Tuesday, September 2, 2014

2014 College Football Division 1 Week 2 TV, National Radio, & Streaming Schedule


Thursday, September 4
8 PM- Arizona at UTSA (Fox Sports 1) Tim Brando, Joel Klatt, Jenny Taft

8:30 PM- Texas College at Texas Southern (KHOU-DT2) Butch Alsandor, Lemont Williams, Nick Strong

Friday, September 5
7 PM- Pittsburgh at Boston College (ESPN) Dave Flemming, Danny Kanell, Allison Williams

10:30 PM-  Washington State at Nevada (ESPN) Mark Neely, Mike Bellotti, Shelley Smith

Saturday, September 6
Noon- Oklahoma at Tulsa (ABC/ESPN2) Sean McDonough, Chris Spielman, Todd McShay

Noon- Akron at Penn State (ABC/ESPN2) Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, Jeannine Edwards

Noon- Missouri at Toledo (ESPN) Bob Wischusen, Matt Millen, Quint Kessenich

Noon- McNeese State at Nebraska (ESPNU) Adam Amin, John Congemi

Noon- Central Michigan at Purdue (ESPNews) Eamon McAnaney, Dan Hawkins

Noon- Kansas State at Iowa State (Fox Sports 1) Justin Kutcher, Coy Wire

Noon- SMU at North Texas (FSN) Mike Morgan, J.C. Pearson, Steffi Sorensen

Noon- Buffalo at Army (CBSSN) Ben Holden, Kevin O'Connell

Noon- Howard at Rutgers (BTN) Kevin Kugler, Shawn O'Hara, Tina Cervasio

Noon- Western Illinois at Wisconsin (BTN) Scott Graham, Brooks Bollinger, Brandon Williams

Noon- Western Kentucky at Illinois (BTN) Chris Denari, J Leman, Rebecca Haarlow

Noon- FAU at Alabama (SEC) Dave Neal, Andre Ware, Laura Rutledge

Noon- Arkansas State at Tennessee (SEC) Dave Lamont, Ray Bentley, Dawn Davenport

Noon- Stony Brook at Connecticut (SNY, ESPN3) Eric Frede, Sean Mulcahy

Noon- JC Smith at Charlotte (ASN, Americansportsnet.com

12:30 PM- South Carolina State at Clemson (ACC Network, ESPN3) Tim Brant, Dave Archer, Rachel Baribeau

12:30 PM- James Madison at Lehigh (Service 2 Electric, PLN) Mike Zambelli, Mike Yadush, Al Di Carlo

1 PM- Morgan State at Holy Cross (Charter TV3, PLN) Kevin Shea, Andy Lacombe, Dave Bolduc

 2 PM- UAB at Mississippi State (SEC FSN, ESPN3) Bob Rathbun, Tim Couch, Elizabeth Moreau

3 PM- Fresno State at Utah (P12 Nets minus BAY, WA, & OR) Kevin Calabro, Yogi Roth, Lewis Johnson

3 PM- Sacramento State at California (P12 BAY) JB Long, Mike Pawlawski, Guy Haberman

3 PM- Eastern Washington at Washington (P12 WA & OR) Roxy Bernstein, Anthony Herron, Drea Avent

3 PM- William Penn at South Dakota (Midco SN) Jay Elsen, Andre Fields

3:30 PM- USC at Stanford (ABC) Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Heather Cox
(Compass Media) Gregg Daniels, Dale Hellestrae

3:30 PM- Ball State at Iowa (ESPN2) Beth Mowins, Joey Galloway, Paul Carcaterra

3:30 PM- Ohio at Kentucky (ESPNU) Clay Matvick, Anthony Becht

3:30 PM- Missouri State at Oklahoma State (FSN) Mark Followill, Brian Baldinger, Lesley McCaslin

3:30 PM- Maryland at USF (CBSSN) Dave Ryan, Corey Chavous, Lauren Gardner

3:30 PM- Middle Tennessee at Minnesota (BTN) Anthony LaPanta, Glen Mason, Jamie Hersch

3:30 PM- Northern Illinois at Northwestern (BTN) Eric Collins, Chuck Long, Lisa Byington

3:30 PM- Fordham at Villanova (ASN, Americansportsnet.com, PLN

4 PM- Georgia Tech at Tulane (ESPNews) Joel Meyers, Brian Kinchen

4 PM- Eastern Michigan at Florida (SEC) Tom Hart, Matt Stinchcomb

4 PM- Nicholls State at Arkansas (SEC) Matt Stewart, Cole Cubelic, Kayce Smith

4 PM- Liberty at Norfolk State (Flames SN, Big South Network, ESPN3) Mike Tilley, Ray Jones

4:30 PM- Ole Miss vs. Vanderbilt (ESPN) Joe Tessitore, Brock Huard, Shannon Spake
(Touchdown Radio) Taylor Zarzour, Gino Toretta

5:30 PM- Central Washington at Montana (Cowles Montana, SWX, Altitude2, Griz All-Access) Ron Davis, Grady Bennett, Shaun Rainey

6 PM- Tennessee State at Alabama State (ASPiRE) 

6:30 PM- Michigan State at Oregon (FOX) Gus Johnson, Charles Davis, Molly McGrath
(Westwood One) John Sadak, Derek Rackley
 (TBC Radio) George Blaha, Jason Strayhorn, Otis Wiley

 7 PM- San Jose State at Auburn (ESPN2) Dave Pasch, Brian Griese, Tom Luginbill

7 PM- East Carolina at South Carolina (ESPNU) Anish Shroff, Kelly Stouffer, Cara Capuano

7 PM- Arizona State at New Mexico (CBSSN) Carter Blackburn, Aaron Taylor, Jamie Erdhal

7 PM- Rhode Island at Marshall (ASN, Americansportsnet.com) Ron Thulin, Keith Moreland

7 PM- Southeast Missouri State at Kansas (Jayhawk TV, ESPN3) 

7 PM- Southern Illinois at Eastern Illinois (WEIU, OVC Digital) Mike Bradd, Jack Ashmore

7 PM- Robert Morris at North Dakota (Midco SN, FCS Pacific, Watch Big Sky) Dan Hammer, Ryan Kasowski, Greg Stemen

7 PM- Northern Arizona at Abilene Christian (KTES*) Grant Boone, Lance Fleming, Matt Sloan

7:30 PM- Michigan at Notre Dame (NBC) Dan Hicks, Mike Mayock, Kathryn Tappen, Doug Flutie
(IMG Notre DameDon Criqui, Allen Pinkett, Jeff Jeffers

7:30 PM- BYU at Texas (Fox Sports 1) Joe Davis, Joey Harrington, Kris Budden
(ESPN Radio) Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, Joe Schad
(Cougar IMG) Greg Wrubell, Marc Lyons, Nate Meikle

7:30 PM- Northwestern State at Baylor (FSN) Brendan Burke, Ben Leber, Christian Steckel

7:30 PM- Lamar at Texas A&M (SEC) Dave Baker, Greg McElroy, Niki Noto

7:30 PM- Sam Houston State at LSU (SEC) Brent Musburger, Jesse Palmer, Maria Taylor

7:30 PM- The Citadel at Florida State (ACC Regional, ESPN3) Wes Durham, James Bates, Hans Heiserer

7:30 PM- Towson at West Virginia (ROOT Pittsburgh) Rob King, Mike Logan, Dale Wolfley

7:30 PM- Mississippi Valley State at Illinois State (Comcast Chicago) Kurt Pegler, Boomer Grigsby

8 PM- Virginia Tech at Ohio State (ESPN) Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe
(Sports USA) John Ahlers, Gary Barnett

8 PM- San Diego State at North Carolina (ESPNews) Mike Couzens, Rene Ingoglia

8 PM- North Dakota State at Weber State (Altitude, NBC North Dakota, Watch Big Sky) Todd Romero, Blake Olson

9 PM- Black Hills at Montana State (Cowles Montana, Altitude2, Watch Big Sky) Chris Byers, Mike Callaghan, Rob Jelleson

10 PM- Memphis at UCLA (P12) Ted Robinson, Glenn Parker, Jill Savage

10:15 PM- Colorado State at Boise State (ESPN2) Mark Jones, Rod Gilmore, Jessica Mendoza

10:15 PM- Air Force at Wyoming (ESPNU) Mike Corey, David Diaz-Infante

10:30 PM- Oregon State at Hawaii (CBSSN) Matt McConnell, Adam Archuleta, Cassie Gallo

11 PM- Texas Tech at UTEP (Fox Sports 1) Craig Bolerjack, Ryan Nece

STREAMING SCHEDULE
1 PM- Navy at Temple (ESPN3) Dave Leno, Ken Dunek

1 PM- Georgetown at Dayton (A10 Digital) Alex Panormios, Tad Maurey

1 PM- Clarion at St. Francis [PA] (NEC Front Row) Pat Farabaugh, Steve Penstone

1 PM- Merrimack at Bryant (NEC Front Row) Tristan Hobbes, Tim Lynch

2 PM- New Mexico State at Georgia State (ESPN3) Dave Neal, Wayne Grady

2 PM- South Alabama at Kent State (ESPN3) Michael Reghi, Jerod Cherry

3 PM- Colorado at Massachusetts (ESPN3) Bob Picozzi, Matt Chatham

3:30 PM- Eastern Kentucky at Miami [OH] (ESPN3) Jim Barbar, Rocky Boiman

3:30 PM- Richmond at Virginia (ESPN3) Wayne Randazzo, John Gregory

3:30 PM- VMI at Bowling Green (ESPN3) Dan Gutowsky, Dustin Fox

5 PM- Elizabeth City State at NC Central (NCCU Sports Network) Chris Hooks, Joe Simmons

6 PM- Campbell at Appalachian State (ESPN3) Ryan Rose, Mickey Mathews

6 PM- Savannah State at Georgia Southern (ESPN3) Kevin Corke, Peter Vaas

6 PM- Old Dominion at NC State (ESPN3) Roy Philpott, George Wrighster, Angela Mallen

6 PM- Wagner at FIU (C-USA Digital) Mike Levine, Pete Pelegrin

6 PM- Furman at Mercer (ESPN3) Darren Goldwater, Corey Miller

6 PM- Delaware State at Delaware (Blue Hens TV) Scott Klatzkin, Matt Janus, Mike Milburn

6 PM- Coastal Carolina at North Carolina A&T (Lock TV) Spencer Gwynn, Al Swann, Billy Covington

6 PM- William & Mary at Hampton (Pirate TV) Donovan Rose, Richie Summerville, Jay Lang

6 PM- Lafayette at Sacred Heart (NEC Front Row) Randy Brochu

6 PM- Albany at Central Connecticut State (NEC Front Row) Bruce Biel, Marc Robbins

6 PM- Newberry at Charleston Southern (Big South Network) Kevin O'Rourke

6 PM- Pikeville at Morehead State (OVC Digital) Chuck Mraz, Jason Blanton, Michael Gustin

6:30 PM- Gardner-Webb at Wake Forest (ESPN3) Dave Weekley, Al Groh

7 PM- Murray State at Louisville (ESPN3) Shawn Kenney, Jay Walker, Lindsay Patterson

7 PM- Florida A&M at Miami [FL] (ESPN3) Drew Fellios, Forest Conoly, Tiffany Greene

7 PM- Duke at Troy (ESPN3) Trey Bender, Chad Brown

7 PM- Louisiana Tech at Louisiana-Lafayette (ESPN3) Dave Raymond, Jay Taylor

7 PM- Idaho at Louisiana-Monroe (ESPN3) Brock Bowling, Curtis Baham

7 PM- Alcorn State at Southern Miss (C-USA Digital) John Cox, Vic Purvis, Bo Morgan

7 PM- Cal Poly at South Dakota State (Jackrabbit Extra) Tyler Merriam, Mike Struck, Scotty Kwas

7 PM- Truman State at Drake (Bulldog Vision) Chuck Reed

7 PM- Central Methodist at Southern (Go Jag Sports)

7 PM- Florida Tech at Stetson (Hatter Vision) Matt Musgrove, Steve Ostermann

7 PM- Incarnate Word at Stephen F. Austin (Lumberjack TV) Rob Meyers

7 PM- Catawba at Davidson (Davidson All-Access) Mark Plemmons

7 PM- UT Martin at Central Arkansas (UCA TV) Steve Sullivan, Justin Acri, Monty Rowell

7 PM- Bluefield at Presbyterian (Big South Network) Eric Thacker, John Orck

7 PM- Virginia Lynchburg at Jackson State (JSU TV) Spencer McClenty, Willie Richardson, Jefferey Moore

7 PM- Jacksonville State at Chattanooga (SoCon Digital) Jim Reynolds, Todd Agne, Will Poindexter

8 PM- Grambling at Houston (ESPN3) Brett Dolan, Pat Hill

8 PM- Idaho State at Utah State (MW Network

8 PM- McMurry at Houston Baptist (Foxsportssouthwest.com) Tom Franklin, Jeff Power

8 PM- Southern Utah at Southeastern Louisiana (LionVision) Mark Willoughby, Robbie Rhodes, Trevor Bergeron

9 PM- Ft. Lewis at UC Davis (Watch Big Sky) Scott Marsh, Doug Kelly

9 PM- Western New Mexico at San Diego (TheW.tv) Jack Cronin, JT Rogan

10 PM- Northern Colorado at UNLV (MW Network) Tony Cordasco, Caleb Herring

10:15 PM- Western Oregon at Portland State (Watch Big Sky) Tom Hewitt, Mike Lund

*-Game shown tape delayed.

2014 MLS Week 26 TV Schedule


Wednesday, September 3
7 PM- Toronto FC at Philadelphia Union (TSN2) Luke Wileman, Jason de Vos
(RDS2 [French]Claudine Douville, Michel Y. Lacroix
(Comcast Philadelphia) JP Dellacamera, Peter Pappas, Heather Mitts

7:30 PM- Sporting Kansas City at New England Revolution (KMCO) Callum Williams, Diego Gutierrez, Jake Yadrich
(Comcast New England) Brad Feldman, Paul Mariner, Jessie Coffield

10:30 PM- Seattle Sounders at Chivas USA (KCPQ) Ross Fletcher, Kasey Keller
(TWCS Deportes) Ricardo Celis

Friday, September 5
10:30 PM- Colorado Rapids at Los Angeles Galaxy (NBCSN) John Strong, Robbie Earle

Saturday, September 6
2 PM- Philadelphia Union at Toronto FC (Univision Deportes [Esp.]
(Comcast Network) JP Dellacamera, Peter Pappas, Heather Mitts
(TSN2) Luke Wileman, Jason de Vos

7:30 PM- Sporting Kansas City at New York Red Bulls (NBC) Steve Cangialosi, Robbie Mustoe

8:30 PM- Montreal Impact at Houston Dynamo (TVA Sports [French]) Frederic Lord, Olivier Brett
(Comcast Houston) Glenn Davis, Eddie Robinson

10 PM- FC Dallas at Real Salt Lake (KTXA) Bob Sturm, Steve Jolley
(KUCW) Bill Riley, Brian Dunseth

10 PM- DC United at Vancouver Whitecaps (Comcast Mid-Atlantic) Dave Johnson, Santino Quaranta
(TSN) Nigel Reed, Kristian Jack

Sunday, September 7
3 PM- Chivas USA at Columbus Crew (UniMas [Esp.]
(KDOC) Christian Miles, Danny Lee
(TWCS Ohio) Dwight Burgess, Chris Doran, Ashleigh Ignelzi

5 PM- San Jose Earthquakes at Portland Timbers (ESPN2) Adrian Healy, Taylor Twellman, Monica Gonzales
(ESPN Deportes [Esp.]Richard Mendez, Giovanni Savares

7 PM- Chicago Fire at New England Revolution (WPWR, TWCS Wisconsin) Dan Kelly, Kevin Egan
(Comcast New EnglandBrad Feldman, Paul Mariner, Jessie Coffield

Friday, August 29, 2014

2014 CFL Week 10 TV Schedule & Announcing Assignments


The networks of ESPN begin showing CFL games on Sunday head-to-head against the NFL next week. This week, however, you're in for your usual ESPN3 stream, with all games also being on TSN. Here's the upcoming schedule.

Friday, August 29
7:30 PM- Ottawa Redblacks at Montreal Alouettes
Announcers: Rod Black, Duane Ford, John Lu
RDS Announcers: Denis Casavant, Pierre Vercheval, Matthieu Prolux, Mike Sutherland, Marc Labrecque

Sunday, August 31
3:30 PM- Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Saskatchewan Roughriders 
Announcers: Chris Cuthbert, Glen Suitor, Lee Jones

Monday, September 1
12:30 PM- Toronto Argonauts at Hamilton Tiger-Cats 
Announcers: Rod Black, Duane Ford, Matthew Scianitti

4 PM- Edmonton Eskimos at Calgary Stampeders 
Announcers: Chris Cuthbert, Glen Suitor, Jermain Franklin

2014-15 English Premier League Week 3 TV and National Radio Schedule

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Week three is here, so never fear. It means there will be plenty of action on the pitch for yuo to enjoy. Here's your English Premier League schedule for the week.

As a quick reminder, every match can be listened to online thanks to Westwood One Sports. Both English and Spanish audio is available. Once again we will list the games that can be heard on the radio through Westwood One affiliates below.

Saturday, August 30
7:45 AM- Manchester United at Burnley (NBCSN) Jim Proudfoot, Jim Belgin
(Westwood One

10 AM- Stoke City at Manchester City (NBCSN) Daniel Mann, Davie Provan
(Westwood One
(mun2 [Esp.])

10 AM- Crystal Palace at Newcastle (Extra Time / Fathom Events) Gary Weaver, Brian Little

10 AM- West Brom at Swansea City (Extra Time) Jonathan Beck, Ray Houghton

10 AM- Southampton at West Ham (Extra Time) Gary Taphouse, Trevor Francis

10 AM- Sunderland at Queens Park Rangers (Extra Time) Tony Jones, Tony Gale

12:30 PM- Chelsea at Everton (NBC) Arlo White, Lee Dixon
(Westwood One
(mun2 [Esp.])

Sunday, August 31
8:30 AM- Liverpool at Tottenham (NBCSN) Arlo White, Graeme Le Saux
(Westwood One
(mun2 [Esp.])

8:30 AM- Hull City at Aston Villa (Extra Time) Ian Crocker, Dean Sturridge

11 AM- Arsenal at Leicester City (NBCSN) Peter Drury, Danny Mills
(Westwood One
(Telemundo [Esp.])

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

2014 NFL Preseason Week 4 TV & National Radio Schedule

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Thursday, August 28
6 PM- Atlanta Falcons at Jacksonville Jaguars (Falcons TVRandy Waters, Dave Archer, Laura Okmin
(Jaguars TVSteve Kouvaris, Mark Brunell, Nikki Kimbleton

7 PM- Detroit Lions at Buffalo Bills (Lions TVMatt Shephard, Rob Rubick, Tom Leyden
(Bills TVRay Bentley, Steve Tasker, Mike Catalana

7 PM- Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals (Colts TVDon Fischer, Barry Krauss
(Bengals TVBrad Johansen, Anthony Munoz, Mike Valpredo

7 PM- Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers (Chiefs TV) Paul Burmeister, Trent Green, B.J. Kissel, Rachel Santschi 
(Packers TVKevin Harlan, Rich Gannon, Rod Burks

7 PM- St. Louis Rams at Miami Dolphins (Rams TVAndrew Siciliano, Marshall Faulk, Torry Holt, Casey Phillips, Martin Kilcoyne
(Dolphins TVDick Stockton, Bob Griese, Nat Moore, Kim Bokamper

7 PM- New York Jets at Philadelphia Eagles (Jets TVIan Eagle, Greg Buttle, Otis Livingston
(NFL Network, Eagles TVScott Graham, Brian Baldinger, Dave Spadaro

7:30 PM- New England Patriots at New York Giants (Patriots TVDan Roche, Christian Fauria, Steve Burton, Matt Chatham
(Giants TVBob Papa, Carl Banks, Howard Cross, Bruce Beck

7:30 PM- Carolina Panthers at Pittsburgh Steelers (Panthers TVMick Mixon, Mick Rucker, Kelli Bartik
(Steelers TVBob Pompeani, Edmund Nelson, Jeff Verszyla

7:30 PM- Washington Redskins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Redskins TVKenny Albert, Joe Theismann, Ken Harvey
(Buccaneers TVChris Myers, Ronde Barber, Dan Lucas

8 PM- Chicago Bears at Cleveland Browns (Bears TVSam Rosen, Jim Miller, Lou Canellis
(Browns TVJim Donovan, Solomon Wilcots, Dave Chudowsky

8 PM- Denver Broncos at Dallas Cowboys (Broncos TVRon Zappolo, Alfred Williams, Jon Mackey
(Cowboys TVBill Jones, Babe Laufenberg, Steve Dennis
(America's Team on Compass MediaKevin Ray, Danny White

8 PM- San Francisco 49ers at Houston Texans (49ers TVTed Robinson, Tim Ryan, Dennis O'Donnell
(Texans TVKevin Kugler, Spencer Tillman, Drew Doughtery

8 PM- Baltimore Ravens at New Orleans Saints (Ravens TVGerry Sandusky, Stan White, Qadry Ismael, Brent Harris
(Saints TVJoel Meyers, Jon Stinchcomb, Sean Kelly, Mike Nabors, John DeShazier

8 PM- Minnesota Vikings at Tennessee Titans (Vikings TVPaul Allen, Pete Bercich, Greg Coleman, Ben Leber
(Titans TVCory Curtis, Eddie George, Audra Martin

10 PM- Seattle Seahawks at Oakland Raiders (Seahawks TVKurt Menefee, Brock Huard
(Compass Media, NFL Network, Raiders TVGreg Papa, Tom Flores, Jim Plunkett, JT The Brick

10 PM- Arizona Cardinals at San Diego Chargers (Cardinals TVDave Pasch, Ron Wolfley, Rich Cellini
(Chargers TVDan Fouts, Billy Ray Smith

Monday, August 25, 2014

2014 MLS Week 25 TV Schedule


Wednesday, August 27
10:30 PM- DC United at Los Angeles Galaxy (TWCS LA) Mark Rogondino, Cobi Jones
(TWC Deportes [Esp.]) Samuel Jacobo, Martin Zuniga, Elmur Souza

Friday, August 29
8 PM- Houston Dynamo at Sporting Kansas City (NBCSN) John Strong, Shep Messing

Saturday, August 30
4 PM- Colorado Rapids at Seattle Sounders (Altitude) Richard Fleming, Marcelo Balboa, Jason Kosmicki
(KCPQ) Ross Fletcher, Kasey Keller

5 PM- New England Revolution at Toronto FC (Comcast New England) Brad Feldman, Jeff Causey
(SNET-1) Dan Dunleavy, Adrian Serioux, Gareth Wheeler

7:30 PM- Columbus Crew at Montreal Impact (TWCS Ohio) Dwight Burgess, Ashleigh Ignelzi
(TVA Sports [French]) Frederic Lord, Olivier Brett

8:30 PM- FC Dallas at Chicago Fire (TWCS Texas) Bob Sturm, Kevin Hartman
(WPWR, TWCS Wisconsin) Dan Kelley, Evan Whitfield, Kevin Egan

10:30 PM- Portland Timbers at Vancouver Whitecaps (KPDX) Keith Bleyer, Ross Smith, Robbie Earle
(TSN2) Luke Wileman, Jason de Vos

10:30 PM- Real Salt Lake at San Jose Earthquakes (KUCW) Bill Riley, Brian Dunseth
(Comcast Bay Area) Jim Kozimor, Kelly Gray, Dan Dibley

Sunday, August 31
2:30 PM- New York Red Bulls at DC United (NBCSN) John Strong, Robbie Russell

8 PM- Los Angeles Galaxy at Chivas USA (Univision Deportes [Esp.]
(TWCS LA) Mark Rogondino, Cobi Jones

2014-15 CONCACAF Champions Week 3 TV schedule


Tuesday, August 26
8 PM- CD Fas at New York Red Bulls (Fox Sports 2) JP Dellacamera, Cobi Jones
(Univision Deportes [Esp.])

10 PM- R. Esteli at Saprisa (Fox Soccer 2GO)
(Galavision [Esp.])

10 PM- America at Comunicaciones (Fox Soccer 2GO)
(Univision Deportes [Esp.])

Wedensday, August 27
8 PM- Herediano at Leon (Fox Soccer 2GO
 (Univision Deportes [Esp.])

10 PM- Pachuca at Municipal (Fox Soccer 2GO
 (Univision Deportes [Esp.])

Thursday, August 28
8 PM- Tauro at Watherhouse FC (Fox Soccer 2GO
 (Univision Deportes [Esp.])

10 PM- Alpha United at Olimpia (Fox Soccer 2GO)

10 PM- Chorrillo at Alajuelense (Fox Soccer 2GO
 (Univision Deportes [Esp.])

After this week CONCACAF Champions matches will be off until September 16.