2015 AAC Football Schedule Announced

By Kevin Kelley -

The 2015 American Athletic Conference football schedule was officially announced today. Conference play begins on Saturday, Sept. 12 with Temple at Cincinnati.

For the 2015 season, The American welcomes Navy as a new member. The conference also splits into East and West Divisions and will stage their inaugural championship game on Saturday, Dec. 5, 2015.

Featured 2015 non-conference match-ups for The American include Miami (FL) at Cincinnati, UConn at Missouri, East Carolina at BYU, Houston at Louisville, Ole Miss at Memphis, Baylor at SMU, Notre Dame at Temple, Tulane at Georgia Tech, Tulsa at Oklahoma, UCF at South Carolina, and USF at Florida State.

2015 AAC Football Schedules

East Division

West Division

2015 AAC Football Schedule (Composite)

Thursday, September 3
Villanova at UConn
Duke at Tulane

Friday, September 4
Baylor at SMU (ESPN/ESPNU)

Saturday, September 5
Florida International at UCF
Alabama A&M at Cincinnati
Towson at East Carolina
Tennessee Tech at Houston
Colgate at Navy (Noon, CBSSN)
Florida A&M at USF
Penn State at Temple
Florida Atlantic at Tulsa

Saturday, September 12
Temple at Cincinnati *
UCF at Stanford
Army at UConn
East Carolina at Florida
Houston at Louisville
Memphis at Kansas
USF at Florida State
North Texas at SMU
Tulane at Georgia Tech
Tulsa at New Mexico

Saturday, September 19
East Carolina at Navy * (3:30 p.m., CBSSN)
Furman at UCF
Cincinnati at Miami (Ohio)
UConn at Missouri
Memphis at Bowling Green
USF at Maryland
SMU at TCU
Temple at Massachusetts
Maine at Tulane
Tulsa at Oklahoma

Thursday, September 24
Cincinnati at Memphis * (ESPN)

Saturday, September 26
Navy at UConn *
UCF at South Carolina
Virginia Tech at East Carolina
Texas State at Houston
TBD at SMU

Thursday, October 1
Miami (Fla.) at Cincinnati (ESPN)

Friday, October 2
UConn at Brigham Young (ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU)
Memphis at USF * (ESPN/ESPN2)

Saturday, October 3
UCF at Tulane *
East Carolina at SMU *
Houston at Tulsa *
Air Force at Navy (3:30 p.m., CBSSN)
Temple at Charlotte

Thursday, October 8
SMU at Houston * (ESPN2)

Saturday, October 10
UConn at UCF *
Tulane at Temple *
East Carolina at Brigham Young
Navy at Notre Dame (NBC)
Syracuse at USF
Louisiana-Monroe at Tulsa

Friday, October 16
Houston at Tulane * (ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU)

Saturday, October 17
UCF at Temple *
USF at UConn *
Tulsa at East Carolina *
Cincinnati at Brigham Young
Mississippi at Memphis

Thursday, October 22
Temple at East Carolina * (ESPN/ESPN2)

Friday, October 23
Memphis at Tulsa * (ESPN)

Saturday, October 24
Houston at UCF *
UConn at Cincinnati *
SMU at USF *
Tulane at Navy * (1 p.m., CBSSN)

Friday, October 30
East Carolina at UConn * (ESPNU)

Saturday, October 31
UCF at Cincinnati *
USF at Navy * (Noon, CBSSN)
Tulane at Memphis *
Tulsa at SMU *
Vanderbilt at Houston
Notre Dame at Temple

Friday, November 6
Temple at SMU * (ESPN2/ESPNU)

Saturday, November 7
UCF at Tulsa *
Cincinnati at Houston *
UConn at Tulane *
USF at East Carolina *
Navy at Memphis *

Saturday, November 14
Tulsa at Cincinnati *
USF at Temple *
Memphis at Houston *
SMU at Navy * (3:30 p.m., CBSSN)
Tulane at Army (CBSSN)

Thursday, November 19
East Carolina at UCF * (ESPN)

Friday, November 20
Cincinnati at USF *

Saturday, November 21
Houston at UConn *
Memphis at Temple *
Navy at Tulsa *
Tulane at SMU *

Friday, November 27
USF at UCF *
Navy at Houston *

Saturday, November 28
Cincinnati at East Carolina *
UConn at Temple *
SMU at Memphis *
Tulsa at Tulane *

Saturday, December 5
American Athletic Conference Championship (ABC/ESPN)

Saturday, December 12
Navy vs. Army 1 (3 p.m., CBS)

* American Athletic Conference game
1 Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pa.

All times Eastern; all dates and times subject to change

  1. Greg Barnes
    February 19, 2015 at 11:56 am

    Go Pirates! Looking forward to the new season.

  2. David
    February 19, 2015 at 3:28 pm

    Army and BYU should get associate member status for playing three American teams each. (I’m kidding.)

  3. Mike
    February 21, 2015 at 11:45 pm

    The league should have kept the Big East name regardless.

  4. Joe mama
    January 7, 2016 at 9:12 am

    Where are the 2016-2017 schedules for football?

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