The Navy Midshipmen have posted their 2016 non-conference football schedule to their official website, which includes games against Air Force, Army, and Notre Dame.
Navy is set to open the 2016 season at home against the Fordham Rams on Sept. 3. After playing at Air Force on Oct. 1, the Midshipmen face Notre Dame at a site to be determined on Nov. 5. Read Full Story »
The Florida Atlantic Owls and the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders will join Conference USA in 2013 rather than 2014, Sun Belt commissioner Karl Benson confirmed Friday evening.
Both schools were set to join C-USA on July 1, 2014 but moved up their timetable. They join Florida International and North Texas who are also leaving the Sun Belt for C-USA. Read Full Story »
The Big East has set their updated home and away football opponents for the 2013 season, conference commissioner Mike Aresco announced today.
Due to Boise State and San Diego State opting to remain in the Mountain West Conference, the Big East has scrapped their East-West divisional alignment. They will also be unable to hold a championship game in 2013. Read Full Story »
The BYU Cougars will host the Idaho State Bengals in 2013, Matt Gittins of KPVI News 6 announced via Twitter.
The game will be played on Nov. 16, 2013 at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo. It will be the fifth meeting between the two schools, but only the second since 1951. BYU leads the series 4-0.
Middle Tennessee was slated to play at BYU on Nov. 16, but that game will likely be moved to one of three open dates on BYU’s schedule: Sept. 14, Sept. 28, or Nov. 30. Read Full Story »
The San Diego State Aztecs will remain in the Mountain West Conference in all sports, the MWC and SDSU jointly announced this evening.
The Aztecs were set to join the Big East this summer, but decided to remain in the Mountain West Conference. Boise State made the same decision last month.
“San Diego State University is pleased to be continuing as a full member of the Mountain West Conference,” said SDSU President Dr. Elliot Hirshman. Read Full Story »
San Diego State will remain in the Mountain West Conference rather than join the Big East, ESPN has reported.
The Aztecs could be reinstated as early as today after the presidents of the MWC cast a vote. There needs to be a 75% majority in favor in order for SDSU to remain in the conference.
If the Aztecs do spurn the Big East, they will be the third team to leave the conference before actually playing a game. Read Full Story »
The Texas State Bobcats have added the Prairie View A&M Panthers to their 2013 football schedule, the San Marcos Daily Record reported last month.
Texas State will host Prairie View A&M at Bobcat Stadium in San Marcos. A date for the game is to be announced.
The game tentatively completes the non-conference schedule for the Bobcats in 2013… Read Full Story »
Most teams have their 2013 non-conference football schedules set, but there are eight teams that still need one game: Duke, Syracuse, Wake Forest, Marshall, Tulane, BYU, Missouri, and Texas State.
In addition, there will be four teams from the Mountain West that can play a 13-game schedule (5 non-conference games) based on the Hawaii Exemption. Under that rule, teams that play at Hawaii have the option of adding a 13th game to offset travel costs. Read Full Story »
The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) has announced the home and road football opponents and sites for the 2013 season.
Pittsburgh and Syracuse join the conference for 2013, which gives the ACC a total of 14 members. Due to their addition, a number of changes were made to the scheduling format.
Each ACC team will play eight conference games in football (four home and four away), six games within their division (three home, three away) and two games (one home, one away) with crossover opponents from the opposite division. Read Full Story »
The 2013 Pac-12 Football Helmet Schedule is now available. The schedule, which is in PDF format, features the team helmets, date, and opponent for each Pac-12 team.
All 12 Pac-12 football schedules were officially released today. The season begins on Thursday, Aug. 29 when USC travels to Hawaii and Utah hosts Utah State. Conference play begins on Saturday, Sept. 7 with USC hosting Washington State.
If you have an iPhone or an iPad, you can save the schedule to your device by using the iBooks application. Simply open the PDF schedule and then press the button that says “Open in iBooks.” The app will automatically save the document to your PDF library. Read Full Story »
The Pac-12 officially announced their 2013 football schedules today. Conference play begins on Saturday, Sept. 7.
Prominent non-conference games in 2013 include Wisconsin at Arizona State, Arizona State vs. Notre Dame (at Cowboys Stadium), Ohio State at California, Colorado vs. Colorado State (at Denver, CO), Tennessee at Oregon, Oregon State at San Diego State, Notre Dame at Stanford, UCLA at Nebraska, USC at Notre Dame, Utah at BYU, Boise State at Washington, and Washington State at Auburn. Read Full Story »
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The Mid-American Conference (MAC) has announced the home and road football opponents for the 2013 season.
The full schedule with dates will be released at a later date. The 2013 Marathon MAC Championship Game will be played at Ford Field in Detroit on either Friday, Dec. 6 or Saturday, Dec. 7. Read Full Story »
The Rose Bowl and the Sugar Bowl will host the first college football playoff semifinals on Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015, BCS conference commissioners have announced.
The AT&T Cotton Bowl is said to be the “prohibitive favorite” to host the first national title game, which will feature a match-up between the winners of the two semifinal games. It would be played at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington on Monday, Jan. 12, 2015. Read Full Story »
The 2012 college football season is complete and the final AP Poll and USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll have been released. Alabama, the 2013 BCS Champion, is the unanimous number one in both polls.
Oregon comes in at no. 2 in both polls. Ohio State is 3rd in the AP, but is ineligible to be ranked in the Coaches Poll due to NCAA sanctions. Read Full Story »