The Notre Dame Fighting Irish have announced kickoff times for their 2013 home games and their “Shamrock Series” contest against Arizona State. Read Full Story »
The ACC has officially announced the 2014 through 2016 football opponents for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Read Full Story »
The Arizona Wildcats and the BYU Cougars have scheduled a three-game football series for 2016, 2018, and 2020, the two schools announced today via a Google hangout. Read Full Story »
The 2013 Boise State at BYU football game has been moved up one day to Friday, October 25 and it will be televised by ESPN at 8 p.m. ET. Read Full Story »
The Florida State Seminoles could host the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in 2014, D.C. Reeves of Warchant.com has reported. Notre Dame is set to begin playing five ACC schools per season beginning in 2014. Read Full Story »
Notre Dame has dropped Arizona State from their 2014 football schedule, ESPN has reported. The Irish are scheduled to visit Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe on October 25, 2014. Read Full Story »
The Sun Belt Conference has officially announced the addition of the Idaho Vandals and the New Mexico State Aggies, effective July 1, 2014. Both schools are playing the 2013 season as FBS Independents. Read Full Story »
The Sun Belt Conference, which is expected to add FCS schools Appalachian State and Georgia Southern, will also add Idaho and New Mexico State, CBSSports.com has reported.
Idaho and New Mexico State, which will play the 2013 season as FBS Independents, will likely be announced as football-only members later this week and will join the conference in 2014. Appalachian State and Georgia Southern are expected to be announced on Wednesday. Read Full Story »
The BYU Cougars and the Virginia Cavaliers have added two additional games to their future football series.
BYU will travel to face Virginia at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville on Sept. 7, 2019. The Cavaliers will then travel to face the Cougars at LaVell Stadium in Provo on Sept. 19, 2020.
The two schools are also slated to meet in 2013 and 2014. Read Full Story »
The BYU Cougars and the UConn Huskies have scheduled a 2014-15 home-and-home football series, SNYUCONN has reported. The two schools have never met in football.
BYU will open the 2014 season at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Connecticut on Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014. The Cougars will then host the Huskies at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo on October 31, 2015. Read Full Story »
The 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. Read Full Story »
The New Mexico State Aggies have announced their 2013 football schedule, which features games against Boston College, Minnesota, San Diego State, Texas, and UCLA.
New Mexico State will be playing their first season as an FBS Independent after the WAC discontinued football. They had been a member of the WAC since 2005. Prior to that, they were part of the Big West Conference from 1983-2000 and the Sun Belt Conference from 2001-2004. Read Full Story »
The BYU Cougars have announced their 2013 football schedule, which features games against Boise State, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Texas, Utah, and Wisconsin.
BYU announced their schedule this evening on BYUtv. The 2013 season will be the third for Brigham Young as an independent in football.
Due to the Mountain West Conference expending to 12 teams and adding a championship game, BYU and Hawaii have canceled their 2013 contest which was scheduled for Dec. 7. Read Full Story »
The BYU Cougars and the Nevada Wolf Pack have scheduled a 3-game football series for 2013, 2014, and 2019, both BYU and Nevada announced this evening.
Nevada will host the first game of the series at Mackay Stadium in Reno on Nov. 30, 2013. The final two games will be played at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo on Oct. 18, 2014 and Sept. 21, 2019. Read Full Story »