• June 27, 2022
 UTEP Updates 2017 Football Schedule

UTEP Updates 2017 Football Schedule

With the release of Conference USA’s TV schedule on Wednesday, UTEP’s 2017 football slate has been updated.

The Miners will appear on television six times over the course of the season, including five road games – at Oklahoma (Sept. 2, FOX), at Army (Sept. 30, CBS Sports Network), at Southern Miss (Oct. 14, STADIUM), at Middle Tennessee (Nov. 4, beIN Sports) and at North Texas (Nov. 11, ESPN3).  STADIUM is formerly ASN and Campus Insiders.

UTEP’s home matchup with Arizona (Sept. 15) will air on ESPN with an 8:15 p.m. Mountain start time.

Times are set for nine of the 12 games, the exception being the final three games in the month of November, which will be announced at a later date.

UTEP’s home games versus Rice (Sept. 9), WKU (Oct. 7) and UTSA (Oct. 28) will all kick at 6 p.m. Mountain time.  UTEP Football Season Tickets are on sale now by calling (915) 747-6150.

2017 UTEP Football Schedule

Date            Opponent            Time            Network

Sept. 2            at Oklahoma            1:30 p.m.            FOX

Sept. 9            Rice*            6 p.m.

Sept. 15            Arizona            8:15 p.m.            ESPN

Sept. 23            at NM State            6 p.m.

Sept. 30            at Army            1:30 p.m.            CBS Sports Network

Oct. 7            WKU*            6 p.m.

Oct. 14            at Southern Miss*            5 p.m.            STADIUM

Oct. 28            UTSA*            6 p.m.

Nov. 4            at Middle Tennessee*            5:30 p.m.            beIN Sports

Nov. 11            at North Texas*            TBA            ESPN3

Nov. 18            LA Tech*            TBA

Nov. 25            at UAB*            TBA


* Conference USA game

All times Mountain

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