- Kevin Kelley - July 14, 2015
For the first time in program history in 2015, the Texas A&M Aggies are not scheduled to face a single opponent from the state of Texas.
- Kevin Kelley - July 13, 2015
The 2015 SEC Football Media Days Schedule kicks off today at noon eastern with the annual state of the SEC address from commissioner Greg Sankey.
- Brian Wilmer - July 9, 2015
It’s official. @FSU_Football & @AlabamaFTBL will play in the @NewATLStadium in the 2017 #CFAKickoff. pic.twitter.com/4CXF8Dzpc5 — ChickfilA Peach Bowl (@CFAPeachBowl) July 9, 2015 The new stadium in Atlanta just secured a pretty major contest to open the 2017 campaign. Florida State and Alabama will face off as part of the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Series, sources announced…
- Amy Daughters - July 9, 2015
Tracking attendance success isn’t as easy as saying the school with the biggest stadium wins. While on the one hand, Michigan—at 109,901 seats—has the biggest capacity, on the other, it didn’t fill them all in 2015. In fact, the Wolverines—at 95.5%—finished No. 32 in the FBS in fill rate last year. Compare that to Ole…
- Brian Wilmer - June 30, 2015
Oregon and Auburn will do battle in the 2019 season-opening AdvoCare Cowboys Classic in Arlington, Texas, the two schools officially announced on Tuesday.
- Kevin Kelley - June 29, 2015
The Fresno State Bulldogs have added future football games at Alabama (2017) and UCLA (2021) and a home-and-home series with Minnesota in 2018 and 2019.
- Kevin Kelley - June 21, 2015
The Alabama Crimson Tide have added the Fresno State Bulldogs to their 2017 football schedule, according to a report by The Fresno Bee.
- Kevin Kelley - June 20, 2015
The Alabama Crimson Tide and the Florida State Seminoles will open the 2017 season in Atlanta, the Palm Beach Post has reported.
- Kevin Kelley - June 18, 2015
The SEC early season 2015 football TV schedule has been announced. A total of 30 games are now set for the first three weeks of the season.
- Brian Wilmer - June 17, 2015
UCLA has scheduled future home-and-home football series with Georgia (2025-26) and Cincinnati (2018-19).