- Kevin Kelley - October 8, 2015
The Big Ten Conference will count the Air Force Falcons as a Power Five opponent for scheduling purposes, ESPN has reported.
- Kevin Kelley - September 22, 2015
The Big Ten Conference will count Army, Cincinnati, Navy, and UConn as Power Five opponents for scheduling purposes, per reports.
- Kevin Kelley - July 31, 2015
Today at the Big Ten Media Days, conference commissioner Jim Delany announced a strength of schedule format for its member teams beginning in 2016.
- Amy Daughters - June 4, 2015
17 Power-Five college football teams have two non-conference games on their schedule against other Power opponents in 2015.
- Amy Daughters - May 21, 2015
A look at eight common threads in the last ten national champions’ schedules, from when Texas won it all in 2005 to Ohio State’s triumph last season.
- Amy Daughters - April 24, 2015
Power ranking the ACC’s 2015 cross-division schedules for both the Atlantic and Coastal Divisions.
- Amy Daughters - April 20, 2015
Football scheduling is often correlated with coaching success. Here’s a look at six new head coaches with tough first-year schedules.
- Kevin Kelley - March 13, 2015
The Washington Huskies have the toughest 2015 football schedule according to the NCAA’s strength of schedule method.
- Amy Daughters - January 21, 2015
A look at the toughest non-conference game for each of the teams in ESPN’s “Way-Too-Early” Top 10 for the 2015 season.
- Kevin Kelley - October 17, 2014
A mid-season review of the 2014 strength of schedule rankings for the NCAA method and five computers. Auburn has played arguably the toughest schedule.