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    Boise State & Utah Cancel 2011-13 Football Series

    By Tim K. -

    The Utah Utes and the Boise State Broncos have canceled their 2011-2013 football series, Utah Athletic Director Chris Hill announced Thursday.

    The series was canceled because the Pac-10 will go to a nine-game conference schedule with the additions of Utah and Colorado beginning with the 2011 football season. Read Full Story »

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    2010 Featured College Football Games – Week 6 Schedule

    By Kevin Kelley -

    Week six of the 2010 college football season features some key conference contests, including Michigan-Michigan State, LSU-Florida and Stanford-USC.

    ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Columbia, South Carolina, the site of the Alabama Crimson Tide at South Carolina Gamecocks game. Read Full Story »

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    Oklahoma, Nebraska discussing 2020-21 Home-and-home Football Series

    By Kevin Kelley -

    The Oklahoma Sooners and the Nebraska Cornhuskers may schedule a 2020 and 2021 home-and-home football series, USA Today has reported.

    Discussions for the series are preliminary and are dependent on the future Big Ten conference scheduling format. Nebraska AD Tom Osborne said they “can’t make a decision until we know if the Big Ten is going from eight conference games to nine.” Read Full Story »

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    Iowa State announces Non-Conference Football Schedule through 2017

    By Kevin Kelley -

    The Iowa State Cyclones have announced a finalized non-conference football schedule through 2017. Changes were made due to the new 9-game schedule for the Big 12 starting in 2011.

    Listed below are the Cyclones future opponents through 2017: Read Full Story »

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    Air Force & Iowa State Cancel 2013-14 Football Series

    By Tim K. -

    The Air Force Falcons and the Iowa State Cyclones have canceled their previously scheduled 2013-2014 home-and-home football series, the Colorado Springs Gazette has reported.

    The series was canceled due to the Big 12 Conference expanding to a nine-game conference schedule starting with the 2011 football season. Read Full Story »

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    Oklahoma adds Ball State to 2011 Football Schedule

    By Kevin Kelley -

    The Oklahoma Sooners have added the Ball State Cardinals to their 2011 football schedule, BSUDailyNews.com has reported.

    Oklahoma will host Ball State at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman on October 1, 2011. This will be the first ever meeting between the two schools. Read Full Story »

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    Ole Miss to host Southeast Missouri State in 2013, South Alabama in 2017

    By Kevin Kelley -

    The Ole Miss Rebels have announced two additions to their future football schedules, Southeast Missouri State in 2013 and South Alabama in 2017.

    Ole Miss will host the Southeast Missouri State Redhawks in Oxford on September 7, 2013. The Rebels and Redhawks have played twice in their history. In 1907, the Redhawks beat the Rebels 12-6 in Oxford. In 1908, Ole Miss won 17-0 in Memphis. Read Full Story »

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    Big 12 releases 2011 Football Schedules and Future Scheduling Format

    By Kevin Kelley -

    The Big 12 has released their revised football schedules for 2011. The conference has also released a future scheduling format for 2012 and beyond.

    Changes to the 2011 and future schedules became necessary when Colorado left the conference for the Pac-10 and Nebraska left for the Big Ten. Read Full Story »

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    Georgia adds Charleston Southern in 2014, Georgia Southern in 2016

    By Kevin Kelley -

    The Georgia Bulldogs have added future football games against Charleston Southern and Georgia Southern, Marc Weiszer has reported.

    The Bulldogs will host the Charleston Southern Buccaneers in 2014 and the Georgia Southern Eagles in 2016. Both games will be played at Sanford Stadium in Athens. Exact dates were not announced. Read Full Story »

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    2010 Featured College Football Games – Week 5 Schedule

    By Kevin Kelley -

    Week five of the 2010 college football season features some key conference contests, including Oklahoma-Texas and Alabama-Florida. ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Eugene, Oregon, the site of the Oregon-Stanford game.

    Listed below are the games with TV, times and ticket options: Read Full Story »