESPN
No. 24 Tulsa at Navy
Anish Shroff, Tom Luginbill, Alex Chappell
ESPN2
Boston College at VirginiaESPN3
4 p.m.Georgia Tech at NC State
Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich, Eric Wood
ACC Network
Vanderbilt at No. 8 Georgia
Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb, Lauren Sisler
SEC Network
5:30 p.m.No. 13 BYU at No. 18 Coastal Carolina
Bill Roth, Dustin Fox, Ryan McGee
ESPNU
6 p.m.Florida Atlantic at Georgia SouthernESPN+
7 p.m.No. 23 Oregon at California
Dave Flemming, Rod Gilmore, Taylor McGregor
ESPN
7:30 p.m.No. 3 Clemson at Virginia Tech
Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Maria Taylor
ABC
South Carolina at Kentucky
Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic
SEC Network
No. 1 Alabama at LSU
Sean Kelley, Barrett Jones
ESPN Radio
8 p.m.No. 10 Miami at Duke
Dave O’Brien, Tim Hasselbeck, Katie George
ACC Network
9 p.m.Houston at SMU
John Schriffen, Rene Ingoglia
ESPNU
10:30 p.m.Oregon State at Utah
Mike Couzens, Kirk Morrison, Ian Fitzsimmons
ESPN
Sun, Dec 6NoonWestern Kentucky at CharlotteESPN3

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ESPN Announces Early Broadcast Schedule For 2020-21 College Basketball Season

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College basketball is back!

The ESPN networks will kick off the 2020-2021 college basketball season at 2 p.m. Wednesday. The season opens with Illinois on the road against No. 23 Ohio State on ESPN and Kansas State hosting Drake on ESPNU. Memphis and St. Mary’s will face off in the Quarterfinal #2 of the Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic on ESPN2.

Play continues at 4 p.m. ET as Louisville hosts Evansville on the ACC Network. Quarterfinal #1, featuring a matchup of Northern Iowa and Western Kentucky follows at 4:30 p.m. ET on ESPNU. No. 10 Kentucky will host Morehead State at 6 p.m. ET on the SEC Network.

Over on ESPN+, Northwestern State will visit No. 14 Texas Tech. That game is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. An hour later at 8 p.m. ET No. 19 Texas will host UT Rio Grande Valley on The Longhorn Network.

The opening day of ESPN’s college basketball opening day winds down at 9:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2. Quarterfinal #4 of the Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic, featuring a matchup of VCU and Utah State, finishes the day.

The full broadcast schedule for the ESPN networks’ first two weeks of the 2020-2021 college basketball season is noted below.

ESPN Networks Television Schedule (subject to change)
Please note: Due to the ongoing changes related to the college basketball season, ESPN will unveil TV and digital schedules on a week-to-week basis. Schedule changes will be reflected here, as well as @ESPNPR.

DateTime (ET)Matchup/CommentatorsNetwork
Feast Week Presented by Lowe’s (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU)
Wed, Nov 252 p.m.Illinois State at No. 23 Ohio State
Anish Shroff, Cory Alexander
ESPN
 Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic
Quarterfinal #2
Memphis vs. St. Mary’s
Rich Hollenberg, Dan Dakich
ESPN2
 Drake at Kansas State
Chuckie Kempf, Tim Welsh
ESPNU
4 p.m.Oklahoma State at UT Arlington
Mark Neely, Fran Fraschilla
ESPN
 Bowling Green at No. 25 Michigan
Jason Benetti, Robbie Hummel
ESPN2
 Evansville at Louisville
Mike Couzens, David Padgett
ACCN
4:30 p.m.Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic
Quarterfinal #1
Northern Iowa vs. Western Kentucky
Rich Hollenberg, Dan Dakich
ESPNU
6 p.m.College of Charleston at No. 16 North Carolina
Jay Alter, Malcolm Huckaby
ACCN
 Morehead State vs. No. 10 Kentucky
Paul Sunderland, Jimmy Dykes
SEC Network
7 p.m.2K Empire Classic
Semifinal #1
No. 18 Arizona State vs. Rhode Island
Jon Sciambi, Jay Bilas
ESPN
 Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic
Quarterfinal #3
South Dakota State vs. No. 15 West Virginia
Doug Sherman, Chris Spatola
ESPN2
 Northwestern State at No. 14 Texas TechESPN+
8 p.m.Jacksonville State at Alabama
Richard Cross, Mark Wise
SEC Network
 UT Rio Grande Valley at No. 19 Texas
Lowell Galindo, Lance Blanks
Longhorn Network
 Charleston Southern vs. NC StateACCN
 Houston Baptist at TCUESPN+
 9:30 p.m.2K Empire Classic 
Semifinal #2
No. 3 Villanova vs. Boston College
Jon Sciambi, Jay Bilas
ESPN
 Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic 
Quarterfinal #4
VCU vs. Utah State
Doug Sherman, Chris Spatola
ESPN2
Thu, Nov. 26NoonBad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic 
Semifinal #1
Rich Hollenberg, Dan Dakich
ESPN
2:30 p.m.Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic 
Semifinal #2
Rich Hollenberg, Dan Dakich
ESPN
5 p.m.Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic 
Consolation Game
Doug Sherman, Chris Spatola
ESPN or ESPN2
7 p.m.2K Empire Classic 
Third Place Game
Jon Sciambi, Jay Bilas
ESPN
7:30 p.m.Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic 
Consolation Game
Doug Sherman, Chris Spatola
ESPN2
9:30 p.m.2K Empire Classic 
Championship
Jon Sciambi, Jay Bilas
ESPN
Fri, Nov. 2711:30 a.m.HomeLight Classic  ESPN
1:30 p.m.Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic 
Championship
Rich Hollenberg, Dan Dakich
ESPN
 Sam Houston State vs. No. 14 Texas Tech
Mark Neely, TBD
ESPNU
3 p.m.Bryant at Syracuse
Jay Alter, Malcolm Huckaby
ACCN
4 p.m.Seton Hall at Louisville
Mike Couzens, Fran Fraschilla
ESPN2
 Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic
Seventh Place Game
Rich Hollenberg, Dan Dakich
ESPNU
6:30 p.m.Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic
Fifth Place Game
Doug Sherman, Chris Spatola
ESPN2
7 p.m.Valparaiso at VanderbiltSEC Network
 Longwood at Wake ForestACCN
8:30 p.m.Colorado at Kansas State
Chuckie Kempf, Tim Welsh
ESPNU
9 p.m.Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic
Third Place Game
Doug Sherman, Chris Spatola
ESPN2
 Sat, Nov. 284 p.m.Hall of Fame Classic Powered by ShotTracker 
Semifinal #1
South Carolina vs. Liberty
Chuckie Kempf, Mark Adams
ESPNEWS
5:30 p.m.Air Force Reserve Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic 
Rhode Island vs. South Florida
Kevin Brown, Jon Crispin
ESPN3
7:30 p.m.Hall of Fame Classic Powered by ShotTracker
Semifinal #2
Tulsa vs. TCU
Chuckie Kempf, Mark Adams
ESPN3
Texas Southern vs. Oklahoma StateESPN+
8 p.m.Air Force Reserve Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic 
Virginia Tech vs. Temple
Kevin Brown, Jon Crispin
ESPNEWS
Sun, Nov. 291 p.m.Richmond vs. No. 10 Kentucky
Dan Shulman, Jimmy Dykes
ESPN
Arkansas-Pine Bluff vs. Iowa StateESPN+
 Hall of Fame Classic Powered by ShotTracker 
Third Place Game
Chuckie Kempf, Mark Adams
ESPN2
3:30 p.m.Hall of Fame Classic Powered by ShotTracker  Championship
Chuckie Kempf, Mark Adams
ESPN2
 5:30 p.m.No. 17 Houston vs. No. 14 Texas Tech
Mark Neely, Fran Fraschilla
ESPN2
 Air Force Reserve Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic  
Jon Sciambi, Jon Crispin
ESPNU
6 p.m.North Florida at Miami
Dave O’Brien, Jordan Cornette
ACCN
8 p.m.Air Force Reserve Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic  
South Florida vs. Virginia Tech
Jon Sciambi, Jon Crispin
ESPN2
Mon, Nov. 30NoonCamping World Maui Invitational 
Quarterfinal #1
No. 19 Texas vs. Davidson
ESPN2
2:30 p.m.Camping World Maui Invitational 
Quarterfinal #2
Indiana vs. Providence
ESPN2
6 p.m.Bubbleville  
St. John’s vs. Boston College
ESPNU
7 p.m.Camping World Maui Invitational 
Quarterfinal #3
No. 16 North Carolina vs. UNLV
ESPN2
 William & Mary at NC StateACCN
8 p.m.UM Kansas City vs. Kansas StateESPNU
 Texas State at Mississippi StateSEC Network
9:30 p.m.Camping World Maui Invitational 
Quarterfinal #4
Stanford vs. Alabama
ESPN2
Tue, Dec. 11:30 p.m.Camping World Maui Invitational 
Semifinal #1
ESPN
2:30 p.m.Roman Legends Classic
Semifinal #1
USC vs. BYU
ESPN2
4 p.m.Camping World Maui Invitational 
Semifinal #2
ESPN
 Saint Francis at No. 4 VirginiaACCN
5 p.m.Roman Legends Classic 
Semifinal #2
UConn vs. Vanderbilt
ESPN2
6 p.m.Western Kentucky at LouisvilleACCN
7 p.m.Camping World Maui Invitational 
Consolation Game
ESPN2
7:30 p.m.State Farm Champions Classic  
No. 13 Michigan State vs. No. 9 Duke
ESPN
9:30 p.m.State Farm Champions Classic  
No. 6 Kansas vs. No. 10 Kentucky
ESPN
 Camping World Maui Invitational 
Consolation Game
ESPN2
 Wed, Dec. 21:30 p.m.Camping World Maui Invitational
Third Place Game
ESPN
4 p.m.Camping World Maui Invitational 
Championship
ESPN
 Troy at Wake ForestACCN
5 p.m.Florida vs. OklahomaESPN2
6 p.m.South Carolina State at ClemsonACCN
7 p.m.Jimmy V Men’s Classic Presented by Corona  
No. 12 Tennessee vs. No. 1 Gonzaga
ESPN
 Camping World Maui Invitational 
Fifth Place Game
ESPN2
 Tarleton State at Texas A&MSEC Network
8 p.m.North Florida at No. 21 Florida StateACCN
9 p.m.UT Arlington at ArkansasSEC Network
9:30 p.m.Camping World Maui Invitational 
Seventh Place Game
ESPN2
10 p.m.Jimmy V Men’s Classic Presented by Corona 
No. 8 Illinois vs. No. 2 Baylor
ESPN
 7 p.m.South Dakota State vs. Iowa StateESPN+
 Youngstown State vs. No. 15 West VirginiaESPN+
Thu, Dec. 37 p.m.Roman Legends Classic 
Championship
ESPN
9 p.m.St. John‘s vs. No. 14 Texas TechESPN
9:30 p.m.Roman Legends Classic 
Third Place Game
ESPN2
8 p.m.VMI vs. Virginia TechACCN
 Northwestern State vs. TCUESPN+
Fri, Dec. 42 p.m.UNCG at LouisvilleACCN
4 p.m.Rhode Island at Boston CollegeACCN
6 p.m.Kent State at No. 4 VirginiaACCN
7 p.m.Jacksonville at GeorgiaSEC Network
8 p.m.No. 12 Tennessee at Notre DameACCN
9 p.m.South Alabama at AuburnSEC Network
Sat, Dec. 5NoonBubbleville
NC State vs. UConn
ESPNU
TBDOakland vs. Oklahoma StateESPN+
8 p.m.UNLV vs. Kansas StateESPN+
Sun, Dec. 6NoonElon at No. 9 DukeACCN
1 p.m.No. 3 Villanova at No. 19 TexasESPN
2 p.m.Missouri at Wichita StateESPN2
 Grambling State at No. 14 Texas TechESPNU
 Stetson at FloridaSEC Network
3 p.m.Xavier at CincinnatiESPN
4 p.m.Oklahoma at TCUESPN2
 UTRGV at Texas A&MSEC Network
5 p.m.Hoopsgiving  
No. 10 Kentucky at Georgia Tech
ESPN
6 p.m.DePaul at Iowa StateESPNU
 Louisiana Tech at LSUSEC Network
8 p.m.Oklahoma at TCUESPN+

ACC/Big Ten Challenge Presented by Continental Tire

DateTimeMatchupNetwork
Tue, Dec. 85 p.m.Purdue at MiamiESPN2
7 p.m.Boston College at MinnesotaESPNU
7:30 p.m.North Carolina at IowaESPN
 Ohio State at Notre DameESPN2
9 p.m.Penn State at Virginia TechESPNU
9:30 p.m.Illinois at DukeESPN
 Syracuse at RutgersESPN2
 Wed, Dec. 95 p.m.Maryland at ClemsonESPN2
7:15 p.m.Louisville at WisconsinESPN
 NC State at MichiganESPN2
 Georgia Tech at NebraskaESPNU
9:15 p.m.Michigan State at VirginiaESPN
 Indiana at Florida StateESPN2
 Pittsburgh at NorthwesternESPNU

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MAC, PAC-12 Return To Play This Weekend On ESPN’s Networks

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The Mid-American Conference and Pac-12 will make their official return to play this weekend.

The ESPN networks will have full coverage of the conferences’ return to mark the occasion. It all starts at 6 p.m. ET on Wednesday with five games from the MAC spread across the ESPN networks. Western Michigan will face Akron on ESPN3 while Eastern Michigan will be on the road against Kent State on ESPN+.

Ohio will face Central Michigan at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN. Over on ESPN2, Buffalo will visit Northern Illinois, also at 7 p.m. ET.

Rounding out the evening’s MAC coverage is a matchup of Toledo and Bowling Green at 8 p.m. ET on ESPNU.

PAC-12 RETURN

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The Pac-12’s return will come in the form of a matchup between Stanford and No. 12 Oregon. The matchup will headline this weekend’s college football schedule. The teams will play live on ABC’s Saturday Night Football Presented by Capital One.

WEEKEND SCHEDULE

The ACC will open this weekend’s college football schedule as North Carolina State University will host ACC foe No. 11 Miami at 7:30 p.m. ET Friday on ESPN.

Saturday’s day-long schedule launches at noon with nine games at noon across ESPN’s networks. No. 22 Texas will host West Virginia on ABC. The game will simulcast on ABC Radio.

Another key noon matchup is #25 Liberty visiting Virginia Tech on the ACC Network. No. 18 SMU will visit Temple on ESPN+.

No. 16 Marshall will host UMass at 2:30 p.m. on ESPN+.

Even more Top 25 matchups follow at 3:30 p.m. ET. No. 10 Wisconsin will host Purdue on ABC while No. 6 Cincinnati will host Houston on ESPN. No. 19 Oklahoma will host Kansas on ESPN2.

Later in the evening, No. 7 Texas A&M will visit South Carolina on ESPN. That game will simulcast on ESPN Radio.

No. 15 Coastal Carolina will host South Alabama at 8 p.m. ET on ESPNU.

The ESPN networks’ full college football broadcast schedule for this week is noted below.

DateTime (ET)Game/TalentNetwork
Wed, Nov 46 p.m.Western Michigan at Akron
Michael Reghi, Dustin Fox
ESPN3
  Eastern Michigan at Kent State
David Wilson, John Gregory
ESPN+
 7 p.m.Ohio at Central Michigan
Kevin Brown, Mike Golic Jr., Quint Kessenich
ESPN
 Buffalo at Northern Illinois
Anish Shroff, Tom Luginbill, Taylor McGregor
ESPN2
8 p.m.Bowling Green at Toledo
Mike Couzens, Rocky Boiman
ESPNU
Fri, Nov 67:30 p.m.No. 11 Miami at NC State
Jason Benetti, Andre Ware, Marty Smith
ESPN
Sat, Nov 7NoonWest Virginia at No. 22 Texas
TV: Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy, Holly Rowe
Radio: Marc Kestecher, Ben Hartsock
ABC/ESPN Radio
 Michigan State at Iowa
Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky, Paul Carcaterra
ESPN
 North Carolina at Duke
Roy Philpott, Kelly Stouffer, Alex Chappell
ESPN2
 Arkansas State at Louisiana
Dave Neal, DJ Shockley
ESPNU
 No. 25 Liberty at Virginia Tech
Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich, Taylor Davis
ACC Network
 Louisiana-Monroe at Georgia StateESPN3
 Tulane at East Carolina
Evan Lepler, Jay Sonnhalter
ESPN+
 South Florida at Memphis
Lincoln Rose, LaDarrin McLane
ESPN+
 No. 18 SMU at Temple
Dave Leno, Ken Dunek
ESPN+
1 p.m.Troy at Georgia SouthernESPN3
2 p.m.Boston College at SyracuseESPN3
2:30 p.m.UMass at No. 16 MarshallESPN+
3 p.m.North Alabama at Southern MississippiESPN3
 Appalachian State at Texas StateESPN+
3:30 p.m.Purdue at No. 10 Wisconsin
Dave Pasch, Mike Golic Sr., Jerry Punch
ABC
 Houston at No. 6 Cincinnati
Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Todd McShay, Molly McGrath
ESPN
 Kansas at No. 19 Oklahoma
Anish Shroff, Tom Luginbill, Kris Budden
ESPN2
 Vanderbilt at Mississippi State
Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb, Dawn Davenport
SEC Network
 UTSA at RiceESPN3
 Charlotte at Middle TennesseeESPN+
4 p.m.Arizona at Utah
Clay Matvick, Rocky Boiman
ESPNU
 Pittsburgh at Florida State
Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, Lericia Harris
ACC Network
 Florida International at UTEPESPN3
7 p.m.No. 7 Texas A&M at South Carolina
TV: Mark Jones, Dusty Dvoracek, Quint Kessenich
Radio: Sean Kelley, Barrett Jones
ESPN/ESPN Radio
 UCLA at Colorado
Beth Mowins, Kirk Morrison, John Schriffen
ESPN2
7:30 p.m.Stanford at No. 12 Oregon
Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Maria Taylor
ABC
 Tennessee at Arkansas
Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic
SEC Network
8 p.m.South Alabama at No. 15 Coastal Carolina
Courtney Lyle, Rene Ingoglia
ESPNU
 Louisville at Virginia
Dave O’Brien, Tim Hasselbeck, Katie George
ACC Network
10:30 p.m.Washington at California
Dave Flemming, Rod Gilmore, Allison Williams
ESPN

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Big 10 Matchup To Headline This Week’s ESPN Networks’ CFB Broadcast Schedule

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No. 3 Ohio State and No. 18 Penn State will headline the ESPN networks’ college football broadcast schedule this week.

The Big 10 foes are scheduled to go under the lights on ABC’s Saturday Night Football presented by Capital One Saturday night. Coverage is scheduled to start at 7 :30 p.m. E.T. Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, and Maria Taylor will have the call for the game.

OHIO STATE WEEK 1

Ohio State (1-0, 1-0) opened its season last weekend with a 52-17 win over Nebraska while Penn State (0-1, 0-1) was upset by Indiana in that matchup, 36-35.

Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields was 20-21 in last weekend’s opener for Ohio State, throwing for 276 yards and two touchdowns. At the same time, Nebraska QB Adrian Martinez shined, too, going 12-15 for 105 yards.

Ohio State racked up a total of 498 yards to Nebraska’s total of 377 yards. Penalties also impacted Nebraska. The Cornhuskers incurred eight penalties for a total of 90 lost yards while Ohio State totaled three penalties for 14 yards lost.

Ohio State also outperformed Nebraska on third and fourth down conversions. The Buckeyes went 8-13 on third down conversions and 2-2 on fourth down conversions.

On the other side of the ball, Nebraska was 4-10 on third down conversions, and had no fourth down conversions.

First downs went in favor of the Buckeyes, too, with Ohio State totaling 28 first downs to Nebraska’s 17. Approximately 13 of Ohio State’s first downs were from rushing, 12 from passing, and three from penalties against Nebraska.

Rushing yardage earned Nebraska 11 first downs while passing helped the Cornhuskers gain another six first downs. Penalties accounted for none of Nebraska’s first downs.

In regards to scoring, the Buckeyes held the Cornhuskers to one touchdown each in the first and second quarters, and only a field goal in the third. Ohio State’s defense kept Nebraska’s offense from reaching the end zone in the fourth quarter. Meanwhile, Ohio State’s offense relied on a field goal only once throughout the game, and scored touchdowns twice in three of four quarters.

Nebraska is scheduled to face #9 Wisconsin at 3:30 p.m. ET Saturday on Fox Sports 1.

PENN STATE WEEK 1

Despite totaling more overall yardage, passing yards, and rushing yards than Indiana, Penn State dropped its opener to the Hoosiers 36-35.

Penalties ultimately are what doomed ultimately doomed Penn State. The Nittany Lions racked up 10 penalties for a total of 100 yards lost. By comparison, Indiana incurred four penalties for a total of 36 yards.

Also hurting Penn State in the game was turnovers. Penn State had three turnovers, two of which came from interceptions. Indiana’s two total turnovers came from one interception and a fumble.

The Nittany Lions totaled 238 passing yards and 250 rushing yards for a total of 488 yards in their season opener. By comparison, the Hoosiers had 170 passing yards and 41 rushing yards for a total of 211 total yards in the game.

Penn State even outdid Indiana on first downs, third down conversions and fourth down conversions in last weekend’s game. Penn State totaled 27 first downs to Indiana’s 16, with the majority (13) coming through rushing yards and another 12 from passing yards. Two of the team’s first downs came as a result of penalties against the Hoosiers.

Indiana totaled 16 first downs in the game, the majority (9) of which came from rushing yards. Rushing yards garnered the team another five first downs and penalties against Penn State giving them two more.

Penn State was 9-17 on third down conversions while Indiana was 4-12 In regards to fourth down conversions, Penn State was 1-2 while Indiana was 0-1.

WEEKEND SCHEDULE

While Penn State and Ohio State are scheduled as the headliners for this week’s college football broadcast schedule on the ESPN networks, it is just one of the weekend’s featured games. This week’s schedule opens at 7:30 p.m. ET Thursday on ESPN as Georgia Southern hosts South Alabama.

Friday will feature a double header on ESPN and ESPN2. First up at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN, Maryland will host Minnesota. Tulsa and East Carolina University will follow at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2.

Saturday’s schedule opens at high noon with seven games spread across the ESPN networks. No. 1 Clemson will host Boston College on ABC. Memphis will be on the road against the now #7-ranked Bearcats on ESPN in a re-match of last year’s AAC title game opponents. West Virginia will host No. 16 Kansas State on ESPN2 while No. 20 Coastal Carolina is scheduled to visit Georgia State on ESPNU.

Kentucky will host No. 5 Georgia at noon on the SEC Network. The ACC Network will feature a face-off between Wake Forest and Syracuse. Over on ESPN+, Tulane will host Temple.

Houston and UCF will follow at 2 p.m. on EPSN+ while ESPN3 will feature either Rice at Southern Miss or Troy at Arkansas State, depending on the schedule and coverage area.

Later at 7:30 p.m. ET, No. 10 Florida will host Missouri on the SEC Alternate network.

This week’s full college football broadcast schedule is noted below.

DateTime (ET)Game/TalentNetwork
Thu, Oct 297:30 p.m.South Alabama at Georgia Southern
Matt Barrie, Mike Golic Jr., Lericia Harris
ESPN
Fri, Oct 307:30 p.m.Minnesota at Maryland
Jason Benetti, Andre Ware, Quint Kessenich
ESPN
9 p.m.East Carolina at Tulsa
Clay Matvick, Rocky Boiman
ESPN2
Sat, Oct 31NoonBoston College at No. 1 Clemson
Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy, Holly Rowe
ABC
 Memphis at No. 7 Cincinnati
Mark Jones, Dusty Dvoracek, Paul Carcaterra
ESPN
 No. 16 Kansas State at West Virginia
Roy Philpott, Kelly Stouffer, Jerry Punch
ESPN2
 No. 20 Coastal Carolina at Georgia State
Mike Corey, Jay Walker
ESPNU
 No. 5 Georgia at Kentucky
Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic
SEC Network
 Wake Forest at Syracuse
Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich, Kelsey Riggs
ACC Network
 Temple at Tulane
Lincoln Rose, Keith Moreland
ESPN+
2 p.m.UCF at Houston
David Saltzman, Stan Routt
ESPN+
3 p.m.Rice at Southern MississippiESPN3
 Troy at Arkansas StateESPN3
3:30 p.m.No. 4 Notre Dame at Georgia Tech
Dave Pasch, Mike Golic Sr., Marty Smith
ABC
 Northwestern at Iowa
Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky, Allison Williams
ESPN
 TCU at Baylor
Dave Flemming, Rod Gilmore, Kris Budden
ESPN2
4 p.m.Appalachian State at Louisiana-Monroe
Bill Roth, Dustin Fox
ESPNU
 Ole Miss at Vanderbilt
Dave Neal, DJ Shockley, Dawn Davenport
SEC Network
 Virginia Tech at Louisville
TV: Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, Eric Wood
Radio: Sean Kelley, Barrett Jones
ACC Network/ESPN Radio
7 p.m.Mississippi State at No. 2 Alabama
Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Todd McShay, Molly McGrath
ESPN
 Charlotte at DukeESPN3
7:30 p.m.No. 3 Ohio State at No. 18 Penn State
Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Maria Taylor
ABC
 Navy at No. 22 SMU
Anish Shroff, Tom Luginbill, Ian Fitzsimmons
ESPN2
 Arkansas at No. 8 Texas A&M
Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb, Lauren Sisler
SEC Network
 Missouri at No. 10 Florida
Mike Morgan, Hutson Mason, Taylor Davis
SEC Network Alternate
8 p.m.Louisiana at Texas State
Mike Couzens, Rene Ingoglia
ESPNU
 No. 15 North Carolina at Virginia
Dave O’Brien, Tim Hasselbeck, Katie George
ACC Network
10:15 p.m.Western Kentucky at No. 11 BYU
Beth Mowins, Kirk Morrison, Stormy Buonantony
ESPN

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Hurricane Delta Causes Schedule Changes In ESPN Networks’ Weekly CFB Broadcast Schedule

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Mother nature is causing a change in the ESPN networks’ college football coverage this weekend.

Hurricane Delta’s expected impact along the Gulf Coast has caused the networks to make some programming shifts, including moving one of its two headline games — No. 2 Alabama and Ole Miss — to a later time. Instead of 6 p.m., coverage is now scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. ET. The game will still air on ESPN.

Saturday’s other headliner, No. 7 Miami and No. 1 Clemson remains scheduled to air at 7:30 p.m. on ABC. The game is the network’s weekly Saturday Night Football presented by Capital One game.

Other games that are moving due to Hurricane Delta are: Missouri and No. 17 LSU; Louisiana-Monroe at Liberty; Coastal Carolina at No. 23 Louisiana; Arkansas at No. 13 Auburn, and No. 4 Florida at No. 21 Texas A&M.

No. 2 Alabama at Ole Miss

Originally scheduled to air at 6 p.m. on ESPN, the game will now play at 7:30 p.m. ET. It will still air on ESPN and remain part of the ESPN networks’ weekly double header alongside No. 7 Miami at No. 1 Clemson, which will itself air on ABC at 7 p.m.

LSU vs. No. 17 LSU

Missouri at LSU was originally scheduled to air at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN, but has now moved up to noon ET. It will run on the SEC Network Alternate and the ESPN App instead of ESPN.

The game site will also move. It will move from Baton Rouge, LA to Columbia, MO. Even with the move, LSU is still considered the home team for the game. This game will re-air at 4 p.m. ET on the SEC Network.

LOUISIANA-MONROE AT LIBERTY

Louisiana-Monroe at Liberty was originally scheduled to take place at noon Saturday on ESPNU. Now due to Hurricane Delta, it has shifted to ESPN2 instead of ESPNU and will remain in its noon ET time slot.

COASTAL CAROLINA AT NO. 23 LOUISIANA

The Chanticleers and Ragin’ Cajuns were originally scheduled to square off at noon on ESPN2. That game is now shifted to 7:30 p.m. ET on Oct. 14. It will air on ESPN.

ARKANSAS AT No. 13 AUBURN

The Razorbacks and Tigers were originally scheduled to run at 4 p.m. ET on the SEC Network. The game’s time slot will stay the same, but the game will get an even wider audience as it moves to ESPN.

No. 4 FLORIDA AT No. 21 TEXAS A&M

The network for the Gators/Aggies game was originally a toss-up between ESPN and ESPNU. Now with the mother nature causing so many shifts, the game is now confirmed for noon on ESPN.

Saturday’s full new broadcast schedule is noted below.

DateTime (ET)Game/TalentNetwork
Thu, Oct 87:30 p.m.Tulane at Houston
Bob Wischusen, Mike Golic, Jr., Kris Budden
ESPN
Fri, Oct 97 p.m.Louisville at Georgia Tech
Jason Benetti, Andre Ware, Eric Wood
ESPN
Sat, Oct 10NoonNo. 19 Virginia Tech at No. 8 North Carolina
Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky, Jerry Punch
ABC
No. 4 Florida at No. 21 Texas A&M
Dave Pasch, Greg McElroy, Holly Rowe
ESPN/ESPNU
Louisiana-Monroe at Liberty
Mike Couzens, Jay Walker, Taylor Davis
ESPN2
South Carolina at Vanderbilt
Dave Neal, DJ Shockley, Dawn Davenport
SEC Network
Missouri vs. No. 17 LSU (Columbia, Mo.)
Dave Flemming, Rod Gilmore, Quint Kessenich
SEC Network Alternate
NC State at Virginia
Wes Durham, Tim Hasselbeck, Katie George
ACC Network
12:30 p.m.Duke at SyracuseESPN3
3:30 p.m.Texas Tech at No. 24 Iowa State
Mark Jones, Roddy Jones, Paul Carcaterra
ABC
UTSA at No. 15 BYU
Anish Shroff, Tom Luginbill, Taylor McGregor
ESPN2
Central Arkansas at Arkansas StateESPN3
Texas State at TroyESPN3
4 p.m.Arkansas at No. 13 Auburn
Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb, Lauren Sisler
ESPN
Middle Tennessee at Florida International
Clay Matvick, Rocky Boiman
ESPNU
Pittsburgh at Boston College
Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich, Kelsey Riggs
ACC Network
Missouri vs. No. 17 LSU (Columbia, Mo.)
Dave Flemming, Rod Gilmore, Quint Kessenich
SEC Network
(re-air)
7 p.m.East Carolina at South Florida
Lincoln Rose, Stan Routt
ESPN+
7:30 p.m.No. 7 Miami at No. 1 Clemson
Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Allison Williams
ABC
No. 2 Alabama at Ole Miss
TV: Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Todd McShay, Molly McGrath
Radio: Sean Kelley, Barrett Jones
ESPN
UTEP at Louisiana Tech
Dave O’Brien, Mike Golic, Sr., Ian Fitzsimmons
ESPN2
Mississippi State at Kentucky
Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic
SEC Network
8 p.m.Charlotte at North Texas
Roy Philpott, Kelly Stouffer
ESPNU
Wed, Oct 147:30 p.m.Coastal Carolina at No. 23 LouisianaESPN

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Oklahoma, Iowa State To Headline ESPN Networks’ College Football Broadcast Schedule This Weekend

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The Big 12 will take center stage Saturday night on ABC.

The Iowa State Cyclones will host the No. 18. Oklahoma Sooners on this week’s edition of Saturday Night Football presented by Capital One.  Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Todd McShay, and Molly McGrath will have the call for the Samsung QLED 4K game of the week.

Each team comes into Saturday night’s Big 12 showdown with a 1-1 record overall.  By Comparison, Iowa State comes into the conference matchup with a 1-0 record while the Sooners are 0-1 in conference play.  That means Oklahoma will look to avoid dropping to 0-2 in conference play while the Cyclones will look to get above .500.

 

OKLAHOMA WEEK TWO

The visiting Sooners will come in to Saturday’s showdown on the heels of a 38-35 loss to Kansas State last Saturday.  The teams were relatively evenly matched over the course of the game.  Oklahoma outperformed Kansas St. in net rushing and passing yards, totaling 517 yards against Kansas State’s total of 400.

While the Sooners had more total yardage, Kansas St. averaged more yards per play than Oklahoma at 7.8 yards per play to Oklahoma’s 6.8 per play.  Kansas was better on fourth down efficiency at 2-2 while Oklahoma was better with third down conversions at 7-12 versus Kansas State’s total of 2-11.

Penalties were a problem for Kansas State.  The team racked up 13 penalties for a total of 108 yards while Oklahoma totaled 75 yards from 10 penalties.

Oklahoma additionally recorded three interceptions, versus none for Kansas St., certainly helping Kansas State in its win.

 

IOWA STATE WEEK TWO

Iowa State comes into Saturday’s game on the heels of a 37-34 victory over another of its Big 12 opponents, the TCU Horned Frogs in the second game of its season.  The Cyclones dominated on the ground with 212 rushing yards to TCU’s 99 while the Horned Frogs controlled the passing game, throwing for a net passing total of 400 versus 211 for Iowa State.

On a related note, Iowa State averaged a net gain of 8.3 yards per play throughout the game while TCU netted an average gain of 5.9 yards per play.  All things noted, TCU totaled more yardage throughout the game, with 499 yards while Iowa State had a total of 423, not much less than TCU.

TCU was 8-16 in third down conversion efficiency and 0-1 in fourth down conversion.  On the other side of the ball, Iowa Sate was 3-11 on third down conversion efficiency and 0-0 on fourth down conversions.

 

SATURDAY SCHEDULE

While the Big 12 will headline the ESPN networks’ Saturday’s day-long college football broadcast schedule, it is just one of the many games tapped for the networks’ weekend-long schedule.  Wake Forest will host Campbell in the weekend’s opener at 7 p.m. ET Friday on the ACC Network.  Louisiana Tech and No. 22 BYU follow at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2.

Saturday’s schedule launches at noon ET on ABC as No. 22 BYU hosts Louisiana Tech.  That broadcast will start following ESPN’s weekly college football program College GameDay Built by The Home Depot, which will air from 9 a.m. to noon ET on ESPN.  The traveling program’s broadcast site is under consideration.

South Florida and Cincinnati are scheduled to play at 3:30 p.m. ET on ESPN+ in a AAC conference matchup while Virginia Tech and Duke will hit the field at 4 p.m .ET on the ACC Network.

No. 1 Clemson hosts Virginia in the day’s final game.  Coverage of that game is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET on the ACC Network.

The ESPN networks’ full college football broadcast schedule for this weekend is noted below.

 

Date Time (ET) Matchup/Commentators Network
Fri, Oct 2 7 p.m. Campbell at Wake Forest
Mike Morgan, Eric Mac Lain, Lauren Sisler
ACC Network
9 p.m. Louisiana Tech at No. 22 BYU
Dave Flemming, Andre Ware, Stormy Buonantony
ESPN2
Sat, Oct 3 Noon Baylor at West Virginia
Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky, Rocky Boiman
ABC
  South Carolina at No. 3 Florida
TV: Mark Jones, Dusty Dvoracek, Marty Smith
Radio: Sean Kelley, Barrett Jones
ESPN
  Arkansas State at Coastal Carolina
Beth Mowins, Kirk Morrison, Taylor Davis
ESPN2
  East Carolina at Georgia State
Mike Couzens, Dustin Fox
ESPNU
  Missouri at No. 21 Tennessee
Dave Neal, DJ Shockley, Dawn Davenport
SEC Network
  NC State at No. 24 Pittsburgh
Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, Eric Wood
ACC Network
  1 p.m. North Alabama at Liberty ESPN3
  3 p.m. Houston Baptist at Eastern Kentucky ESPN3
  3:30 p.m. No. 12 North Carolina at Boston College
Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy, Paul Carcaterra
ABC
  No. 17 Oklahoma State at Kansas
Dave Pasch, Mike Golic, Sr., Quint Kessenich
ESPN
  No. 25 Memphis at SMU
Anish Shroff, Tom Luginbill, Kris Budden
ESPN2
  South Florida at No. 15 Cincinnati
David Saltzman, Keith Moreland
ESPN+
  Central Arkansas at North Dakota State ESPN+
  4 p.m. Charlotte at Florida Atlantic
Mike Corey, Jay Walker
ESPNU
  Ole Miss at Kentucky
Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb, Taylor McGregor
SEC Network
  Virginia Tech at Duke
Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich, Tiffany Blackmon
ACC Network
  Jacksonville State at Florida State ESPN3
  5 p.m. Western Kentucky at Middle Tennessee ESPN3
  7 p.m. Georgia Southern at Louisiana-Monroe ESPN+
  7:30 p.m. No. 18 Oklahoma at Iowa State
Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Todd McShay, Molly McGrath
ABC
No. 7 Auburn at No. 4 Georgia
Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Allison Williams
ESPN
Tulsa at No. 11 UCF
Jason Benetti, Rod Gilmore, Lericia Harris
ESPN2
No. 20 LSU at Vanderbilt
Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic
SEC Network
Arkansas at No. 16 Mississippi State
Roy Philpott, Kelly Stouffer, Tera Talmadge
SEC Network Alternate
8 p.m. Virginia at No. 1 Clemson
Dave O’Brien, Tim Hasselbeck, Katie George
ACC Network

 

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ESPN To Air 2019 Women’s College Basketball Tournament Selection Show Monday

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Women’s college basketball fans will find out next week, if their favorite teams will be part of the NCAA Women’s College Basketball tournament.

ESPN will air the NCAA Women’s Basketball Selection Special presented by Capital One at 7 p.m. on Monday.  The two-hour special starts on ESPN, and will move to ESPNU as each team and its seeding is announced.

Monday’s broadcast is part of the Tournament Challenge Marathon, which will feature 25 consecutive hours of college basketball coverage and analysis as fans prep their brackets.

Prior to Monday night’s special, fans will get an early look at he selection committee’s discussions on the 5 p.m. edition of SportsCenter on Sunday.  Following Monday night’s broadcast, the SEC Network will have its own special broadcast in the form of SEC NowWomen’s Basketball Selection Special at 9 p.m.

espnW will also air its own share of programming prior to and after Selection Sunday.  Programming highlights are noted below.

  • Charlie Creme will assess the bracket, its biggest surprises and snubs.
  • Mechelle Voepel will examine the wide-open feel of the NCAA tournament and each top seed’s path to the Final Four.
  • Around the Rim: LaChina Robinson and Charlie Creme will interview selection chair Rhonda Lundin Bennett on Monday
  • espnW also will feature expert picks breaking down every region of the bracket and predictions for the Final Four, and look at the winners and losers in the NCAA tournament bracket.
  • Women’s Tournament Challenge: espnW and the WNBA have created a group for fans. Users can join, create their bracket and then compare it to brackets of players such as Breanna Stewart, A’ja Wilson and more.

Coverage of the Women’s NCAA College Basketball Championship starts March 22 on ESPN, ESPN2 and the ESPN app.  Coverage of the Women’s NCAA College Basketball Final Four runs from April 5-7.  The complete schedule for the tournament will be announced soon.

More information on ESPN’s coverage of the 2019 Women’s NCAA College Basketball Tournament is available online now along with all of the latest women’s college basketball headlines at:

 

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