Author Archives: Tim K.

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    Penn State and Temple announce Two-for-one Football Series

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    The Penn State Nittany Lions and the Temple Owls have announced that the two schools have signed a two-for-one football series. The agreement extends their current series through 2016.Read Full Story »

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    Hawaii adds Tulane to 2011 Football Schedule

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    The Hawaii Warriors have added the Tulane Green Wave of Conference USA to their 2011 football schedule. The game will be played on November 26, 2011 at Aloha Stadium.

    Tulane replaces a home game with Oregon State. The Oregon State at Hawaii series has been pushed back to September 7, 2013 at Oregon State and September 6, 2014 at Hawaii.Read Full Story »

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    South Alabama announces 2-for-1 Football Series with Oklahoma State

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    The South Alabama Jaguars and the Oklahoma State Cowboys have agreed to a two-for-one football series beginning with the 2017 season. The 2017 game will be the first meeting ever between the two schools.Read Full Story »

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    Kansas State adds Eastern Kentucky & Kent State to 2011 Football Schedule

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    Kansas State has added Kent State and Eastern Kentucky to complete their 2011 non-conference football schedule. Eastern Kentucky will receive $375,000 while Kent State will receive a larger amount for the one game series (source).

    With the departure of Nebraska to the Big Ten in 2011, the Big 12 will only have three non-conference games with a nine game conference schedule.Read Full Story »

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    BYU Cougars Going Independent in Football

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    The BYU Cougars have announced that they will leave the Mountain West for the 2011-12 season and become an independent in football, while joining the WCC for other sports.

    BYU originally scheduled to go to the WAC for everything expect football, but canceled those plans when the Mountain West took Nevada and Fresno State.Read Full Story »

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