2012 College Football TV Schedule – Week 14

By Kevin Kelley -

FBSchedules.comWeek 14 of the 2012 college football season kicks off tonight with Louisville traveling to Rutgers (7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN). The winner of the game claims the Big East title and a spot in a BCS Bowl game.

Conference championship games begin on Friday. Kent State faces Northern Illinois for the MAC title (7 p.m. ET, ESPN2), while Stanford hosts UCLA in the Pac-12 (8 p.m. ET, FOX).

Saturday’s slate is highlighted by the SEC Championship Game, which features no. 2 Alabama vs. no. 3 Georgia (4 p.m. ET, CBS). The winner of that game is likely to face Notre Dame in the 2013 Discover BCS National Championship Game.

Other championship games include Conference USA (UCF at Tulsa, noon ET, ESPN2), ACC (Florida State vs. Georgia Tech, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN), and Big Ten (Nebraska vs. Wisconsin, 8 p.m., FOX).

ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, Georgia for the SEC Championship Game.

Listed below are the games with TV, time and network. The schedule is also optimized for printing:

Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012
GameTime (ET)NetworkOnline
Louisville at Rutgers7:30 p.m.ESPN (HD)ESPN3 *
Friday, Nov. 30, 2012
Kent State vs. NIU (MAC CG)7:00 p.m.ESPN2 (HD)ESPN3 *
UCLA at Stanford (Pac-12 CG)8:00 p.m.FOX (HD)
Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012
Oklahoma at TCU12:00 p.m.ESPN (HD)ESPN3 *
Oklahoma State at Baylor12:00 p.m.FX (HD)
UCF at Tulsa (C-USA CG)12:00 p.m.ESPN2 (HD)/ESPN3DESPN3 *
Kansas at West Virginia2:30 p.m.FSN Affiliates (HD)
Nicholls State at Oregon State2:30 p.m.Pac-12 Network (HD)Pac-12
Middle Tenn. at Arkansas State3:00 p.m.ESPN3
Boise State at Nevada3:30 p.m.ABC (HD)/ESPN-GPESPN3
Cincinnati at Connecticut3:30 p.m.ABC (HD)/ESPN-GPESPN3
Alabama vs. Georgia (SEC CG)4:00 p.m.CBS (HD)
Pittsburgh at South Florida7:00 p.m.ESPN2 (HD)
Florida St. vs. Ga. Tech (ACC CG)8:00 p.m.ESPN (HD)
Nebraska vs. Wisconsin (B1G CG)8:00 p.m.FOX (HD)
Texas at Kansas State8:00 p.m.ABC (HD)
South Alabama at Hawaii11:00 p.m.ROOT/Oceanic PPVOceanic

* Subject to blackout.

Comments (2)

Well, once again I will not be able to watch the Gators play on television. Because, not only is the bowl game on a work day but, also on espn (which I can’t get, because I don’t have cable). I just cannot believe that not one local t.v. station don’t want to carry the game. This type of coverage has got to change! I’M SO DISAPPOINTED!