College Football TV Listings 2013, Week 13

This is a list of every game played during week 13 of the college football season involving at least one FBS or FCS school.  All games are listed, televised or not.  For the televised games (only live broadcasts are listed), I include the announcers and sideline reporters (where applicable).  I put all of it on a Google Documents spreadsheet that can be accessed at the following link:

College Football TV Listings 2013, Week 13

Additional notes:

– I include games; they are denoted as “ESPN3″.

– This season, I am also including digital network feeds provided by various conferences when they are free of charge. For some of these feeds, the audio will be a simulcast of the home team’s radio broadcast. There are also online platforms that have their own announcers (a la

For now, the digital networks I am including in the listings are those for the Mountain WestBig SkyOVCNECBig South, and Patriot League.

– The local affiliates for the SEC Network “national” game of the week (Mississippi State-Arkansas) can be found here: Link

– There are two “split” national games for the ACC this week.

Local affiliates for Pittsburgh-Syracuse can be found here:  Link

Local affiliates for East Carolina-North Carolina State can be found here: Link

– The local affiliates for the AAC Network game of the week (Memphis-Louisville) can be found here: Link

– The local affiliates for the Southland Network game of the week (Sam Houston State-Central Arkansas) can be found here: Link

– I’ve listed the regional nets carrying the ACC Network “regional” games (Boston College-Maryland and Old Dominion-North Carolina) in a note on the document.

– Also listed in notes on the document are the regional nets carrying Maine-New Hampshire.

– There are notes on the document for several other contests.

– ABC coverage maps for the 3:30 pm ET games: Link

– BTN (formerly Big Ten Network) “gamefinder”:  Link

– BCS Standings (FBS): Link

– FCS Coaches’ Poll:  Link

A lot of the information I used in putting this together came courtesy of Matt Sarzyniak’s incredibly comprehensive and completely indispensable site College Sports on TV, which simply cannot be overpraised. It’s a must-bookmark for any fan of college sports, to say the least.

Also to be credited, as always, are the indefatigable information collectors (and in some cases sports-TV savants) at I am also assisted on occasion by helpful athletic media relations officials at various schools and conferences.