As announced on September 15, there is one rematch from last year in this mix with Alabama meeting up with Dayton.
Of course, everyone should know about the overnight start to accommodate the last night crowd in Hawaii and also the early risers in the Eastern part of the United States.
Rece Davis, Joey Galloway, Kirk Herbstreit and David Pollack will be on site during the 30 minute break in-between games at Madison Square Garden to release that week’s Top 25 in college football–the only major break for the ESPN family of networks for this being the ninth annual true Hoops Du Jour.
Thank goodness there is Jay Reynolds and SportsCenter All Night on ESPN Radio to keep me company. Here is the list of games confirmed to date, with more announcements to come before Veteran’s Day. The four-time defending women’s champions from Uconn will get things rolling, but the men won’t get going until late in prime time:
|Mon, Nov 14||6 p.m.||No. 4 UConn at No. 15 Florida State (women)||ESPN2|
|8 p.m.||No. 6 Texas at No. 10 Stanford (women)||ESPN2|
|10 p.m.||Princeton at BYU||ESPN2|
|Tue, Nov 15||Midnight||San Diego State at Gonzaga||ESPN2|
|2 a.m.||Wisconsin-Green Bay at Pacific||ESPN2|
|4:15 a.m.||Florida Atlantic at Hawaii||ESPN2|
|6:30 a.m.||Niagara at Hartford||ESPN2|
|8:45 a.m.||Winthrop at Manhattan||ESPN2|
|11 a.m.||Longwood at Stephen F. Austin||ESPN2|
|1:15 p.m.||Dayton at Alabama||ESPN2|
|3:30 p.m.||No. 10 Oregon at Baylor||ESPN2|
|7 p.m.||State Farm Champions Classic (Madison Square Garden, New York): No. 3 Kentucky vs. No. 13 Michigan State||ESPN|
|9:30 p.m.||State Farm Champions Classic (Madison Square Garden, New York): No. 1 Duke vs. No. 4 Kansas||ESPN|