ESPNU to Air Top 25 College Football Games of 2013

By Kevin Kelley -
Texas A&M-Duke

Texas A&M-Duke was one of the Top 25 games of 2013. (Paul Abell-USA TODAY Sports)

ESPNU will air the Top 25 college football games of the 2013 season, the network has announced. The 12-day marathon of games on ESPNU will begin on Monday, July 21.

ESPN selected and ranked the Top 25 games of 2013 and will let the fans decide the order of the Top 5 via a SportsNation poll. Those five games are listed below:

  • Auburn-Alabama
  • Florida State-Auburn
  • Ohio State-Michigan
  • Texas A&M-Duke
  • Auburn-Georgia

Listed below is the complete schedule of games (all on ESPNU; note that four games will not be aired).

Monday, July 21
No. 25 – Michigan State 24, Stanford 20 (Rose Bowl), 7pm ET
No. 24 – Colorado St. 48, Washington St. 45 (New Mexico Bowl), 10pm ET

Tuesday, July 22
No. 23 – Alabama 49, Texas A&M 42, 7pm ET
No. 22 – Fresno State 52, Rutgers 51, 10pm ET

Wednesday, July 23
No. 21 – Navy 58, San Jose State 52, 7pm ET
No. 20 – Georgia 44, LSU 41, 10pm ET

Thursday, July 24
No. 19 – Clemson 40, Ohio State 35 (Orange Bowl), 7pm ET
No. 18 – Arizona State 32, Wisconsin 30, 10pm ET

Friday, July 25
No. 17 – Auburn 45, Texas A&M 41, 7pm ET

Monday, July 28
No. 15 – Georgia 34, Tennessee 31, 7pm ET
No. 14 – Penn State 43, Michigan 40, 10pm ET

Tuesday, July 29
No. 12 – Rutgers 55, SMU 52, 7pm ET
No. 11 – Ole Miss 39, Vanderbilt 35, 10pm ET

Wednesday, July 30
No. 10 – Oklahoma 33, Oklahoma St. 24, 7pm ET
No. 8 – UCF 38, Louisville 35, 10pm ET

Thursday, July 31
No. 7 – South Carolina 27, Missouri 24, 10pm ET

Friday, Aug. 1
No. 5 – Determined by your votes! 7pm ET

Saturday, Aug. 2
No. 4 – Determined by your votes! 6pm ET
No. 3 – Determined by your votes! 9pm ET

Sunday, Aug. 3
No. 2 – Determined by your votes! 6pm ET
No. 1 – Determined by your votes! 9pm ET

Games that will not Re-air
No. 16 – Oregon State 51, Utah 48
No. 13 – Notre Dame 38, Navy 34
No. 9 – Michigan St. 34, Ohio St. 24 (Big Ten Championship)
No. 6 – Oregon 36, Oregon St. 35

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9 Comments to ESPNU to Air Top 25 College Football Games of 2013

  1. Dave said....

    Where is Oklahoma/Alabama?? Guess no one wants to cast a bad light on the $EC! LMAO!!

    June 27, 2014 at 10:21 am
    • daveisaloser said....

      cause that game was a blow out dumbass

      July 1, 2014 at 9:52 pm
    • Peter said....

      You’re an idiot if you actually think that was a good game. As an Auburn fan I’d love to watch it again, but it was far from one of the 25 best games of the season. Heck…it wasn’t even one of the best 25 games of the BOWL season.

      July 2, 2014 at 8:46 am
    • carolina said....

      It was best games 2013. Not best blow outs!

      July 21, 2014 at 10:34 pm
  2. Josh said....

    Oklahoma won by 2 touchdowns. It wasn’t really that memorable.

    June 27, 2014 at 10:37 am
  3. Michael said....

    Missing BYU-Houston. That 47-46 thriller was an incredible offensive showcase on both sides. Too bad it was missed.

    July 2, 2014 at 6:09 pm
  4. zach said....

    texas-iowa state? what a game that’s missing here

    July 19, 2014 at 12:19 pm
  5. timoftexas said....

    Beating alabama in the sugar bowl will be something oklahoma fans will hang their hats on for like twenty years lol cause they probably wont win a national championship for thirty years. especially since they have taken a back seat to baylor, oklahoma state, and next year texas!!!

    July 21, 2014 at 9:03 pm
  6. Dalton Ownby said....

    Middle Tennessee state vs. Marshall 51-49 MTSU scores on 4th and goal on last play of the game

    July 21, 2014 at 10:59 pm

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