College Football Week 2 Schedule: TV and Live Stream Info for Every Game

Ryan RudnanskySenior Writer ISeptember 4, 2013

CLEMSON, SC - AUGUST 31:  Tajh Boyd #10 of the Clemson Tigers and teammate Sammy Watkins #2 of the Clemson Tiger celebrates after a touchdown against the Georgia Bulldogs during their game at Memorial Stadium on August 31, 2013 in Clemson, South Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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After an exhilarating start to the 2013 college football season, we look ahead to some exciting matchups in Week 2 that feature some of the best offenses and defenses in the nation.

No. 11 Georgia—fresh off a stunning loss to Clemson—looks to get back on track against Jadeveon Clowney and No. 6 South Carolina on Saturday. 

Clowney's sluggish play in Week 1 made headlines, as fans across the land debated whether he would disappoint in 2013.

Clemson posted 467 yards of total offense against Georgia in Week 1, going on to a thrilling 38-35 victory at home. Quarterback Tajh Boyd and receiver Sammy Watkins were the stars.

No. 14 Notre Dame will also visit No. 17 Michigan on Saturday. Both teams are coming off commanding wins in Week 1. Michigan defeated Central Michigan, 59-9, as quarterback Devin Gardner flashed a bit of what he showed late last season in relief of Denard Robinson.

Another game of note: No. 12 Florida will take on the Miami Hurricanes at Sun Life Stadium. The Hurricanes—led by quarterback Stephen Morris and running back Duke Johnson—have the offense to make waves this season. Florida is coming off a 24-6 victory over Toledo.

The Top 25 teams with the biggest spreads this week (according to are (in order): No. 4 Clemson vs. South Carolina State (-52.5), No. 21 Wisconsin vs. Tennessee Tech (-45), No. 8 Louisville vs. Eastern Kentucky (-41), No. 3 Texas A&M vs. Sam Houston State (-39.5) and No. 9 LSU vs. UAB (-34.5).

No. 1 Alabama has a bye this week before facing Johnny Manziel and No. 7 Texas A&M on Sept. 14. 

No. 2 Oregon visits Virginia. The Ducks are coming off a 66-3 victory over Nicholls State, while Virginia edged defensive-minded BYU, 19-16.

No. 3 Ohio State will host San Diego State. The Buckeyes are coming off a 40-20 victory over Buffalo, while the Aztecs were shocked by Eastern Illinois in Week 1, 40-19. 

Here's the complete Week 2 schedule.


Thursday, Sept. 5
Florida Atlantic at East Carolina7:30 p.m.Fox Sports 1  Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium
Sacramento State at Arizona State10 p.m.Pac-12 Network Sun Devil Stadium
Friday, Sept. 6
Wake Forest at Boston College8 p.m.ESPN2WatchESPNAlumni Stadium
UCF at Florida International8 p.m.CBS Sports Network FIU Stadium
Saturday, Sept. 7
South Florida at Michigan StateNoon ESPNU/WatchESPNSpartan Stadium
Norfolk State at RutgersNoonCBS Sports Network High Point Solutions Stadium
Eastern Michigan at Penn StateNoon
Big Ten Network Beaver Stadium
Houston at TempleNoon
GamePlanESPN3Lincoln Financial Field
Tennessee Tech at Wisconsin (21)NoonBig Ten Network Camp Randall Stadium
Cincinnati at IllinoisNoonESPN2WatchESPNMemorial Stadium
Missouri State at IowaNoonBig Ten Network Kinnick Stadium
Bowling Green at Kent State NoonGamePlanESPN3Dix Stadium
Florida (12) at Miami (FL)NoonESPNWatchESPNSun Life Stadium
Indiana State at PurdueNoonBig Ten Network Ross-Ade Stadium
SE Louisiana at TCU (24)Noon  Amon Carter Stadium
Oklahoma State (13) at UTSANoonFox Sports 1 Alamodome
Western Kentucky at Tennessee12:21 p.m.GamePlanESPN3Neyland Stadium
Mid Tennessee at North Carolina12:30 p.m.GamePlan ESPN3Kenan Stadium
South Carolina State at Clemson (4)12:30 p.m.GamePlanESPN3Memorial Stadium
Army at Ball State1 p.m. ESPN3Scheumann Stadium
Western Carolina at Virginia Tech1:30 p.m. ESPN3Lane Stadium
Maine at Massachusetts2 p.m. ESPN3Gillette Stadium
Weber State at Utah2 p.m.Pac-12 Network Rice-Eccles Stadium
Chattanooga at Georgia State2 p.m. ESPN3Georgia Dome
Tenn-Martin at Boise State3 p.m. ESPN3Bronco Stadium
New Hampshire at Central Michigan3 p.m. ESPN3Kelly/Shorts Stadium
Toledo at Missouri 3:30 p.m.ESPNUWatchESPNFaurot Field
San Diego State at Ohio State (3)3:30 p.m.ABC/ESPN2  Ohio Stadium 
Buffalo at Baylor (23)3:30 p.m.  Floyd Casey Stadium
Oregon (2) at Virginia 3:30 p.m.ABC/ESPN2 Scott Stadium
Alcorn State at Mississippi State3:30 p.m.GamePlanESPN 3 Davis Wade Stadium
Utah State at Air Force3:30 p.m.CBS Sports Network  Falcon Stadium
South Alabama at Tulane3:30 p.m.  Superdome
Old Dominion at Maryland4 p.m.ESPN NewsWatchESPNByrd Stadium
Idaho at Wyoming4 p.m.  War Memorial Stadium
Duke at Memphis4:30 p.m. ESPN3Liberty Bowl
Portland State at Cal5 p.m.Pac-12 Network Memorial Stadium
Syracuse at Northwestern (19)6 p.m.Big Ten Network Ryan Field
Navy at Indiana6 p.m.Big Ten Network Memorial Stadium
Richmond at NC State6 p.m. ESPN 3 Carter-Finley Stadium
Southern Miss at Nebraska (22)6 p.m.Big Ten Network Memorial Stadium
James Madison at Akron6 p.m. ESPN3InfoCision Stadium
Gardner-Webb at Marshall6:30 p.m.  Edwards Stadium
LA-Lafeyette at Kansas State6:30 p.m.Fox Sports 1 Bill Snyder Stadium
Samford at Arkansas7 p.m.GamePlanESPN 3War Memorial Stadium
UAB at LSU (9)6 p.m.ESPNUWatchESPNTiger Stadium
SE Missouri State at Ole Miss7 p.m.GamePlanESPN3Vaught-Hemingway Stadium
North Texas at Ohio7 p.m. ESPN 3Peden Stadium
West Virginia at Oklahoma (16)7 p.m.Fox Oklahoma Memorial Stadium
Colorado State at Tulsa7 p.m.CBS Sports Network Chapman Stadium
Sam Houston State at Texas A&M (7)7 p.m.GamePlanESPN3Kyle Field
Texas (15) at BYU7 p.m.ESPN2WatchESPNLaVell Edwards Stadium
Prairie View A&M at Texas State7 p.m. ESPN3Bobcat Stadium
South Dakota at Kansas7 p.m.GamePlanESPN 3Memorial Stadium
Lamar at Louisiana Tech7 p.m.  Joe Ailet Stadium
Grambling State at LA-Monroe7 p.m.  Malone Stadium
SF Austin at Texas Tech7 p.m.  Jones AT&T Stadium
Savannah State at Troy7 p.m. ESPN 3Movie Gallery Veterans Stadium
Nicholls State at Western Michigan7 p.m. ESPN 3 Waldo Stadium
Arkansas State at Auburn7:30 p.m.GamePlanESPN3Jordan-Hare Stadium
Austin Peay at Vanderbilt7:30 p.m.GamePlanESPN3Vanderbilt Stadium
Central Arkansas at Colorado8 p.m.  Folsom Field
Notre Dame (14) at Michigan (17)8 p.m.ESPNWatchESPNMichigan Stadium
Minnesota at New Mexico State8 p.m.  Aggie Memorial Stadium
Hawaii at Oregon State8 p.m.Pac-12 Network Reser Stadium
Montana State at SMU8 p.m. ESPN3Gerald Ford Stadium
New Mexico at UTEP8 p.m.  Sun Bowl
UC Davis at Nevada9 p.m.  Mackay Stadium
Cal Poly at Fresno State

10 p.m.

 ESPN3Bulldog Stadium
Washington State at USC (25)10:30 p.m.Fox Sports 1  Los Angeles Coliseum
Arizona at UNLV10:30 p.m.CBS Sports Network Sam Boyd Stadium
San Jose State at Stanford 11 p.m.Pac-12 Network Stanford Stadium


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