College Football TV Listings 2014, Week 3

This is a list of every game played during week 1 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 2014, Week 3

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 ESPN3).

For now, the digital networks I am including in the listings are those for the Mountain West, Big Sky, Big SouthOVC, NEC, SoCon, and Patriot League.

– The local affiliates for the ACC Network “national” game of the week (Louisville-Virginia) can be found here: Link

– Regional nets carrying the ACC Network “regional” games of the week: Kansas-Duke and Georgia Southern-Georgia Tech. (They are also listed in notes in the document.)

– Local affiliates for American Sports Network games: Lehigh-New Hampshire, Alabama A&M-UAB, New Mexico-UTEP

– Listed in a note in the document are the regional nets carrying the UTSA-Oklahoma State game.

– ABC/ESPN2 coverage map for the noon ET games: Link

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

– AP Poll (FBS):  Link

– FCS Coaches’ Poll:  Link

A lot of the information I use in putting this together comes courtesy of Matt Sarzyniak’s remarkably comprehensive and completely indispensable site College Sports on TV, which simply cannot be praised enough. It’s a must-bookmark for any fan of college sports.

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

One Response

  1. Your analysis is very thorough and I enjoy reading it. Sadly, we graduated from a college that can’t compete in college athletics now. We need to accept this reality and appreciate the The Citadel as an amazing academic college. That is a good thing given the lack of integrity in college athletics today.

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