College Football TV Listings 2018, Week 4

This is a list of every game played during week 4 of the 2018 college football season involving at least one FBS or FCS school. All games are listed, televised or not.

For the streamed/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 2018, Week 4

 

Additional notes:

– I include games streamed by ESPN3.com, Fox Sports Go, and BTN2Go; they are denoted as “ESPN3”, “FS-Go”, and “BTN2Go”, respectively. This season, I will also list streamed games for NBC Live Extra, CBS Sports Digital, and WatchESPN.

– I also list digital network feeds provided by various conferences. For some of these feeds, the audio will be a simulcast of the home team’s radio broadcast. Other online platforms have their own announcers.

For now, the digital networks I am including in the listings are those for the ACCCAABig Sky (Pluto TV), Big SouthOVCSoConWCCNEC (Front Row), CUSAMountain West, and Patriot League (the last four of those being on the Stadium platform).

Occasionally individual schools (almost always at the FCS level) provide video feeds. When that is the case, I list those as well.

– This year, thanks mostly to the proliferation of ESPN+ games, I am including pay-per-view telecasts and streams. These matchups are sometimes listed as “PPV” telecasts or (in the case of feeds from individual schools) “All-Access” streams, though an occasional stream with that description is actually free.

– The local affiliates for the ACC Network “national” game of the week can be found on a link in the document, and here:  Pittsburgh-North Carolina

– The regional sports networks carrying the ACC Network “regional” game of the week can be found on a link in the document, and here:  Louisville-Virginia

– The regional sports networks carrying FSN games can be found in a note in the document, and here:  Akron-Iowa State

– Links to games carried on the Stadium platform can be found in notes in the document, and here:  Lafayette-Colgate, Central Connecticut State-Fordham, Dartmouth-Holy Cross, Illinois State-Colorado State, Columbia-Georgetown

– Links to games streamed on Facebook can be found in notes in the document, and here:  Central Connecticut State-Fordham, Columbia-Georgetown, Davidson-Dayton

– ESPN College Extra games:  Pittsburgh-North Carolina (blackout map), Louisville-Virginia (blackout map), Robert Morris-Bryant, Hampton-Northern Iowa, McNeese State-BYU, North Texas-Liberty, Alabama State-Grambling State, Southeastern Louisiana-Lamar, Furman-East Tennessee State, South Alabama-Memphis

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

– AP Poll (FBS):  Link

– AFCA Coaches’ Poll (FCS):  Link

A lot of the information I used in putting this together came courtesy of Matt Sarzyniak’s staggeringly comprehensive and simply indispensable site College Sports on TV, a must-bookmark for any fan of college football and/or basketball. It is also well worth following the weekly schedule put together by lsufootball.net, particularly for devotees of the central time zone.

As always, I must mention the relentless information gatherers (and in some cases sports-TV savants) at the506.com. I am also assisted on occasion by helpful athletic media relations officials at various schools and conferences.

College Football TV Listings 2018, Week 3

This is a list of every game played during week 3 of the 2018 college football season involving at least one FBS or FCS school. All games are listed, televised or not.

For the streamed/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 2018, Week 3

A significant number of games this week have been rescheduled and/or postponed, all due to Hurricane Florence. I have indicated games that have been completely postponed (or canceled, in some cases) on the spreadsheet.

It is likely that more moves will be made during the week, including some changes involving broadcast outlets (i.e. games moving from ESPN3 to ESPNU, etc.). I will adjust the spreadsheet to reflect any and all alterations as quickly as possible.

Additional notes:

– I include games streamed by ESPN3.com, Fox Sports Go, and BTN2Go; they are denoted as “ESPN3”, “FS-Go”, and “BTN2Go”, respectively. This season, I will also list streamed games for NBC Live Extra, CBS Sports Digital, and WatchESPN.

– I also list digital network feeds provided by various conferences. For some of these feeds, the audio will be a simulcast of the home team’s radio broadcast. Other online platforms have their own announcers.

For now, the digital networks I am including in the listings are those for the ACCCAABig Sky (Pluto TV), Big SouthOVCSoConWCCNEC (Front Row), CUSAMountain West, and Patriot League (the last four of those being on the Stadium platform).

Occasionally individual schools (almost always at the FCS level) provide video feeds. When that is the case, I list those as well.

– This year, thanks mostly to the proliferation of ESPN+ games, I am including pay-per-view telecasts and streams. These matchups are sometimes listed as “PPV” telecasts or (in the case of feeds from individual schools) “All-Access” streams, though an occasional stream with that description is actually free.

– The local affiliates for the ACC Network “national” game of the week can normally be found on a link in the document, but this week’s game (East Carolina-Virginia Tech) has been postponed.

– The regional sports networks carrying the ACC Network “regional” game of the week can be found on a link in the document, and here:  Georgia Tech-Pittsburgh

– The regional sports networks carrying FSN games can be found in a note in the document, and here:  Rutgers-Kansas, UTSA-Kansas State

– Links to games carried on the Stadium platform can be found in notes in the document, and here:  Yale-Holy Cross, Wofford-Wyoming,                                       Stony Brook-FordhamBethune-Cookman University-FAUMonmouth-Lafayette, Prairie View A&M-UNLV

– Links to games streamed on Facebook can be found in notes in the document, and here: Tennessee Tech-Utah State (Thursday night), Tulane-UAB, Wofford-Wyoming, Bethune-Cookman University-FAU, Stony Brook-Fordham

Blackout map for Nicholls-McNeese State

– ESPN College Extra games:  Rhode Island-Connecticut (blackout map), Georgia Tech-Pittsburgh (blackout map), Northern Arizona-Missouri State, North Dakota-Sam Houston State (blackout map), Abilene Christian-Houston Baptist

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

– AP Poll (FBS):  Link

– AFCA Coaches’ Poll (FCS):  Link

A lot of the information I used in putting this together came courtesy of Matt Sarzyniak’s staggeringly comprehensive and simply indispensable site College Sports on TV, a must-bookmark for any fan of college football and/or basketball. It is also well worth following the weekly schedule put together by lsufootball.net, particularly for devotees of the central time zone.

As always, I must mention the relentless information gatherers (and in some cases sports-TV savants) at the506.com. I am also assisted on occasion by helpful athletic media relations officials at various schools and conferences.

College Football TV Listings 2018, Week 2

This is a list of every game played during week 2 of the 2018 college football season involving at least one FBS or FCS school. All games are listed, televised or not. (This week, every game is televised and/or streamed.)

For the streamed/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 2018, Week 2

Additional notes:

– I include games streamed by ESPN3.com, Fox Sports Go, and BTN2Go; they are denoted as “ESPN3”, “FS-Go”, and “BTN2Go”, respectively. This season, I will also list streamed games for NBC Live Extra, CBS Sports Digital, and WatchESPN.

– I also list digital network feeds provided by various conferences. For some of these feeds, the audio will be a simulcast of the home team’s radio broadcast. Other online platforms have their own announcers.

For now, the digital networks I am including in the listings are those for the ACCCAABig Sky (Pluto TV), Big SouthOVCSoConWCCNEC (Front Row), CUSAMountain West, and Patriot League (the last four of those being on the Stadium platform).

Occasionally individual schools (almost always at the FCS level) provide video feeds. When that is the case, I list those as well.

– This year, thanks mostly to the proliferation of ESPN+ games, I am including pay-per-view telecasts and streams. These matchups are sometimes listed as “PPV” telecasts or (in the case of feeds from individual schools) “All-Access” streams, though an occasional stream with that description is actually free.

– The local affiliates for the ACC Network “national” game of the week can be found on a link in the document, and here:  Samford-Florida State

– The regional sports networks carrying the ACC Network “regional” game of the week can be found on a link in the document, and here:  Georgia State-North Carolina State

– The regional sports networks carrying FSN games can be found in a note in the document, and here:  South Alabama-Oklahoma State, Lamar-Texas Tech

– Links to games being carried on the Stadium platform can be found in notes in the document, and here:  Campbell-Georgetown, Villanova-Lehigh, Lafayette-Delaware, Sacred Heart-Bucknell, UTEP-UNLV

– ESPN College Extra games: Georgia State-North Carolina State (blackout map), Buffalo-Temple, Jacksonville-Mercer, ULM-Southern Mississippi, Texas Southern-Texas State, Samford-Florida State (blackout map), Cincinnati-Miami (OH), Nicholls State-Tulane

ABC coverage map for noon ET (Arizona-Houston and Georgia Tech-South Florida)

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

– AP Poll (FBS):  Link

– AFCA Coaches’ Poll (FCS):  Link

A lot of the information I used in putting this together came courtesy of Matt Sarzyniak’s staggeringly comprehensive and simply indispensable site College Sports on TV, a must-bookmark for any fan of college football and/or basketball. It is also well worth following the weekly schedule put together by lsufootball.net, particularly for devotees of the central time zone.

As always, I must mention the relentless information gatherers (and in some cases sports-TV savants) at the506.com. I am also assisted on occasion by helpful athletic media relations officials at various schools and conferences.

College Football TV Listings 2018, Week 1

This is a list of every game played during week 1 of the 2018 college football season involving at least one FBS or FCS school. All games are listed, televised or not. (This week, every game is televised and/or streamed.)

For the streamed/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 2018, Week 1

Additional notes:

– I include games streamed by ESPN3.com, Fox Sports Go, and BTN2Go; they are denoted as “ESPN3”, “FS-Go”, and “BTN2Go”, respectively. This season, I will also list streamed games for NBC Live Extra, CBS Sports Digital, and WatchESPN.

– I also list digital network feeds provided by various conferences. For some of these feeds, the audio will be a simulcast of the home team’s radio broadcast. Other online platforms have their own announcers.

For now, the digital networks I am including in the listings are those for the ACCCAABig Sky (Pluto TV), Big SouthOVCSoConWCCNEC (Front Row), CUSAMountain West, and Patriot League (the last four of those being on the Stadium platform).

Occasionally individual schools (almost always at the FCS level) provide video feeds. When that is the case, I list those as well.

– This year, thanks mostly to the proliferation of ESPN+ games, I am including pay-per-view telecasts and streams. These matchups are sometimes listed as “PPV” telecasts or (in the case of feeds from individual schools) “All-Access” streams.

– The local affiliates for the ACC Network “national” game of the week can be found on a link in the document, and here:  Furman-Clemson

– The regional sports networks carrying the ACC Network “regional” games of the week can be found on a link in the document, and here:  Alcorn State-Georgia Tech

– The regional sports networks carrying FSN games can be found in a note in the document, and here:  Southern-TCU, Abilene Christian-Baylor

– Links to games being carried on the Stadium platform can be found in notes in the document, and here:  Portland State-Nevada (Friday night), Holy Cross-Colgate, St. Francis (PA)-Lehigh, William & Mary-Bucknell, SMU-North Texas, Western New Mexico-San Diego

– ESPN College Extra games: Furman-Clemson (blackout map), Alcorn State-Georgia Tech (blackout map), Massachusetts-Boston College, Albany-Pittsburgh, Delaware State-Buffalo, North Carolina A&T-East Carolina, Kentucky Christian-Lamar, Grambling State-ULL, VMI-Toledo, Northern Arizona-UTEP, Incarnate Word-New Mexico

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

– AP Poll (FBS):  Link

– AFCA Coaches’ Poll (FCS):  Link

A lot of the information I used in putting this together came courtesy of Matt Sarzyniak’s staggeringly comprehensive and simply indispensable site College Sports on TV, a must-bookmark for any fan of college football and/or basketball. It is also well worth following the weekly schedule put together by lsufootball.net, particularly for devotees of the central time zone.

As always, I must mention the relentless information gatherers (and in some cases sports-TV savants) at the506.com. I am also assisted on occasion by helpful athletic media relations officials at various schools and conferences.

College Football TV Listings 2018, Week 0

This is a list of every game played during week 0 of the 2018 college football season involving at least one FBS or FCS school. All games are listed, televised or not. (This week, every game is televised and/or streamed.)

For the streamed/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 2018, Week 0

Obviously, there are not many games this week (hence the “Week 0” usage). There will be a full slate of games next week.

Additional notes:

– I include games streamed by ESPN3.com and Fox Sports Go; they are denoted as “ESPN3″ and “FS-Go”, respectively. This season, I will also list streamed games for NBC Live Extra, CBS Sports Digital, and WatchESPN.

– I also list digital network feeds provided by various conferences. For some of these feeds, the audio will be a simulcast of the home team’s radio broadcast. Other online platforms have their own announcers.

For now, the digital networks I am including in the listings are those for the ACCCAABig Sky (Pluto TV), Big SouthOVCNEC (Front Row), SoCon, WCC, CUSA, Mountain West, and Patriot League (the last four of those being on the Stadium platform).

Occasionally individual schools (almost always at the FCS level) provide video feeds. When that is the case, I list those as well.

– This year, thanks mostly to the proliferation of ESPN+ games, I am including pay-per-view telecasts and streams. These matchups are often listed as “PPV” telecasts or (in the case of feeds from individual schools) “All-Access” streams. Of course, ESPN+ is also a premium service.

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

– AP Poll (FBS):  Link

– AFCA Coaches’ Poll (FCS):  Link

A lot of the information I used in putting this together came courtesy of Matt Sarzyniak’s staggeringly comprehensive and simply indispensable site College Sports on TV, a must-bookmark for any fan of college football and/or basketball. It is also well worth following the weekly schedule put together by lsufootball.net, particularly for devotees of the central time zone.

As always, I must mention the relentless information gatherers (and in some cases sports-TV savants) at the506.com. I am also assisted on occasion by helpful athletic media relations officials at various schools and conferences.

College Football TV Listings 2011, Week 7

This is a list of every game played during week 7 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 analysts/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 2011, Week 7

Additional notes:

— I include ESPN3.com games; they are denoted as “ESPN3”.

— I’ve listed the satellite affiliates for the SEC Network “national” game of the week (South Carolina-Mississippi State) in a comment on the document.  There are numerous local affiliates, a listing of which can be found here:  Link

— The local affiliates for the ACC Network “national” game of the week (Miami-North Carolina) can be found here:  Link

— The local affiliates for the Big East Network game of the week (Louisville-Cincinnati) can be found here:  [link when available]

— The local affiliates for the Southland TV game of the week (McNeese State-Central Arkansas) can be found here:  Link

— The local affiliates for the SoCon Network game of the week (Furman-Georgia Southern) can be found here:  Link

— Affiliates for the Montana Television Network (televising Portland State-Montana, which is also being broadcast by CSN-Northwest) can be found here:  Link

— Also listed on the document in comments are the regional nets carrying the following games:  Florida State-Duke, Georgia-Vanderbilt, Central Florida-SMU, and Kansas State-Texas Tech.

— There are comments in the document with additional information for several other games.

— ABC/ESPN/GamePlan coverage maps for the 3:30 pm ET games (Oklahoma State-Texas, Ohio State-Illinois):  Link

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

— Associated Press Poll:  Link

— FCS Coaches Poll:  Link

A lot of the information I used in putting this together came courtesy of Matt Sarzyniak’s alarmingly comprehensive and completely indispensable website College Sports on TV, a must-bookmark for any fan of college sports.  Also to be credited, as always, are the indefatigable information gatherers (and in some cases sports-TV savants) at the 506.com.  I am also assisted on occasion by helpful athletic media relations officials at various schools and conferences.

College Football TV Listings 2011, Week 2

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 analysts/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 2011, Week 2

Additional notes:

— I include ESPN3.com games; they are denoted as “ESPN3”.

— I’ve listed the satellite affiliates for the SEC game of the week (Mississippi State -Auburn) in a comment on the document.  There are numerous local affiliates, a listing of which can be found here:  Link

— The local affiliates for the ACC Network “national” game of the week (Rutgers-North Carolina) can be found here:  Link

— I’ve listed the regional nets carrying the ACC Network “regional” game of the week (North Carolina State-Wake Forest) in a comment on the document.

— Also listed on the document in a comment are the regional nets carrying the following games:  Iowa-Iowa State, Virginia Tech-East Carolina, UAB-Florida, and UTEP-SMU.

— There are comments in the document with additional information for several other games.

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

— USA Today Coaches Poll:  Link

— The Sports Network FCS Poll:  Link

A lot of the information I used in putting this together came courtesy of Matt Sarzyniak’s alarmingly comprehensive and completely indispensable website College Sports on TV, a must-bookmark for any fan of college sports.  Also to be credited, as always, are the indefatigable information gatherers (and in some cases sports-TV savants) at the 506.com.  I am also assisted on occasion by helpful athletic media relations officials at various schools and conferences.