Just as I did last year, I will post College Football Viewing Picks every Friday. I get the information from Matt’s College Sports on TV Website as he updates the regional ESPN on ABC broadcasts right up until Thursday when the Alleged Worldwide Leader makes its selections for the weekend. The site is an excellent resource for both college basketball and college football viewing.
So for our first weekend of college football, here we go.
UPDATE – Because of Hurricane Gustav, the President of LSU and the Governor of Louisiana have moved up the starting time of the Appalachian State-LSU game to 11 a.m. ET. The schedule has now been revised to reflect this new development.
College Gameday, live from Atlanta – ESPN, 10 a.m.
Appalachian State at LSU – ESPN Classic
Big Ten Coverage Map
Western Kentucky at Indiana – Big Ten Network
Maine at Iowa – Big Ten Network
Youngstown State at Ohio State – Big Ten Network
Coastal Carolina at Penn State – Big Ten Network
Akron at Wisconsin – Big Ten Network
Virginia Tech vs. East Carolina at Charlotte, NC – ESPN
Syracuse at Northwestern – ESPN2
12:30 p.m. ET
Hawaii at Florida – Raycom
Ohio at Wyoming – the mtn.
ABC/ESPN Coverage Map
USC at Virginia – ABC/ESPN2
Utah at Michigan – ABC/ESPN2
Oklahoma State vs. Washington State at Seattle – FSN
Towson at Navy – CBS College Sports
Delaware at Virginia – ESPNU (3:45 p.m.)
TCU at New Mexico – Versus
Northern Iowa at BYU – the mtn.
Mississippi State at Louisiana Tech – ESPN2 (6:45 p.m.)
Northern Illinois a Minnesota – Big Ten Network
Boston College vs. Kent State at Cleveland – ESPNU
ABC Coverage Map
Michigan State at California – ABC
Alabama at Clemson – ABC
Illinois vs. Missouri at St. Louis – ESPN
Washington at Oregon – FSN