ESPN on ABC College Football Map for September 4

August 31st, 2010 at 4:29 pm by HDSportsGuide | 5 Comments

ESPN on ABC College Football Map for September 4

College football is finally here and with it comes the ESPN College Football Map for September 4. This time slot will feature three games. Although they may not be the best games of the weekend, there is a rivalry game (Kentucky at Louisville) and two out of conference games with BCS teams which will be shown in the reverse mirror on ESPN2. They are Connecticut at Michigan and UCLA at Kansas State.

In my mind the storyline of the first week of the season is about non-AQ BCS teams playing BCS teams. The biggest game of those comes on Labor Day with Boise State and Virginia Tech in DC. Other huge games are Pitt at Utah on Thursday, then Saturday TCU plays Oregon State in Cowboys stadium and BYU hosts Washington.

The one big game with two teams from AQ BCS conferences is LSU vs North Carolina on Saturday night.

Find the full college football schedule, the Thursday night ESPN Schedule and the 3D College Football Schedule.

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5 Comments for “ESPN on ABC College Football Map for September 4”

  1. Brad Says:

    When I click on the coverage map, nothing happens. I have good eye sight, but I can’t see a map this small!!!

  2. Alex Says:


    “Maps will be posted below on Wednesday when available.”

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

    [...] ABC and ESPN coverage maps are available at [...]

  4. Bill Says:

    What game will be shown in Leesburg, Florida on Saturday at 3:30 pm?

  5. Tim Says:

    Why do they not carry the HD feed of the alternate games on ESPN2 for K-State/UCLA? They seem to do this every week. The SD feed on the SD ESPN2 and then ESPN News or something simulcast on HD ESPN2. I presume the K-State/UCLA game is shot in HD so why won’t they carry it on HD ESPN2?

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