Auburn at LSU highlights week eight of the 2011 college football season. Other big games include North Carolina at Clemson, Texas Tech at Oklahoma, Washington at Stanford and USC at Notre Dame.
ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from East Lansing, Michigan, the site of the Big Ten contest between the Wisconsin Badgers and the Michigan State Spartans. Read Full Story »
Michigan at Michigan State highlights week seven of the 2011 college football season. Other big games include LSU at Tennessee, Oklahoma State at Texas, Clemson at Maryland and Florida at Auburn.
ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Eugene, Oregon, the site of the game between the Arizona State Sun Devils and the Oregon Ducks. Read Full Story »
The Red River Rivalry between Oklahoma and Texas highlights week six of the 2011 college football season. Other big games include Florida at LSU, Iowa at Penn State, Auburn at Arkansas and Ohio State at Nebraska.
ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Dallas, Texas, the site of the game between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Texas Longhorns at the Cotton Bowl. Read Full Story »
The six BCS conferences have each announced their football TV schedule for the weekend of October 15, 2011. Top matchups include Oklahoma State at Texas, Michigan at Michigan State, USC at California, Arizona State at Oregon, LSU at Tennessee and Florida at Auburn.
Listed below are the games scheduled for television with kickoff time (Eastern) and network: Read Full Story »
No. 8 Nebraska at No. 7 Wisconsin highlights week five of the 2011 college football season. Other big games include Baylor at Kansas State, Michigan State at Ohio State, Clemson at Virginia Tech and Alabama at Florida.
ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Madison, Wisconsin, the site of the game between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Wisconsin Badgers. Read Full Story »
No. 2 LSU at No. 16 West Virginia highlights week four of the 2011 college football season. Other big games include Arkansas at Alabama, Florida State at Clemson and Oklahoma State at Texas A&M.
ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Morgantown, West Virginia, the site of the game between the LSU Tigers and the West Virginia Mountaineers. Read Full Story »
No. 1 Oklahoma at No. 5 Florida State highlights week 3 of the 2011 college football season. Other big games include Auburn at Clemson, Michigan State at Notre Dame, Tennessee at Florida and Utah at BYU.
ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Tallahassee, Florida, the site of the game between the Florida State Seminoles and the Oklahoma Sooners. Read Full Story »
Week two of the college football season features a few big non-conference games, including Alabama at Penn State, BYU at Texas and Notre Dame at Michigan.
ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Ann Arbor, Michigan, the site of the game between the Michigan Wolverines and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Read Full Story »
The 2011 college football season is here! A full slate of teams are in action, including AP Top 5 teams Oklahoma, Alabama, Oregon, LSU and Boise State.
ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Arlington, Texas, the site of the game between the LSU Tigers of the SEC and the Oregon Ducks of the new Pac-12. Read Full Story »
The 2011 Conference USA Football Championship Game has been set for December 3 at 12:00 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on ESPN2.
Conference USA was sued by ESPN in March after the league signed a new five-year contract with Fox. ESPN sued CUSA because their contract included a provision which gave the network exclusive rights to re-negotiate the deal. Read Full Story »
ESPN has announced their 2011 college football schedule that will be broadcast in 3D. ESPN 3D will air 20 regular-season games, the Allstate BCS National Championship Game and five bowl games.
ESPN 3D is currently available on AT&T, Comcast, DirecTV, Time Warner Cable and Verizon FIOS. Read Full Story »
The Utah Utes and KJZZ-TV have announced a local partnership for football television coverage, the school announced Friday.
KJZZ-TV will broadcast Utah’s 2011 season opener against Montana State on Thursday, September 1. Other games will be announced at a later date. Read Full Story »
Often requested and long overdue, we have now added TV listings to our 2011 college football schedules. The television listings will be updated leading up to and throughout the season.
FBSchedules.com strives to be the best football schedule website on the internet. Major additions to the site, like an iPhone/iPad/Android app or even a mobile site, are possible but not likely in the near future. Read Full Story »
The SEC has announced their 2011 football TV schedule. More games will be announced leading up to and during the season.
Overall, 23 SEC football games have already been scheduled for broadcast by ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ABC, CBS and the SEC Network.
The 2011 SEC Championship Game will be televised by CBS Sports at 4:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, December, 3, 2011. Read Full Story »
The Big Ten Network has announced their 2011 prime time Football TV Schedule. Seven games were announced, but the network will televise more than 40 games total this fall.
“We’re very excited about our primetime schedule and think it’s the strongest we’ve ever had,” Big Ten Network President Mark Silverman said. “There’s always extra electricity in the air for Big Ten night games, and we have some top-quality matchups.” Read Full Story »