Vanderbilt vs Hawaii Live Stream Online, Channel, Prediction, How To Watch On CBS Sports Network
Finally, the 2022 college football season is here, and Saturday’s Week 0 schedule provides a great appetizer for what lies ahead in the coming months. Four of Saturday’s 11 games involving Football Bowl Subdivision teams in Week 0 air on CBS Sports Network in an all-day viewing experience that will extend through Sunday morning for viewers in select time zones.
The action begins at noon ET when the FBS season kicks off in Bowling Green, Kentucky, as Western Kentucky hosts Austin Peay. Then, UNLV kicks off the third year of the Marcus Arroyo era by hosting Idaho State at 3:30 p.m. before the evening roster brings a pair of FBS vs. FBS matchups.
Conference teams USA Charlotte and Florida Atlantic are wasting no time in getting league play started as the two face off in Boca Raton at 7 p.m. in a battle of teams looking to bounce back after 5-7 seasons. Finally, the nightcap pits an SEC team against a program in transition as Vanderbilt plays Hawaii in a 10:30 p.m. kickoff. The Commodores will hope to have overcome the jet lag of a long flight as they face a Rainbow Warriors team playing their first game under new coach and big program Timmy Chang
Here’s the full recap of all Week 0 action on CBS Sports Network. All times Eastern.
Vanderbilt in Hawaii
Date: Saturday August 27 | Time: 10:30 p.m.
Location: Clarence TC Ching Resort – Honolulu, Hawaii
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Direct: CBSSports.com | Mobile: CBS Sports app
Spread: Vanderbilt-6.5 | Will the Commodores cover? Check SportsLine Week 0 Projections
Scenarios: Legendary former Hawaii quarterback Timmy Chang begins his head coaching career with an exhibition game against Vanderbilt after spending the past 10 seasons as an assistant at various levels of college football. He appears to be facing an abrupt rebuild after an unceremonious end to Todd Graham’s tenure, which featured a massive exodus of players through the transfer portal. Vanderbilt is looking to gain ground under second-year coach Clark Lea after a 2-10 season in 2021.
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