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Labor Day Weekend College Football Television Schedule

If you are like me, you are already making plans for the opening weekend of college football. Below is the television schedule for week one. Because the NFL starts a week later, there are also games on Sunday and Monday of the Labor Day Weekend. All times are Central:

Thursday, September 2nd
Marshall at Ohio State - 6:30 pm (Big Ten Network)
Southern Miss at South Carolina - 6:30 pm (ESPN)
Pittsburgh at Utah - 7:30 pm (Versus)
USC at Hawaii - 10:00 pm (ESPN)

Friday, September 3rd
Arizona at Toledo - 7:00 pm (ESPN)

Saturday September 4th
Miami (Ohio) at Florida - 11:00 am (ESPN)
Samford at Florida State - 11:00 am (ESPN U)
Western Michigan at Michigan St. - 11:00 am (ESPN 2)
Louisiana-Lafayette at Georgia - 11:20 am (SEC Network)
Illinois at Missouri - 11:30 am (Fox Sports Net)
Connecticut at Michigan - 2:30 pm (ESPN 2)
Jacksonville St. at Ole Miss - 2:30 pm (CSS)
Kentucky at Louisville - 2:30 pm (ABC)
Purdue at Notre Dame - 2:30 pm (NBC)
North Texas at Clemson - 2:30 pm (ESPN U)
Texas at Rice - 2:30 pm (ESPN)
Arkansas St. at Auburn - 6:00 pm (Fox Sports Net/SEC Feed)
Memphis at Miss St. - 6:00 pm (ESPN U)
San Jose State at Alabama - 6:00 pm (pay-per-view)
Washington at BYU - 6:00 pm (CBS College)
Washington St. at Oklahoma St. - 6:00 pm (Fox Sports Net)
Northwestern at Vanderbilt - 6:30 pm (CSS)
Oregon St. at TCU - 6:45 pm (ESPN)
LSU vs. North Carolina (Atlanta) - 7:00 pm (ABC)
Cincinnati at Fresno State - 9:00 pm (ESPN 2)
Wisconsin at UNLV - 10:00 pm (Versus)

Sunday, September 5th
Tulsa at East Carolina - 1:00 pm (ESPN 2)
SMU at Texas Tech - 2:30 pm (ESPN)

Monday, September 6th
Maryland vs. Navy (Baltimore) - 3:00 pm (ESPN)
Boise St. vs. Virginia Tech (Landover) - 7:00 pm (ESPN)