2013 Big East Football Schedules announced

By Kevin Kelley -

Big EastThe 2013 Big East Football Schedules were officially announced today. Conference play begins on Saturday, Sept. 7 when Houston visits Temple.

For the 2013 season, the Big East welcomes new members Houston, Memphis, SMU, and UCF. Pittsburgh and Syracuse are leaving the conference in 2013 to join the ACC.

Featured 2013 non-conference match-ups for the Big East include Purdue at Cincinnati, Michigan at Connecticut, BYU at Houston, Louisville at Kentucky, Duke at Memphis, Arkansas at Rutgers, SMU at Texas A&M, Temple at Notre Dame, and Miami (FL) at USF.

2013 Big East Football Schedules

2013 Big East Composite Football Schedule

Thursday, Aug. 29
Akron at UCF
Towson at Connecticut
Rutgers at Fresno State

Friday, Aug. 30
Southern at Houston
Texas Tech at SMU

Saturday, Aug. 31
Purdue at Cincinnati
Ohio at Louisville
McNeese State at USF
Temple at Notre Dame

Saturday, Sept. 7
UCF at Florida International
Cincinnati at Illinois
Houston at Temple
Eastern Kentucky at Louisville
Duke at Memphis
Norfolk State at Rutgers
Montana State at SMU
USF at Michigan State

Saturday, Sept. 14
UCF at Penn State
Northwestern State at Cincinnati
Maryland at Connecticut
Louisville at Kentucky
Memphis at Middle Tennessee
Eastern Michigan at Rutgers
Florida Atlantic at USF
Fordham at Temple

Saturday, Sept. 21
Cincinnati at Miami (OH)
Michigan at Connecticut
Houston at Rice
Florida International at Louisville
Arkansas State at Memphis
Arkansas at Rutgers
SMU at Texas A&M

Saturday, Sept. 28
South Carolina at UCF
Connecticut at Buffalo
Houston at UTSA
SMU at TCU
Miami (FL) at USF
Temple at Idaho

Saturday, Oct. 5
UCF at Memphis
Cincinnati at USF
Louisville at Temple
Rutgers at SMU

Thursday, Oct. 10
Rutgers at Louisville

Friday, Oct. 11
Temple at Cincinnati

Saturday, Oct. 12
USF at Connecticut
Memphis at Houston

Friday, Oct. 18
UCF at Louisville

Saturday, Oct. 19
Connecticut at Cincinnati
BYU at Houston
SMU at Memphis
Army at Temple

Saturday, Oct. 26
Connecticut at UCF
Houston at Rutgers
Louisville at USF
Temple at SMU

Wednesday, Oct. 30
Cincinnati at Memphis

Thursday, Oct. 31
USF at Houston

Saturday, Nov. 2
Temple at Rutgers

Friday, Nov. 8
Louisville at Connecticut

Saturday, Nov. 9
Houston at UCF
SMU at Cincinnati
UT Martin at Memphis

Saturday, Nov. 16
UCF at Temple
Cincinnati at Rutgers
Connecticut at SMU
Houston at Louisville
Memphis at USF

Thursday, Nov. 21
Rutgers at UCF

Saturday, Nov. 23
Cincinnati at Houston
Connecticut at Temple
Memphis at Louisville
SMU at USF

Friday, Nov. 29
USF at UCF
SMU at Houston

Saturday, Nov. 30
Rutgers at Connecticut
Temple at Memphis

Thursday, Dec. 5
Louisville at Cincinnati

Saturday, Dec. 7
UCF at SMU
Memphis at Connecticut
USF at Rutgers

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11 Comments to 2013 Big East Football Schedules announced

  1. Gut said....

    The Rutgers/Arkansas game is at Rutgers, not at Arkansas as is stated in this article.

    March 6, 2013 at 1:24 pm
  2. football fan said....

    what is the name of the new conference gonna be called?

    March 6, 2013 at 1:46 pm
    • dgb said....

      The “Big Whoop” Conference, I believe.

      March 7, 2013 at 10:57 am
    • Kevin Kelley said....

      Just saw a tweet that the Big East lawyers registered the domain name america12.com. So “America 12″ is one possibility. Not sure why they would use a number in this day and age.

      March 7, 2013 at 11:44 am
  3. JP said....

    So much for my trip to Behle Street. My poor Bearcats. If a Wednesday nighter doesn’t ooze C-USA, I don’t know what does. Such is life in C-TBA.

    March 6, 2013 at 3:12 pm
  4. JP said....

    And we forgot the props to newcomer UCF for their OOC games against Penn State and South Carolina. Nice to see that type of schedule from the new members.

    March 6, 2013 at 5:01 pm
  5. football fan said....

    America 12? Why not METRO 12 CONFERENCE? Makes better sense.

    March 7, 2013 at 1:33 pm
  6. Jack said....

    Why not call it the Big East

    March 7, 2013 at 4:52 pm
  7. UCF said....

    Don’t forget SMU. They have Texas A&M and Texas Tech

    April 29, 2013 at 4:41 pm

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