Monday, July 28, 2014

2014 NFL Hall of Fame Game Weekend Information

The NFL is back with less than exciting but intriguing pre-season action this weekend. NFL Network, Westwood One, and NBC will have all the action covered for those who are interested.
 
Friday, August 1 (NFL Network)
8 PM- Pro Football Hall of Fame: The New Class
9 PM- Hall of Fame Friday Night
 
Saturday, August 2 (NFL Network)
1 PM- Hall of Fame Saturday
4 PM- 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement ceremony
7 PM- 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement ceremony encore (ESPN2)
 
Sunday, August 3
8 PM
 NEW YORK GIANTS VS. BUFFALO BILLS
(NBC) Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya
(Westwood One) James Lofton, Scott Graham
 

2014 Little League World Series US Region Championship TV & Streaming Schedules

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Beginning this Friday, the Little League World Series is back in action on the networks of ESPN and NESN. No, you are not reading that incorrectly. NESN will carry 6 Little League World Series games leading up to the Region Championship.
 
6 of the 8 regions will either be televised or streamed. If you are wanting to watch the Mid-Atlantic or Southeast Regions before the semifinals, sorry, but there seems to be no love for them.  They will have at least 2 broadcast teams Indianapolis, as the Midwest & Great Lakes Regions will share the same venue but use different fields in that venue. The West & Northwest Regions will use the same venue and the same field, rotating which region plays at a certain time.
 
All Region Championships and most Semi-finals will be shown on ESPN or ESPN2. When ESPN releases their release and announcing info is made known, we will share that info here.
 
Regional Sites:
Midwest & Great Lakes - Indianapolis, IN
Northwest & West- San Bernadino, CA
Southwest- Waco, TX
Southeast- Warner Robins, GA
New England & Mid-Atlantic- Bristol, CT
 
Friday, August 1
10 AM- Midwest Regional- ESPN3
11:30 AM- Northwest Regional- ESPN3
1 PM- Midwest Regional- ESPN3
2 PM- Southwest Regional- LONG
2 PM- West Regional- ESPN3
6 PM- Southwest Regional- LONG
7 PM- Northwest Regional- ESPN3
7:30 PM- Midwest Regional- ESPN3
9:30 PM- Southwest Regional- LONG
10 PM- West Regional- ESPN3
 
Saturday, August 2
11 AM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
11:30 AM- West Regional- ESPN3
1 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
2 PM- Southwest Regional- LONG
2 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
2 PM- Northwest Regional- ESPN3
4 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
5 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
6 PM- Southwest Regional- LONG
7 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
7:30 PM- West Regional- ESPN3
9:30 PM- Southwest Regional- LONG
10 PM- Northwest Regional- ESPN3
 
Sunday, August 3
11 AM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
11:30 AM- Northwest Regional- ESPN3
1 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
2 PM- Southwest Regional- LONG
2 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
2 PM- West Regional- ESPN3
4 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
5 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
6 PM- Southwest Regional- LONG
7 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
7:30 PM- Northwest Regional- ESPN3
9:30 PM- Southwest Regional- LONG
10 PM- West Regional- ESPN3
 
Monday, August 4
11 AM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
11:30 AM- Northwest Regional- ESPN3
1 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
2 PM- Southwest Regional- LONG
2 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
2 PM- West Regional- ESPN3
4 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
5 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
6 PM- Southwest Regional- LONG
7 PM- Midwest or Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
7 PM- Northwest Regional- ESPN3
9:30 PM- Southwest Regional- LONG
10 PM- West Regional- ESPN3
 
Tuesday, August 5
11 AM- Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
11:30 AM- West Regional- ESPN3
1 PM- New England Regional- NESN
2 PM- Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
2 PM- Northwest Regional- ESPN3
4 PM- New England Regional- NESN
5 PM- Southwest Regional Semifinal #1- ESPN2
5 PM- Great Lakes Regional- ESPN3
7:30 PM- West Regional- ESPN3
8 PM- Southwest Regional Semifinal #2- ESPN2
10 PM- Northwest Regional- ESPN3
 
Wednesday, August 6
11 AM- Midwest Regional Semifinal #1- ESPN2
11:30 AM- Northwest Regional- ESPN3
1 PM- Southeast Regional Semifinal #1- ESPN2
1 PM- New England Regional- NESN
2 PM- West Regional- ESPN3
3 PM- Midwest Regional Semifinal #2- ESPN2
4 PM- New England Regional- NESN
5 PM- Southeast Regional Semifinal #2- ESPN2
7 PM- Southwest Regional Final- ESPN2
7:30 PM- Northwest Regional- ESPN3
10 PM- West Regional- ESPN3
 
Thursday, August 7
Noon- New England Regional Semifinal #1- NESN
2 PM- Great Lakes Regional Semifinal #1- ESPN
3 PM- New England Regional Semifinal #2- NESN
5 PM- Northwest Regional Semfinal #1- ESPN2
7 PM- Great Lakes Regional Semifinal #2- ESPN
9 PM- Northwest Regional Semifinal #2- ESPN
 
Friday, August 8
11 AM- Mid-Atlantic Regional Semifinal #1- ESPN
1 PM- Midwest Regional Final- ESPN
3 PM- Mid-Atlantic Regional Semifinal #2- ESPN
5 PM- West Regional Semifinal #1- ESPN2
7 PM- Southeast Regional Final- ESPN
9 PM- West Regional Semifinal #2- ESPN
 
Saturday, August 9
2 PM- Great Lakes Regional Final- ESPN
4 PM- Northwest Regional Final- ESPN
7 PM- New England Regional Final- ESPN
9 PM- West Regional Final- ESPN
 
Sunday, August 10
6 PM- Mid-Atlantic Regional Final- ESPN2

Sunday, July 27, 2014

2014 MLS Week 21 TV Schedule

 
Two weeks in a row?  Is this some sort of new record? Or is it just a sign that I am truthful when I say I will be doing this regularlly from here on out? The world may never know. As always, announcing assignments will be filled in when they are made available.

Wednesday, July 30
7 PM- Toronto FC at DC United (SNET-1) Dan Dunleavy, Adrian Serioux, Lee Godfrey
(Comcast DC) Dave Johnson, John Harkes

7:30 PM- Colorado Rapids at New England Revolution (Altitude) Richard Fleming, Marcelo Balboa, Jason Kosmicki
(Comcast New England) Brad Feldman, Jeff Causey, Damon Amendolara

8:30 PM- Vancouver Whitecaps at Chicago Fire (TSN) Luke Wileman, Jason de Vos, Perry Solkowski or Lloyd Baker
(RDS2 [French]
(WPWR, TWC WisconsinDan Kelly, Evan Whitfield, Kevin Egan

9 PM- New York Red Bulls at Real Salt Lake (ESPN2) Adrian Helay, Taylor Twellman, Monica Gonzales
(ESPN Deportes [Esp.]

Friday, August 1
8 PM- Philadelphia Union at Sporting Kansas City (NBCSN, TSN2Steve Cangialosi, Shep Mesing, Rob Carlin

Saturday, August 2
2:30 PM- Portland Timbers at Los Angeles Galaxy  (NBC, TSNJohn Strong, Kyle Martino

5 PM-Toronto FC at Impact Montreal (TSN) Luke Wileman, Jason de Vos, Perry Solkowski or Lloyd Baker
(RDS [French])

7 PM- New England Revolution at New York Red Bulls (Comcast New England) Brad Feldman, Jeff Causey
(MSG) Steve Cangialosi, Shep Mesing, Tina Cervasio

8:30 PM- Columbus Crew at Chicago Fire (TWC Ohio) Dwight Burgess, Ashleigh Ignelzi
(WPWR, TWC WisconsinDan Kelly, Evan Whitfield, Kevin Egan

9 PM- Real Salt Lake at Colorado Rapids (KTVX) Bill Riley, Brian Dunseth
(Altitude) Richard Fleming, Marcelo Balboa, Jason Kosmicki

10:30 PM- Seattle Sounders at Portland Timbers (NBCSN, TSN2John Strong, Stuart Holden

Sunday, August 3
8 PM- DC United at Houston Dynamo (Univision Deportes [Esp.]
(Comcast DCDave Johnson, John Harkes
(Comcast Houston) Glenn Davis, Eddie Robinson

10 PM- FC Dallas at Chivas USA (TWC Texas) Mark Followill, Steve Jolley
(TWC Deportes [Esp.]) Ricardo Celis

2014 MLB Week 18 TV & National Radio Schedule

(English National Broadcast)
(Road Broadcast)
(Home Broadcast)
(English National Radio)
(MLB Network featured game)
(MLB Network alternate game)

 Monday, July 28
Noon- San Diego Padres at Atlanta Braves (FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(MLB Network, FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson

7 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at Cincinnati Reds (FS Arizona
(FS Ohio

7 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Tampa Bay Rays (FS Wisconsin
(FS SUN

7 PM- Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets (Comcast Philadelphia
(SNY

7 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at Boston Red Sox (ESPN) Dave O'Brien, Aaron Boone, Tim Kurkjian
(SNET
(NESN

7 PM- Washington Nationals at Miami Marlins (MASN
(FS Florida

8 PM- Colorado Rockies at Chicago Cubs (ROOT Rocky Mountain
(Comcast Chicago

8 PM- New York Yankees at Texas Rangers (YES
(FS Southwest

8 PM- Oakland Athletics at Houston Astros (Comcast California
(Comcast Houston

10 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at San Francisco Giants (ROOT Pittsburgh
(KNTV

Tuesday, July 29
7 PM- Los Angeles Angels at Baltimore Orioles (FS West)
(MASN)

7 PM- Seattle Mariners at Cleveland Indians (ROOT Northwest)
(FS SportsTime Ohio)

7 PM- Chicago White Sox at Detroit Tigers (Comcast Chicago)
(FS Detroit)

7 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at Cincinnati Reds (FS Arizona)
(FS Ohio)

7 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Tampa Bay Rays (FS Wisconsin)
(FS SUN)

7 PM- Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets (Comcast Philadelphia)
(SNY)

7 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at Boston Red Sox (SNET
(NESN

7 PM- Washington Nationals at Miami Marlins (MASN2
(FS Florida

8 PM- Colorado Rockies at Chicago Cubs (ROOT Rocky Mountain
(WGN) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

8 PM- New York Yankees at Texas Rangers (Fox Sports 1) Joe Buck, Tom Verducci, Ken Rosenthal

8 PM- Minnesota Twins at Kansas City Royals (FS North)
(FS Kansas City)

8 PM- Oakland Athletics at Houston Astros (Comcast California
(Comcast Houston)

10 PM- Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers (FS SportSouth)
(MLB Network, SNLA

10 PM- St. Louis Cardinals at San Diego Padres (FS Midwest)
(FS San Diego)

10 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at San Francisco Giants (ROOT Pittsburgh
(MLB Network, Comcast Bay Area)

Wednesday, July 30
Noon- Milwaukee Brewers at Tampa Bay Rays (FS Wisconsin)
(FS SUN)

Noon- Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets (Comcast Philadelphia)
(SNY)

x- 12:30 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at Cincinnati Reds (MLB Network/ MLB.TV) Marty Brennaman, Jim Kelch, Jeff Brantley

12:30 PM- Washington Nationals at Miami Marlins (MASN)
(MLB Network, FS Florida)

2 PM- Oakland Athletics at Houston Astros (Comcast Houston)

3:45 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at San Francisco Giants (ROOT Pittsburgh)
(MLB Network, Comcast Bay Area)

7 PM- Los Angeles Angels at Baltimore Orioles (ESPN) Jon Sciambi, Rick Sutcliffe, Doug Glanville
(FS West)
(MASN)

7 PM- Seattle Mariners at Cleveland Indians (ROOT Northwest)
(FS SportsTime Ohio)

7 PM- Chicago White Sox at Detroit Tigers (Comcast Chicago)
(FS Detroit)

7 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at Boston Red Sox (SNET
(NESN

8 PM- Colorado Rockies at Chicago Cubs (ROOT Rocky Mountain
(Comcast Chicago+

8 PM- New York Yankees at Texas Rangers (YES)
(FS Southwest

8 PM- Minnesota Twins at Kansas City Royals (FS North)
(FS Kansas City)

10 PM- Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers (FS SportSouth)
(MLB Network, SNLA

10 PM- St. Louis Cardinals at San Diego Padres (FS Midwest)
(FS San Diego)

Thursday, July 31
1 PM- Chicago White Sox at Detroit Tigers (WGN) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(FS Detroit)

2 PM- Colorado Rockies at Chicago Cubs (Comcast Chicago)

 3:30 PM- St. Louis Cardinals at San Diego Padres (FS Midwest
(FS San Diego

7 PM- Los Angeles Angels at Baltimore Orioles (FS West
(MLB Network, MASN)

7 PM- Philadelphia Phillies at Washington Nationals (Comcast Philadelphia
(MASN2

7 PM- Seattle Mariners at Cleveland Indians (ROOT Northwest
(FS SportsTime Ohio

7 PM- Cincinnati Reds at Miami Marlins (FS Ohio
(MLB Network, FS Florida

8 PM- Minnesota Twins at Kansas City Royals (FS North
(FS Kansas City

8 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at Houston Astros (SNET
(Comcast Houston

9:30 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at Arizona Diamondbacks (ROOT Pittsburgh
(FS Arizona

10 PM- Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers (FS SportSouth
(SNLA)

Friday, August 1- Saturday, August 3
To be posted later this week (when MLB Network announces their August schedule)

x- This game will air on MLB Network in both teams home markets.

My thoughts on FOX's coverage of the 2014 ICC Weekend 1

 
I usually don't post my thoughts and opinions of coverage, but with this being the first real test for FOX's soccer coverage, I thought I'd give my thoughts and ratings on the first weekend of overage.

BROADCASTERS:  B-
 Let's be honest here. FOX is going to find it difficult to beat the quality and chemistry the weekly broadcast teams at ESPN developed. I really liked the broadcast team of JP Dellacamera and Brian McBride. McBride was a little slow at the start, but by the water break I thought he had gained his groove and did a good job expounding on why plays were a penalty and why certain passes were made. Sure, he was rough around the edges, but I believe this was his first time acting as an analyst.

JP Dellacamera meanwhile doesn't provide the silence that most soccer broadcasters do. However for casual US fans, his style tends to be a plus as it helps the viewers understand certain terms and learn more about the sport, thereby making it more enjoyable as time goes along.

Mark Rogondino and Cobi Jones knew when to remain silent and didn't place a whole lot of emphasis in their commentary unless it was a dynamic play.

The sideline reporter is a little awkward outside of the pre and post games for these matches. It's really an unnecessary voice for the most part. Yet two to three times each match the play-by-play man was forced to throw it down to the sidelines to report on a story that took place earlier in the week, nothing that was going on in the game itself.

As for the worst broadcast team, as good as John Strong is when calling MLS matches, he really seemed to be forcing himself to ask questions that he thought Warren Barton might answer. And Barton frankly took too many pauses in his analysis and focused mostly on telling stories instead of describing the action. Do we really think saying "That's a good point" or "we'll see him probably score as well" is good analysis?

STUDIO SHOW: C-
Okay. Fox had a good studio in Rob King and Eric Wynalda. However FOX didn't really give them enough time to do any type of explaining. We saw them for the first 5 minutes introducing the lineups for the upcoming match, and we saw them at Halftime. Every time Wynalda actually shared some good points, he was quickly cut off by Barton, who didn't add any worthwhile contribution and really slowed down the broadcast. If you actually expanded it to half an hour and added a second decent analyst, then it could easily challenge ESPN's studio team during the World Cup. 

Fox also loses points here in that every network, outside of FOX, now joins the match as they are marching out of the stadium. They let us see the coin toss and hear the anthems. What we got from Fox instead was the opening lineups. Give yourselves the needed 30 minutes before each match Fox. You do it with UEFA Champions. There is no reason you shouldn't be doing it with the rest of your coverage, even if it is the preseason.

CAMERA ANGLES: D-
We only saw closeups on throw-ins and corner kicks. And even when we did get closeups, we still would eventually go back to a camera that frankly looked like it was at the top of the stadium. Yes, I realize that cameras from the bleachers are usually how soccer matches are shown. However most companies use more than 1 camera. Heck, even a BYUtv broadcast of soccer seemed more professional to me than most of FOX's camera angles.

STREAMING COVERAGE: C
Now I'm sure many people would wonder why I'm giving them such a low score here. I'm giving them a low score for two reasons. First off they were streaming on both Fox Sports Go and Fox Soccer 2Go. I actually thought this was a good idea as some fans, like myself, can't access Fox Sports Go since we don't have a "verified account supplement." However Fox loses two grades in my book for using two separate feeds for the broadcast. The smart thing would have been to save money and use their own feed for both sets. Instead they used the International Feed for Fox Soccer 2Go. While most of these announcers are recognized for their work in the English Premier League and the UEFA Champions Cup, it is foolish to spend extra money on a second streaming system using completely different announcers than using your own broadcast team. Then there's the entire archive issue. Fox Sports Go doesn't have a replay/ archive section. This really forces you to have to watch it live or not at all. I don't like those options.

The second reason I give them a C has to do with moving the start of the Real Madrid/ Inter Milan match from Fox Sports 2 to Fox Sports Go. I don't mind the move, but you should have at least placed it on Fox Soccer Plus. Anyone who tried to watch it on TV didn't get to see the starting lineups. We didn't get to hear any information about the clubs beforehand. Instead we got the first round of the UFC simulcast on FOX and Fox Sports 2, as FOX joined in on the "Tale of the Tape." Bad move Fox. Very bad move indeed.

OVERALL: C-
Fox has proven they can do a better broadcast with the NFL and NCAA events. What they haven't done here though is actually strive to learn from what ESPN and NBCSN have done for soccer coverage in the US. Continuing to broadcast like this will end up costing the game more viewers than it will help.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

2014 Guinness International Champions Cup Tournament TV Schedule

The 2014 Guinness International Champions Cup comes to the US tomorrow night. Every matchup during the 2014 Guinness ICC will be televised on the networks of FOX and NBCSN.

ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio will broadcast all the matches in Spanish, though two will be ESPN Deportes+ exclusives. I will not post the announcers for ESPN Deportes matches like I am doing in English, mostly because I don't have ESPN Deportes and they aren't listing them by each game on ESPN Media Zone. For those who are interested, ESPN Deportes soccer experts Fernando Palomo, Fernando Schwartz, Ricardo Ortiz, Richard Mendez, Andres Agulla, Giovanni Savarese and Tato Noriega will provide the play-by-play and analysis for their broadcasts.

FOX meanwhile has some familiar soccer voices for their matches. JP Dellacamera, who did more than half of the ESPN Radio matches during the World Cup and was the Fox Soccer MLS Game of the Week play-by-play man, will call two games on FOX and the championship for Fox Sports 1. John Strong, MLS Game of the Week broadcaster for NBCSN and longtime Fox Soccer announcer, is another familiar face for most US fans that will call two matches.

Here is your TV schedule information, with a color coded guide to make finding the stations easier.
FOX
Fox Sports 1
NBCSN
Fox Sports 2

Thursday, July 24
7:30 PM- Olympiacos vs. AC Milan in Toronto (Fox Sports 1) Mark Rogondino, Cobi Jones

Saturday, July 26
4 PM- Manchester United vs. AS Roma in Denver (FOX) JP Dellacamera, Brian McBride, Keith Costigan

6 PM- Real Madrid vs. Inter Milan in Berkeley (Fox Sports 2) Steve Cangialosi, Brian Dunseth, Kyndra de St. Aubin

Sunday, July 27
3:30 PM- AC Milan vs. Manchester City in Pittsburgh (Fox Sports 1) Mark Rogondino, Cobi Jones, Heather Mitts

 6 PM- Liverpool vs. Olympiacos in Chicago (Fox Sports 1) John Strong, Warren Barton, Julie Stewart-Binks

Tuesday, July 29
7 PM- Manchester United vs. Inter Milan in Washington D.C. (NBCSN) Arlo White, Kyle Martino

9:30 PM- Real Madrid vs. AS Roma in Dallas (Fox Sports 2) Steve Cangialosi, Brian Dunseth, Julie Stewart-Binks

Wednesday, July 30
7 PM- Manchester City vs. Liverpool in New York (Fox Sports 1) John Strong, Warren Barton, Keith Costigan

Saturday, August 2
12:30 PM- Inter Milan vs. AS Roma in Philadelphia (Fox Sports 2) Mark Rogondino, Cobi Jones, Heather Mitts

x- 3 PM- Olympiacos vs. Manchester City in Minneapolis (Fox Sports 2) Glenn Davis, Brian Dunseth, Kyndra de St. Aubin

4 PM- Manchester United vs. Real Madrid in Ann Arbor (FOX) JP Dellacamera, Brian McBride, Keith Costigan

x- 6:30 PM- Liverpool vs. AC Milan in Charlotte (NBCSN) Arlo White, Robbie Mustoe

Monday, August 4
7:30 PM- Championship in Miami (Fox Sports 1) JP Dellacamera, Brian McBride, Keith Costigan

JP Dellacamera has been a regular with FOX since he became the voice of MLS on Fox Soccer, but most Americans would recognize him from his calls during the World Cup on ESPN Radio. Hopefully this is a sign that FOX will be using him as one of their regulars for their World Cup coverage come 2016 (Women's). It's a shame they aren't using him over Gus Johnson as the lead play-by-play man.

x- ESPN Deportes+ matches

Every match-up will also be streamed live on Fox Sports Go should your carrier provide all the needed access using the Fox broadcasters listed above. Every game will also be shown live and archived on Fox Soccer 2GO using the international feed.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

2014 American Sports Network CFB TV Schedule

 
Last week I mentioned that ESPN Plus had a new competitor in Regional College athletics in the American Sports Network. To date ASN will be airing games from 5 conferences, with Conference USA being the largest of the 5. It looks like ASN will broadcast 2 to 3 games every Saturday for Sinclair affiliates to pick up. So far 3/5 conferences have announced their ASN schedules, with the Big South Conference and Patriot League still to go. All timees listed are EDT.

August 30
3:30 PM- Hampton at Old Dominion (C-USA)
7 PM- Bethune Cookman at FIU (C-USA)

September 6
Noon- JC Smith at Charlotte (C-USA)
 7 PM- Rhode Island at Marshall (C-USA)

September 13
3:30 PM- Lehigh at New Hampshire (CAA)
3:30 PM- Alabama A&M at UAB (C-USA)
7 PM- New Mexico State at UTEP (C-USA)

September 20
3:30 PM- Nicholls State at North Texas (C-USA)
7 PM- Appalachian State at Southern Miss (C-USA)
7 PM- Charlotte at Elon (CAA/C-USA)

September 27
3:30 PM- FIU at UAB (C-USA)
3:30 PM- Western Carolina at Furman (SoCon)
7 PM- Samford at Chattanooga (SoCon)

October 4
Noon- Southern Miss at Middle Tennessee (C-USA)
3:30 PM- New Mexico at UT San Antonio (C-USA)
7 PM- Hawai'i at Rice (C-USA)

October 11
3:30 PM- North Texas at UAB (C-USA)
7 PM- Maine at Stony Brook (CAA)
8 PM- Old Dominion at UTEP (C-USA)

October 18
Noon- Western Kentucky at Florida Atlantic (C-USA)
1 PM- Chattanooga at The Citadel (SoCon)
3:30 PM- Rhode Island at Richmond (CAA)
7 PM- Southern Miss at North Texas (C-USA)

October 25
Noon- Maine at Rhode Island (CAA)
Noon- Mercer at Chattanooga (SoCon)
3:30 PM- Louisiana Tech at Southern Miss (C-USA)
7 PM- UTEP at UT San Antonio (C-USA)

November 1
Noon- Rice at FIU (C-USA)
3:30 PM- William & Mary at James Madison (CAA)
7 PM- UAB at Florida Atlantic (C-USA)

November 8
Noon- Louisiana Tech at UAB (C-USA)
3 PM- Western Carolina at Samford (SoCon)
3:30 PM-  FIU at Old Dominion (C-USA)
7 PM- Marshall at Southern Miss (C-USA)
7 PM- Towson at Villanova (CAA)

November 15
Noon- Wesley at Charlotte (C-USA)
3:30 PM- Middle Tennessee at FIU (C-USA)
7 PM- Albany at Villanova (CAA)

November 22
Noon- Elon at James Madison (CAA)
3:30 PM- FIU at North Texas (C-USA)
3:30 PM- Chattanooga at Furman (SoCon)
7 PM- Florida Atlantic at Middle Tennessee (C-USA)

November 29
Noon- Old Dominion at Florida Atlantic (C-USA)
3:30 PM- UAB at Southern Miss (C-USA)
7 PM- Middle Tennessee at UTEP (C-USA)

When the Patriot League and Big South announce their ASN schedules, I will update the information here.