Monday Pickups: Setting the TV slate for Week 14, Nov. 30

By Jerry Hinnen | Staff Writer

This year's Iron Bowl will have a very different feel from 2012's. (USATSI)
This year's Iron Bowl will have a very different feel from 2012's. (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 14, Nov. 30. 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 -- Friday, Nov. 29
TeamsComment

2:30 PM

VS.

Bret Bielema has had a rough debut season in Fayetteville, but he can salvage something in a big way with an upset in Baton Rouge. Les Miles's Tigers will be aiming to improve their standing in the bowl pecking order and bring home the Golden Boot.

SEC on CBS -- Saturday, Nov. 30
TeamsComment

3:30 PM

VS.

In arguably the biggest Iron Bowl showdown in the rivalry's rich history, No. 1 Alabama and No. 6 Auburn square off with the SEC West title -- not to mention both teams' national championship hopes -- on the line. Can Auburn's powerhouse running game and a raucous Jordan-Hare Stadium crowd help spring the upset, or will AJ McCarron and Co. march on towards the BCS title?

Thursday, Nov. 28
GameTimeTV
Ole Miss at Mississippi State7:30 p.m.ESPN
Saturday, Nov. 30
GameTimeTV
Florida State at FloridaNoonESPN
Wake Forest at Vanderbilt12:21 p.m.SEC TV
Georgia at Georgia Tech3:30 p.m.ABC/ESPN/ESPN2
Tennessee at Kentucky7 p.m.ESPNU
Clemson at South Carolina7 p.m.ESPN2
Texas A&M at Missouri7:45 p.m.ESPN

Friday, Nov. 29
GameTimeTV
Miami at Pitt3:30 p.m.ABC
Saturday, Nov. 30
GameTimeTV
Florida State at FloridaNoonESPN
Wake Forest at Vanderbilt12:21 p.m.SEC TV
Maryland at N.C. State12:30 p.m.ACC Network (regional)
Boston College at Syracuse3:30 p.m.Regional Sports Networks
Georgia at Georgia Tech3:30 p.m.ABC/ESPN/ESPN2
Clemson at South Carolina7 p.m.ESPN2

The ACC announced six-day windows have been exercised for Virginia Tech at Virginia and Duke and North Carolina. The games will air on either ESPN2 or ESPNU and kick off at either Noon or 3:30 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 28
GameTimeTV
Texas Tech at Texas7:30 p.m.Fox Sports 1
Saturday, Nov. 30
GameTimeTV
Kansas State at KansasNoonFox Sports 1
Baylor at TCU3:30 OR 8 p.m.ABC/ESPN/ESPN2
Iowa State at West Virginia4 p.m.Fox Sports 1

Friday, Nov. 29
GameTimeTV
Iowa at NebraskaNoonABC
Saturday, Nov. 30
GameTimeTV
Ohio State at MichiganNoonABC
Northwestern at Illinois3:30 p.m.Big Ten Network

Penn State at Wisconsin will kick off at 3:30 p.m., though TV info has yet to be announced. Both kickoff time and TV info for Purdue at Indiana and Minnesota at Michigan State remain TBD.

Friday, Nov. 29
GameTimeTV
Washington State at Washington3:30 p.m.Fox
Oregon State at Oregon7 p.m.Fox Sports 1
Saturday, Nov. 30
GameTimeTV
Notre Dame at Stanford7 p.m.Fox
Arizona at Arizona State9:30 p.m.Pac-12

UCLA at USC will either kick off at 3:30 p.m. and air on ABC, ESPN and ESPN2, or at 8 p.m. on ABC. A kickoff time for Colorado at Utah is also still TBD.

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