Of course, the big one is a Big 12 matchup between 24-ranked Kansas State and Oklahoma State. That one will be taking place on Saturday, September 28 at 12-noon.
For Kansas State, it’s coach Chris Kleiman’s first year as head coach, after coming from North Dakota State. And he’ll need to be prepared for the powerful and strong offense that Oklahoma State has. Which is led by wide receiver Tylan Wallace, and QB Spencer Sanders. Kansas State is coming off of its bye week, while Oklahoma State is coming off a loss at Texas.
Other college football games airing on ESPN+ this weekend
In addition to that Big 12 matchup, there’s a couple of other marquee matchups happening on Saturday.
You’ll find BYU taking on Toledo at 3:30PM. BYU has had a pretty strong start to the season, upsetting USC and Tennessee already. And the last meeting between BYU and Toledo was a 55-53 shootout, and BYU somehow came out on top.
Then there is Coastal Carolina vs Appalachian State, which airs at 7PM. Appalachian State is coming off a road upset win against North Carolina last week, and that was their first Power 5 team they upset since 2007 – when they upset the Michigan Wolverines. Normally, Appalachian State has dominated this series, but Coastal Carolina is coming off of a three-game win streak.
This is going to be the first game of Sun Belt conference play for both teams.
Plenty of original content coming to ESPN+ too
While you’ll likely sign up for ESPN+ for the sports, there’s also a ton of original content.
And this weekend, there’s some more episodes of popular shows that are available.
The first episode of SneakerCenter was released earlier this week, and there will be seven more episodes coming out this fall. It’s a brand new ESPN+ series that puts a light on the sneaker lifestyle and culture across sports, entertainment and beyond. The first episode features Common.
NFL PrimeTime will be airing on ESPN+ on Sunday nights through the 2019 season, starting at 7:30PM ET and it’ll be exclusive to ESPN+. It’ll be updated after its initial airing with highlights from Sunday and Monday night games, so you’ll be able to watch it until Wednesday each week. It’s a good way to catch up on all of the action from the NFL, in a short amount of time.
That’s just some of the content that ESPN+ has available right now, and there’s going to be much more coming in the next few months. ESPN+ is just $5 per month, and it’s really worth the price. You can sign up for ESPN+ here or using the link below. You’ll want to sign up for ESPN+ so you don’t miss some Big 12 College Football this weekend.