Valley high school football grads to play college games in front of the cameras on national, regional TV

We’re still working on finalizing all the different schedules for Valley athletes on the college football gridiron this fall, but this year, with a good number of them playing in the Division I’s Football Bowl Subdivision, there will be plenty of opportunities for you to see local athletes in action this season. Here’s a schedule of games as we have compiled them thus far for games up to September 13. Note that all of these game times/broadcasts are subject to change, and additional games may be added later in the season. Check your provider’s listings for appropriate channel number, and whether you need a specific package to get that game.

TV SCHEDULE
Thursday-Cal Poly @ New Mexico State, 5:00, Fox College Sports Pacific and Fox Sports Arizona* (CP: MSHS grad Connor Deutsch)

Thursday-Washington State vs. Rutgers @ Seattle, 7:00, Fox Sports 1 (WSU: MSHS grads Jake Tweten, Sherman Hutcherson)

Friday-UNLV @ Arizona, 7:30, ESPN (UNLV: MSHS grad Trent Riley)

Saturday-Oregon State vs. Portland State, 1:00, Pac-12 Network (OSU: MSHS grads Nick and Josh Mitchell)

Saturday-Idaho @ Florida, 4:00, ESPNU (IDA: CHS grad Jared Klingenberg)

Saturday-Washington @ Hawaii, 7:30, CBS Sports Network (UW: MSHS grad Cameron Van Winkle)

September 5-Nevada vs. Washington State, 7:30, ESPN (NEV: MSHS grad Jimbo Davis; WSU: see above)

September 6-Washington vs. Eastern Washington, 12n, Pac-12 Network/WA (UW: see above)

September 6-Oregon State @ Hawaii, 7:30, CBS Sports Network (OSU: see above)

September 13-Washington vs. Illinois, 1:00, Fox Sports 1 (UW: see above)

September 13-Washington State vs. Portland State, 5:00, Pac 12 Network (WSU: see above)

September 13-Nevada @ Arizona, 8:00, Pac-12 Network (NEV: see above)

*Fox Sports Arizona is available only through DirecTV and Dish Network through their sports packs.

Pac-12 Network games are not available on DirecTV, but are available on Comcast and Dish. ESPN network games, Fox Sports 1 and CBS Sports Network games are available on all major providers serving the Snoqualmie Valley.

We’ll run another set of listings for games in late September here in a couple of weeks.

Rhett Workman

About Rhett Workman

Rhett Workman is the editor of the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal. Workman is a veteran sports journalist, having covered Snoqualmie Valley sports for nearly a decade with the Snoqualmie Valley Record newspaper before starting up the SVSJ. Workman's coverage has earned the support and respect of Valley coaches, players, parents and fans, and the SVSJ continues the standard of coverage that Workman brought to the Valley Record.
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