Monday Pickups: Setting the TV slate for Week 11, Nov. 9

By Jerry Hinnen | College Football Writer

Zach Mettenberger will attempt to lead LSU to the upset of Alabama the Tigers so narrowly missed in 2012. (USATSI)
Zach Mettenberger will attempt to lead LSU to the upset of Alabama the Tigers so narrowly missed in 2012. (USATSI)
Each Monday, conferences, TV networks, and schools announce when and on what network they'll be kicking off a week from this coming Saturday -- in this case, Week 11, Nov. 9. Here's the rundown of this Monday's television announcements, conference by conference. All times ET. Post will update as announcements go live.

SEC on CBS -- special doubleheader
TeamsComment

3:30 PM

VS.

With the help of Mike Evans, Ben Malena, Jake Matthews, and the rest of the hyper-productive Aggie offense, Johnny Manziel looks to continue his Heisman push against a stingy Mississippi State defense.
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8 PM

VS.

Can the Tide be stopped? In a raucous prime-time atmosphere at Bryant-Denny Stadium, it won't be easy. But Les Miles' team pulled it off two years ago, and came within seconds of downing the Tide again in 2012. AJ McCarron is humming and the Tide defense has been on lock down. But this might still be the best chance the rest of the SEC has at preventing another Alabama BCS championship berth.

Saturday, Nov. 9
GameTimeTV
Auburn at TennesseeNoonESPN
Missouri at KentuckyNoonESPNU or Fox Sports Net
Vanderbilt at FloridaNoonESPNU or Fox Sports Net
Arkansas at Ole Miss12:21 p.m.SEC TV (regional)
Appalachian State at Georgia12:30"Local/Institutional Point-to-Point"

Saturday, Nov. 9
GameTimeTV
Penn State at MinnesotaNoonESPN2
Iowa at PurdueNoonBig Ten Network
Nebraska at Michigan3:30ABC or ESPN
BYU at Wisconsin3:30 p.m.ABC or ESPN
Illinois at Indiana3:30 p.m.Big Ten Network

Saturday, Nov. 9
GameTimeTV
Virginia at North CarolinaNoonACC Network (regional)
Syracuse at Maryland3:30 p.m.Regional Sports Networks
Boston College at New Mexico State3:30 p.m.ESPN3 (Internet)
N.C. State at Duke4 p.m.ESPNU

The ACC and ESPN have exercised a six-day window option for Virginia Tech at Miami, Florida State at Wake Forest and Notre Dame at Pitt. Kickoff times for those games will be announced this Sunday, Nov. 3. All three games will air on either ABC or ESPN.

Thursday, Nov. 7
GameTimeTV
Oklahoma at Baylor7:30 p.m.Fox Sports 1
Saturday, Nov. 9
GameTimeTV
Kansas State at Texas TechNoon p.m.ABC
TCU at Iowa StateNoonFox Sports Net
Kansas at Oklahoma State4 p.m.Fox Sports 1
Texas at West Virginia7 p.m.Fox

Thursday, Nov. 7
GameTimeTV
Oregon at Stanford9 p.m.ESPN
Saturday, Nov. 9
GameTimeTV
USC at Cal3 p.m.Fox
Arizona State at Utah4 p.m.Pac-12 Networks
Colorado at Washington8 p.m.Pac-12 Networks
UCLA at Arizona10 p.m.ESPN

 
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