Army has a contract for home game telecasts with CBS Sports, airing the majority of games on CBS Sports Network, with the exception of the Army-Navy game which is handled separately. The existing agreement is scheduled to end after the 2022 season but has been extended through the 2028 season.
Source: Army (CBS), Army (CBS extension), Army-Navy
BYU has an agreement with ESPN, ending after the completion of the 2026 season. ESPN retains rights to at least four BYU home and neutral site games where BYU is designated as the home team, with at least three airing on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2. ESPNU can also carry BYU games but is not required to carry any. BYUtv, the broadcasting arm of BYU, must air at least one game per season. All games airing on BYUtv will also be carried through the ESPN app.
Source: ESPN PressRoom
UConn has a rights agreement with CBS Sports Network running through the 2023 season. From 2021-2023, all home games will be televised by CBSSN.
Liberty has an agreement with ESPN, allowing Liberty home football games to be available to air on ESPN's television & digital platforms using the Flames Sports Network production team. A new five year agreement starts in 2021 with at least one home game per season to air on ESPN linear TV platforms and a second game to be chosen if it is scheduled for a non-traditional day of the week (ie. not Saturday).
NM State's rights are managed by Learfield Sports, who has worked to sell the television rights to their home games to local, regional and national entities. Learfield has sold OTT rights to FloSports for a three year period, ending after the 2022 season.
Rights to Notre Dame home games, including neutral site "home" games, are held by NBC. The contract requires for seven "home" games per year, including neutral site games. A new, extended contract allows for games to air on cable stations and other platforms owned by NBC, such as USA Network and Peacock. The extended contract expires after the 2025 season.
Source: Notre Dame (2025 extension)