Sun Belt Early Season 2015 Football TV Schedule Announced

By Kevin Kelley -

The Sun Belt early season 2015 football TV schedule has been announced and it features one game on ESPNU and 15 games on ESPN3.

The schedule kicks off on Thursday, Sept. 3 with Idaho playing host to Ohio at 9pm, ET on ESPN3.

The first Sun Belt Conference matchup is slated for Saturday, Sept. 12 when Georgia State travels to take on New Mexico State (8pm, ET, ESPN3).

Listed below are the Sun Belt games that have been selected for television as of June 8.

Sun Belt Early Season 2015 Football TV Schedule
All times Eastern.

Thursday, Sept. 3
Ohio at Idaho – 9pm, ESPN3

Friday, Sept. 4
Charlotte at Georgia State – 3:30pm, ESPNU

Saturday, Sept. 5
Howard at Appalachian State – 3:30pm, ESPN3/App State TV
Gardner-Webb at South Alabama – TBA, ESPN3

Saturday, Sept. 12
Western Michigan at Georgia Southern – 6pm, ESPN3
Missouri at Arkansas State – 7pm, ESPN3
Northwestern State at UL Lafayette – 7pm, ESPN3
Nicholls State at UL Monroe – 7pm, ESPN3
Charleston Southern at Troy – 7pm, ESPN3
Georgia State at New Mexico State – 8pm, ESPN3/Aggievision
Prairie View A&M at Texas State – TBA, ESPN3

Saturday, Sept. 19
Wofford at Idaho – 5pm, ESPN3
The Citadel at Georgia Southern – 6pm, ESPN3
Missouri State at Arkansas State – 7pm, ESPN3
UTEP at New Mexico State – 8pm, ESPN3/Aggievision
Southern Mississippi at Texas State – TBA ESPN3

The Sun Belt previously announced seven games for mid-week broadcasts:

Tue. 10/13 – Arkansas State at South Alabama – 8pm, ESPN2
Tue. 10/20 – UL Lafayette at Arkansas State – 8pm, ESPN2
Thu. 10/22 – Georgia Southern at Appalachian State – 7:30pm, ESPNU
Thu. 10/29 – Texas State at Georgia Southern – 7:30pm, ESPNU
Thu. 11/5 – Arkansas State at Appalachian State – 7:30pm, ESPNU
Thu. 11/12 – UL Lafayette at South Alabama – 7:30pm, ESPNU
Thu. 11/19 – UL Monroe at Texas State – 9:30pm, ESPNU

  1. Josh
    June 8, 2015 at 1:14 pm

    Charlotte at Georgia State is 3:30pm on a Friday?

  2. Josh
    June 8, 2015 at 5:30 pm

    Oh yeah, the Friday part makes perfect sense, I was just a little surprised that the kick time is 3:30. I’ll probably take that entire day off so I may consider going to that game.

  3. lost in Va.
    June 9, 2015 at 9:40 am

    Lots of ESPN3 games……similar to 1-AA.

  4. Not_Really_A_Lawyer
    June 10, 2015 at 6:17 pm

    Pretty much is, at least the early season. Surprised the ASU-Missouri game isn’t on the SEC Network, though.

    • Evan
      June 16, 2015 at 2:32 am

      I don’t think it can be on SECN because it is not an SEC home game. However, I’m surprised it’s not on ESPNU or ESPN News since the P5 team is the road team.

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