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Your 2016 Week 8 college football announcing schedule

2016 Announcing Schedules By Joe Lucia on

Thursday, October 20

7 PM- Miami-FL at Virginia Tech (ESPN) Dave Flemming, Jesse Palmer, Laura Rutledge

7:30 PM- Troy at South Alabama (ESPNU) Mark Neely, Jay Walker

10:15 PM- BYU at Boise State (ESPN) Jason Bennetti, Kelly Stouffer, Paul Carcaterra
(BYU Radio) Greg Wrubell, Marc Durrant, Nate Meikle

Free Stream
7:30 PM- West Virginia Wesleyan at East Tennessee State (SoCon DN) Jay Sandos, Matt Wilhjelm, Robert Harper

Friday, October 21

7 PM- USF at Temple (ESPN) Adam Amin, Mack Brown, Molly McGrath

7 PM- Penn at Yale (NBCSN) Paul Burmeister, Ross Tucker

10:30 PM- Oregon at Cal (ESPN) Allen Bestwick, Mike Bellotti, Kris Budden
(Westwood One) Ryan Radtke, Brady Poppinga

10:30 PM- San Jose State at San Diego State (ESPN2) Mike Couzens, Dan Hawkins

WatchESPN exclusive
7 PM- Duquesne at St. Francis-PA (ESPN3) Dave Popkin, Kevin Gilbride, Greg Mescall

Saturday, October 22

The latest


  • Stephen A Smith is looking forward to tonight’s matchup of the injured Hunter Henry vs the unemployed Derrick Johnson
  • Dan Le Batard is starting a new podcast called South Beach Sessions, the first podcast on the Le Batard and Friends Podcast Network
  • John Sterling discusses calling Sunday’s Brooklyn Nets game for YES, how he’ll never retire
  • The NFL’s platforms will air “Indivisible,” a documentary series with Nate Boyer talking to players and community leaders

Noon- NC State at Louisville (ABC) Bob Wischusen, Brock Huard, Allison Williams

Noon- Wisconsin at Iowa (ESPN) Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Todd McShay

Noon- Texas at Kansas State (ESPN2) Beth Mowins, Anthony Becht, Rocky Boiman

Noon- Rutgers at Minnesota (ESPNU) Anish Shroff, Ahmad Brooks

Noon- UCF at Connecticut (ESPNews) Mike Corey, Rene Ingoglia

Noon- Oklahoma State at Kansas (FS1) Mark Followill, Petros Papadakis

Noon- UMass at South Carolina (SEC) Tom Hart, Andre Ware, Cole Cubelic

Noon- Indiana at Northwestern (BTN) Scott Graham, J Leman

Noon- North Texas at Army West Point (CBSSN) Ben Holden, Jay Feely, John Schriffen

Noon- Central Michigan at Toledo (BCSN, Spec OH/NY, ESPN3) Mason Lowry, Mark Robinson, Christina Aguayo

Noon- Cornell at Brown (FCS Atlantic) Eric Fede, Mike Flynn

Noon- Kennesaw State at Gardner-Webb (ASN) Mike Hogewood, Renaldo Wynn

Noon- Lehigh at Holy Cross (ASN) Dave Armstrong, Rich Baldinger

12:30 PM- Syracuse at Boston College (ACC Net, ACC Extra) Tom Werme, Dave Archer, Roddy Jones

1 PM- Lafayette at Bucknell (Lafayette SN, PLN) Gary Laubach, Mike Joseph, John Leone
(HSRN) Gary Laing, Mike Walker

1:30 PM- Dartmouth at Columbia (OWSPN, Facebook) Bill Spaulding, Ken Dunek

2 PM- Hawaii at Air Force (OC Sports PPV) Robert Kekaula, Rich Miano, Scott Robbs

2 PM- Eastern Washington at Montana State (ROOT, Audience) Tom Glasgow, Jason Stiles, Jen Mueller

2 PM- Missouri State at Northern Iowa (Panther SN, CSN CHIC, ESPN3) Brad Wells, Justin Surrency

2 PM- Murray State at Eastern Illinois (WEIU, ESPN3) Mike Bradd, Jack Ashmore

2:30 PM- Southeast Missouri at Tennessee Tech (WCTE, OVC DN) Sam Brooks, Tim Scruggs

3 PM- North Carolina at Virginia (ACC RSN, ACC Extra) Wes Durham, James Bates, Jenn Hildreth

3 PM- Colorado at Stanford (P12, P12 BAY, P12 Mtn) Greg Wolf, Glenn Parker, Jill Savage

3 PM- Jackson State at Texas Southern (RS SW) Butch Alsandor, Ken Moore, Nick Strong

3 PM- Youngstown State at South Dakota State (Midco SN, WBCB, ESPN3) Tom Nieman, Hank McCall, Carla Metts

3 PM- Sacramento State at Northern Colorado (CET, Watch Big Sky) Josh Howe, Paul Browning

3:30 PM- Texas A&M at Alabama (CBS) Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson, Allie LaForce
(Compass Media) Chris Carrino, Brian Baldinger

3:30 PM- Purdue at Nebraska (ABC/ESPN2) Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, Jerry Punch

3:30 PM- TCU at West Virginia (ABC/ESPN2) Dave Pasch, Greg McElroy, Tom Luginbill

3:30 PM- Illinois at Michigan (BTN) Kevin Kugler, Matt Millen, Lisa Byington

3:30 PM- Memphis at Navy (CBSSN) John Sadak, Randy Cross, Sheehan Stanwick-Burch

3:30 PM- Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan (ASN, ESPN3) Mike Gleason, Brad Jackson

3:30 PM- New Hampshire at Towson (Comcast, CAA TV) Chick Hernandez, Andy Gresh
(HSRN2) Dan Laing, Jeremy Huber

3:30 PM- Sam Houston State at Nicholls (ASN, SLC DN) Randy McIlvoy, Shea Walker, Tatum Everett

3:30 PM- Monmouth at Liberty (Flames SN, ESPN3) Mike Tilley, Matt Warner, Gabe Henderson

3:45 PM- Tulane at Tulsa (ESPNU) Eamon McAnaney, John Congemi

4 PM- Utah at UCLA (FOX) Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt, Shannon Spake
(Sports USA) John Ahlers, John Robinson

4 PM- Middle Tennessee at Missouri (SEC) Dave Neal, Matt Stinchcomb, Olivia Harlan

5 PM- Mercer at Austin Peay (GovTV, OVC DN) Christian Christenson, Russell Jones, Sheridan Black

5:30 PM- Charlotte at Marshall (beIN) Matt Martucci, Brett Romberg, Jordan Daigle

5:30 PM- Colorado State at UNLV (ROOT, MW Net) Drew Goodman, Sed Bonner, Brad Thompson

6 PM- Arkansas at Auburn (ESPN) Joe Tessitore, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe

6:30 PM- Oregon State at Washington (P12, P12 OR, P12 WA) Ted Robinson, Yogi Roth, Cindy Brunson

7 PM- Houston at SMU (ESPN2) Jason Benetti, Kelly Stouffer, Paul Carcaterra

7 PM- East Carolina at Cincinnati (CBSSN) Dave Ryan, Corey Chavous, Melanie Collins

7 PM- Old Dominion at Western Kentucky (ASN) Dave Armstrong, Rich Baldinger

7 PM- UL-Lafayette at Texas State (SPEC TX, ESPN3) Marc Hoenig, Bucky Godbolt

7 PM- UTEP at UTSA (KMYS, KDBC) Don Harris, Chuck Miketinac, Aerin Carreno

7 PM- Western Carolina at Samford (ASN) Curt Bloom, Ben Neill, Hattie Breece

7 PM- Montana at Northern Arizona (NAU-TV, Cowles ABC, Watch Big Sky) Mitch Strohman, Kevin Stephens, Reggie Eccleston, Cody Cameron

7 PM- North Dakota State at Western Illinois (NBC ND) Brian Shawn, Lee Timmerman, Beth Hoole
(WIU TV, ESPN3) Redrick Terry, Danny Frey, Sam Ralphs

7:30 PM- Tennessee State at Vanderbilt (ESPNU) Clay Matvick, Dusty Dvoracek

7:30 PM- Mississippi State at Kentucky (SEC) Mark Jones, Rod Gilmore, Quint Kessenich

7:30 PM- Michigan State at Maryland (BTN) Eric Collins, Glen Mason, Allison Hayes

8 PM- Ohio State at Penn State (ABC) Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Samantha Ponder
(Westwood One) Ted Emrich, Ross Tucker

8 PM- Oklahoma at Texas Tech (FOX) Joe Davis, Brady Quinn, Bruce Feldman
(Touchdown Radio) Taylor Zarzour, Gino Torretta

8 PM- Georgia Southern at New Mexico State (Aggie Vision, ESPN3) Jeff Siembieda, Danny Knee

9 PM- Ole Miss at LSU (ESPN) Brent Musburger, Jesse Palmer, Kaylee Hartung
(ESPN Radio) Bill Rosinkski, David Norrie, Ian Fitzsimmons

9 PM- UL-Monroe at New Mexico (ROOT, MW Net) Marc Stout, Joel Dressen, Jenny Cavnar

10 PM- Washington State at Arizona State (P12, P12 AZ, P12 WA) Roxy Bernstein, Anthony Herron, Lewis Johnson

10:30 PM- Wyoming at Nevada (ESPN2) Dave LaMont, Tom Ramsey

10:30 PM- Fresno State at Utah State (CBSSN) Carter Blackburn, Aaron Taylor, Jenny Dell

WatchESPN exclusives
Noon- Miami-OH at Bowling Green (ESPN3) Dave Weekley, John Gregory

1 PM- Ohio at Kent State (ESPN3) Michael Reghi, Dustin Fox

1 PM- Harvard at Princeton (ESPN3) Cody Chrusciel, Dave Giancola, Patrick McCarthy

1:30 PM- The Citadel at Wofford (ESPN3) Mark Hauser, Thom Henson, Van Hipp

2 PM- Bethune-Cookman at Norfolk State (ESPN3) Eric Clemons, Jay Walker

3 PM- Akron at Ball State (ESPN3) Jim Barbar, Mark Herrman

3 PM- Illinois State at South Dakota (ESPN3) Adam Seidel, Danan Hughes, Kelly Burke

3 PM- Indiana State at Southern Illinois (ESPN3) Darren Kinnard, Mike Trude, Danny Valle

3:30 PM- Idaho at Appalachian State (ESPN3) Matt Stewart, Forrest Conoly

3:30 PM- Buffalo at Northern Illinois (ESPN3) Shawn Kenney, Al Groh

3:30 PM- UT Martin at Georgia State (ESPN3) Drew Fellios, Wayne Gandy

6 PM- Presbyterian at Charleston Southern (ESPN3) Chris Hemeyer, Jay Sonnhalter

7 PM- Louisiana Tech at FIU (ESPN3) Ryan Rose, Wes Carroll

7 PM- Lamar at Central Arkansas (ESPN3) David Saltzman, ND Kalu

Other Free Streams
Noon- Maine at Rhode Island (A10 DN) Steve McDonald, Terry Lynch

1 PM- Georgetown at Fordham (Campus Insiders) Jason Horowitz, Tom Kelleher, Megan Uber

1 PM- Stony Brook at Delaware (Blue Hens TV- LIVE/YouTube- TD) Scott Klatzkin, Matt Janus, Michael Atunrase

1 PM- Robert Morris at Sacred Heart (NEC Front Row) Randy Brochu, Dario Melendez, Diana Cannizzaro

1 PM- Wagner at Bryant (NEC Front Row) Tristan Hobbes, Tim Lynch

1 PM- NC Central at Morgan State (Morgan State stream) Lamont Germany, Kelvin Bridgers

1 PM- Dayton at Butler (Butler All-Access) Mark Minner, TBA

1 PM- Jacksonville at Morehead State (OVC DN) Chuck Mraz, Jason Blanton

1 PM- North Carolina A&T at Howard (HSRN3) Mark Gray, Henry Frazier

2 PM- VMI at Chattanooga (SoCon DN) Jim Reynolds, Todd Agne, Will Poindexter

3 PM- Jacksonville State at Eastern Kentucky (OVC DN) Greg Stotelmyer, Jim Tirey, Wes Chandler

3 PM- Grambling at Mississippi Valley State (YouTube) Lee Hall, Mike Magazine, Angela Simpson

3:30 PM- Richmond at Elon (CAA TV) David Hibbard, Taylor Durham

4 PM- Valparaiso at San Diego (TheW TV) Darren Preston, JT Rogan

4 PM- Stetson at Campbell (Big South DN) Evan Budrovich, Andy Bowman

4:30 PM- North Dakota at Idaho State (Watch Big Sky) Jerry Miller, Mark Liptak

5 PM- Houston Baptist at Southeastern Louisiana (Southeastern Channel) John Sartori, Wesley Boone, Richie Solares

8 PM- Weber State at Southern Utah (Watch Big Sky) Art Challis, Devin Dixon

9 PM- UC Davis at Cal Poly (Watch Big Sky) Chris Sylvester, Ramses Barden

Subscription Streams
Noon- Davidson at Marist (Red Foxes SN) Geoff Brault, Ed Weir

2 PM- Central Connecticut State at Coastal Carolina (Chanticleer All-Access) Joe Cashion, Layne Harris

3 PM- Hampton at Florida A&M (Rattler Vision) Joshua Jackson, Michael Thomas

3:30 PM- Prairie View A&N at Rice (CUSA TV) J.P. Heath, Nate Griffith, Jorge Vargas

3:30 PM- Albany at Villanova (Nova Nation All Access) Ryan Fannon, Kevin Reilly

3:30 PM- Incarnate Word at Abilene Christian (ACU TV) Grant Boone, Bob Slater, Mary Kate Rotenberry

5 PM- UAPB at Southern (Jaguar All Access) Chris Powers, Gerald Kimble, Eric Randall

7 PM- McNeese State at Northwestern State (Demon TV) Patrick Netherton, Richard deVargas, Tony Taglavore

Thanks to  Daniel  for our college football schedule.  Visit his site  Eye on Sky and Air Sports  for more broadcast schedules.

About Joe Lucia

I’m the managing editor of Awful Announcing and the news editor of The Comeback. I also made The Outside Corner a thing for six seasons.

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