Channel Lineup
HD New
Programs for ESPNU on Thursday, June 4, 2020
12:00 AM
2015 NCAA Women's College World Series WCWS Finals Game 3: Michigan Wolverines vs Florida Gators from ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City Defending champion Florida comes in as the No. 1 overall seed, while third-seeded Michigan lost both of its regular season meetings with the Gators.
2:00 AM
2012 NCAA Women's College World Series Game #12: Alabama Crimson Tide vs California Golden Bears from ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City Arizona State Sun Devils / Alabama Crimson Tide winner faces Winner Game 10; defending champion Arizona State makes its 10th appearance in program history.
4:00 AM
2019 NCAA Women's College World Series Game 11: Washington Huskies vs UCLA Bruins from ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City No. 6 seed Arizona/No. 2 seed UCLA winner in Game 5 advances to face the winner in Game 9 with a spot in the Championship Finals at stake. Adam Amin(Commentator), Amanda Scarborough(Commentator), Holly Rowe(Commentator)
6:00 AM
SEC Storied Bo, Barkley & The Big Hurt (Repeat) Bo Jackson was a running back and baseball player, Frank Thomas was a baseball player and a tight end, and Charles Barkley played basketball at Auburn.
7:00 AM
College Football 150 - The Greatest What-Ifs? (Repeat) What might have happened if a call went one way instead of another, or a key figure made a different decision, or the rules were just a little different.
7:30 AM
College Football Northwestern Wildcats at Minnesota Golden Gophers from TCF Bank Stadium
9:30 AM
College Football 2014 Popeyes Bahamas Bowl: Central Michigan Chippewas vs Western Kentucky Hilltoppers from Thomas A. Robinson Nat. Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas CMU is 3-4 in bowl appearances, including a 24-21 win over the Hilltoppers in the 2012 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl; WKU received its second bowl invitation. Steve Levy(Commentator), Lou Holtz(Commentator), Mark May(Commentator), Laura Rutledge(Commentator)
11:00 AM
College Football 2005 Capital One Bowl: LSU Tigers vs Iowa Hawkeyes from Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla. Alley Broussard and No. 12 LSU (9-2) have won six-straight games; Drew Tate and No. 11 Iowa (9-2) have won seven straight after beating Wisconsin.
1:00 PM
College Football BYU Cougars at Nebraska Cornhuskers from Memorial Stadium BYU lost to Memphis, 55-48, in 2OT in the Miami Beach Bowl to finish at 8-5; Nebraska went 9-4 last season, but lost 45-42 to USC in the Holiday Bowl. Sean McDonough(Commentator), Chris Spielman(Commentator), Todd McShay(Commentator)
3:00 PM
College Football
5:00 PM
College Football Wisconsin Badgers at Michigan State Spartans from Spartan Stadium No. 6 Wisconsin (6-0) averages 50 points per game, while holding its opponents to under 10 points; Michigan State (5-1) defeated Michigan on Oct. 15, 28-14.
7:00 PM
SEC Inside Women's Basketball Tournament (Repeat) SEC teams prepare for their upcoming opponent with practice sessions and work inside the film room, featuring coaches drilling their players.
7:30 PM
For The Culture (Repeat) An all-access look focuses on the 2019-20 South Carolina women's basketball team, as the Gamecocks feature key returnees and a top recruiting class.
8:30 PM
Women's College Basketball SEC Tournament: Championship: Mississippi State Bulldogs vs South Carolina Gamecocks from Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, S.C. Mississippi State won the tournament last year, beating Arkansas in the final, 101-70, behind 24 points and 14 rebounds tournament MVP Teaira McCowan.
10:00 PM
2017 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament Championship: Mississippi State Bulldogs vs South Carolina Gamecocks from American Airlines Center in Dallas Mississippi State ended UConn's 111-game winning streak with a 66-64 overtime victory; South Carolina beat MSU in the SEC Tournament championship game, 59-49. Dave O'Brien(Commentator), Doris Burke(Commentator), Kara Lawson(Commentator), Holly Rowe(Commentator)
For complete television listings, visit
Copyright 2020. TitanTV, Inc. All rights reserved.
^ advertisement