We have posted the 2010-11 printable College Football Bowl Schedule. The schedule features the complete list of bowl games with teams, date, time and TV.
Print it off and stick it to your office wall or carry it around in your pocket. The schedule is in PDF format, so it can be viewed on many smartphones (iPhone, Android, etc.) and the iPad.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
The 2010-11 college football bowl schedule begins on December 18, 2010 with the New Mexico Bowl and ends on January 10, 2011 with the Tostitos BCS National Championship game.
FBSchedules.com has the complete list of bowl games with the location, date, time, TV and tickets. We will be updating the schedule throughout the day as official bowl announcements are made.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
Week 14 of the 2010 college football season is championship week. Five conferences will have their championship games this week beginning with the MAC Championship Game on Thursday.
There are also some rivalry games on tap, including Arizona State at Arizona, Oregon at Oregon State, Washington at Washington State and USC at UCLA.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
Week 13 of the 2010 college football season is Thanksgiving week. It’s also considered Rivalry Week. There are some great college rivalry games played this week, and some good Thanksgiving Day NFL matchups also.
ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Stillwater, Oklahoma, the site of the Oklahoma at Oklahoma State game.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
Week 12 of the 2010 college football season features more key games including Fresno State at Boise State, Ohio State at Iowa and Nebraska at Texas A&M.
ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Wrigley Field in Chicago, the site of the Illinois vs. Northwestern game.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
Week eleven of the 2010 college football season features more key games including Penn State at Ohio State, Mississippi State at Alabama and South Carolina at Florida.
ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Columbus, Ohio, the site of the Pen State at Ohio State game.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
Week ten of the 2010 college football season features more key games including Baylor at Oklahoma State, Alabama at LSU and Arizona at Stanford.
ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Salt Lake City, Utah, the site of the TCU Horned Frogs at the Utah Utes game.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
ESPN has announced the first three college football games that will be broadcast in 3D. ESPN 3D is a new channel and is currently available on DirecTV, Comcast and AT&T.
In order to view the games in 3D, you will need ESPN 3D (check with your provider), a 3D enabled television and 3D glasses. Most 3D TV’s currently being sold are bundled with one or two pairs of glasses.Read Full Story »
The SEC has released their 2010 football TV schedule. This early schedule covers the first three weekends plus some late-season games.
Listed below is the 2010 SEC Television Schedule (click the games to view and buy tickets).Read Full Story »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 »
On Monday, ESPN released their 2010 Thursday night college football TV schedule. The season opener on September 2 features a doubleheader with Southern Miss traveling to South Carolina and Hawaii hosting USC.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
The Big Ten Conference announced their 2010 prime time football TV schedule on Wednesday. Their first two telecasts will be on Thursday, September 2 when Ohio State hosts Marshall and Indiana hosts Towson.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
On Friday, ESPN released their Thursday night college football TV schedule for 2009. The season opener features a doubleheader with South Carolina traveling to N.C. State and Boise State hosting Oregon.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
On Friday, CBS posted their 2008 College Football TV Schedule on Sportsline.com. On Friday night, CBS pulled the schedule from their web site. It seems that they inadvertently posted the schedule a little early.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »