Penn State’s Sept. 14 game against Central Florida will be part of Big Ten Netowrks’ featured package of 12 primetime games during the 2013 college football season.
Five games feature a pre-season top-25 Big Ten team, while three of the 12 matchups feature games versus teams from the SEC, ACC and Pac-12 conferences. Eight Big Ten schools in all will be featured in prime.
In total, BTN will televise 47 football games this fall. Start times and television arrangements for other early-season games will be announced at a later date.The primetime schedule is featured below.
BTN Primetime Schedule Thursday, August 29
7 PM – UNLV at Minnesota
Friday, August 30
8 PM – Western Michigan at Michigan State
Saturday, August 31
8 PM – Wyoming at Nebraska
Saturday, September 7
6 PM – Syracuse at Northwestern
6 PM – Southern Miss at Nebraska
Saturday, September 14
6 PM – UCF at Penn State
6 PM – Washington vs. Illinois (at Soldier Field)
9 PM – Western Michigan at Northwestern
Saturday, September 21
8 PM – Missouri at Indiana
Saturday, October 19
8 PM – Wisconsin at Illinois