How New TV Deals Will Change Big Ten Football In 2023

Big Ten football is going to have a very different look in 2023. Gone are the days of games broadcast on ABC and ESPN, replaced by ones on CBS, NBC, and even the Peacock app.

The league’s new television contracts are going to mean a lot more money in the bank accounts of member schools, but how will it change the typical college football Saturday for fans?

Matt Sarzyniak of MattSarzSports.com is the nation’s leading expert on college football television. He joins host Tom Orr to discuss that and much more.

  • How will FOX, CBS, and NBC divide up the best games each week?
  • With CBS still televising SEC games this year, how will they split up key timeslots between them and the Big Ten?
  • Will Ohio State fans have to subscribe to the Peacock app to watch the Buckeyes this fall?
  • What time are the Buckeyes’ first four games – including the showdown with Notre Dame – most likely to kick off?

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Tom Orr

Writer, Photographer, Host of "Buckeye Weekly" and "Buckeyes TomOrrow Morning" podcasts