Week 3 is upon us with an intriguing mix of non-conference and conference games on the agenda. Pammies leader Matt Millen heads back to Columbia as Mizzou looks to rebound from their SEC debut loss in hosting Arizona State. There are three matchups of Top 25 teams this week after zero last week. #18 Florida visits #23 Tennessee (the site of Gameday) at 6 PM ET on ESPN, #21 Stanford plays #2 USC at 7:30 PM ET on Fox, and the ABC primetime game is #20 Notre Dame traveling to East Lansing to play #10 Michigan State. I just can't wait till all those Fighting Irish quasi-ACC games get shoehorned into primetime television!
Thursday, September 13
7 PM- Mississippi Valley State at Southern (ESPNU) Joe Davis, Jay Walker
7:30 PM- Rutgers at South Florida (ESPN) Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer, David Pollack, Samantha Steele
8 PM- Texas A&M-Commerce at Midwestern State (CBS Sports Net) Brad Johansen, Doug Chapman, Lisa Byington
Friday, September 14
9 PM- Washington State at UNLV (ESPN) Carter Blackburn, Rod Gilmore, Jemele Hill
Saturday, September 15
12 PM- California at Ohio State (ABC) Sean McDonough, Chris Spielman, Quint Kessenich
12 PM- TCU at Kansas (FX) Justin Kutcher, Eric Crouch, Darius Walker
12 PM- Wake Forest at Florida State (ESPN) Dave Pasch, Brian Griese, Jenn Brown
12 PM- Arkansas State at Nebraska (ESPN2) Beth Mowins, Joey Galloway, Lewis Johnson
12 PM- Virginia Tech at Pittsburgh (ESPNU) Tom Hart, Jon Cognemi
12 PM- Louisiana-Lafayette at Oklahoma State (FSN, FCS Central) Joel Meyers, Brian Baldinger, Jim Knox
12 PM- Northern Illinois at Army (CBS Sports Net) Ben Holden, Randy Cross, Brad Strimel
12 PM- Eastern Michigan at Purdue (BTN) Kevin Kugler, Chris Martin, Rebecca Haarlow
12 PM- Western Michigan at Minnesota (BTN) Wayne Larrivee, Justin Conzemius, Stacey Paetz
12 PM- Charleston Southern at Illinois (BTN) Matt Shephard, J Leman, Tony Banks
12 PM- Louisiana-Monroe at Auburn (SEC Network, ESPN3) Dave Neal, Andre Ware, Cara Capuano
12 PM- William & Mary at Towson (NBC Sports Net) Todd Harris, Ross Tucker, Carolyn Manno
12:30 PM- Connecticut at Maryland (ACC Network, ESPN3) Steve Martin, Dave Archer, Mike Hogewood
12:30 PM- Presbyterian at Vanderbilt (CSS, ESPN3) Bob Neal, Cole Cubelic, Dawn Davenport
12:30 PM- Princeton at Lehigh (2 Sports) Mike Zambelli, Mike Yadush, Al Di Carlo
1 PM- Webber International at Jacksonville (CW 17) Cole Pepper, Steve Gilbert
2 PM- Drake at Indiana State (WTWO) Jason Pensky, Brent Holl
3 PM- Furman at Clemson (ACC Regional, ESPN3) Paul Kennedy, Keith Jones, Jenn Hildreth
3 PM- Tennessee Tech at Oregon (Pac-12 Networks) Kevin Calabro, Adam Archuleta, Yogi Roth
3 PM- UC-Davis at South Dakota State (Midco Sports Net, Big Sky TV)
3:30 PM- Alabama at Arkansas (CBS, cbssports.com) Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson, Tracy Wolfson
3:30 PM- Navy at Penn State (ABC/ ESPN2) Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, Jeannine Edwards
3:30 PM- North Carolina at Louisville (ABC/ ESPN2) Bob Wischusen, Danny Kannell, Maria Taylor
3:30 PM- Texas A&M at SMU (FSN, FCS Atlantic) Ron Thulin, Shaun King, Desmond Purnell
3:30 PM- East Carolina at Southern Miss (CBS Sports Net) Dave Ryan, Ron Zook, Evan Washburn
3:30 PM- Northern Iowa at Iowa (BTN) Tom Werme, Danan Hughes, Damon Benning
3:30 PM- Massachusetts at Michigan (BTN) Eric Collins, Derek Rackley, Lisa Byington
3:30 PM- Boston College at Northwestern (BTN) Josh Lewin, Jon Jansen, Evan Fitzgerald
3:30 PM- Rhode Island at Villanova (Comcast)
3:30 PM- Liberty at Montana (Altitude, Flames Sports Net, ESPN3, Big Sky TV) Mike Tilley, Ray Jones, Mark Edwards
3:30 PM- Stephen F. Austin at Montana State (Max Media, KCEB, Big Sky TV) Chris Byers, Mike Callaghan, A. J. Donatoni
4 PM- Portland State at Washington (FX) Craig Bolerjack, Joel Klatt, Petros Papadakis
4 PM- Miami (Ohio) at Boise State (NBC Sports Net) Paul Burmesiter, Rod Woodson, Anthony Herron
4 PM- Stony Brook at Syracuse (Big East Network, ESPN3) Mark Larson, Dale Drypolcher, Danny Liedka
4 PM- Florida International at Central Florida (CSS) Bernie Guenther, Chuck Oliver, Rachel Baribeau
4:30 PM- James Madison vs. West Virginia from Landover, MD (Root Sports Pittsburgh)
6 PM- Florida at Tennessee (ESPN) Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe
6 PM- Penn at Lafayette (Lafayette Sports Network, ESPN3) Gary Laubach, Mike Joseph, John Leone
7 PM- Arizona State at Missouri (ESPN2) Joe Tessitore, Matt Millen, Shelley Smith
7 PM- Western Kentucky at Kentucky (ESPNU) Clay Matvick, Matt Stinchcomb, Allison Williams
7 PM- North Texas at Kansas State (FSN, FCS Atlantic) Mike Morgan, JC Pearson, Laura McKeeman
7 PM- Alabama-Birmingham at South Carolina (SEC Regional, ESPN3) Bob Rathbun, Tim Couch, Elizabeth Moreau
7 PM- Bowling Green at Toledo (BCSN, ESPN3) Greg Franke, Tom Cole
7 PM- New Mexico at Texas Tech (FCS Pacific) Mike Gleason, Ben Leber, Lesley McCaslin
7 PM- Sam Houston State at Baylor (FCS Central) Steve Physioc, Gary Reasons, Emily Jones
7 PM- Fort Lewis at Northern Arizona (NAU-TV, Big Sky TV) Mitch Strohman, Kevin Stephens, Marc Buckhout
7:30 PM- USC at Stanford (FOX) Gus Johnson, Charles Davis, Julie Alexandria
7:30 PM- Florida Atlantic at Georgia (CSS, ESPN3) Matt Stewart, Chros Doering, Angela Mallen
8 PM- Notre Dame at Michigan State (ABC) Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, Heather Cox
8 PM- Colorado at Fresno State (CBS Sports Net) James Bates, Aaron Taylor, Lauren Gardner
8 PM- Ball State at Indiana (BTN) Chris Denari, Kelly Stouffer, Antwaan Randle-El
8 PM- Utah State at Wisconsin (BTN) Matt Devlin, Glen Mason, Jay Wilson
8 PM- Idaho at LSU (Tiger Vision PPV [LA and ID only], ESPN3) Doug Greengard, Rene Nadeau
8 PM- Murray State at Missouri State (Mediacom-Springfield) Don West, Mike McClure
8 PM- North Dakota at San Diego State (KUSI) Ari Wolfe, JJ Stokes
8:30 PM- Jackson State at Texas Southern (KHOU 11.2- Houston's Bounce TV) Nick Strong, Lamont Williams
9:15 PM- Texas at Mississippi (ESPN) Mark Jones, Brock Huard, Jessica Mendoza
10 PM- BYU at Utah (ESPN2) Mark Neely, Ray Bentley, Paul Carcaterra
10:30 PM- Howard at Norfolk State (ESPN3 live at 4 PM, ESPNU Delayed) Joe Davis, Jay Walker
10:30 PM- Houston at UCLA (Pac-12 Network, Pac-12 Los Angeles, Pac-12 Bay Area, Pac-12 Washington, Pac-12 Oregon, Pac-12 Rocky Mountain) Ted Robinson, Glenn Parker, Ryan Nece
10:30 PM- South Carolina State at Arizona (Pac-12 Arizona) Dave Flemming, Coy Wire, Brooke Olzendam
11:59 PM- Lamar at Hawaii (Oceanic PPV, Root Sports Rocky Mountain, KBTV) Robert Kekaula, Darnell Arceneaux, Lori Santi, Dan Meisenzahl
12 PM- Bethune-Cookman at Miami (FL)- Drew Fellios, Doug Graber, Tiffany Greene
3:30 PM- Morgan State at Akron- Dan Gutowsky, Je'rod Cherry
6 PM- South Alabama at North Carolina State- Bob Piccozi, Forrest Conoly, Sarah Stankavage
7 PM- Delaware State at Cincinnati- Jim Barbar, John Gregory, Rontina McCann
7 PM- North Carolina Central at Duke- Dave Weekley, Stan Lewter, Beth McDade
7 PM- Mississippi State at Troy- Shawn Kenney, John Bunting
7 PM- Rice at Louisiana Tech- Rich Hollenberg, Ralph Friedgen
7 PM- Colorado State at San Jose State- Trey Bender, John Fina
I would like to know why Game Day has NEVER come to the Ole Miss campus. The Texas vs Rebels is the most talked and written about this weekend. I am a Rebel fan, but Texas fans are flying in so each school is loyal to their teams. People in Oxford are renting out their homes for as much as $20,000 for the weekend. Lee Corso an the others must be nuts. As a Rebel, we welcome the Longhorns. Both teams have class!!
Since when Has Lewis Johnson worked as a sideline reporter for ESPN???
Because i have only seen him work as a sideline reporter or Track and Field Analyst for NBC,Versus, TNT, TBS and during the early rounds of March Madness for CBS!!!
The following updates come hanks to the National Football Foundation. None of these games had the announcers listed in the teams Game Notes, so I had to wait for NFF to publish their list before it could be submitted here.
In addition to the Media-Springfield broadcast, Racer TV Network will carry Murray State at Missouri State. Dave Winder and Josh McKeel will call the action for Racer TV Network.
UC Davis at South Dakota State- Tom Nieman, Hank McCall.
Rhode Island a Villanova- Brent Harris, Brad Jackson.
James Madison vs. West Virginia- Rob King, Mike Logan, Amanda Mazey.
One update- SFA at Montana State will have Jeff Ebrie as the sideline reporter instead of A. J. Donatoni.
7 PM- Cyclones.TV- West Illinois at Iowa State- John Walters, Eric Heft, Ben Bruns
6:30 PM- Herd All Access- Ohio at Marshall- Steve Cotton, Mark Martin.
7 PM- Nevadawolfpack.com- Northwestern State at Nevada- Ryan Radtke, Chris Vargas.
Big Sky TV:
4 PM- Northern Colorado at Sacramento State- Jason Ross, Steve McElroy, Danny Sullivan
9 PM- New Mexico Highlands at Southern Utah- Art Challis, Matt Roan
9 PM- McNeese State at Weber State- Carl Arky, Ty Sparrow
Big South Network:
1:30 PM- Richmond at VMI- Wade Branner, Carl Murray
3 PM- Samford at Gardner-Webb- Fabian Fuentes, David Allen
6 PM- Eastern Kentucky at Coastal Carolina- Matt Hogue, Layne Harris, Joe Cashion
12 PM- UNHWildcats.TV- Central Connecticut State at New Hampshire- Bob Lipman, Chris Chandler
3:30 PM- BlueHens.com- Bucknell at Delaware- Scott Klatzkin, Glenn Frazer
12:30 PM- GoCrimson.com- San Diego at Harvard- Bernie Corbett, Mike Girardi
7 PM- Big Green Insider- Butler at Dartmouth- Dick Lutsk, Wayne Young
OVC Digital Network:
Thursday at 7 PM- SE Louisiana at UT-Martin- TBA
Saturday at 2 PM- Austin Peay at Tennessee State- Brent Dougherty, Albert Dawson
1 PM- Crusader Vision- Brown at Holy Cross- Bob Fouracre, Gordie Lockbaum
1 PM- GUHoyas.com- Yale at Georgetown- TBA
1 PM- Daytonflyers.com- Robert Morris at Dayton- TBA
3:30 PM- GoASU.com- The Citadel at Appalachian State- David Jackson, Steve Brown, Randy Jackson
7 PM- SWAC TV- Alabama State at Grambling State- TBA
@DanielOrmsby Literally every college football game can be seen on either TV or Internet these days.
Butler @ Dartmouth? I had no idea Butler had a football team....