College football TV schedule (2022)

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College football TV schedule 2022

Additional windows will be added as they are announced.

“Week zero”

Saturday, August 27

Time ETGameTV
NoonAustin Peay – WKUCBSSN
12:30pNebraska – Northwestern
Dublin, Ireland
FOX
3:30pStephen F. Austin – Jacksonville StateESPN
Idaho State – UNLVCBSSN
4:00pUConn – Utah StateFS1
4:00pWyoming – IllinoisBTN
5:00pDuquesne – FSUACCN
7:00pHoward – Alabama StateESPN
Charlotte – Florida AtlanticCBSSN
8:15pFAMU – North CarolinaACCN
10:30pVanderbilt – HawaiiCBSSN

Week one

Thursday, September 1

Time ETGameTV
6:00pSt. Francis (PA) – AkronESPN3
7:00pCentral Michigan – Oklahoma StateFS1
West Virginia – PittsburghESPN
Ball State – TennesseeSECN
LIU – ToledoESPN3
Bryant – Florida InternationalESPN3
South Carolina State – UCFESPN+
7:30pVMI – Wake ForestACCN
8:00pPenn State – PurdueFOX
Louisiana Tech – MissouriESPNU
Eastern Illinois – Northern IllinoisESPN+
Alabama A&M – UABCBSSN
9:00pNew Mexico State – MinnesotaBTN
10:30pCal Poly – Fresno StateFS1

Friday, September 2

Time ETGameTV
7:00pWestern Michigan – Michigan StateESPN
Virginia Tech – Old DominionESPNU
Eastern Kentucky – Eastern MichiganESPN3
William & Mary – CharlotteESPN3
7:30pTemple – DukeACCN
8:00pIllinois – IndianaFS1
Tennessee Tech – KansasESPN+
10:00pTCU – ColoradoESPN

Saturday, September 3

Time ETGameTV
NoonSouth Dakota State – IowaFS1
Buffalo – MarylandBTN
Colorado State – MichiganABC
NC State – East CarolinaESPN
North Carolina – Appalachian StateESPNU
Sam Houston State – Texas A&MSECN
Rutgers – Boston CollegeACCN
Delaware – NavyCBSSN
12:30pRichmond – VirginiaESPN3
2:00pSoutheast Missouri State – Iowa StateESPN+
3:30pOregon – GeorgiaABC
Cincinnati – ArkansasESPN
Arizona – San Diego StateCBS
UTEP – OklahomaFOX
Tulsa – WyomingFS1
North Dakota – NebraskaBTN
Bethune-Cookman – MiamiACCN
Norfolk State – MarshallESPN3
Houston – UTSACBSSN
4:00pBYU – South FloridaESPNU
Troy – MississippiSECN
5:00pNicholls – South AlabamaESPN3
6:00pMorgan State – Georgia SouthernESPN3
Florida Atlantic – OhioESPN+
Middle Tennessee – James MadisonESPN+
7:00pIllinois State – WisconsinFS1
7:00pUtah – FloridaESPN
Grambling – Arkansas StateESPN3
Miami (Ohio) – KentuckyESPN+
or SECN+
Elon – VanderbiltESPN+
or SECN+
Mercer – AuburnESPN+
or SECN+
South Dakota – Kansas StateESPN+
Albany – BaylorESPN+
UMass – TulaneESPN+
Army – Coastal CarolinaESPN+
SE Louisiana – LouisianaESPN+
Liberty – Southern MissESPN+
7:30pNotre Dame – Ohio StateABC
Memphis – Mississippi StateESPNU
Utah State – AlabamaSECN
Georgia State – South CarolinaESPN+
or SECN+
SMU – North TexasCBSSN
8:00pLouisville – SyracuseACCN
Louisiana-Monroe – TexasLHN
Murray State – Texas TechESPN+
10:30pBoise State – Oregon StateESPN
Kent State – WashingtonFS1

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Sunday, September 4

Time ETGameTV
3:00pFlorida A&M – Jackson StateESPN2
7:00pFort Valley State – TuskegeeESPNU
7:30pFSU – LSUABC

Monday, September 5

Time ETGameTV
8:00pClemson – Georgia TechESPN

Week two

Friday, September 9

Time ETGameTV
7:30pLouisville – UCFESPN2
9:00pBoise State – New MexicoCBSSN

Saturday, September 10

Time ETGameTV
NoonAlabama – TexasFOX
Duke – NorthwesternFS1
Arkansas State – Ohio StateBTN
Western Illinois – MinnesotaBTN
Ohio – Penn StateABC
South Carolina – ArkansasESPN
Missouri – Kansas StateESPN2
North Carolina – Georgia StateESPNU
Wake Forest – VanderbiltSECN
Southern Miss – MiamiACCN
UTSA – ArmyCBSSN
12:30pCharleston Southern – NC StateESPN3
1:00pSouth Alabama – Central MichiganESPN+
2:00pWestern Michigan – Ball StateESPN+
2:30pMarshall – Notre Dametbd (NBC net)
3:30pWashington State – WisconsinFOX
Colorado – Air ForceCBS
Tennessee – PittsburghABC
Appalachian State – Texas A&MESPN2
Furman – ClemsonACCN
Kennesaw State – CincinnatiESPN+
Memphis – NavyCBSSN
4:00pHouston – Texas TechFS1
Iowa State – IowaBTN
Akron – Michigan StateBTN
Indiana State – PurdueBTN
Wagner – RutgersBTN
Virginia – IllinoisESPNU
Samford – GeorgiaSECN
Eastern Kentucky – Bowling GreenESPN3
Norfolk State – James MadisonESPN3
6:00pKansas – West VirginiaESPN+
Robert Morris – Miami (Ohio)ESPN3
SE Louisiana – Florida AtlanticESPN3
Old Dominion – East CarolinaESPN+
Holy Cross – BuffaloESPN+
Gardner-Webb – Coastal CarolinaESPN+
UAB – LibertyESPN+
7:00pKentucky – FloridaESPN
Central Arkansas – MississippiESPN+
or SECN+
Western Carolina – Georgia TechACCNX
or ESPN+
Stephen F. Austin – Louisiana TechESPN3
Alabama A&M – TroyESPN3
Kent State – OklahomaESPN+
Lamar – SMUESPN+
UMass – ToledoESPN+
Howard – South FloridaESPN+
Alcorn State – TulaneESPN+
Northern Illinois – TulsaESPN+
Florida International – Texas StateESPN+
Syracuse – UConnCBSSN
7:30pGeorgia Southern – NebraskaFS1
USC – StanfordABC
Arizona State – Oklahoma StateESPN2
San Jose State – AuburnESPNU
Southern – LSUSECN
Texas Southern – North TexasESPN3
McNeese – RiceESPN3
8:00pHawaii – MichiganBTN
Idaho – IndianaBTN
Boston College – Virginia TechACCN
Nicholls – UL-MonroeESPN3
Tarleton State – TCUESPN+
9:00pNew Mexico State – UTEPESPN+
10:15pBaylor – BYUESPN
10:30pOregon State – Fresno StateCBSSN
11:00pMississippi State – ArizonaFS1
tbdLafayette – TempleESPN+

Week three

Friday, September 16

Time ETGameTV
7:00pFSU – LouisvilleESPN
8:00pAir Force – WyomingCBSSN

Saturday, September 17

Time ETGameTV
11:00aWofford – Virginia TechACCN
NoonOklahoma – NebraskaFOX
Texas State – BaylorFS1
Western Kentucky – IndianaBTN
Southern Illinois – NorthwesternBTN
UConn – MichiganABC
Georgia – South CarolinaESPN
Purdue – SyracuseESPN2
Cincinnati – Miami (Ohio)ESPNU
Youngstown State – KentuckySECN
LIU – Kent StateESPN3
Abilene Christian – MissouriESPN+
or SECN+
Villanova – ArmyCBSSN
1:00pBucknell – Central MichiganESPN3
Buffalo – Coastal CarolinaESPN+
Towson – West VirginiaESPN+
2:00pOld Dominion – VirginiaACCN
Ohio – Iowa StateESPN+
Murray State – Ball StateESPN+
2:30pCal – Notre Dametbd (NBC net)
3:00pTulane – Kansas StateESPN+
3:30pBYU – OregonFOX
New Mexico State – WisconsinBTN
Penn State – AuburnCBS
Mississippi – Georgia TechABC
Colorado – MinnesotaESPN2
Troy – Appalachian StateESPN+
Vanderbilt – Northern IllinoisCBSSN
4:00pUT-Martin – Boise StateFS1
Kansas – HoustonESPNU
Louisiana-Monroe – AlabamaSECN
5:00pLiberty – Wake ForestACCN
6:00pMississippi State – LSUESPN
North Carolina A&T – DukeACCNX
or ESPN+
Campbell – East CarolinaESPN+
7:00pToledo – Ohio StateFOX
Texas Tech – NC StateESPN2
Northwestern State at
Southern Miss
ESPN3
Akron – TennesseeESPN+
or SECN+
Missouri State – ArkansasESPN+
or SECN+
Arkansas-Pine Bluff – Oklahoma StateESPN+
Jacksonville State – TulsaESPN+
Tennessee State – Middle TennesseeESPN+
Arkansas State – MemphisESPN+
Charlotte – Georgia StateESPN+
7:30pSMU – MarylandFS1
Nevada – IowaBTN
Michigan State – WashingtonABC
Pittsburgh – Western MichiganESPNU
South Florida – FloridaSECN
Maine – Boston CollegeESPN3
Louisiana – RiceESPN+
UCF – Florida AtlanticCBSSN
8:00pLouisiana Tech – ClemsonACCN
UTSA – TexasLHN
9:00pMiami – Texas A&MESPN
10:00pSan Diego State – UtahESPN2
10:30pFresno State – USCFOX
11:00pNorth Dakota State – ArizonaFS1
tbdRutgers – TempleESPN+

Week four

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Thursday, September 22

Time ETGameTV
7:30pWest Virginia – Virginia TechESPN
Coastal Carolina – Georgia StateESPNU
8:30pChattanooga – IllinoisBTN

Friday, September 23

Time ETGameTV
7:30pVirginia – SyracuseESPN
8:00pNevada – Air ForceFS1
9:00pBoise State – UTEPCBSSN

Saturday, September 24

Time ETGameTV
NoonKent State – GeorgiaESPN+
or SECN+
tbdCBSSN
3:30ptbd (SEC)CBS
FIU – WKUCBSSN
7:00pUNLV – Utah StateCBSSN
7:30pNew Mexico – LSUESPN+
or SECN+
Florida Atlantic – PurdueBTN
10:30pWestern Michigan – San Jose StateCBSSN
tbdWisconsin – Ohio StateABC
tbdWyoming – BYUtbd (ESPN net)
tbdAkron – Libertytbd (ESPN net)
tbdCentral Michigan – Penn StateBTN
tbdMiami (Ohio) – NorthwesternBTN

Week five

Thursday, September 29

Time ETGameTV
8:00pUtah State – BYUESPN

Friday, September 30

Time ETGameTV
7:00pTulane – HoustonESPN
7:30pUTSA – Middle TennesseeCBSSN
8:00pSan Diego State – Boise StateFS1
10:30pWashington – UCLAESPN
11:00pNew Mexico – UNLVCBSSN

Saturday, October 1

Time ETGameTV
NoonNavy – Air ForceCBS
Eastern Washington – FloridaESPN+
or SECN+
Georgia State – ArmyCBSSN
3:30ptbd (SEC)CBS
Fresno State – UConnCBSSN
7:30pSan Jose State – WyomingCBSSN
tbdNorthwestern – Penn Statetbd (ESPN net)
tbdTroy – Western Kentuckytbd (ESPN net)
tbdUTEP – Charlottetbd (ESPN net)
tbdUAB – Ricetbd (ESPN net)
tbdFlorida Atlantic – North Texastbd (ESPN net)

Week six

Friday, October 7

Time ETGameTV
7:00pNebraska – RutgersFS1
7:30pHouston – MemphisESPN2
10:30pColorado State – NevadaFS1
UNLV – San Jose StateCBSSN

Saturday, October 8

Time ETGameTV
Noontbd (MAC)CBSSN
3:30ptbd (SEC)CBS
Tulsa – NavyCBSSN
7:00pWyoming – New MexicoCBSSN
7:30pBYU – Notre Dametbd (NBC net)
8:00ptbd (SEC)CBS
10:30pHawaii – San Diego StateCBSSN
tbdTexas – OklahomaABC
tbdUConn – Florida Internationaltbd (ESPN net)
tbdUTEP – Louisiana Techtbd (ESPN net)
tbdWestern Kentucky – UTSAtbd (ESPN net)

Week seven

Wednesday, October 12

Time ETGameTV
7:30pLouisiana – MarshallESPN2

Thursday, October 13

Time ETGameTV
7:00pTemple – UCFESPN
Baylor – West VirginiaFS1

Friday, October 14

Time ETGameTV
7:30pNavy – SMUESPN
8:00pUTSA – FIUCBSSN

Saturday, October 15

Time ETGameTV
NoonColgate – ArmyCBSSN
3:30ptbd (SEC)CBS
tbd (MAC)CBSSN
7:00pUtah State – Colorado StateCBSSN
7:30pStanford – Notre Dametbd (NBC net)
10:30pAir Force – UNLVCBSSN
tbdArkansas – BYUtbd (ESPN net)
tbdGardner-Webb – Libertytbd (ESPN net)
tbdRice – Florida Atlantictbd (ESPN net)
tbdWestern Kentucky – Middle Tennesseetbd (ESPN net)
tbdLouisiana Tech – North Texastbd (ESPN net)

Week eight

Wednesday, October 19

Time ETGameTV
7:30pGeorgia State – Appalachian StateESPN2

Thursday, October 20

Time ETGameTV
7:30pVirginia – Georgia TechESPN
Troy – South AlabamaESPNU

Friday, October 21

Time ETGameTV
7:30pTulsa – TempleESPN2
8:00pUAB – WKUCBSSN

Saturday, October 22

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Time ETGameTV
NoonHouston – Navytbd (ESPN nets)
UL-Monroe – ArmyCBSSN
2:30pUNLV – Notre Dametbd (NBC net)
3:30ptbd (SEC)CBS
tbd (MAC)CBSSN
7:00pBoise State – Air ForceCBSSN
10:30pSan Diego State – NevadaCBSSN
tbdBYU – Libertytbd (ESPN net)
tbdFlorida International – Charlottetbd (ESPN net)
tbdRice – Louisiana Techtbd (ESPN net)
tbdFlorida Atlantic – UTEPtbd (ESPN net)

Week nine

Thursday, October 27

Time ETGameTV
7:30pVirginia Tech – NC StateESPN
Louisiana – Southern MissESPNU
10:00pUtah – Washington StateFS1

Friday, October 28

Time ETGameTV
8:00pEast Carolina – BYUESPN2
Louisiana Tech – FIUCBSSN

Saturday, October 29

Time ETGameTV
NoonBoston College – UConnCBSSN
3:30pGeorgia – FloridaCBS
Temple – NavyCBSSN
7:00pUAB – FAUCBSSN
10:30pNevada – San Jose StateCBSSN
tbdArizona State – Coloradotbd (ESPN net)
tbdCharlotte – Ricetbd (ESPN net)
tbdMiddle Tennessee – UTEPtbd (ESPN net)

Week ten

Tuesday, November 1

Time ETGameTV
7:00 or
7:30p
Buffalo – OhioESPN2
or ESPNU
Ball State – Kent StateESPN2
or ESPNU

Wednesday, November 2

Time ETGameTV
7:00pCentral Michigan – Northern IllinoisESPN2
or ESPNU
Western Michigan – Bowling GreenESPN2
or ESPNU

Thursday, November 3

Time ETGameTV
7:00pUTEP – RiceCBSSN
7:30pAppalachian State – Coastal CarolinaESPN

Friday, November 4

Time ETGameTV
7:00pDuke – Boston CollegeESPN2
UMass – UConnCBSSN
10:30pOregon State – WashingtonESPN2

Saturday, November 5

Time ETGameTV
11:30aAir Force – ArmyCBS
NoonWKU – CharlotteCBSSN
3:30ptbd (SEC)CBS
New Mexico – Utah StateCBSSN
7:00pUNLV – San Diego StateCBSSN
7:30pClemson – Notre Dametbd (NBC net)
tbdMiddle Tennessee – Louisiana Techtbd (ESPN net)
tbdFlorida International – North Texastbd (ESPN net)

Week eleven

Tuesday, November 8

Time ETGameTV
7:00pOhio – Miami (Ohio),
Ball State – Toledo
or Eastern Michigan – Akron
CBSSN
7:00pESPNU
7:30pESPN2

Wednesday, November 9

Time ETGameTV
7:00pNorthern Illinois – Western Michigan,
Buffalo – Central Michigan
or Kent State – Bowling Green
CBSSN,
ESPN2
or ESPNU

Thursday, November 10

Time ETGameTV
7:30pTulsa – MemphisESPN
Georgia Southern – LouisianaESPNU

Friday, November 11

Time ETGameTV
7:30pEast Carolina – CincinnatiESPN2
9:30pColorado – USCFS1
10:30pFresno State – UNLVCBSSN

Saturday, November 12

Time ETGameTV
NoonNotre Dame – Navy
Baltimore, Md.
ABC
or ESPN
tbd (SEC)CBS
Liberty – UConnCBSSN
3:30ptbd (SEC)CBS
New Mexico – Air ForceCBSSN
7:00pWyoming – Colorado StateCBSSN
10:30pBoise State – NevadaCBSSN
tbdCharlotte – Middle Tennesseetbd (ESPN net)
tbdLouisiana Tech – UTSAtbd (ESPN net)
tbdRice – Western Kentuckytbd (ESPN net)

Week twelve

Tuesday, November 15

Time ETGameTV
7:00pOhio – Ball StateESPN2
or ESPNU
Bowling Green – ToledoESPN2
or ESPNU

Wednesday, November 16

Time ETGameTV
6:00pMiami (Ohio) – Northern Illinois,
Western Michigan – Central Michigan
or Eastern Michigan – Kent State
CBSSN
7 or
8:00p
ESPN2
or ESPNU
ESPN2
or ESPNU

Thursday, November 17

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Time ETGameTV
tbdSMU – TulaneESPN

Friday, November 18

Time ETGameTV
9:00pSouth Florida – TulsaESPN2
TBASan Diego State – New MexicoFS1

Saturday, November 19

Time ETGameTV
NoonUConn – ArmyCBSSN
Austin Peay – AlabamaESPN+
or SECN+
2:30pBoston College – Notre Dametbd (NBC net)
3:30ptbd (SEC)CBS
Akron – BuffaloCBSSN
Utah Tech – BYUESPN3
7:00pBoise State – WyomingCBSSN
10:30pFresno State – NevadaCBSSN
tbdUMass – Texas A&MESPN+
or SECN+
tbdETSU – Mississippi StateESPN+
or SECN+
tbdVirginia Tech – Libertytbd (ESPN net)
tbdFlorida Atlantic – Middle Tennesseetbd (ESPN net)
tbdUTSA – Ricetbd (ESPN net)
tbdLouisiana Tech – Charlottetbd (ESPN net)
tbdFlorida International – UTEPtbd (ESPN net)

Week thirteen

Tuesday, November 22

Time ETGameTV
7:00pBall State – Miami (Ohio)ESPNU
or ESPN+
7:00pBowling Green – OhioESPNU
or ESPN+

Thursday, November 24

Time ETGameTV
7:00pMississippi State – MississippiESPN

Friday, November 25

Time ETGameTV
NoonUtah State – Boise StateCBS
Central Michigan – Eastern Michigan
or Toledo – Western Michigan
CBSSN,
ESPNU
Noon,
1:00p
or 3:30p
NC State – North CarolinaABC
or ESPN
3:00pArizona State – ArizonaFS1
3:30pArkansas – MissouriCBS
New Mexico – Colorado StateCBSSN
4:00pNebraska – IowaBTN
4:30pUCLA – CalFOX
7:30pFlorida – FSUABC
10:00pWyoming – Fresno StateFS1
tbdTulane – Cincinnati
UCF – South Florida
Tulsa – Houston
ABC
or ESPN
tbdBaylor – TexasABC
or ESPN

Saturday, November 26

Time ETGameTV
NoonMichigan – Ohio StateFOX
WKU – Florida AtlanticCBSSN
3:30ptbd (SEC)CBS
UAB – Louisiana TechCBSSN
9:00pAir Force – San Diego StateCBSSN
tbdNew Mexico State – Libertytbd (ESPN net)
tbdWest Virginia – Oklahoma Statetbd (ESPN net)
tbdOregon – Oregon Statetbd (ESPN net)
tbdMiddle Tennessee – Florida Internationaltbd (ESPN net)
tbdRice – North Texastbd (ESPN net)

Week fourteen

Friday, December 2

Time ETGameTV
8:00pPac-12 ChampionshipFOX
C-USA ChampionshipCBSSN

Saturday, December 3

Time ETGameTV
NoonMAC ChampionshipESPN
3:30pSun Belt ChampionshipESPN
4:00pSEC ChampionshipCBS
American Athletic ChampionshipABC
Mountain West ChampionshipFOX
8:00pBig Ten ChampionshipFOX
tbdBig 12 ChampionshipABC
tbdACC ChampionshipABC

Week fifteen

Saturday, December 10

Time ETGameTV
3:00pArmy – NavyCBS

College football bowl TV schedule

Friday, December 16

Time ETGameTV
11:30aBahamas BowlESPN
3:00pCure BowlESPN

Saturday, December 17

Time ETGameTV
11:00aFenway BowlESPN
NoonCelebration BowlABC
2:15pNew Mexico BowlESPN
3:30pLA BowlABC
5:45pLendingTree BowlESPN
7:30pLas Vegas BowlABC
9:15pFrisco BowlESPN

Monday, December 19

Time ETGameTV
2:30pMyrtle Beach BowlESPN

Tuesday, December 20

Time ETGameTV
3:30pFamous Idaho Potato BowlESPN
7:30pBoca Raton BowlESPN

Wednesday, December 21

Time ETGameTV
9:00pNew Orleans BowlESPN

Thursday, December 22

Time ETGameTV
7:30pArmed Forces BowlESPN

Friday, December 23

Time ETGameTV
tbdIndependence BowlESPN
tbdGasparilla BowlESPN

Saturday, December 24

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Time ETGameTV
8:00pHawaii BowlESPN

Monday, December 26

Time ETGameTV
2:30pQuick Lane BowlESPN

Tuesday, December 27

Time ETGameTV
NoonCamellia BowlESPN
3:15 or
6:45p
First Responder BowlESPN
3:15 or
6:45p
Birmingham BowlESPN
10:15pGuaranteed Rate BowlESPN

Wednesday, December 28

Time ETGameTV
2:00pMilitary BowlESPN
5:30pLiberty BowlESPN
8:00pHoliday BowlFOX
9:00pTexas BowlESPN

Thursday, December 29

Time ETGameTV
2:00pPinstripe BowlESPN
5:30pCheez-It BowlESPN
9:00pAlamo BowlESPN

Friday, December 30

Time ETGameTV
NoonSun BowlCBS
Charlotte BowlESPN
3:30pGator BowlESPN
7:30p or 8:00pOrange BowlESPN

Saturday, December 31

Time ETGameTV
NoonMusic City BowlABC
NoonSugar BowlESPN
4:00 or
8:00p
CFP semifinal
Peach Bowl
ESPN
4:00 or
8:00p
CFP semifinal
Fiesta Bowl
ESPN

Monday, January 2

Time ETGameTV
NoonTampa Bay BowlESPN2
1:00pCitrus BowlABC
1:00pCotton Bowl ClassicESPN
5:00pRose Bowl GameESPN

Monday, January 9

Time ETGameTV
tbdCollege Football Playoff National ChampionshipESPN

How to stream college football games

You can stream college football games throughout the season via the major streaming providers YouTube TV, DirecTV Stream, Sling, Hulu with Live TV or Fubo TV. ESPN/ABC and FS1 are available on all of the major streaming providers. Local affiliate availability depends on the market, but local affiliates are generally available on the major services. For a full list of sports channel availablity on these streaming services, see the Sports Media Watch sports streaming guide.

The aforementioned streaming services will not have access to every game, as some will air exclusively via a direct-to-subscriber service like Peacock or ESPN+. You can sign-up for ESPN+ here.

If you subscribe to the major streaming services, you will be able to authenticate the corresponding apps: the ESPN app, Fox Sports app, NBC Sports app and Paramount+. The Fox Sports app and NBC Sports app are free, the ESPN app is free except for ESPN+ (which costs $5), and Paramount+ requires a $5 subscription. Smaller networks like beIN and Stadium are also available via streaming providers and streaming apps.

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College football TV schedule highlights

— Due to the NFL scheduling a Monday night game on January 2 (New Year’s Day observed), the Sugar Bowl will move to a rare December date and afternoon timeslot. The game is set for New Year’s Eve at Noon ET on ESPN.

— CBS has its annual primetime SEC game set for October 8, the date of the Alabama-Texas A&M game.

— ABC has a rare primetime game on Black Friday between Florida State and FSU.

— FOX has scheduled its blockbuster Alabama-Texas game for its Noon ET “Big Noon Saturday” window.

— In exchange for the services of broadcaster Joe Buck, ESPN has granted Fox Sports rights to an additional Big Ten game this season (Penn State-Purdue in week one).

— Next season (2023) will be the final year of the SEC on CBS before ESPN acquires the package and the first year of a new Big Ten media rights deal with Fox Sports and one or more still-undetermined partners.

FAQs

What channel are college football games on today? ›

Watch or stream every game with the 2022 college football TV schedule on ESPN/ABC, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC and more.
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College football TV schedule 2022.
Time ETGameTV
8:00pEastern Illinois – Northern IllinoisESPN+
Alabama A&M – UABCBSSN
9:00pNew Mexico State – MinnesotaBTN
10:30pCal Poly – Fresno StateFS1
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What football games are on TV today? ›

NFL TV schedule
Time ETGameTV
1:00pBroncos – BillsNFL Network
Lions – ColtsLocal
4:00pCommanders – ChiefsNFL Network
7:00pBuccaneers – TitansNFL Network
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What channel is the college football playoffs going to be on? ›

The 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship game will air live on ESPN and can be streamed in the ESPN app.

Is NCAA football on ABC? ›

Well, we have you covered. ABC is the place to be for college football this fall. The rich tradition of athletic competition established by ABC Sports continues with the best games each and every weekend during the college football season right through the best bowl games.

What time are the playoff games today? ›

Sunday, Jan. 16
MatchupStart timeTV channel
Buccaneers 31, Eagles 151:05 p.m. ETFox
49ers 23, Cowboys 174:40 p.m. ETCBS, Nickelodeon
Chiefs 42, Steelers 218:15 p.m. ETNBC
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How can I watch college football today? ›

Hulu + Live TV subscribers can watch college football games on ESPN, ABC, BTN, FOX, FS1, CBS, and SEC ESPN Network.

Who's going to the Super Bowl this year? ›

Rams vs. Bengals. Los Angeles Rams: With their win over the 49ers, the Rams become the second team to play the Super Bowl in their home stadium.

Who is going to the Super Bowl 2022? ›

Super Bowl LVI will be played between the Bengals and Rams, marking the first time these teams have met in a championship. 2. This is the Bengals' first Super Bowl appearance since 1988, when they lost to the 49ers, 20-16.

What are the college football teams? ›

NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision

How can I Watch football on ABC? ›

Watch NFL on ABC Online Using the Official 'Go' App and Website. One of the ways to watch NFL on ABC is by using the official 'Go' app and ABC's website. Both the website and app stream NFL ABC live.

Will the Orange Bowl be on ABC? ›

ESPN will continue to televise the Orange Bowl through December 31, 2025 as part of its broadcast deal with the College Football Playoff. The Orange Bowl and Fiesta Bowl are the only two bowl games ever to air on all the "big 4" broadcast television networks in the United States (ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox).

How can I watch ABC football without cable? ›

You can watch ABC without cable with a free trial on Hulu with Live TV, Youtube TV, or Fubo. You can also watch it with a subscription to Vidgo.

What channel is the Alabama game on today? ›

1 Alabama and No. 4 Cincinnati will be broadcast nationally on ESPN.
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What channel is Alabama vs. Cincinnati on today?
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What channel is the Georgia game on today? ›

3 Georgia will be broadcast nationally on ESPN. Chris Fowler (play-by-play) and Kirk Herbstreit (analyst) will call the game from the booth, while Holly Rowe and Marty Smith will report from the sidelines. You can also stream the game with the ESPN app or live with fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

What channel is the national championship game on? ›

And what channel is airing the games? ESPN is airing the NCAA national championship, and it will offer extensive pregame coverage, starting at 1:30 p.m. ET. Things will start getting serious at 5:57 p.m. ET, with the kickoff of College GameDay and the official pregame show starting at 7:30 p.m. ET.

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