2011 College Football Schedule: Week 2 Game Start Times and Dates

Maiah HollanderContributor IIISeptember 6, 2011

ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 03:  Rueben Randle #2 of the LSU Tigers makes a touchdown pass reception against Terrance Mitchell #27 of the Oregon Ducks at Cowboys Stadium on September 3, 2011 in Arlington, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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Week 1 held all sorts of surprises for college football fans across the nation.

Some teams got off to a good running start, while others fell flat on their faces.

Week 2 is quickly approaching and several teams are looking for redemption.

 

Sept. 8th        

8:00 PM ET         Arizona at No. 9 Oklahoma State

Sept. 9th        

7:00 PM ET         Florida International at Louisville

10:30 PM ET         No. 21 Missouri at Arizona State

Sept. 10th        

12:00 PM ET         Oregon State at No. 11 Wisconsin

12:00 PM ET         Florida Atlantic at No. 17 Michigan State

12:00 PM ET         Toledo at No. 18 Ohio State

12:00 PM ET         Iowa at Iowa State

12:00 PM ET         Central Michigan at Kentucky

12:00 PM ET         San Diego State at Army

12:00 PM ET         South Dakota State at Illinois

12:21 PM ET         No. 20 Mississippi State at No. 23 Auburn

12:30 PM ET         Rutgers at North Carolina

1:00 PM ET         Norfolk State at No. 24 West Virginia

1:00 PM ET         Maine at Pittsburgh

1:00 PM ET         Alabama State at Eastern Michigan

2:00 PM ET         Northern Colorado at Colorado State

3:30 PM ET         No. 2 Alabama at Penn State

3:30 PM ET         Nevada at No. 3 Oregon

3:30 PM ET         No. 7 Stanford at Duke

3:30 PM ET         No. 13 Virginia Tech at East Carolina

3:30 PM ET         No. 14 TCU at Air Force

3:30 PM ET         California at Colorado

3:30 PM ET         Eastern Illinois at Northwestern

3:30 PM ET         New Mexico State at Minnesota

3:30 PM ET         North Carolina State at Wake Forest

3:30 PM ET         Wofford at Clemson

3:30 PM ET         Purdue at Rice

3:30 PM ET         Hawaii at Washington

3:30 PM ET         Southern Miss at Marshall

3:30 PM ET         Cincinnati at Tennessee

3:30 PM ET         Tulsa at Tulane

4:30 PM ET         No. 12 South Carolina at No. 19 Georgia

4:30 PM ET         Rhode Island at Syracuse

5:00 PM ET         North Dakota at Idaho

5:00 PM ET         UNLV at Washington State

6:00 PM ET         Charleston Southern at No. 6 Florida State

6:00 PM ET         Southern Illinois at Ole Miss

6:00 PM ET         Temple at Akron

6:00 PM ET         Stony Brook at Buffalo

6:00 PM ET         Texas State at Wyoming

7:00 PM ET         Fresno State at No. 10 Nebraska

7:00 PM ET         New Mexico at No. 15 Arkansas

7:00 PM ET         UAB at No. 22 Florida

7:00 PM ET         Ball State at South Florida

7:00 PM ET         Virginia at Indiana

7:00 PM ET         Navy at Western Kentucky

7:00 PM ET         Morgan State at Bowling Green

7:00 PM ET         Gardner-Webb at Ohio

7:00 PM ET         Houston at North Texas

7:00 PM ET         Brigham Young at Texas

7:00 PM ET         Memphis at Arkansas State

7:00 PM ET         Northern Illinois at Kansas

7:00 PM ET         Louisiana-Lafayette at Kent State

7:00 PM ET         Central Arkansas at Louisiana Tech

7:00 PM ET         Georgia Tech at Middle Tennessee

7:00 PM ET         Grambling State at Louisiana-Monroe

7:00 PM ET         UTEP at Southern Methodist

7:00 PM ET         Nicholls State at Western Michigan

7:30 PM ET         Utah at No. 25 USC

7:30 PM ET         Connecticut at Vanderbilt

8:00 PM ET         Northwestern State at No. 4 LSU

8:00 PM ET         No. 16 Notre Dame at Michigan

8:00 PM ET         Weber State at Utah State

8:00 PM ET         Boston College at UCF

10:00 PM ET         San Jose State at UCLA

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