2013 NCAA Football Schedule – Every Game Streamed LIVE!


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Westwood One Sports is proud to announce its 2013 NCAA Football schedule and for the first time ever, EVERY GAME ON THE SCHEDULE WILL BE STREAMED FOR FREE right here on WestwoodOneSports.com.

Our schedule begins August 31st with the Texas Kickoff Classic, as Mississippi St. takes on Oklahoma St. at Reliant Stadium in Houston. That game is quickly followed up on Monday night, September 2nd as Pittsburgh begins life in the ACC by hosting Florida St. Marquee matchups throughout the season include LSU-Georgia on September 28th, Texas-Oklahoma on October 12th, Tennessee-Alabama on October 26th, Georgia-Florida on November 2nd, Oregon St. vs. Oregon on November 29th and Ohio St.-Michigan on November 30th. Westwood One will once again broadcast the SEC Championship Game, the annual Army-Navy Game and the FCS Championship Game.

See below or CLICK HERE for the complete schedule!







SaturdayAugust 31Miss. St. vs. Okla. St. (Houston, TX)

3:00PM ET

MondaySeptember 2Florida State @ Pittsburgh

7:30PM ET

SaturdaySeptember 7South Carolina @ Georgia


SaturdaySeptember 14UCLA @ Nebraska

11:30AM ET

SaturdaySeptember 21Kansas State @ Texas


SaturdaySeptember 28LSU @ Georgia


SaturdayOctober 5Washington @ Stanford


SaturdayOctober 12Texas vs. Oklahoma (Dallas, TX)


SaturdayOctober 19Auburn @ Texas A&M


SaturdayOctober 26Tennessee @ Alabama


SaturdayNovember 2Georgia vs. Florida (Jacksonville, FL)

3:00PM ET

SaturdayNovember 9Nebraska @ Michigan


FridayNovember 15Washington @ UCLA

8:30PM ET

SaturdayNovember 16Florida @ South Carolina


SaturdayNovember 23Oklahoma @ Kansas State


FridayNovember 29Oregon State @ Oregon

6:30PM ET

SaturdayNovember 30Ohio State @ Michigan


SaturdayDecember 7SEC Championship (Atlanta, GA)

3:30PM ET

SaturdayDecember 14Army vs. Navy (Philadelphia, PA)

2:00PM ET

SaturdayJanuary 4FCS Championship Game (Frisco, TX)

12:30 PM ET

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