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    Florida State Seminoles add ULM Warhawks to 2011 Football Schedule

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    The Florida State Seminoles have added the ULM Warhawks to their 2011 football schedule, the Orlando Sentinel has reported. An exact date for the game was not specified.

    FSU and ULM (a/k/a Louisiana-Monroe) have never met in football. The Warhawks are a member of the Sun Belt Conference. Read Full Story »

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    LSU adds South Alabama to 2016 Football Schedule

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    The LSU Tigers have added a game against the South Alabama Jaguars to their 2012 football schedule, the school has announced. The Tigers will host the Jaguars in Baton Rouge on October 15, 2016.

    This will be the first ever meeting between the two schools. South Alabama, an FCS school, expects to complete a full transition to the Football Bowl Championship Subdivision by the 2013 season. They will compete in the Sun Belt Conference. Read Full Story »

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    BYU agrees to a 6-year Football Contract with Notre Dame

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    The BYU Cougars have agreed to a 6-year football contract with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, ESPN has announced. Dates of the games and other details have not been finalized yet.

    BYU and Notre Dame will meet six times through the 2020 season. The Irish lead the overall series against the Cougars 4-2. The two schools last played in 2005, a 49-23 win for Notre Dame in South Bend. Read Full Story »

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    Oklahoma State, Purdue Cancel 2016 & 2019 Home-and-home Football Series

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    A 2016 and 2019 home-and-home football series between the Oklahoma State Cowboys and the Purdue Boilermakers has been canceled, Purdue has announced.

    The two schools were scheduled to play at West Lafayette, Indiana on September 17, 2016 and at Stillwater, Oklahoma on September 14, 2019. Read Full Story »

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    BYU Schedules 2011 & 2012 Football Games with Five WAC Schools

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    The BYU Cougars have scheduled future football games against five WAC schools for 2011 and 2012. The games are part of a scheduling agreement with BYU and the WAC.

    On Tuesday, the Cougars announced that they will leave the Mountain West and go independent in football in 2011. As a result, the WAC has agreed to supply BYU wil five football opponents in 2011 and four in 2012. Listed below are details of each matchup. Read Full Story »

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    Big Ten announces 2011 & 2012 Conference Football Schedules

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    The Big Ten has announced their 2011 and 2012 conference football schedules. Changes were made to the existing schedules after Nebraska was added from the Big 12.

    A Big Ten Football Championship Game will be held starting in 2011 since the conference now has 12 teams split into two divisions. Read Full Story »

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    Big Ten Conference announces Future Division Alignments

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    The Big Ten Conference has announced their future division alignments that take place for the start of the 2011 football season. The names of the divisions will be announced at a later date. Read Full Story »

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    BYU Cougars Going Independent in Football

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    The BYU Cougars have announced that they will leave the Mountain West for the 2011-12 season and become an independent in football, while joining the WCC for other sports.

    BYU originally scheduled to go to the WAC for everything expect football, but canceled those plans when the Mountain West took Nevada and Fresno State. Read Full Story »

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    2010 Featured College Football Games – Week 1

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    The 2010 college football season begins on Thursday, September 4 (see schedule). A full slate of games are on tap for this weekend. The entire USA Today Top 25 will be in action, including no. 1 Alabama and the rest of the Top 5 – Ohio State, Florida, Texas and Boise State.

    ESPN Gameday will broadcast live from Atlanta, Georgia, the site of the 2010 Chick-fil-A College Kickoff game between the LSU Tigers and the North Carolina Tar Heels. Read Full Story »

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    2010 College Football Season Begins on Thursday

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    It’s finally here! The 2010 college football season begins on Thursday, September 2. There are 18 football games on Thursday and three Top 25 teams will be in action.

    2nd ranked Ohio State is the highest ranked team in action on Thursday. They host the Marshall Thundering Herd. 13th ranked Miami (FL) hosts Florida A&M and 24th ranked Utah hosts Pittsburgh. Read Full Story »