College football schedule Week 1: TV Schedule, Games to watch on Thursday

college football 2College football is on the air. The anticipation is over but the hype continues to intensify in the next hours, days and even months as the college football shakes the spectators. Absolutely, this is not the time to talk about the College Football Playoff system that replaces the old BCS system that stirred unending controversies.

Week One of the college football schedule features interesting matchups. Of course, all eyes on the past years contenders that went all the way to the bowl and BCS games. Big teams are about to play on August 28, Thursday as they play to have a fantastic start. Here is today’s college football schedule:

1. Texas A&M Aggies vs South Carolina Gamecocks

South Carolina is back in the chase for the SEC title game that evaded the team and coach Steve Spurrier in the past several years. South Carolina’s 11-2 record in the past three years couldn’t lift the team into the national title, being left behind by LSU Tigers, Alabama Crimson Tide, and Auburn Tigers. The Gamecocks only way to be in the national title is to win all their games.

What would it look like to be without Johnny Manziel for the Aggies? At least, the conversation is not centered on one individual but to the entire team. Moreover, in retrospect, it will do good for Texas A&M to be out of the shadow of Manziel. Texas A&M looks to have a better season without the most popular name who ever played in the team.

Texas A&M vs South Carolina tv schedule is at 6:00 PM ET, on SECNetwork.

2. Boise State Broncos vs Ole Miss Rebels

When it comes to offense, the Boise State Broncos are able to do extraordinary things. The Broncos spread offense will likely be in place with a new coach Bryan Harsin. Boise State aims to get back deep into the schedule to have a chance to compete against the best. Harsin has the football knowledge to mentor this team into winning games.

Ole Miss Rebels are the heavy favourites to win this match. The physical toughness of the Rebels is considered to be the advantage. Moreover, a team built to conquer the SEC, has always maintained the attributes of power and speed. Quarterback Bo Wallace is going to be attentive in delivering his passes to his receivers. Probably, a 300 yards passing from Wallace would give the Rebels the victory.

Boise State Broncos vs Ole Miss Rebels tv schedule is on ESPN at 8:00 PM ET. Boise State vs Ole Miss Rebels is available live on WatchESPN.

Here are the rest of the college football games today with the tv schedule and start time:

7:00 PM Wake Forest at Louisiana-Monroe ESPNU
7:00 PM Eastern Illinois at Minnesota BTN
7:00 PM Howard at Akron ESPN 3
7:00 PM Presbyterian at Northern Illinois ESPN 3
7:00 PM Chattanooga at Central Michigan ESPN 3
7:30 PM Idaho State at Utah Pac-12 Network
8:00 PM Cal Poly at New Mexico State ESPN 3
8:00 PM Tulane at Tulsa CBS Sports Network
9:15 PM Temple at Vanderbilt
10:00 PM Rutgers at Washington State FOX Sports 1
10:00 PM North Dakota at San Jose State ESPN 3
10:30 PM Weber State at No. 19 Arizona State Pac-12 Network
In the Philippines, college football tv channel might be available through Fox Sports Asia.

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