The Ivy League is one of the most prestigious football conferences in all of college football. The teams don’t usually get the recognition they sometimes deserve because of the schools being looked at as purely academic schools. Fans will now be getting a great opportunity to watch rivalries like Harvard/Yale and Brown/Columbia this season.
Ivyleaguesports.com reported that seventeen Ivy League games, the most in history, will be televised nationally this season. The three networks showing games will be American Sports Network, FOX College Sports, and NBC Sports Network.
The televised games begin on September 26 with Brown traveling to Harvard televising live on FOX College Sports. NBCSN will be getting Friday night coverage for the League as they will air five Friday night games, the first being on October 2.
That game will be Columbia traveling to Princeton. American Sports Network’s first game will be Harvard traveling to Cornell on October 10.
There are plenty of opportunities for fans to see the Ivy League play this season, but the one game almost everyone has to see is the 132nd playing of “The Game”.
This game is Harvard and Yale that is the final game to televise this season and it will take place on November 21 on NBCSN.
It is going to be a great season for college football fans everywhere. Let us know in the comments below which game you are most excited for.
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