Kickoff/TV Announced for Several 2014 American Football Games

By Kevin Kelley -
American Athletic Conference

The American Athletic Conference announced several kickoff times and television designations today. 22 games have been scheduled for CBSSN and the ESPN family of networks.

The first conference game of the season is slated for Thursday, August 28 when Tulane visits Tulsa. The game will be televised by CBSSN at 8pm ET.

A few non-conference games were also announced, including Oklahoma at Tulsa, Maryland at USF, Georgia Tech at Tulane, Boise State at UConn, NC State at USF, and BYU at UCF.

2014 AAC Football TV Schedule

Thursday, August 28
Tulane at Tulsa – 8pm ET, CBSSN

Saturday, August 30
Austin Peay at Memphis – 7pm ET, ESPN3
Western Carolina at USF – 7pm ET, ESPN3
North Carolina Central at East Carolina – 8pm ET, ESPNews

Saturday, September 6
Oklahoma at Tulsa – Noon, ABC/ESPN/ESPN2
Maryland at USF – 3:30pm ET, CBSSN
Georgia Tech at Tulane – 4pm ET, ESPNews
Grambling State at Houston – 8pm ET, ESPN3

Saturday, September 13
Boise State at UConn – Noon, ABC/ESPN/ESPN2
North Carolina State at USF – 3:30pm ET, CBSSN
Southeastern Louisiana at Tulane – 8pm ET, ESPN3

Friday, September 19
UConn at USF – 8pm ET, ESPN/ESPN2

Saturday, September 20
Delaware State at Temple – 1pm ET, ESPN3
Bethune-Cookman at UCF – 6pm ET, ESPN3

Thursday, October 2
UCF at Houston – 7pm ET, ESPN

Thursday, October 9
Brigham Young at UCF – 7:30pm ET, ESPN

Thursday, October 23
UConn at East Carolina – 7pm ET, ESPNU

Friday, October 24
USF at Cincinnati – 7pm ET, ESPN/ESPN2

Friday, October 31
Cincinnati at Tulane – 8pm ET, ESPN2/ESPNU
Tulsa at Memphis – 8pm ET, ESPN2/ESPNU

Friday, November 7
Memphis at Temple – 7:30pm ET, ESPNU

Friday, November 14
Tulsa at UCF – 8pm ET, ESPN2

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8 Comments to Kickoff/TV Announced for Several 2014 American Football Games

  1. Bill (the one that's commenting for years; not the newbie) said....

    The AAC really should work out a sponsorship deal with Reynolds Wrap, or Glad bags or maybe evenTupperware because this is clearly the “Leftover Conference”.

    June 19, 2014 at 3:50 pm
  2. GEG said....

    I can see Cincinnati joining the Big 12 and UConn and UCF joining the ACC.
    If I’m the AAC Commissioner I want a 16 team conference.

    June 19, 2014 at 6:32 pm
  3. Evan Escher said....

    Since when did CBSSN have a deal with the AAC?

    June 19, 2014 at 8:50 pm
  4. brentano said....

    You are missing BYU vs UConn on Aug. 29th on ESPN.

    June 19, 2014 at 11:53 pm
  5. stuart said....

    wow almost 1/3rd, 7 of 22 games, are against FCS teams.

    Austin Peay, Western Carolina, North Carolina Central, Grambling State, Southeastern Louisiana, Delaware State, and Bethune-Cookman

    Not many I’d tune in to watch

    June 20, 2014 at 3:44 pm

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