Michigan vs East Carolina The 2023 season has finally arrived, college football fans and Week 0 is underway. After a long offseason of transfer portal movement, conference realignment, and coaching changes at major programs across the country, we are now ready for the toe to meet Leather and talk about actual games being played on actual fields Saturday from Ireland to Los Angeles.
Michigan vs East Carolina Kick Off Time
Date: September 2, 2023
Game Time: 12:00 PM EST
Venue: Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI
All the top 25 teams will be in action this week, with games starting Thursday and running through Monday.
North Carolina vs. South Carolina has a good chance of winning in a strong match lineup. A head-to-head border battle between SEC and ACC, where two prolific offenses that sportsbooks viewed as a coin toss go head-to-head, is a must-see.
Elsewhere, two top 10 teams clash in Orlando on Monday night as LSU travels to Florida to face the Seminoles. This match boasts real pedigree, and both men come into the season as legitimate championship contenders.
It will likely be defined by a battle of one-upmanship between quarterbacks Jaden Daniels and Jordan Travis, who are ranked in the top 10 of signal callers heading into 2023.
In other notable games, Colorado State will likely take on TCU for a big win, while Utah State will host the Gators in Thursday’s Week 1 opener.
College Football Week 1 Schedule – Top 25
Saturday, September 2nd
East Carolina at Michigan, 12pm ET
Virginia at Tennessee, 12pm ET
Colorado at TCU, 12pm ET
Arkansas State at Oklahoma, 12pm ET
Utah State at Iowa, 12pm ET
Mercer at Ole Miss, 2 pm ET
Portland State at Oregon, 3pm ET
Ohio State at Indiana, 3:30pm ET
Boise State at Washington, 3:30pm ET
Rice at Texas, 3:30pm ET
Tennessee State at Notre Dame 3:30pm ET
Buffalo at Wisconsin, 3:30pm ET
UT Martin at Georgia, 6pm ET
Nevada at USC, 6:30pm ET
SE Missouri State at Kansas State, 7pm ET
New Mexico at Texas A&M, 7pm ET
Middle Tennessee at Alabama, 7:30pm ET
West Virginia at Penn State, 7:30pm ET
North Carolina vs. South Carolina, 7:30pm ET
South Alabama at Tulane, 8pm ET
How To Watch College Football Week 1 Live Stream
The college football season will be show live across the following broadcasters; ESPN, ESPN+, Fox, FS1, ABC, CBS and NBC.
You can also access a live stream by wagering over at BetOnline – see below for more details.