The Pac-10 has announced that they will be named the Pac-12 once Colorado and Utah join the conference. They also unveiled a new logo (pictured at right). The number will be changed to 12 in the future.
Utah will definitely join the Pac-12 in 2011 as it was part of their deal. Colorado and the Big 12 are still working to make the transfer happen. Read Full Story »
EverBank has announced that they have acquired naming rights for Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. The new name of the stadium is Everbank Field.
The stadium, located next to the St. John’s River in downtown Jacksonville, is home to the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars. The stadium also hosts the annual Georgia-Florida game. A deal for that game extends through 2016. Read Full Story »
The Minnesota Golden Gophers and Texas Longhorns have canceled their 2015-16 home-and-home football series, the schools announced Tuesday.
The two teams were scheduled to meet in Minneapolis on September 19, 2015 and in Austin on September 17, 2016. Read Full Story »
The Miami (FL) Hurricanes and the Toledo Rockets have scheduled a home-and-home football series for 2015 and 2016, the University of Toledo has reported.
Miami will travel to face Toledo at the Glass Bowl in Toledo, Ohio on September 5, 2015. On September 3, 2016, the Hurricanes will host the Rockets at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Read Full Story »
The Tennessee Volunteers will open the 2011 football season at home against the Montana Grizzlies, the Billings Gazette is reporting.
The Volunteers will host the Grizzlies at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville on September 3, 2011. Tennessee was supposed to host North Texas on that date, but the game has apparently been moved or canceled. Read Full Story »
The 2010 SEC football schedules are now official. The season begins on Thursday, September 2 when the South Carolina Gamecocks host the Southern Miss Golden Eagles.
The conference delayed making the schedules official because they were attempting to change Alabama’s 2010 football schedule. In the end, only the Tide’s game against Georgia State was moved. Read Full Story »
The Miami Hurricanes and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish have set the dates for their game at Soldier Field and their ensuing home-and-home football series, The Miami-Herald has reported.
The Canes and Irish will meet at Soldier Field in Chicago on October 6, 2012. It will be the first contest between the two schools away from their home stadiums since the 1979 Mirage Bowl in Tokyo, Japan. Notre Dame won that game 40-15. Read Full Story »
Conference USA has released their 2010 football television schedule which features more than 50 games. Games selected for national broadcast will be shown on CBS College Sports Network, ESPN, ESPN2, Fox Sports Net and NBC.
Listed below is the complete 2010 C-USA TV Schedule by network (click the games to view and buy tickets): Read Full Story »
Phil Steele has published his 2010 college football strength of schedule rankings. Iowa State has the toughest schedule in 2010, while Middle Tennessee has the easiest.
How does Steele rank the college football schedules? Here is what he had to say on his blog: Read Full Story »
The Maryland Terrapins and the Texas Longhorns are in discussions to schedule a home-and-home football series, The Washington Post is reporting.
If the series is agreed upon, Maryland and Texas could play at FedEx Field in Landover, MD in 2014. The return game would be held in 2015 in either Austin or Dallas, presumably at Cowboys Stadium. Read Full Story »
The Miami (FL) Hurricanes and the UCF Knights have added the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats to their future football schedules, the News-JournalOnline … Read Full Story »
The South Carolina Gamecocks and the UCF Knights have scheduled a home-and-home football series for 2013 and 2015, GoGamecocks.com has reported.
South Carolina will travel to face UCF at Bright House Networks Stadium in Orlando on September 28, 2013. On September 26, 2015, the Gamecocks will host the Knights at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia. Read Full Story »
The Tennessee Volunteers have declined an offer to play the USC Trojans in the 2011 Chick-fil-A College Kickoff at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
Lane Kiffin, who left for USC after only one season as the head coach at Tennessee, lobbied hard for the game. But the Volunteers turned down the offer stating that they couldn’t make the game work with their schedule. Read Full Story »