Millions of college football fans are now looking for the college football schedule 2010 as they want to know which teams will battle in the ESPN College Football. The college football game officially started tonight with a game between Presbyterian vs. Wake Forest which is currently on its third round as of this writing with Wake Forest leading at scores of 37-13.
For today, September 2, 2010, there are eighteen scheduled college football games according to ESPN College Football Schedule.
Below is today’s college football schedule including the TV networks on where you can watch them:
|6:30||Presbyterian vs. Wake Forest||espn3.com|
|7||Southeast Missouri State vs. Ball State||N/A|
|7||Rhode Island at Buffalo||Time-Warner cable|
|7||Hampton at Central Michigan||N/A|
|7||Murray State at Kent State||N/A|
|7:30||Florida A&M at No. 13 Miami (FL)||espn3.com|
|7:30||Marshall at No. 2 Ohio State||Big Ten Network|
|7:30||Towson at Indiana||Big Ten Network|
|7:30||Norfolk State at Rutgers||espn3.com|
|7:30||Minnesota at Middle Tennessee||ESPNU|
|7:30||Southern Miss at South Carolina||ESPN|
|8||Florida Atlantic at UAB||N/A|
|8||Northern Illinois at Iowa State||CSNC/FSN affiliate|
|8||Southeastern Louisiana at Tulane||Tulane All-access|
|8:30||No. 15 Pittsburgh at Utah||Versus|
|9||North Dakota at Idaho||Altitude|
|9:05||Eastern Washington at Nevada||N/A|
|11||No. 14 USC at Hawaii||ESPN|
For the updated scores and results of these college football games scheduled today, you can visit the ESPN College Football Scorecard.