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A very overlooked rivalry.
Great to see SEC schools scheduling home and home series with schools like Memphis!
I’d rather see SEC schools playing some Power 5 schools and not Sunbelt and FCS cupcakes.
@Ryan Okay, you got 2 things wrong here. 1, memphis is in the american, which, by the way, has two teams that beat nat’l championship contenders. And 2. The AAC is in the FBS division. Next time you try to insult memphis, look them up first, dumbass.
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Go Pirates! Looking forward to the new season.
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.
Army and BYU should get associate member status for playing three American teams each. (I’m kidding.)
The league should have kept the Big East name regardless.
they cant because they have a basketball confrence called the big east
Where are the 2016-2017 schedules for football?
AAC has not released their 2016 schedule yet. Will be released by March 1.
March 1st is so far away. Hope that it is sooner.
Great additions to the schedule.
Advantage for SDSU to travel to South Alabama? They’d better their profile by traveling to Pullman, WA or to Boulder, CO and win a game against a power conference team.
What a joy to find soenmoe else who thinks this way.
SDSU turned down a game at Alabama. I guess they want an easier road game. They will never be a top D1 school if they don’t travel to play big teams.