Monday Pickups: Setting the TV slate for Week 6, Oct. 5
Here's Monday's conference-by-conference television announcements for the weekend of Oct. 5.
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 5, Sept. 28. Here's the rundown of this Monday's television announcements, conference by conference. All times ET. Post will update as announcements go live.
|Saturday, Oct. 5|
|Georgia State at Alabama||12:21 p.m.||SEC TV (regional)|
|LSU at Mississippi State||7 p.m.||ESPN or ESPN2 or ESPNU|
|Kentucky at South Carolina||7:30 p.m.||Fox Sports Net|
|Missouri at Vanderbilt||7:30 p.m.||CSS|
The SEC and its television partners have announced that they will use a six-day window option for the games of Oct. 5. The 3:30 p.m. SEC on CBS game will feature either Arkansas at Florida, Ole Miss at Auburn, or Georgia at Tennessee. The two games that are not chosen for the 3:30 p.m. kickoff will kick off at 7 p.m. on either ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU.
The ACC announced that ESPN is using its six-day window for the following games: Clemson at Syracuse, Maryland at Florida State and Georgia Tech at Miami.
|Saturday, Oct. 5|
|Penn State at Indiana||Noon||Big Ten Network|
|Illinois at Nebraska||Noon||ESPN or ESPN2 or ESPNU|
|Michigan State at Iowa||Noon||ESPN or ESPN2 or ESPNU|
|Minnesota at Michigan||3:30 p.m.||ABC (ESPN/ESPN2 regional mirror)|
|Ohio State at Northwestern||8 p.m.||ABC|
|Thursday, Oct. 3|
|UCLA at Utah||10 p.m.||Fox Sports 1|
|Saturday, Sept. 28|
|Washington State at Cal||4 p.m.||Fox Sports 1|
|Oregon at Colorado||6 p.m.||Pac-12 Networks|
|Arizona State vs. Notre Dame||7:30 p.m.||NBC|
|Washington at Stanford||10:30 p.m.||ESPN|
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