College football, Week 2 TV schedule and viewing information

After a wild opening weekend of the 2016 college football season, we are set to kick off Week 2 on Friday night. Unfortunately, Week 2 lacks the marquee match ups that we saw early and often with a loaded opening weekend schedule.

The action gets underway at 7:30 p.m. ET on Friday with a meeting between FIU and Maryland. To cap off the opening night of Week 2, No. 13 Louisville and star quarterback Lamar Jackson will have the opportunity to continue rolling when they take on Syracuse.

Saturday’s full slate then kicks off at noon with a handful of solid match ups, headlined by the cross-state rivalry between Pittsburgh and Penn State.

The Week 2 schedule is highlighted by the biggest college football game ever, The Battle at Bristol between the No. 17 Tennessee Volunteers and Virginia Tech Hokies.

The full television schedule for Week 2 of college football can be seen below:

Friday, Sept. 9

TimeGameTV
7:30Florida International vs. MarylandCBS Sports Network
8Syracuse vs. No. 13 LouisvilleESPN2

Saturday, Sept. 10

TimeGameTV
NoonBoston College vs. MassachusettsComcast SportsNet Plus
NoonNo. 5 Michigan vs. Central FloridaABC
NoonPittsburgh vs. Penn StateESPN
NoonNebraska vs. WyomingESPN2
NoonEast Carolina vs. North Carolina StateESPNU
NoonMinnesota vs. Indiana StateESPNews
NoonNo. 9 Georgia vs. Nicholls StateSEC Network
NoonNo. 20 Texas A&M vs. Prairie ViewSEC Network
NoonNo. 22 Oklahoma State vs. Central MichiganFox Sports 1
NoonPurdue vs. CincinnatiBig Ten Network
NoonRutgers vs. HowardBig Ten Network
NoonArmy vs. RiceCBS Sports Network
12:30No. 2 Clemson vs. TroyACC Network
12:30No. 3 Florida State vs. Charleston SouthernACC Network
2USC vs. Utah StatePac-12 Network
2:30Kansas vs. OhioN/A
3:30Appalachian State vs. Old DominionComcast SportsNet Plus
3:30Navy vs. ConnecticutCBS Sports Network
3:30Northwestern vs. Illinois StateBig Ten Network
3:30No. 10 Wisconsin vs. AkronBig Ten Network
3:30No. 4 Ohio State vs. TulsaABC
3:30No. 1 Alabama vs. Western KentuckyESPN2
3:30Duke vs. Wake ForestESPNU
3:30No. 18 Notre Dame vs. NevadaNBC
3:30Florida vs. KentuckyCBS
3:30No. 23 Baylor vs. SMUFox Sports 1
4No. 19 Ole Miss vs. WoffordSEC Network
4Vanderbilt vs. Middle TennesseeSEC Network
4Indiana vs. Ball StateESPNews
5No. 8 Washington vs. IdahoPac-12 Network
6Richmond vs. Norfolk StateComcast SportsNet
7No. 15 TCU vs. ArkansasESPN
7Mississippi State vs. South CarolinaESPN2
7No. 11 Texas vs. UTEPLonghorn Network
7South Florida vs. Northern IllinoisCBS Sports Network
7:30Utah vs. BYUFox
7:30No. 21 LSU vs. Jacksonville StateESPNU
7:30Auburn vs. Arkansas StateSEC Network
7:30Missouri vs. Eastern MichiganSEC Network
7:30No. 16 Iowa vs. Iowa StateBig Ten Network
7:30Illinois vs. North CarolinaBig Ten Network
8No. 17 Tennessee vs. Virginia TechABC
8UCLA vs. UNLVPac-12 Network
10Arizona State vs. Texas TechFox Sports 1
10:15Boise State vs. Washington StateESPN2
10:30San Diego State vs. CaliforniaCBS Sports Network
10:30No. 24 Oregon vs. VirginiaESPN
10:45Arizona vs. Grambling StatePac-12 Network

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