The Bruce Feldman’s 2023 College Football Freaks list is now available, and it’s an exciting time for college football fans. As the season approaches, it’s important to stay updated on kickoff times, TV networks, and streaming services for each game. This article will provide a summary of the schedule for the first few weeks of the season.
Week 0 kicks off on Saturday, Aug. 26, with some exciting matchups. Navy will face off against No. 13 Notre Dame in Dublin, Ireland, followed UTEP at Jacksonville State, UMass at New Mexico State, and Ohio at San Diego State. Other games include Hawaii at Vanderbilt, San Jose State at No. 6 USC, and Florida International at Louisiana Tech.
Week 1 begins on Thursday, Aug. 31, with games such as Elon at Wake Forest, Rhode Island at Georgia State, and Kent State at UCF. On Friday, Sept. 1, matches include Howard at Eastern Michigan, Louisville vs. Georgia Tech in Atlanta, and Stanford at Hawaii.
Saturday, Sept. 2, features a full slate of games with notable matchups including Virginia vs. No. 12 Tennessee, Arkansas State at No. 20 Oklahoma, and Boise State at No. 10 Washington. Sunday, Sept. 3, and Monday, Sept. 4, also have exciting games lined up, such as No. 5 LSU vs. No. 8 Florida State in Orlando and No. 9 Clemson at Duke.
Make sure to bookmark this page to stay updated on the latest kickoff times, TV networks, and streaming services for each game. College football is back, and it’s going to be an action-filled season!
– Kickoff time: The designated time at which a football game is scheduled to start.
– TV networks: The television channels that will broadcast the games.
– Streaming services: Online platforms that allow viewers to watch games over the internet.
– Bruce Feldman’s 2023 College Football Freaks List
– ESPN College Football Schedule