Commissioners from the BCS conferences are meeting in Dallas today to continue discussions for a potential college football playoff.
After last month’s meeting, the “plus-one” format seemed to be the leader of all the options presented. That model would pit the winners of two semifinal games against each other in a national championship game.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
Several 2012 Spring college football games will be televised or streamed online this year. ESPN has already posted a few games that will be broadcast on ESPN3.com, while other games have been announced for CSS, CST, Longhorn Network and Sun Sports.
Listed below is the 2012 Spring football game TV schedule with date, time and network information. Spring games are also listed on each 2012 college football schedule. Additional games will be added to this list as they are announced.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
Clemson and Georgia are scheduled to play a home-and-home football series in 2013 and 2014. But due to expansion in the ACC, the series may have to be canceled.
Earlier this month, it was reported that the Georgia-Clemson football series could be in jeopardy. Due to the addition of Pittsburgh and Syracuse to the ACC, likely in 2013, the conference will play a nine-game football schedule.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
The Oregon Ducks and Michigan State Spartans have scheduled a home-and-home football series for 2014 and 2015, The Register Guard has reported.
Oregon will host Michigan State at Autzen Stadium on Sept. 13, 2014. The Ducks will then travel to face Michigan State at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing on Sept. 12, 2015.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
SEC commissioner Mike Slive hopes to have the future football schedule for the conference set by late-May, he told the Memphis Commercial-Appeal.
Slive and the 14 SEC athletic directors discussed the issue earlier this month in Nashville at the women’s basketball tournament and then the following week in New Orleans at the men’s tournament.Read Full Story »Read Full Story »