How to watch North Carolina football games

We can’t wait to see what the Nittany Lions have to offer on the football field when the new season rolls around.

That’s why we decided to compile a list of every home game that will air on ESPN this year.

Here’s a breakdown of the games you can watch live on ESPN on the day of the game, as well as the games that will be available on TV after the game.


Sept. 4 at Washington State (ESPN) This game has the potential to become the next big game for North Carolina as the Cougars attempt to get back on track in the Pac-12 North.

The Cougars will face the Washington State Cougars on Sept. 12 in their last game against a ranked opponent.

Washington State’s defense should be very solid as it has allowed only one touchdown and just two interceptions in their three conference games.

The Bears have also allowed only six points in the first quarter of their past three games.

With a strong defense, the Cougs should be able to keep this game close.


Sept 5 vs. Stanford (ESPN2) Stanford is coming off of a bye week and has a very busy schedule.

It will be their last home game of the season.

The Cardinal will host a home game against Boise State at 7:30 p.m.

ET on Sept 5.

Boise State’s defensive line is one of the best in the country, but the Cougar defense has been pretty good.

If the Coug defense can keep it close, the Broncos will have to be careful with how much they pass the ball.


Sept 6 vs. Notre Dame (ESPNU) Notre Dame has a bye, and it’s their second game of their season.

Notre, on the other hand, has not played since a bye in mid-September.

The Irish defense has not been very good this season, allowing more than 70 points in five games.

Notre is coming into the season with a solid defense, but their offense is not nearly as potent as the offense.

This could be a close game for Notre, but with the defense playing so well, it could come down to how the defense can handle the run game and passing attack.


Sept 7 vs. Virginia Tech (ESPN3) Virginia Tech’s schedule has gotten even tougher this season as the Hokies have lost five straight and seven of their last nine games.

They will be looking to get the win at home against the Hokie faithful.

The Hokies are one of only two undefeated teams in the ACC and are coming off their second consecutive win against a Power Five opponent.

With this matchup, the Hokians will need to come out and put a little pressure on the defense.


Sept 8 vs. Georgia Tech (CBS Sports Network) Georgia Tech has lost seven straight games and five of their seven on the road.

Georgia’s defense has struggled in their first three games and has allowed a touchdown and seven points in their past two games.

Georgia has been playing better in the red zone, but it still needs to get better on the ground.

The Jackets defense has shown some flashes of the ability to play with speed.

They have given up just one touchdown to Georgia this season and have allowed a total of 16 rushing yards in the past three home games.


Sept 9 vs. Florida State (CBSSN) It is the last regular season game of this season for Florida State, who are coming into their bye week after playing in Week 2.

The Seminoles are coming out of a tough bye week with a very tough schedule.

The Hurricanes defense has looked very good the past two weeks and is coming out with a high-powered offense.

It is going to be a very physical contest for the FSU defense.


Sept 10 vs. LSU (ESPN, CBSSN) LSU’s season is about to get off to a slow start.

The Tigers will host Florida at 7 p.,m.

EST on Sept 10.

LSU has a lot of talented players, but they will need a lot more than that if they want to make a run at a bowl game.

This is the second straight week LSU will be without star quarterback Brandon Harris, who was injured on Sunday night.

He will miss the game against Florida.


Sept 11 vs. Michigan State (ABC) Michigan State is coming in off a bye and is in the midst of a three-game losing streak.

They are coming in on a short week with only two games to play, but Michigan State has shown that they are still very talented.

They did not allow a touchdown on the season, and they did not give up a single scoring drive in the game that was a 21-10 victory over Ohio State.

The Spartans defense should not be too far behind in this one.


Sept 12 vs. Texas A&M (ESPN Deportes) The Aggies are coming to town to face the Longhorns on Sept 12.

Texas is coming