College Football TV Schedule Selections for Oct. 25, 2014

By Kevin Kelley -

Every Monday, the five power conferences announce their football TV schedule for the weekend after next. Announcements are also made by the American, C-USA, MAC and others. Today, selections were announced for the weekend of Oct. 25, 2014.

The remainder of times and TV for the weekend of Oct. 25 are listed on each team’s 2014 football schedule.

Note: This post will be updated as selections are announced.

Week 9 TV Schedule Selections
All times Eastern

Miami, FL at Virginia Tech – 8pm, ESPN (Thursday)
North Carolina at Virginia – 12:30pm, ACC Network
Boston College at Wake Forest – 3:30pm, RSN
Georgia Tech at Pittsburgh – 3:30pm, ESPNU
Syracuse at Clemson – 7pm, ESPNU

Off: Duke, Florida State, Louisville, NC State

UConn at East Carolina – 7pm, ESPNU (Thursday)
USF at Cincinnati – 7pm, ESPN2 (Friday)
Memphis at SMU – Noon, ESPNews
Temple at UCF – 5pm, CBSSN

Off: Houston, Tulane, Tulsa

Big 12
Texas at Kansas State – Noon, ESPN
Texas Tech at TCU – 3:30pm, FOX
West Virginia at Oklahoma State – 3:30pm, ESPN

Off: Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas, Oklahoma

Big Ten
Maryland at Wisconsin – Noon, Big Ten Network
Minnesota at Illinois – Noon, ESPNU
Rutgers at Nebraska – Noon, ESPN2
Michigan at Michigan State – 3:30pm, ABC
Ohio State at Penn State – 8pm, ABC

Off: Indiana, Iowa, Northwestern, Purdue

Oregon at California (at Santa Clara) – 10pm, FOX Sports 1 (Friday)
UCLA at Colorado – 2pm, Pac-12 Network
Oregon State at Stanford – 3:30pm, ESPN2
Arizona at Washington State – 6pm, Pac-12 Network
USC at Utah – 10pm, FOX Sports 1
Arizona State at Washington – 10:45pm, ESPN

UAB at Arkansas – Noon, SEC Network
Mississippi State at Kentucky – 3:30pm, CBS
Vanderbilt at Missouri – 4pm, SEC Network
Alabama at Tennessee – 7:30pm, ESPN2
Ole Miss at LSU – 7:15pm, ESPN
South Carolina at Auburn – 7:30pm, SEC Network

Off: Florida, Georgia, Texas A&M

Comments (10)

I don’t even remember the last time if ever the last time CBS had a football game in Lexington, Kentucky but makes sense why they would for October 25th

The year LSU won the National Championship(as a two-loss team),CBS was in Lexington…….LSU lost to Kentucky/Arkansas that season,and still won it all.

I am suprised CBS didn’t take Ole Miss vs.LSU. LSU has the same record and is still a bigger draw than UK by far.

cbs rules a team can only be on 4 times and old miss already has Alabama game also auburn for sure and because there no other game on nov 22 arkansas game and the would like to wait for 4 time for miss state game

VERY disappointed with the emergence of the SEC network, it seems that Greed takes preference over the Loyalty of the the fan base who built the viewer demand on good old fashioned Broadcast TV !!! To the point now that I’d rather Swtich than Pay ! Just hope other Fans Realize what’s happening !!!!