ABC College Football Regional Map 11/13 3:30 Games

November 10th, 2010 at 1:41 pm by HDSportsGuide | 5 Comments

ABC College Football Regional Map 11/13 3:30 Games

The three games for this window are Penn State at #9 Ohio State, #20 Virginia Tech at North Carolina and Texas Tech at #16 Oklahoma on ABC. The reverse mirror on ESPN will show the ACC and Big Ten games. One of those will be in HD. If the Big Ten game goes to more than 50% of the country on ABC, then it will be the ACC game, if not then the Big Ten game will be in HD.

Until the maps are posted, here are the links for the full HD college football schedule, the 3D college football schedule, and the college football map central.

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5 Comments for “ABC College Football Regional Map 11/13 3:30 Games”

  1. College Football 2010: Week 11 - Everything you need to know about sports on television - Says:

    [...] and ESPN coverage maps are available at 3:30 PM ET, 8:00 PM [...]

  2. College Football Week 11 TV Schedule & Announcer Pairings « Buckeyenewshawk’s Weblog Says:

    [...] and ESPN coverage maps are available at 3:30 PM ET, 8:00 PM [...]

  3. Sean Says:

    Eh, not the best slate of games but all are important for bowl matchups.

  4. glenn shoop Says:

    If the number of viewers is most important to ABC, and it is, why would any knowledgeable person pick the ACC over the Big-10 for the football game to be shown on ABC in Pensacola,Fl? The SEC and Big-10 FOOTBALL games ALWAYS attract the most interest in food and drink establishments having multiple TV screens. Very few customers favor the ACC. The ACC is a basketball conference and probably will remain so, although look for the Big-10 to win their inter-league games this year.

    Thanks for your interest in ABC and ESPN viewers of sporting events.

    Glenn Shoop

  5. Patti Hewatt Says:

    Why wouldn’t ABC put the Ohio State vs. Penn State game on in Maryland. Good grief, half of Pennsylvania lives in Maryland. Big Ten football is the better game to show in Maryland. C’mon ABC. Go Bucks!

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