2015 Houston Cougars Football Schedule

Record: 13-1, 7-1 (AAC)
Date   Opponent Time/TV Tickets
Sep. 5
Golden Eagles Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles
TDECU Stadium, Houston, TX
Won 52-24
Sep. 12
Cardinals at Louisville Cardinals
Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, Louisville, KY
Won 34-31
Sep. 19
Open Date
Sep. 26
Bobcats Texas State Bobcats
TDECU Stadium, Houston, TX
Won 59-14
Oct. 3
Hurricanes at Tulsa Golden Hurricane
H.A. Chapman Stadium, Tulsa, OK
Won 38-24
Oct. 8
Mustangs SMU Mustangs
TDECU Stadium, Houston, TX
Won 49-28
Oct. 16
Green Wave at Tulane Green Wave
Yulman Stadium, New Orleans, LA
Won 42-7
Oct. 24
Knights at UCF Knights
Bright House Networks Stadium, Orlando, FL
Won 59-10
Oct. 31
Commodores Vanderbilt Commodores
TDECU Stadium, Houston, TX
Won 34-0
Nov. 7
Bearcats Cincinnati Bearcats (HC)
TDECU Stadium, Houston, TX
Won 33-30
Nov. 14
Tigers Memphis Tigers
TDECU Stadium, Houston, TX
Won 35-34
Nov. 21
Huskies at Connecticut Huskies
Rentschler Field, East Hartford, CT
Lost 20-17
Nov. 27
Midshipmen Navy Midshipmen
TDECU Stadium, Houston, TX
Won 52-31
2015 AAC Championship Game
Dec. 5
Owls Temple Owls
TDECU Stadium, Houston, TX
Won 24-13
2015 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
Dec. 31
Seminoles Florida State Seminoles
Georgia Dome, Atlanta, GA
Won 38-24

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    1. Libby
      December 22, 2016 at 10:50 pm

      What I find so inrteesting is you could never find this anywhere else.

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    1. Darrell
      November 10, 2016 at 10:12 am

      Looking forward to visiting Houston for this one! GATA!

    2. THE Georgia Southern University
      November 14, 2016 at 2:01 pm

      Houston will learn who the real GSU is. Hail Southern NOT State!

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    1. Day
      September 9, 2016 at 11:50 am

      “It’s both a justification and an excuse.”

      Yep, What’s the point of Houston playing an Oklahoma, winning by 10, going undefeated the rest of the season, winning they’re conference & conference championship & not making it to the CFP? It really depends on how (if) Oklahoma can run the table, how they win their games, scores, did they struggle…etc. The eye ball test will play a big factor in this at the end of the season, if Houston can beat their opponents by 30+ a game & beat a very good Louisville team, they still have to over come the other conference champions & favoritism from the Bama’s, Sooners, Clemson…etc, fans that will travel like the article says but if the Cougars loses then it is over for them anyways.

    2. Mazarati
      September 9, 2016 at 1:05 pm

      It won’t matter. Oklahoma will have more than one loss before the season is over.

    3. Stuart
      September 9, 2016 at 2:53 pm

      The question is would a 12-0 Houston get in over a 12-1 Stanford, Washington, Florida State, Michigan, say Georgia or take your pick from Baylor/Oklahoma/Texas/TCU winning the Big 12.

      The answer is no. Houston’s SOS require OU to run the table and Louisville to be a 10 game winner, and for the SOS of all those P5 to be well below norm. That wont happen. The SOS will kill UH as will the lack of quality opponents. And even if they manage to be 3rd or 4th in the polls the committee and computers will push UH to the 5th slot.

      The entire system is designed to lock out a hot G5 school like Boise State under Petersen (now UW coach) or Houston under Herman (who’s P5 coach will he be in January?). That wont change.

    4. Greg
      September 9, 2016 at 3:48 pm

      1. Let’s take one week at a time. Houston has not yet gone 12-0. In fact, at this point, they’re far away from that goal.

      2. I’d could successfully be argued that every single AAC team is better than Kansas. It could also be argued that at least 8 of them are better than Iowa State.

      3. I’d take more stock in this article if it wasn’t authored by a Big XII team supporter.

    5. Shep
      September 9, 2016 at 3:51 pm

      “First, the Sooners will play five times, think about that, five times more Power opponents than will the Cougars. If both teams are playing at the same level, it means, theoretically, that Oklahoma has a five times greater chance of losing in 10 of the 12 weeks than does Houston.”

      So every P5 school is 2x as difficult as every G5 team? Gimmie a break. Yes, they’re in no question.

    6. lost in Va.
      September 9, 2016 at 4:21 pm

      yes, to a 13-0 Houston team being above Oklahoma in the CFP….but not over a 5 loss SEC squad….

    7. David
      September 9, 2016 at 7:10 pm

      I’d say the committee can say the same thing they said before. Houston, you won a Conference Championship Game. That’s an extra data point. The XII doesn’t have a conference championship game, and that matters.

    8. Patrick Ray
      September 10, 2016 at 6:38 am

      Thought-provoking article; well done. Long way to go though.

      One thing to think of is the human element. While the stats regarding SOS may back up your point, the committee may take Houston instead due to the critical backlash (and potential political backlash) that would occur in this scenario. Remember that when Utah was left out of the BCS, Senator Orin Hatch got involved to press the case which eventually led to changes in G5 access. With the committee now in place, do they risk a similar situation.

    9. Yang
      September 10, 2016 at 10:21 am

      Head-to-head win should have much more weight.

      • David
        September 10, 2016 at 11:32 am

        Indeed Yang, a better what if scenario would be a conference champion Texas with one loss vs. an undefeated Houston. Who goes then, when there’s no head to head?

    10. Tony
      September 11, 2016 at 6:18 pm

      If the
      cougars draw a crowd of 35000 to 45000. I think they will get in but I am reasonable sure this won’t do this, this year. What does 2017-18 schedule look like?

    11. BambiB
      September 11, 2016 at 8:27 pm

      Sorry, no. If Houston is perfect and Oklahoma lost to Houston, Houston should go and Oklahoma should learn to take their non-conference games more seriously.

    12. Patrick
      September 13, 2016 at 3:19 am

      schedule doesn’t matter as much as head to head takes care of it…And this is biased. Power 5 team doesn’t automatically mean good. There were 5 teams ranked in the top 25 from the AAC last year. That doesn’t come easy as voters always want teams to prove it if your from the G5 (unlike teams like Florida who get gifted rankings). By the end of the Year USF will also be ranked and high too so that’s another ranked opponent Houston faces. No way Oklahoma hops Houston (assuming Houston goes undefeated and OK runs the table).

    13. Robert
      September 13, 2016 at 5:51 pm

      ou should end up with at least 3 loses…..Houston, Ohio St and TEXAS….so none of this will be an issue

    14. Vox
      September 17, 2016 at 7:05 pm

      Don’t think your plan accounted for Louisville crushing FSU 63-20. If both remain undefeated UofH can knock off 2 top 5 opponents. That should be plenty to give them a much deserved shot at the playoffs.

    15. stevereenie
      September 22, 2016 at 10:57 pm

      Never Mind…………………..

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    1. Greg Barnes
      February 19, 2015 at 11:56 am

      Go Pirates! Looking forward to the new season.

      • Martha
        December 22, 2016 at 8:22 pm

        thank you for all your efforts that you have put in this. Very interesting inoifmatorn. “Live with men as if God saw you converse with God as if men heard you.” by Seneca.

    2. David
      February 19, 2015 at 3:28 pm

      Army and BYU should get associate member status for playing three American teams each. (I’m kidding.)

    3. Mike
      February 21, 2015 at 11:45 pm

      The league should have kept the Big East name regardless.

    4. Joe mama
      January 7, 2016 at 9:12 am

      Where are the 2016-2017 schedules for football?

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