2013 FBS Independents Football Helmet Schedule

By Kevin Kelley -

FBSchedules.comThe 2013 FBS Independents Football Helmet Schedule is now available. The schedule, which is in PDF format, features the team helmets, date, and opponent for each FBS Independent team.

For the 2013 season, the following six teams are Independent: Army Black Knights, BYU Cougars, Idaho Vandals, Navy Midshipmen, New Mexico State Aggies, and Notre Dame Fighting Irish.

If you have an iPhone or an iPad, you can save the schedule to your device by using the iBooks application. Simply open the PDF schedule and then press the button that says “Open in iBooks.” The app will automatically save the document to your PDF library.

Download the 2013 FBS Independents Football Helmet Schedule now! Other helmet schedules for the 2013 season are available to download on our Helmet Schedules page.

 

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9 Comments to 2013 FBS Independents Football Helmet Schedule

  1. bcstpete said....

    for an indy, new mexico state has a great sked. 8 in state games with the trip up the road to al-b-kurky, over to louisana for 1 and 3 dates in recruiting rich texas, socal & south florida.

    February 11, 2013 at 7:40 pm
  2. @dbrunstheworld said....

    I agree, NMSU did great on such short notice.

    Honest question here, not bait – in their third year of independence how does BYU’s schedule stack up against Notre Dame? In terms of calibre of opponents, I realize BYU will always have a higher number of road games.

    February 11, 2013 at 8:30 pm
    • Fido said....

      I think (of course) that ND has the overall better schedule but BYU’s isn’t bad at all. BYU has 6 home (Texas, Utah, MTSU, Ga Tech, Boise St, Idaho St)and 6 road games (Virginia, Utah St, Houston, Wisconsin, ND, Nevada) while ND has 6 home (Temple, Michigan St, Oklahoma, USC, Navy, BYU), 5 road (Michigan, Purdue, Air Force, Pittsburgh, Stanford), and 1 neutral site game (Arizona State)

      February 11, 2013 at 9:02 pm
  3. Crystal said....

    cant find the redskins schedule

    February 12, 2013 at 9:03 pm
  4. Herm said....

    The picture for independents is interesting now. There are three basically in the east, and three in the west. One in each region is a premier program, BYU and ND. The other four are lesser programs but more or less comparable to each other. I am not quite sure where I am going with this, but with the WAC probably permanently gone as an FBS conference, I wonder if it might be advantageous for some of these schools to land in conferences that are currently short on members.

    February 14, 2013 at 10:44 pm
    • Herm said....

      I suppose I could answer my own question, Army and Navy to the Big East? Would Idaho and NM State join the Sun Belt Conference? I assume ND and BYU would stay independent?

      February 14, 2013 at 10:53 pm
    • Kevin Kelley said....

      Navy is already going to the Big East in 2015. Army prefers to stay Independent I believe.

      Idaho and NM State could head to the Sun Belt. But that depends on any FCS teams the SBC may grab.

      February 15, 2013 at 9:12 am
  5. Travis of the Cosmos said....

    Navy sort of got the shaft with this whole Big East collapse. They built their program up from a perennial doormat to a regional powerhouse in the 2000s and figured they were claiming their rightful spot among the powerhouse teams in the East when they signed on to join the conference a while back. Within a year the Big East devolved from a BCS-caliber conference into something about on par with C-USA, at best. Navy thought they were going to get to duke it out with the likes of Rutgers, Syracuse, Pitt, and West Virginia; now they’ll be playing a boring and repetitive schedule against mid-majors they could have scheduled any time they wanted as an independent. Although their program has become a lot weaker since the mid-to-late 2000s, so it might end up being an appropriate if unexciting fit for them.

    March 12, 2013 at 10:54 am

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