2016 College Football TV Schedule for September 17th

The college football TV schedule for September 17th, 2016 is published for fans to enjoy for free. The games will get started at 12:00 PM Eastern Time. We have some great matchups this week after an exciting week of college football last weekend. One of the most anticipated games of the weekend is #2 ranked Florida State traveling to take on the #10 ranked Louisville Cardinals. We also get treated to #1 Alabama traveling to take on #19 Ole Miss. The Crimson Tide will be looking to avenge their loss to Ole Miss last season, while the Rebels will be looking to get their first big signature win of the season. For the night games, we also get to see Mississippi State travel to take on #20 LSU, and #12 Michigan State playing at #18 Notre Dame, and #3 Ohio State traveling to take on #14 Oklahoma. If you would like to check out the college football helmet schedule or regular season schedule of your favorite team, we have a number of them posted here for fans to enjoy. Let’s play some football!

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2016 College Football TV Schedule for Saturday, September 17th

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12:00 PM 2 Florida State @ 10 Louisville ABC
12:00 PM 25 Miami @ Appalachian State ESPN
12:00 PM Ohio @ 15 Tennessee SEC Network
12:00 PM Temple @ Penn State BTN
12:00 PM Georgia State @ 9 Wisconsin BTN
12:00 PM Akron @ Marshall CBS Sports Network
12:00 PM North Dakota State @ 13 Iowa ESPN2
12:00 PM Iowa State @ TCU FS1
12:00 PM Kansas @ Memphis ESPNU
12:00 PM New Mexico @ Rutgers ESPNEWS
12:00 PM South Carolina State @ 5 Clemson ACC RSNs
12:00 PM Middle Tennessee @ Bowling Green Amer Sports Ntwk
12:30 PM Vanderbilt @ Georgia Tech ACC Network
1:30 PM Virginia @ Connecticut SNY ESPN3
2:00 PM Idaho @ Washington State Pac-12 Network
2:00 PM North Carolina A&T @ Tulsa ESPN3
2:30 PM Florida Atlantic @ Kansas State FSN regional
3:00 PM Eastern Kentucky @ Ball State ESPN3
3:00 PM UNLV @ Central Michigan ESPN3
3:00 PM Fresno State @ Toledo WTOL 11 Toledo KSEE 24 Fresno ESPN3
3:30 PM Boston College @ Virginia Tech ESPNU
3:30 PM Colorado @ 4 Michigan BTN
3:30 PM San Diego State @ Northern Illinois CBS Sports Network
3:30 PM 22 Oregon @ Nebraska ABC
3:30 PM 1 Alabama @ 19 Ole Miss CBS
3:30 PM Pittsburgh @ Oklahoma State ESPN
3:30 PM James Madison @ North Carolina ACC RSNs
3:30 PM Florida International @ Massachusetts Amer Sports Ntwk
3:30 PM Monmouth @ Kent State ESPN3
3:30 PM Western Kentucky @ Miami (OH) ESPN3 Buckeye Cable Time Warner NY
3:30 PM South Florida @ Syracuse ACC Digital
4:00 PM New Mexico State @ Kentucky SEC Network (alt)
4:00 PM Northern Colorado @ Colorado State Root Sports (Rocky SW)
4:00 PM Western Michigan @ Illinois ESPNEWS
4:00 PM East Carolina @ South Carolina SEC Network
4:00 PM UC-Davis @ Wyoming Mountain West Digital
5:00 PM Idaho State @ Oregon State Pac-12 Network
6:00 PM ULM @ Georgia Southern ESPN3
6:00 PM Old Dominion @ N.C. State ACC Digital
6:00 PM Eastern Michigan @ Charlotte cusa.tv
6:30 PM Delaware @ Wake Forest ACC Digital
7:00 PM 17 Texas A&M @ Auburn ESPN
7:00 PM Mississippi State @ 20 LSU ESPN2
7:00 PM Maryland @ UCF CBS Sports Network
7:00 PM South Alabama @ ULL ESPN3
7:00 PM Liberty @ Southern Methodist ESPN3
7:00 PM Louisiana Tech @ Texas Tech FSN regional
7:00 PM Troy @ Southern Mississippi BeIn Sports
7:00 PM Army @ UTEP Amer Sports Ntwk
7:00 PM Navy @ Tulane Amer Sports Ntwk
7:30 PM 3 Ohio State @ 14 Oklahoma FOX
7:30 PM 16 Georgia @ Missouri SEC Network
7:30 PM Texas State @ 24 Arkansas SEC Network (alt)
7:30 PM 12 Michigan State @ 18 Notre Dame NBC
7:30 PM North Texas @ 23 Florida ESPNU
8:00 PM Duke @ Northwestern BTN
8:00 PM Portland State @ 8 Washington Pac-12 Network
8:00 PM USC @ 7 Stanford ABC
9:00 PM Buffalo @ Nevada campus-insiders
10:15 PM UCLA @ BYU ESPN2
10:30 PM 11 Texas @ California ESPN
10:30 PM Utah @ San Jose State CBS Sports Network
10:45 PM Hawaii @ Arizona Pac-12 Network

Note: Please ensure you check your local listings to confirm that there are no late changes to the broadcast plans for the network showing your desired game!