College Football Viewing Picks for Week 4, 09/26/2015

All Times Eastern

Schedule courtesy of Matt’s College Sports on TV
Announcing assignments courtesy of Eye on Sky and Air Sports

Studio and Pregame Shows
College GameDay live from Tucson, AZ — ESPN, 9 a.m.
SEC Nation live from Gainesville, FL — SEC Network, 10 a.m.
B1G Football Pregame — Big Ten Network, 10:30 a.m.
Championship Drive: Power Hour — ESPNU, 11 a.m.
ACC Blitz — ACC Network, noon
ESPN Goal Line — Check your local listings, noon
Pac-12 Football Pregame Show — Pac-12 Network, 12:30 p.m.
College Football Countdown — ABC, 3 p.m.
College Football Today — CBS, 3 p.m.
B1G Football Game Break — Big Ten Network, 3 p.m.
College Football Scoreboard — ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU, 3 p.m.
ESPN Goal Line — ESPNews, 3 p.m.
Notre Dame Pregame Report — NBCSN, 3 p.m.
SEC Now — SEC Network, 3 p.m.
Fox College Football Pregame — Fox, 4 p.m.
College Football Countdown — ABC, 6:30 p.m.
College Football Scoreboard — ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU, 6:30 p.m.
B1G Football Postgame — Big Ten Network, 6:30 p.m.
ESPN Goal Line — ESPNews, 7 p.m.
SEC Now — SEC Network, 7 p.m.
Fox College Football Extra — Fox, 8 p.m.
Pac-12 Football Postgame Show — Pac-12 Network, 8:30 p.m.
College Football Scoreboard — ESPN/ESPN2, 10 p.m.
SEC Now — SEC Network, 10:30 p.m.
The Final Drive — Big Ten Network, 11 p.m.
College Football Final — ESPN2, 1:30 a.m. (Sunday)
Inside College Football — CBS Sports Network, 2 a.m. (Sunday)
Pac-12 Final Score — Pac-12 Network, 2 a.m. (Sunday)


BYU at Michigan — ABC (Sean McDonough/Chris Spielman//Todd McShay)

Colgate at Holy Cross — American Sports Network (Eric Frede/Ken Dunek)
Stephen F. Austin at Abilene Christian — American Sports Network (David Saltzman/ND Kalu//Chris Mycoskie)

Bowling Green at Purdue — Big Ten Network (Chris Denari/Stanley Jackson)
Central Michigan at Michigan State — Big Ten Network (Eric Collins/Glen Mason//Rick Pizzo)
Kansas at Rutgers — Big Ten Network (Scott Graham/Shaun O’Hara//Tina Cervasio)

Navy at UConn — CBS Sports Network (Dave Ryan/Corey Chavous//Lauren Gardner)

LSU at Syracuse — ESPN (Bob Wischusen/Brock Huard//Shannon Spake)
Georgia Tech at Duke — ESPN2 (Beth Mowins/Anthony Becht//Paul Carcaterra)
Southern Mississippi at Nebraska — ESPNews (Eamon McAnaney/Rocky Boiman)
Central Florida at South Carolina — ESPNU (Clay Matvick/John Congemi)

Southern at Georgia — SEC Network (Tom Hart/Andre Ware//Laura Rutledge)

12:30 p.m.

Indiana at Wake Forest — ACC Network (Tim Brant/Dave Archer//Roddy Jones)
Delaware at North Caorlina — ACC Regional/Fox Sports Net (Wes Durham/James Bates/Jenn Hildreth)

1:30 p.m.

Nicholls at Colorado — Pac-12 Network (Kevin Calabro/Yogi Roth//Lewis Johnson)

2:30 p.m.

Florida International at Louisiana Tech — Fox College Sports Atlantic (Mike Morgan/JC Pearson//Steffi Sorensen)

3 p.m.

Maryland at West Virginia — FS1 (Justin Kutcher/Petros Papadakis)
Rice at Baylor — Fox Sports Net (Brendan Burke/Brian Baldinger (sideline analyst)/Ben Leber (sideline analyst)//Christian Steckel)

New Mexico at Wyoming — Root Sports Rocky Mountain & Southwest/Mountain West Network (Marc Stout/Sed Bonner//Tori Holt)

3:30 p.m.

Virginia Tech at East Carolina — ABC/ESPN2 (Mark Neely/Mike Bellotti//Dawn Davenport)
Western Michigan at Ohio State — ABC/ESPN2 (Adam Amin/Kelly Stouffer//Olivia Harlan)

Appalachian State at Old Dominion — American Sports Network (Ron Thulin/Keith Moreland)
Marshall at Kent State — American Sports Network (Dave Armstrong/Rich Baldinger)
URI at Maine — American Sports Network (Brad Jackson/Carl Reuter)

Ohio at Minnesota — Big Ten Network (Tom Werme/Steve Hutchinson)
San Diego State at Penn State — Big Ten Network (Kevin Kugler/Matt Millen//Lisa Byington)

Tennessee at Florida — CBS (Verne Lundquist/Gary Danielson//Allie LaForce)
Miami (OH) at Western Kentucky — CBS Sports Network (Ben Holden/Jay Feely//Melanie Collins)

Oklahoma State at Texas — ESPN (Mike Patrick/Ed Cunningham//Dr. Jerry Punch)
North Texas at Iowa — ESPNU (Anish Shroff/Ahmad Brooks)

UMass at Notre Dame — NBC (Dan Hicks/Doug Flutie//Kathryn Tappen)

4 p.m.

Middle Tennessee at Illinois — ESPNews (Mike Corey/Rene Ingoglia)

Louisiana-Munroe at Alabama — SEC Network (Dave Neal/Matt Stinchcomb//Kayce Smith)

4:45 p.m.

TCU at Texas Tech — Fox (Joe Davis/Brady Quinn//Kris Budden)

5 p.m.

Cal at Washington — Pac-12 Network (Ted Robinson/Glenn Parker//Jill Savage)

7 p.m.

Florida Atlantic at Charlotte — American Sports Network (Mike Gleason/Jim Donnan)
Tennessee Tech at Murray State — American Sports Network (Jeff McCarragher/Michael Young)

Colorado State at Texas-San Antonio — CBS Sports Network (Jason Knapp/Randy Cross//Rashan Ali)

Texas A&M vs. Arkansas at Arlington, TX — ESPN (Brad Nessler/Todd Blackledge//Holly Rowe)
Vanderbilt at Mississippi — ESPNU (Allen Bestwick/Dan Hawkins)

Brown at Harvard — Fox College Sports Atlantic (Eric Frede/Steve DeOssie//Katy Fitzpatrick)
Houston Baptist at Sam Houston State — Fox College Sports Central (Randy McIlvoy/Jeff Power)

7:30 p.m.

Stony Brook at William & Mary — Comcast SportsNet (Rob Carlin/Andy Gresh)

Mississippi State at Auburn — ESPN2 (Mark Jones/Rod Gilmore//Quint Kessenich)

Missouri at Kentucky — SEC Network (Brent Musburger/Jesse Palmer//Maria Taylor)

8 p.m.

UCLA at Arizona — ABC (Chris Fowler/Kirk Herbstreit//Heather Cox)

Ball State at Northwestern — Big Ten Network (Matt Devlin/Chuck Long)
Hawaii at Wisconsin — Big Ten Network (Joe Beninati/J Leman//Jay Wilson)

North Carolina State at South Alabama — ESPNews (Dave Lamont/Ray Bentley)

8:30 p.m.

Utah at Oregon — Fox (Gus Johnson/Joel Klatt//Molly McGrath)

9 p.m.

Idaho State at UNLV — Mountain West Network (Tony Cordasco/Caleb Herring)

10:30 p.m.

Fresno State at San Jose State — CBS Sports Network (Brad Johansen/Aaron Taylor//Jenny Dell)

USC at Arizona State — ESPN (Dave Pasch/Brian Griese//Tom Luginbill)

About Ken Fang

Ken has been covering the sports media in earnest at his own site, Fang's Bites since May 2007 and at Awful Announcing since March 2013. He provides a unique perspective having been an award-winning radio news reporter in Providence and having worked in local television. Fang celebrates the three Boston Red Sox World Championships in the 21st Century, but continues to be a long-suffering Cleveland Browns fan.