College Football Schedule, Matchups and Live TV Channels – Week 2 Sept 7

(Sporting Alert) — A full schedule of games on the calendar for this weekend, as College Football action continues with Week 2 action on Saturday around the country.

Live online streaming coverage will be on and WatchESPN, while ABC, ESPN, ESPNU, ESPN2, FOX Sports 1, CBS Sports Network, Big Ten Network, FOX and Pac-12 Network.

Several of the nation’s top ranked teams will be in action, including No. 2 Oregon who travel to face Virginia and No. 3 Ohio State, who will play host to San Diego State live on ESPN2, ABC and WatchESPN app.

After an impressive opening game, No. 4 Clemson will next face South Carolina State on ESPN3, with No. 5 Stanford hosting San Jose State, No. 6 South Carolina at No. 11 Georgia with a top matchup on the day, Sam Houston State going to No. 7 Texas A&M and No. 8 Louisville host Eastern Kentucky in other top ten teams schedule.

Elsewhere, No. 9 LSU tackle UAB, West Virginia travel to Norman to take on No. 16 Oklahoma, No. 12 Florida are at Miami (FL) and No. 13 Oklahoma State going to UTSA.
TIME (ET) MATCHUP TV: Saturday, September 7
12:00 PM Eastern Kentucky at No. 8 Louisville
12:00 PM No. 12 Florida at Miami (FL) ESPN,
12:00 PM No. 13 Oklahoma State at UTSA FOX Sports 1
12:00 PM Tennessee Tech at No. 21 Wisconsin Big Ten Network
12:00 PM Southeastern Louisiana at No. 24 TCU
12:00 PM Miami (OH) at Kentucky
12:00 PM South Florida at Michigan State
12:00 PM Norfolk State at Rutgers CBS Sports Network
12:00 PM Eastern Michigan at Penn State Big Ten Network
12:00 PM Houston at Temple
12:00 PM Cincinnati at Illinois
12:00 PM Missouri State at Iowa Big Ten Network
12:00 PM Bowling Green at Kent State
12:00 PM Indiana State at Purdue Big Ten Network
12:21 PM Western Kentucky at Tennessee
12:30 PM South Carolina State at No. 4 Clemson
12:30 PM Middle Tennessee at North Carolina
1:00 PM Army at Ball State
1:30 PM Western Carolina at Virginia Tech
2:00 PM Maine at Massachusetts
2:00 PM Weber State at Utah Pac-12 Network
2:00 PM Chattanooga at Georgia State
3:00 PM Tennessee-Martin at Boise State
3:00 PM New Hampshire at Central Michigan
3:30 PM No. 2 Oregon at Virginia ABC, ESPN2,
3:30 PM San Diego State at No. 3 Ohio State ABC, ESPN2,
3:30 PM Buffalo at No. 23 Baylor
3:30 PM Toledo at Missouri
3:30 PM Alcorn State at Mississippi State
3:30 PM Utah State at Air Force CBS Sports Network
3:30 PM South Alabama at Tulane
4:00 PM Old Dominion at Maryland
4:00 PM Idaho at Wyoming
4:30 PM No. 6 South Carolina at No. 11 Georgia, ESPN2
4:30 PM Duke at Memphis
5:00 PM Portland State at California Pac-12 Network
6:00 PM Syracuse at No. 19 Northwestern Big Ten Network
6:00 PM Southern Miss at No. 22 Nebraska Big Ten Network
6:00 PM Navy at Indiana Big Ten Network
6:00 PM Richmond at North Carolina State
6:00 PM James Madison at Akron
6:30 PM Gardner-Webb at Marshall
6:30 PM Louisiana-Lafayette at Kansas State FOX Sports 1
7:00 PM Sam Houston State at No. 7 Texas A&M
7:00 PM UAB at No. 9 LSU
7:00 PM No. 15 Texas at Brigham Young ESPN2
7:00 PM West Virginia at No. 16 Oklahoma FOX
7:00 PM Samford at Arkansas
7:00 PM Southeast Missouri State at Ole Miss
7:00 PM North Texas at Ohio
7:00 PM Colorado State at Tulsa CBS Sports Network
7:00 PM Prairie View A&M at Texas State
7:00 PM South Dakota at Kansas
7:00 PM Lamar at Louisiana Tech
7:00 PM Grambling State at Louisiana-Monroe
7:00 PM Stephen F. Austin at Texas Tech
7:00 PM Savannah State at Troy
7:00 PM Nicholls State at Western Michigan
7:30 PM Arkansas State at Auburn
7:30 PM Austin Peay at Vanderbilt
8:00 PM No. 14 Notre Dame at No. 17 Michigan ESPN and
8:00 PM Central Arkansas at Colorado
8:00 PM Minnesota at New Mexico State
8:00 PM Hawaii at Oregon State Pac-12 Network
8:00 PM Montana State at Southern Methodist
8:00 PM New Mexico at UTEP
9:05 PM UC Davis at Nevada
10:00 PM Cal Poly at Fresno State
10:30 PM Washington State at No. 25 USC FOX Sports 1
10:30 PM Arizona at UNLV CBS Sports Network
11:00 PM San Jose State at No. 5 Stanford Pac-12 Network

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Kobe Franz is a huge sports fan, but loves the Oklahoma City Thunder and the rivalry between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Franz also enjoys spending time with his family.

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