Sun Belt Early Season 2014 Football TV Schedule Announced

By Kevin Kelley -
Sun Belt Conference

The Sun Belt early season 2014 football TV schedule has been announced and it features two games on ESPNU (previously announced), two on ESPNews, and 13 on ESPN3.

The schedule kicks off on Wednesday, Aug. 27 with the first FBS game of the season. Georgia State hosts Abilene Christian at 7pm ET on ESPNU.

The first Sun Belt Conference matchups are slated for Saturday, Sept. 6 when New Mexico State travels to take on Georgia State (2pm ET, ESPN3) and Idaho visits ULM (7pm ET, ESPN3).

Listed below are the Sun Belt games that have been selected for television as of June 10.

Sun Belt Early Season 2014 Football TV Schedule

Wednesday, Aug. 27
Abilene Christian at Georgia State – 7pm ET, ESPNU

Thursday, Aug. 28
Wake Forest at ULM – 7pm ET, ESPNU
Cal Poly at New Mexico State – 8pm ET, ESPN3

Saturday, Aug. 30
Montana State at Arkansas State – 7pm ET, ESPN3
Southern at UL Lafayette – 7pm ET, ESPN3
Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Texas State – 7pm ET, ESPN3

Saturday, Sept. 6
New Mexico State at Georgia State – 2pm ET, ESPN3
Savannah State at Georgia Southern – 6pm ET, ESPN3
Campbell at Appalachian State – 6pm ET, ESPN3
Idaho at ULM – 7pm ET, ESPN3
Louisiana Tech at UL Lafayette – 7pm ET, ESPN3
Duke at Troy – 7pm ET, ESPN3

Saturday, Sept. 13
Air Force at Georgia State – 2pm ET, ESPN3
Mississippi State at South Alabama – 4pm ET, ESPNews
Western Michigan at Idaho – 5pm ET, ESPN3
Abilene Christian at Troy – 7pm ET, ESPN3
Navy at Texas State – 8pm ET, ESPNews

The Sun Belt also announced today the kickoff times for three games that are set for broadcast on ESPNU:

Thursday, Sept. 25
Appalachian State at Georgia Southern – 7:30pm ET, ESPNU

Friday, Oct. 24
Troy at South Alabama – 7:30pm ET, ESPNU

Thursday, Oct. 30
Troy at Georgia Southern – 7:30pm ET, ESPNU

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2 Comments to Sun Belt Early Season 2014 Football TV Schedule Announced

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

    Great move by GSU and ACU to start a day ahead of everyone else. A game that would be most unwatchable is now on my radar. By August, I am ready to watch anything, and these two teams I have never seen before on now on my radar.

    June 11, 2014 at 3:56 am
  2. Darrell said....

    That September 6 matchup between LA Tech and ULL should be a great in-state rivalry game to catch early in the season. I am a bit surprised it was not picked up by ESPN News as well.

    June 11, 2014 at 9:51 am

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