What college football games are on ESPN Plus today? Week 11 schedule, kickoff times, how to watch on TV (11/11/2023)

Week 11 of the college football season is underway and there are several intriguing games that will be featured live on ESPN Plus this week — including the currently undefeated James Madison University Dukes facing the UConn Huskies — and during the rest of the 2023 college football season.

  • Start watching college football games now on ESPN+, or see the Saturday schedule for Week 11 provided below.

What college football games are on ESPN+ in Week 11 taking place on Saturday, November 11?

Here’s a look at what ESPN’s low-cost streaming platform has to offer, and a complete Week 11 schedule with every college football game available on the service this weekend.

  • SATURDAY 11/11/2023 (all times PT)
  • 9:00 AM Temple vs. South Florida
  • 9:00 AM Norfolk State vs. Delaware State
  • 9:00 AM Morgan State vs. South Carolina State
  • 9:00 AM Murray State vs. Illinois State
  • 9:00 AM Merchant Marine Academy vs. Coast Guard Academy
  • 9:00 AM South Dakota State vs. Youngstown State
  • 9:00 AM Stonehill vs. Duquesne
  • 9:00 AM Charleston Southern vs. Robert Morris
  • 9:30 AM Brown vs. Columbia
  • 9:30 AM Fordham vs. Lafayette
  • 10:00 AM Stetson vs. Valparaiso
  • 10:00 AM VMI vs. Furman
  • 10:00 AM Lehigh vs. Colgate
  • 10:00 AM Old Dominion vs. Liberty
  • 10:00 AM Tennessee State vs. Eastern Illinois
  • 10:00 AM Pennsylvania vs. Harvard
  • 10:00 AM North Dakota vs. South Dakota
  • 10:00 AM Davidson vs. Morehead State
  • 10:00 AM Georgetown vs. Bucknell
  • 10:00 AM Albany State vs. Benedict
  • 10:00 AM East Tennessee State vs. Western Carolina
  • 10:00 AM Western Illinois vs. Indiana State
  • 10:30 AM Cornell vs. Dartmouth
  • 11:00 AM Appalachian State vs. Georgia State
  • 11:00 AM Memphis vs. Charlotte
  • 11:00 AM Presbyterian vs. Drake
  • 11:00 AM Utah Tech vs. Austin Peay
  • 11:00 AM UConn vs. James Madison
  • 11:00 AM Wofford vs. The Citadel
  • 11:00 AM Bryant vs. Lindenwood
  • 11:00 AM Troy vs. UL Monroe
  • 11:30 AM Gardner-Webb vs. Tennessee Tech
  • 12:00 PM Idaho vs. Weber State
  • 12:00 PM Virginia Lynchburg vs. Kennesaw State
  • 12:00 PM Sam Houston vs. Louisiana Tech
  • 12:00 PM Southeast Missouri State vs. UT Martin
  • 12:00 PM Tarleton State vs. Abilene Christian
  • 12:00 PM Northern Colorado vs. Northern Arizona
  • 12:00 PM Baylor vs. No. 25 Kansas State
  • 12:00 PM Samford vs. Mercer
  • 12:00 PM Eastern Washington vs. Montana State
  • 12:00 PM Northern Iowa vs. Missouri State
  • 12:00 PM Prairie View A&M vs. Southern
  • 12:30 PM Florida International vs. Middle Tennessee
  • 12:30 PM Texas State vs. Coastal Carolina
  • 12:30 PM Southern Illinois vs. North Dakota State
  • 12:30 PM New Mexico State vs. Western Kentucky
  • 1:00 PM East Carolina vs. Florida Atlantic
  • 1:00 PM St. Thomas-Minnesota vs. San Diego
  • 1:00 PM Lamar vs. Nicholls
  • 1:30 PM SE Louisiana vs. Texas A&M Commerce
  • 2:00 PM Cal Poly vs. Sacramento State
  • 2:00 PM Southern Utah vs. Stephen F. Austin
  • 2:00 PM Arkansas State vs. South Alabama
  • 2:00 PM Eastern Kentucky vs. Central Arkansas
  • 3:00 PM UC Davis vs. Idaho State
  • 5:00 PM Houston Christian vs. McNeese
  • 6:00 PM Montana vs. Portland State
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How much does ESPN Plus cost? Is there a free trial?

Unfortunately, ESPN+ does not currently offer a free trial period for the platform. However, ESPN Plus does cost just $10.99/month (you can cancel at any time before your monthly subscription comes up for renewal). You can also purchase the service at a slight discount if you buy a year-long subscription for $109.99. So, for under $11, you can try it out for a month and see if it works for you, or just watch that one game you can’t afford to miss.

  • Try it out: Sign up for ESPN+ for under $11/month

What is ESPN Plus and why should college football fans sign up?

ESPN Plus is a live sports streaming service available from ESPN, but it isn’t made available through your local cable provider. ESPN Plus is NOT a TV channel and is not available on cable and satellite packages from companies like Comcast/Xfinity, Verizon, Frontier, Charter, Spectrum and DirecTV . ESPN Plus is not included on those services because the service is a direct-to-consumer platform, which helps keep the cost low and available to everyone despite their location.

What games and teams will be available to watch on ESPN+ this season?

ESPN+ won’t have the biggest national-broadcast games, but it will have a huge selection of college football games to watch from Thursday through Saturday each week during the 2023 college football season. ESPN Plus essentially broadcasts all games that aren’t big enough, or don’t make the list of ESPN’s main networks for broadcast. For example, there are tons of non-conference games this season featuring SEC and Big 12 teams like Auburn, Georgia, Baylor, Kentucky, Kansas and more. If you are a fan of a smaller team, programs like Harvard, Yale and other Ivy League schools are featured each week on the service. ESPN Plus also has the rights to broadcast several other mid-major college football leagues and teams. This includes teams from leagues like the America East, MEAC, Atlantic 10, Patriot League, Conference USA, the Sun Belt, SWAC, the MAC and so many more. If your team is a mid-major, there’s a good chance ESPN+ will be broadcasting their games.

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While ESPN Plus does give you access to a vast selection of live games from pro and college sports, the service will not give you access to live sports and programs being broadcast live on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU, ESPN Classic and ESPN News. To watch those channels, you will still need cable, satellite or a live TV streaming service provider like Fubo (free trial), Sling (cheapest streaming plans) and DirecTV Stream (free trial).

Can I get ESPN Plus on my TV, or is it just on phones on computers?

ESPN Plus is not a TV channel, so you will have to access it through the ESPN app. If you have a smart TV that is hooked up to wifi, or connected to the internet with an ethernet cable, you should have no problem downloading the ESPN app. If you don’t have a smart TV, but do have a streaming device, you can get ESPN Plus by adding the app to any of the following streaming devices that you currently use to watch TV and movies:

  • Apple TV
  • Roku
  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Android TV
  • Xbox One or Xbox Series X
  • Playstation 4 or 5

You can also watch ESPN Plus by using the app on your desktop computer, or with your internet browser by visiting plus.espn.com.



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