Category: Future NCAA Schedules

  • 2013 C-USA Football Helmet Schedule

    Kevin Kelley - February 14, 2013

    The 2013 Conference USA Football Helmet Schedule is now available. The schedule, which is in PDF format, features the team helmets, date, and opponent for each C-USA team.

    For the 2013 season, the C-USA East Division consists of East Carolina, FAU, FIU, Marshall, Middle Tennessee, Southern Miss, and UAB. The West Division includes Louisiana Tech, North Texas, Rice, Tulane, Tulsa, UTEP, and UTSA.

  • Big Ten Conference to stop scheduling FCS Teams

    Kevin Kelley - February 13, 2013

    The Big Ten Conference will stop scheduling FCS teams for non-conference football games, Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez told WIBA-AM radio in Madison.

  • Mountain West announces 2013-16 Conference Football Opponents

    Kevin Kelley - February 12, 2013

    MWCThe Mountain West has announced the conference opponents for the 2013 through 2016 seasons.

    Each MWC team will play four home and four road games per season, which will consist of five games against teams from the same division and three teams from the opposite division. This will allow each MWC school to play all of the other schools every four years.

  • Big Ten to expand to Nine or Ten-Game Football Schedule

    Kevin Kelley - February 11, 2013

    Jim DelanyThe Big Ten has been discussing moving to a nine or ten-game football schedule, but now it’s pretty clear how many conference games they won’t play: eight.

    After a meeting with head coaches and athletic directors at Big Ten headquarters on Monday, commissioner Jim Delany said that an eight-game conference schedule is “not even on the table.” Nine and ten-game conference schedules are the only options being discussed.

  • 2013 FBS Independents Football Helmet Schedule

    Kevin Kelley - February 11, 2013

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

  • Penn State may play a Future Football Game in Ireland

    Kevin Kelley - February 10, 2013

    Penn StateAfter receiving a four-year postseason ban last year, the Penn State Nittany Lions began looking at ways to upgrade their future football schedules. A series with UCF was recently announced, and now Penn State is looking at playing a future game in Ireland.

    Head coach Bill O’Brien confirmed the possible overseas trip Saturday night at a high school football banquet at the Hershey Lodge in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

  • Cincinnati, UAB add Alabama A&M to Future Football Schedules

    Kevin Kelley - February 7, 2013

    Alabama A&MThe Cincinnati Bearcats and the UAB Blazers have each added the Alabama A&M Bulldogs to their future football schedules.

    UAB will host Alabama A&M in 2014, while Cincinnati will host the Bulldogs on Sept. 5, 2015.

    Previously scheduled games for Cincinnati in 2015 at home against Air Force (Sept. 12) and at Miami, FL (Oct. 3) have or are in the process of being cancelled, according to UC athletics. This also includes a game at Air Force on Sept. 2, 2017.

  • Colorado, Nebraska schedule four-game football series

    Kevin Kelley - February 7, 2013

    The Colorado Buffaloes and the Nebraska Huskers have scheduled a four-game series for 2018, 2019, 2023, and 2024.

  • Florida State and Pittsburgh could play on Labor Day

    Kevin Kelley - February 7, 2013

    Pittsburgh PanthersThe Florida State Seminoles and the Pittsburgh Panthers could play on Labor Day this season, the Orlando Sentinel has reported.

    Labor Day is Monday, Sept. 2. The game would be played at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh and would likely be a prime-time game on national television.

    FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher revealed the possible Monday matchup at the end of the Seminoles’ annual Signing Day “War Party” yesterday in Tallahassee.

  • New Mexico State Aggies announce 2013 football schedule

    Kevin Kelley - February 7, 2013

    The New Mexico State Aggies have announced their 2013 football schedule.