College football schedule: TV selections for Sept. 30, 2017

By Kevin Kelley -

Every Monday, the five power conferences announce their football TV schedule for the weekend after next. Some selections are also made by the American, C-USA, MAC, MWC, and Sun Belt.

Today, college football schedule selections will be announced for the weekend of Sept. 30, 2017. A few games were held under the six-day option. Those game times and/or TV will be announced on Sunday, Sept. 24.

Week 5 TV Schedule Selections
All times Eastern

ACC
Miami, FL at Duke – 7pm, ESPN (Fri.)
North Carolina at Georgia Tech – Noon, ESPN2
Rice at Pitt – Noon, RSN
Syracuse at NC State – 12:20pm, ACCN
Central Michigan at Boston College – 1pm, ACCNExtra
Florida State at Wake Forest – 3:30pm, ABC
Murray State at Louisville – 3:30pm, RSN
Clemson at Virginia Tech – 8pm, ABC

Off: Virginia

American
Houston at Temple – Noon, ESPNU
USF at East Carolina – Noon, CBSSN
Navy at Tulsa – 3:30pm, ESPNU
UConn at SMU – 4pm, ESPNews
Marshall at Cincinnati – 7pm, ESPN3
Memphis at UCF – 7pm, ESPN2

Off: Tulane

Big 12
Texas at Iowa State – 8pm, ESPN (Thurs.)
Baylor at Kansas State – 3:30pm, ESPN2
Oklahoma State at Texas Tech – 8pm, FOX

Off: Kansas, Oklahoma, TCU, West Virginia

Big Ten
Nebraska at Illinois – 8pm, FS1 (Fri.)
Maryland at Minnesota – Noon, FS1
Northwestern at Wisconsin – Noon, ABC
Indiana at Penn State – 3:30pm, BTN
Iowa at Michigan State – 4pm, FOX
Ohio State at Rutgers – 7:30pm, BTN

Off: Michigan, Purdue

C-USA
Rice at Pitt – Noon, RSN
UTEP at Army – 3:30pm, CBSSN
Charlotte at FIU – 7pm, beIN SPORTS
Marshall at Cincinnati – 7pm, ESPN3
Middle Tennessee at Florida Atlantic – 7pm, Stadium
North Texas at Southern Miss – 7pm, TV TBA
South Alabama at Louisiana Tech – 7pm, ESPN3

Off: Old Dominion, UAB, UTSA, WKU

Independents
BYU at Utah State – 8pm, CBSSN (Fri.)
Ohio at UMass – 3:30pm, 11 Sports
UTEP at Army – 3:30pm, CBSSN
Miami, OH at Notre Dame – 5pm, NBCSN

MAC
Central Michigan at Boston College – 1pm, ACCNExtra
Buffalo at Kent State – 3:30pm, ESPN3
Ohio at UMass – 3:30pm, 11 Sports
Eastern Michigan at Kentucky – 4pm, SECN
Miami, OH at Notre Dame – 5pm, NBCSN
Akron at Bowling Green – 6pm, ESPN3
Ball State at Western Michigan – 7pm, ESPN3
NIU at San Diego State – 10:30pm, CBSSN

Off: Toledo

MWC
BYU at Utah State – 8pm, CBSSN (Fri.)
Texas State at Wyoming – 4pm, Stadium
Air Force at New Mexico – 7pm, CBSSN
Nevada at Fresno State – 10pm, ATTSNRM
NIU at San Diego State – 10:30pm, CBSSN
San Jose State at UNLV – 10:30pm, ESPNU
Colorado State at Hawaii – 11:59pm, MWN/Spectrum PPV

Off: Boise State

Pac-12
USC at Washington State – 10:30pm, ESPN (Fri.)
Arizona State at Stanford – 4pm, Pac-12N
Washington at Oregon State – 8pm, Pac-12N
Colorado at UCLA – 10:30pm, ESPN2
California at Oregon – 10:30pm, FS1

Off: Arizona, Utah

SEC
New Mexico State at Arkansas – Noon, SECN
Vanderbilt at Florida – Noon, ESPN
Georgia at Tennessee – 3:30pm, CBS
Eastern Michigan at Kentucky – 4pm, SECN
Mississippi State at Auburn – 6pm, ESPN
Troy at LSU – 7pm, ESPNU
South Carolina at Texas A&M – 7:30pm, SECN
Ole Miss at Alabama – 9pm, ESPN

Off: Missouri

Sun Belt
New Mexico State at Arkansas – Noon, SECN
Texas State at Wyoming – 4pm, Stadium
Coastal Carolina at ULM – 7pm, ESPN3
South Alabama at Louisiana Tech – 7pm, ESPN3
Troy at LSU – 7pm, ESPNU

Off: Appalachian State, Arkansas State, Georgia Southern, Idaho, UL Lafayette

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Comments (4)

I was about to say, Bama playing at 9pm kills me! I don’t mind watching Pac-12 into the we hours of the night, I just fall asleep to them. Bama won’t be over till around 12:30 or 1am & if it goes into overtime, forget about it!