- Kevin Kelley - October 1, 2012
The six BCS conferences have each announced their football TV schedule for the weekend of October 13, 2012.
Top match-ups include Alabama at Missouri, Oklahoma vs. Texas (at Dallas, TX), South Carolina at LSU, West Virginia at Texas Tech, USC at Washington, TCU at Baylor, and Texas A&M vs. Louisiana Tech (at Shreveport, LA).
The remainder of times and TV for the weekend of 10/13 are listed on each teams 2012 football schedule.
- Kevin Kelley - September 25, 2012
LSU and TCU will face off in the 2013 Cowboys Classic at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, both schools announced this afternoon. The game will be played on Saturday, Aug. 31 and will be televised by ABC, ESPN or ESPN2.
The season-opener next season will be the ninth meeting between LSU and TCU. LSU leads the overall series 5-2-1, but the two schools haven’t played since 1968.
As part of the game contract, LSU and TCU will play this game only and will not complete the home-and-home series they initially agreed to back in 2006.
- Kevin Kelley - September 24, 2012
The SEC has announced the football TV schedule for games on Saturday, Oct. 6. The CBS Game of the Week will feature LSU at Florida at 3:30 p.m. ET.
A huge game in the SEC East between Georgia and South Carolina kicks off at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN. Georgia is currently ranked 5th in both polls while South Carolina in ranked 6th.
- Kevin Kelley - September 17, 2012
The SEC has announced the football TV schedule for games on Saturday, Sept. 29. The CBS Game of the Week will feature Georgia hosting Tennessee at 3:30 p.m. ET.
Missouri will kick off the action at noon eastern on FSN when they travel to face the UCF Knights. Alabama, the current no. 1 team in the country, will host Ole Miss at 9:15 p.m. ET on either ESPN or ESPN2.
- Kevin Kelley - September 14, 2012
LSU and TCU have agreed in principle to open the 2013 season at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, the Star-Telegram has reported.
The 2013 edition of the “Cowboys Classic” will likely be played in prime time on Aug. 31, 2013 and televised on an ESPN network. LSU is 5-2-1 overall against TCU, but the two schools haven’t played since 1968.
As part of the game contract, LSU and TCU will play this game only and will not complete the home-and-home series they initially agreed to back in 2006. LSU was set to host TCU on Sept. 7, 2013 and then travel to face the Horned Frogs on Sept. 6, 2014.
- Kevin Kelley - September 10, 2012
The SEC has announced the football TV schedule for games on Saturday, Sept. 22. Overall ten SEC games are scheduled for television with two on pay-per-view.
Ole Miss at Tulane will kick off the days action at noon eastern on FSN. The featured game of the day will be Missouri at South Carolina. That game is slated for 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS.
- Kevin Kelley - September 5, 2012
Dates for the Kentucky-Louisville football series have been set through 2016, according to the contract obtained by the Courier-Journal.
Kentucky and Louisville signed a new six-year deal in January 2011, which made their Sept. 17, 2011 game the first game of the contract. Louisville won that game 24-17 in Lexington.
The second game of the contract was played last Sunday at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium and Louisville defeated Kentucky 32-14.
- Kevin Kelley - September 5, 2012
The Alabama Crimson Tide have added a game against Western Carolina to their 2014 football schedule, according to documents obtained by The Tuscaloosa News.
Alabama will host Western Carolina at Bryant-Denny Stadium on Nov. 22, 2014. The contest is part of a two-game contract which also has the Catamounts visiting Tuscaloosa this season (Nov. 17).
- Kevin Kelley - August 29, 2012
Arkansas and Texas A&M will play at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington from 2014 through the 2024 season.
- Kevin Kelley - August 28, 2012
Hurricane Isaac has forced the postponement of another 2012 college football game. Louisiana Tech and Texas A&M have moved their Thursday night match-up to Saturday, Oct. 13.
No other changes to Louisiana Tech or Texas A&M’s schedule was necessary since both schools were set to be off on Oct. 13.
“Our primary concern was for the health and safety of the general public, students and fans of both institutions,” Tech athletic director Bruce Van De Velde said.