2013 Mountain West football TV schedule: ESPN announces first slate of games

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ESPN released their first set of game for the 2013 football season.

The first of the televised Mountain West football games for the 2013 season were announced, and the first set of games come via the ESPN family of networks. There are more to come be here are the first seven games:

Date

Game

Game

Network

Fri, Sep 13

Air Force at Boise State

8 p.m. ET

ESPN

Fri, Sep 20

Boise State at Fresno State

9 p.m. ET

ESPN

Fri, Sep 27

Utah State at San Jose State

9 p.m. ET

ESPN

Fri, Oct 4

Nevada at San Diego State

9 p.m. ET

ESPN

Fri, Nov 8

Air Force at New Mexico

9 p.m. ET

ESPNU

Thu, Nov 21

UNLV at Air Force

9:30 p.m. ET

ESPNU

Fri, Nov 22

Navy at San Jose State

9:30 p.m. ET

ESPN2

Not a shock that these are all non-Saturday games, and it looks like CBS Sports Network would rather have Saturday games for the most part. As for my predictions of what channel would broadcast games I was just over 50 percent by getting four of seven right.

There is one game that changed dates and that is the Nov. 22 game between Navy and San Jose, that game was previously scheduled for Saturday Nov. 23.

Looks like it will be a slow burn of announcements for how to watch Mountain West games for the upcoming season.

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