College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for 11-18-17

Friday, November 17, 2017

College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for 11-18-17


After Auburn blew out the No.1 ranked Georgia Bulldogs last Saturday the College Football Playoff Committee moved the Tigers to No.6 in the CFP standings. The Top 10 ranking makes Auburn one of several teams trying to move up into the final four or at the least become eligible for a top-tier bowl. 

However, Coach Malzahn has said the Tigers are not looking ahead, focusing instead this week on Louisiana Monroe. Malzahn said the goal is not to lose the momentum in this game before heading into the Iron Bowl. As Acid Reign mentioned in his game preview, Auburn needs to take care of business and get out of the game without injuries and with a win that doesn’t hurt the team’s standing in the playoff race.” Kickoff will be at 11:00 a.m. CT and will be broadcast by ESPN2.

Although La Monroe has not had a good year, their passing attack has the War hawks ranked in the top 20 in total offense and scoring. And they have one of the best return men in All-Sun Belt Marcus Green. Kick coverage has been a sore spot for the Tigers and Green should provide a chance to work on improvement.

Those attending the game will enjoy perfect football weather. The forecast calls for a breezy day with temps hovering around the mid to high 60’s. For those who will watch the game on television, we have prepared our regular broadcast schedule of all games leading up to and after Auburn’s game with La Monroe.

Game times are Central Standard, and all SEC games as well as those involving Top 25 teams are underlined. Games on ESPN/ABC can be viewed by clicking here and games on ESPN3 can be viewed by clicking on this link.

Acid Reign will be back doing his regular play-by-play and will have his Open Thread up Saturday. So why not check back here during the game and join him in the discussion as the game unfolds. War Eagle and …

Beat the Warhawks!

11:00 a.m. CT
No. 6 Auburn host La Monroe – ESPN2    
Cincinnati at East Carolina – CBS Sports Network
Delaware State at Florida State – RSN
Virginia at No. 3 Miami, Fl. – ABC
Mercer at No. 1 Alabama – SEC Network
Rutgers at Indiana – Big 10 Network
SMU at No. 21 Memphis – ESPNews
No.12 TCU at Texas Tech – Fox Sports1
Texas at West Virginia – ESPN
No.15 UCF at Temple – ESPNU
No. 24 Michigan at No. 5 Wisconsin – FOX
Minnesota at No. 23 Northwestern – Big 10 Network
No.16 Mississippi State at Arkansas – CBS

See the rest of the schedule after the jump:

Pittsburgh at Virginia Tech – ACC Network (split)

The Citadel at No. 2 Clemson – ACC Network (split)


Fresno State at Wyoming – ATTSNRM

Rice at Old Dominion – ESPN3

Iowa State at Baylor – Fox Sports Network

Arizona State at Oregon State – Pac-12 Network
Charlotte at Southern Miss – CUSA.TV
Hawaii at Utah State – Spectrum PPV/MWN
Louisiana Tech at UTEP – CUSA.TV
South Alabama at Georgia Southern – ESPN3
Texas State at Arkansas State – ESPN3
UMass at BYU –  BYUtv/ESPN3
Western Carolina at North Carolina – ACC NetworkExtra

Georgia Tech at Duke – RSN
Illinois at No.9 Ohio State – ABC
Kansas State at No.13 Oklahoma State – ESPN2
Kentucky at No.7 Georgia – CBS
Navy at No.8 Notre Dame – NBC
No. 4 Oklahoma at Kansas – ESPN
Purdue at Iowa – Big 10 Network
San Jose State at Colorado State – CBS Sports Network
Syracuse at Louisville – ESPNU

Houston at Tulane – ESPNews
Maryland at No. 17 Michigan State – FOX
Nebraska at No. 10 Penn State – Fox Sports1
UAB at Florida – SEC Network
Wofford at South Carolina – SECN Alt

Coastal Carolina at Idaho – ESPN3/ISP
New Mexico State at UL Lafayette – ESPN3

Army at North Texas – beIN SPORTS

Arizona at Oregon – Pac-12 Network

Boston College vs. UConn at Fenway Park – CBS Sports Network
Florida International at Florida Atlantic – No broadcast
No. 20 LSU at Tennessee – ESPN
Marshall at UT San Antonio – KMYS
Texas A&M at Ole Miss – ESPN2

Missouri at Vanderbilt – SEC Network
No.19 NC State at Wake Forest – ESPNU

California at No. 22 Stanford – FOX
UCLA at No.11 USC – ABC

Air Force at No.25 Boise State – ESPN2

Nevada at San Diego State – CBS Sports Network
Utah at No.18 Washington – ESPN

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