Ohio State and Boston College have scheduled a home-and-home football series for 2020 and 2021, the two schools announced today.
Ohio State will host the first game of the series at Ohio Stadium on Sept. 19, 2020. The second and final game will be played at Boston College’s Alumni Stadium on Sept. 18, 2021.
“Boston College is a fine program from an outstanding conference (ACC),” Gene Smith, Ohio State associate vice president and director of athletics, said. “This gives Ohio State fans a chance to watch their Buckeyes in back-to-back games against Pacific 12 and ACC schools.” Read Full Story »
The South Carolina Gamecocks have announced their four non-conference games for next season, which finalizes their 2013 schedule. Read Full Story »
BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe revealed some information about the Cougars’ 2013 football schedule on Monday at the West Coast Conference Men’s Basketball Tip-Off event.
Holmoe didn’t announce any new additions to the schedule. Rather, he said that two teams under contract for the 2013 season requested to back out.
“We had the schedule relatively set; we were done,” said Holmoe, “and two teams, one of them under contract, asked to get out–which we did–and one team that was not under contract, but for all intents and purposes, it was done…(they) bailed out.” Read Full Story »
The San Diego State Aztecs and the California Golden Bears have scheduled a home-and-home football series for 2015 and 2016, SDSU Athletic Director Jim Sterk confirmed to the North County Times.
San Diego State will travel to face Cal at California Memorial Stadium in Berkley in 2015. The Aztecs will then host the Golden Bears at Qualcomm Stadium in 2016. Exact dates were not announced.
SDSU and Cal have met six times and the series is even at three games apiece. The two schools haven’t played since 1996. Read Full Story »
Oh boy, some team in college football is about to get royally jobbed. Until we get the playoff system in place either Oregon, Kansas State or Notre Dame could potentially go undefeated and not have the opportunity to compete for the national title. As we are FBSchedules.com, let’s take a look at these three teams schedules and do a little odds making on who will end up shooting for a “moral” victory in January.
Kansas State remaining schedule (Oklahoma State, at TCU, at Baylor, Texas)
Odds on playing in BCS Championship: 60%
TCU has been struggling since they had to send their QB to rehab, Baylor will be like an all you can eat offensive buffet for QB Collin Klein, and Texas might be tough as Mack Brown might be coaching for his job. I think Oklahoma State has a chance at an upset this Saturday. No one is playing better than Klein, so if he continues his high level of play, K-State will write it’s own destiny in 2012. Read Full Story »
The Auburn Tigers have announced their four non-conference games for next season, which officially completes their 2013 schedule.
Auburn will open the 2013 season at home against Washington State on Aug. 31. The following week, Arkansas State will visit Jordan-Hare Stadium. The Red Wolves are led by former Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn. Read Full Story »
The six BCS AQ Conferences have each announced their football TV schedule for the weekend of November 10, 2012.
The ACC, Big 12, and Big Ten have elected to use their 6-day options on a number of games. Kickoff time and television coverage will be announced for those contests no later than noon eastern on Sunday Nov. 4.
Top match-ups on Nov. 10 include Texas A&M at Alabama, Mississippi State at LSU, Notre Dame at Boston College, Kansas State at TCU, West Virginia at Oklahoma State, Louisville at Syracuse, Penn State at Nebraska, and Arizona State at USC. Read Full Story »
The Bowling Green Falcons have added a game against Kansas State and a home-and-home series against Memphis to their future football schedules, their official website indicates.
Bowling Green will travel to face Kansas State at Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium in Manhattan on Sept. 7, 2019. In their first and only meeting back in 1997, Kansas State crushed Bowling Green 58-0.
The Falcons have also scheduled a home-and-home series with the Memphis Tigers. Read Full Story »
Alabama and Kansas State top the BCS standings for Week 10. The Wildcats moved into second place after then no. 2 Florida lost to Georgia.
The Gators are now in 7th place, one spot behind Georgia which vaulted from 10th to 6th.
Notre Dame has moved up to third after their 30-13 win at Oklahoma. The Irish leapfrogged Oregon, who beat Colorado 70-14 on Saturday. The Ducks are slipping in the computer polls due to their strength of schedule. Read Full Story »
It’s quite a weekend of good matchups in college football. In the Big 12 K-State vs. Texas Tech, the SEC has Georgia vs. Florida and Alabama vs. Mississippi State, the Big Ten features Ohio State vs. Penn State and in the ACC, the surprising Duke Blue Devils and Florida State face off with first place at stake.
What sticks out though is the odd October non-conference matchup between Notre Dame and Oklahoma. The teams agreed to a home and home matchup for 2012 and 2013, and the Fighting Irish travel to Norman, OK for their toughest test of the season. It’ll be a battle of two historic programs who both field top 10 teams. If Notre Dame wins, their national championship hopes stay alive in 2012, and they bring a tough as nails defense to face QB Landry Jones and an experienced Oklahoma team that is determined not to lose twice at home this season. Here’s what to look for between these two teams in Norman on Saturday: Read Full Story »
The time of the season has approached in which we get the updated BCS rankings each week, and the numbers tell us that the SEC is, yet again, at the top of the heap. The conference features the top two, five of the top 11 and seven of the top 25 teams in the BCS standings. Four of those teams face off against each other this week, as #1 Alabama plays #11 Mississippi State, while #2 Florida draws #10 Georgia.
If you honestly needed a reason to watch SEC football, those are two of the most compelling. Let’s take a spin around the conference for Week 9 and see what other compelling matchups await us. Read Full Story »
The Old Dominion Monarchs will open the 2013 football season at East Carolina, The Virginian-Pilot has reported.
Old Dominion will travel to face East Carolina at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium in Greenville, NC on August 31, 2013. The game will be the eighth meeting between the two schools but first since 1940. The overall series is tied 3-3-1.
In order to schedule this game, ODU negotiated a three-way deal with The Citadel and ECU. Read Full Story »
Week nine of the 2012 college football season kicked off on Tuesday with Arkansas State at UL Lafayette. It continues tonight with Clemson at Wake Forest at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Featured Top 25 match-ups this week include (11) Mississippi State at (1) Alabama, (10) Georgia at (2) Florida, (14) Texas Tech at (3) Kansas State, and (5) Notre Dame at (8) Oklahoma. Read Full Story »
What a week in the ACC. The leadership of both divisions changed hands, two teams lost stars to injury and the Victory Bell got a new coat of paint. This week’s action features a Thursday night national broadcast, an out-of-conference battle, and the two division leaders facing off against each other. As we prepare for another wild week of Atlantic Coast Conference football, let’s take a run around the conference and see what to expect from Week 9’s slate of games.
Duke (6-2, 3-1) at #11 Florida State (7-1, 4-1), 3:30 p.m. ET, ESPNU
Program guide: Jamison Crowder’s touchdown grab with 19 seconds remaining last week did so much more than just padding his and quarterback Sean Renfree’s stats (Renfree, by the way, became just the 20th quarterback in ACC history to throw for over 8,000 yards in his career in last week’s game). Read Full Story »
The Temple Owls are trying to schedule a football game at Hawaii this December, the Star-Advertiser has reported.
Temple’s 2012 schedule currently consists of only 11 games. When it was released in March, the Owls were still actively seeking a 12th game.
“It’s very far from a done deal. We’re going through the due diligence,” Rockne Freitas, Hawaii’s acting athletic director said. Read Full Story »