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ESPN3 Schedule: College Football Games On Sept. 9

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MIAMI, FL, Sporting Alert — The following is the ESPN3 schedule for the college football games playing in Week 2 on Saturday.

On the Week 2 schedule for this weekend are 14 games streaming live on ESPN3 and WatchESPN, although none will include an AP Top 25 games.

The first game on this list will start at 3:00 pm ET and it will see UAB taking on Ball State.

Five other games are slated to begin at 3:30, including Villanova at Temple and Eastern Illinois at NIU.

Meanwhile, after losing heavily to Oklahoma State last week, Tulsa will aim to bounce back when it entertains UL Lafayette, starting at 4:00 pm ET.

Toledo, who opened the season with a 47-13 win over Elon last Thursday night, will travel to Nevada for a 7 pm kickoff.

Meanwhile, North Texas and SMU who opened their respective seasons with victories in Week 1, will face off at Gerald J. Ford Stadium in Dallas, TX and we are expecting to see the scoreboard tick over.

Both teams scored well over 50 points in Week 1 and should have little worries scoring again in Week 2.

Elsewhere on the ESPN3 schedule this week, Austin Peay plays at Miami (Ohio), Howard will be at Kent State, while Alabama State will be playing at Troy.

College Football ESPN3 Schedule – Week 2

Saturday, September 9

UAB at Ball State 3:00 pm ESPN3
Austin Peay at Miami, OH 3:30 pm ESPN3
Eastern Illinois at NIU 3:30 pm ESPN3
Howard at Kent State 3:30 pm ESPN3
Savannah State at Appalachian State 3:30 pm ESPN3
Villanova at Temple 3:30 pm ESPN3
New Hampshire vs Georgia Southern 4:00 pm ESPN3
UL Lafayette at Tulsa 4:00 pm ESPN3
Alabama State at Troy 6:00 pm ESPN3
South Dakota at Bowling Green 6:00 pm ESPN3
Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Akron 6:30 pm ESPN3
North Texas at SMU 7:00 pm ESPN3
Toledo at Nevada 7:00 pm ESPN3
UNLV at Idaho 7:00 pm ESPN3


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