Old Dominion 37-34 over Western Kentucky

Western Kentucky freshman running back Gino Appleberry Jr. (center) and tight end Kyle Fourtenbary celebrate Saturday after Appleberry scored a touchdown during Old Dominion’s 37-34 win at Houchens-Smith Stadium.

Western Kentucky has 11 of 12 football games currently slated for national broadcasts on the ESPN family of networks as well as Stadium for the 2019 football season

Conference USA announced its complete television selections for the 2019 season Thursday. WKU’s 12-game schedule will feature eight games on ESPN+, including the home opener against Central Arkansas on Aug. 29 at 6:30 p.m.

The Hilltoppers will be featured three times on Stadium, including one game exclusively on Stadium on Facebook.

WKU’s game at Arkansas on Nov. 9 is the lone game without a TV selection at this time. Broadcast and kickoff information for that game will be announced at a later date.

2019 WKU Football TV Schedule

Aug. 29 – Central Arkansas – ESPN+

  • Sept. 7 – at FIU– ESPN+

Sept. 14 – vs. Louisville – Stadium

  • Sept. 28 – UAB– ESPN+
  • Oct. 5 – at Old Dominion– ESPN+

Oct. 12 – Army – Stadium

  • Oct. 19 – Charlotte– ESPN+
  • Oct. 26 – at Marshall– Stadium on Facebook
  • Nov. 2 – Florida Atlantic– ESPN+

Nov. 9 – at Arkansas – TBD

  • Nov. 23 – at Southern Miss– ESPN+
  • Nov. 30 – Middle Tennessee– ESPN+
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