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  posted on 6/2/2008 at 01:46 PM
Switch hasn't been turned on yet, but I've been thinking more and more about college football lately. The Phil Steele book will be out next week I think, that is my bible, the book that has a way of moving everything else to the back burner. To hold me over, let's get some football talk going...

SEC West seems wide open, although I'd have to say Auburn would be the odds-on favorite, but not a lock. Vs their 5 Western opponents, only 2 are at home (LSU & Ark). The schedule of east teams is a little easier than last with Tennessee replacing Florida and both UT and UGA come to the plains this season (other game is at Vandy). Auburn has beaten Bama 6 straight, this year it is in Tuscaloosa. What you think Auburn fans? Outside of conference I'm loving that 10/23 game in Morgantown. How excited are you about Tony Franklin and Kodi Burns?

LSU should still be formidable, but QB becomes a huge ?. Not only do they lose Flynn, but the heir apparent Ryan Perrilloux has been dismissed. They are not in a good QB position at all. Thankfully they have some tune up games before traveling to Auburn 9/20. Although, the opener is Appalachian State (LSU did beat them 24-0 in 2005). In a year when alot of SEC schools have stepped it up in the non-con schedule (UGA at Arz St, Aub at WVa, Tenn at UCLA, Bama vs Clem, etc) - LSU plays IAA, 2 Sun Belt teams and a CUSA bottom feeder! Assuming a 4-0 non-con schedule, could this team drop as many as 3 conference games? Hmm. We'll see what effect Pelini's move has on the D.

Mississippi State nearly won as many games last year as they had combined in Sly Croom's first 3 years. They won 4 conference games last year, something not done since 2002 and they haven't won more than 4 since 1999. Their QB situation was a mess last year, but Wesley Carroll showed promise. The RBs are great. Can the offense evolve? Their 21.5 ppg was the best since 2000. Defense is why Miss St has been able to pull the occasional upset, last year they allowed their best ppg on D since 1999. Play makers LB Gabe Oneal and DE Titus Brown are gone, but maybe in his 2nd year at S Derek Pegues can have the impact I thought he could last year. The schedule is very good pulling Vandy and UK along with UT from the east. They must travel for 3 of their 5 West opponents, but I think Miss St can win 8 regular season games this year, and if teams start beating each other up in the West this year, they could be near the top of the standings at the end of the year. This is my SEC team this season.

Alabama let me down a little last year. I thought their depth charts looked extremely strong and had faith that Saban, Steele and Applewhite could have this team contending for SEC West honors. That didn't happen and now Applewhite is off to Texas (can't blame him there). I do think they jumped around way too much on offense last season, particularly at RB where they should have rode Terry Grant more instead of playing musical RBs. New OC is from Fresno State and they have fielded some terrific rushing teams and that should fit this team's strengths well. With that OL hopefully they don't try to outsmart themselves, but they won't win too many more games unless JPW or somebody else makes plays at QB. On defense we'll see what Kines had in the cupboard unless more of Saban's recruits are ready. 8/30 vs Clemson should tell alot.

Things will be interesting at Ole Miss. Not only is Houston Nutt here, but so is D Coor Tyrone Nix (who I like alot, but his D let me down last year at SC) and Texas transfer Jevan Sneed at QB. I like this WR group alot, they just need a consistant QB to get them the ball. Most Ole Miss fans liked Oregeron's recruiting ability, but the on field performance didn't come through. Oregeron played many young kids and Nutt might reap the benefits this season if they can grasp the new schemes. This might be the year their defense starts to clamp down. If they can beat Memphis and Wake to start the year, Rebel fans might be able to quietly think bowl game.

Bobby Petrino brings his offense to Fayetteville and it could be exciting, probably just not this year. There are so many unknowns on this team it is hard to speculate much. Looking at the schedule...the good news is they will probably start 2-0 (outside chance ULL could upset 9/6!). The bad news is they will almost certainly lose the next 4 (at Tex, Bama, UF, at Aub). I'd even think Tulsa could get them when Gus Malzahn returns 11/1. Keep hope alive for 2009 Hog fans.

Feel free to post up your predictions, comments, etc - Let's Get It Started!

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  posted on 6/2/2008 at 07:21 PM
What ya think about my Athens Dawgs Nebish? We
been waiting a long time to look this strong going in.......

 

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  posted on 6/2/2008 at 11:05 PM
Today was the first time I put much organized thought into the upcoming season and the SEC West captured my attention for some reason.

I do not have many opinions for the East teams right now. I need to refresh myself on who they've lost and look at the schedules.

There is one Georgia fan in particular who might be checking in here, I'm sure we'll find out where the Bulldogs stand. Just my initial thought is Georgia should have a terrific team, although they do pull the 2 toughest teams out of the west and must travel to both (LSU 10/25, Auburn 11/15). Bama is the other one, atleast they get them in Sanford. It is a tough schedule. I LOVE the game at Arizona State. I wish that game was this weekend. I can't explain why I'm anticipating it so much, but it has mega appeal to me. I'd like to see a WR emerge, someone like Fred Gibson or Terrance Edwards, but that might be asking alot.


The only thing I don't like about the SEC is all the hype it gets. I love it, it is great football. I can't really think of much else I'd rather do on Saturday night than watch an SEC game. With the last 2 National Champions coming out of the SEC they are on top. I just don't like to hear people brag about it and discredit everyone else at the same time. I don't get into college football for the bragging rights, but I can understand why some do it. It just wears on me sometimes.

But Wisconsin does have the best non-real animal mascot!



Hey Marc, What's up with a season ender vs Cal Poly?

 

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  posted on 6/3/2008 at 07:09 AM
Don't worry about the Gamecocks. We lost our last five games, we do not have a QB and we've got Canadians on our OL. So spread the word, mark a W on your schedule and go ahead and over look us. The first two games are on Thursday night on ESPN. (By the way I have nothing against Canadians.)
The schedule below is a bit of a challenge.

2008-2009 SCHEDULE

Date Opponent Location

08/28/08 vs. North Carolina State Columbia, S.C.
09/04/08 at Vanderbilt Nashville, TN.
09/13/08 vs. Georgia Columbia, S.C.
09/20/08 vs. Wofford Columbia, S.C.
09/27/08 vs. UAB Columbia, S.C.
10/04/08 at Mississippi Oxford, Miss.
10/11/08 at Kentucky Lexington, Ky.
10/18/08 vs. LSU Columbia, S.C.
11/01/08 vs. Tennessee Columbia, S.C.
11/08/08 vs. Arkansas Columbia, S.C.
11/15/08 at Florida Gainesville, FL.
11/29/08 at Clemson Clemson, S.C.

 

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  posted on 6/3/2008 at 07:44 AM
Im not going to bash the SEC they r probably the toughest conference but they r top heavy like every other conference out there. Right now my interest is on Michigan and how they perform using Rodriguez's offense and Grand Valley State University to see if they can win another championship in D-II
 

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  posted on 6/3/2008 at 07:50 AM
could be a tough year for my Hokies, all those defensive starters moving on to the pros.

Nebraska on the schedule early. yikes

 

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  posted on 6/3/2008 at 09:01 AM
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could be a tough year for my Hokies, all those defensive starters moving on to the pros.

Nebraska on the schedule early. yikes


It really seems like there are some great nonconference matchups this season. I really like seeing the top teams schedule atleast one 50-50 type games. VT at Nebraska should be great. Just think John, Nebraska has to come to Blacksburg in what 2009 or 2010 - that will be awesome too. Many many good out of conference matchups this season.

After watching Glennon the last 2 years I'm not convinced things will be much different for him this year. What is the outlook for Tyrod Taylor's role?

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Don't worry about the Gamecocks. We lost our last five games, we do not have a QB and we've got Canadians on our OL. So spread the word, mark a W on your schedule and go ahead and over look us.


On South Carolina...

As much as I like Tyrone Nix, after last season, I'd say a change was good at coordinator. Ellis Johnson is a very good hire. Spurrier has always surrounded himself with good defenseive people and Johnson is certainly one of them. Looking at SC's D roster there are lots of names to get excited about. I live in Ohio, but Captain Munnerlyn and Emanuel Cook are nearly household names at my place. And then Eric Norwood teaming up with a hopefully healthy Jasper Brinkley should be good. SC's got some playmakers on D.

Offense, I don't know, I'll take your word on it.

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Right now my interest is on Michigan and how they perform using Rodriguez's offense and Grand Valley State University to see if they can win another championship in D-II


I have a friend who is a huge Big Blue fan. He is pretty pumped for the season. Alot of people have low expectations for them this year. I guess some said their spring was a mess? There should be some growing pains, but anything can happen if they have success early. I don't think Rodriguez will try to fit a square peg in a round hole, he has to work with what he has. I'm just glad they aren't going to be running WVa's 3-3-5 D!!!

 

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  posted on 6/3/2008 at 09:27 AM
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could be a tough year for my Hokies, all those defensive starters moving on to the pros.

Nebraska on the schedule early. yikes


It really seems like there are some great non conference match ups this season. I really like seeing the top teams schedule at least one 50-50 type games. VT at Nebraska should be great. Just think John, Nebraska has to come to Blacksburg in what 2009 or 2010 - that will be awesome too. Many many good out of conference match ups this season.

I love good non conference games some I'm looking froward to Notre Dame vs Michigan and MSU
Ohio State vs USC
Cincinnati (I'm keeping an eye on this team I really like there coach Brian Kelley) at Oklahoma

Top 40 Non-conference games of the year
http://cfn.scout.com/2/732508.html

 

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  posted on 6/4/2008 at 10:22 PM
Early predictions from J Howell.

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Below are the projections for the NCAA IA football games through
the games of 9-1-2008. Games against non-IA teams are excluded.
The favorite is listed first with the projected margin of victory
(i.e., the line) in parenthesis. 'TP' represents the total number of
points expected to be scored in the game and 'Odds' represents the odds
of the favorite winning straight-up (not against-the-spread).



Thursday, August 28, 2008

South Carolina (-12) vs. North Carolina State (TP=47 Odds=.697)
Vanderbilt (-1) @ Miami (Ohio) (TP=47 Odds=.519)
Texas-El Paso (-5) @ Buffalo (TP=58 Odds=.570)


Friday, August 29, 2008

Rice (-8) vs. Southern Methodist (TP=63 Odds=.601)
Army (-7.5) vs. Temple (TP=48 Odds=.625)


Saturday, August 30, 2008

Southern California (-15.5) @ Virginia (TP=47 Odds=.748)
Florida (-18) vs. Hawaii (TP=63 Odds=.720)
Virginia Tech (-18) vs. East Carolina (TP=49 Odds=.775) @ Charlotte, NC
Texas (-28) vs. Florida Atlantic (TP=57 Odds=.851)
Auburn (-23.5) vs. Louisiana-Monroe (TP=46 Odds=.861)

Michigan (-9) vs. Utah (TP=48 Odds=.651)
Boston College (-21.5) vs. Kent (TP=47 Odds=.834) @ Cleveland, OH
Missouri (-13.5) vs. Illinois (TP=54 Odds=.696) @ St. Louis, MO
Oregon (-18) vs. Washington (TP=57 Odds=.742)
Wisconsin (-23) vs. Akron (TP=49 Odds=.835)

Louisville (-12.5) vs. Kentucky (TP=62 Odds=.661)
Clemson (-3.5) vs. Alabama (TP=47 Odds=.557) @ Atlanta, GA
California (-14) vs. Michigan State (TP=56 Odds=.694)
Oregon State (-12) @ Stanford (TP=50 Odds=.689)
Kansas (-31.5) vs. Florida International (TP=52 Odds=.906)

Texas Christian (-3.5) @ New Mexico (TP=46 Odds=.558)
Wake Forest (-13) @ Baylor (TP=51 Odds=.698)
Texas A&M (-19) vs. Arkansas State (TP=51 Odds=.778)
Oklahoma State (-1) vs. Washington State (TP=58 Odds=.510) @ Seattle, WA
Nebraska (-15.5) vs. Western Michigan (TP=57 Odds=.711)

Tulsa (-13.5) @ Alabama-Birmingham (TP=57 Odds=.682)
Southern Mississippi (-17.5) vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (TP=52 Odds=.757)
Kansas State (-24) vs. North Texas (TP=57 Odds=.805)
Pittsburgh (-9) vs. Bowling Green State (TP=54 Odds=.630)
Troy (-2.5) @ Middle Tennessee State (TP=50 Odds=.541)

Arizona (-22.5) vs. Idaho (TP=53 Odds=.814)
Colorado (-7) vs. Colorado State (TP=51 Odds=.606) @ Denver, CO
Mississippi State (-3.5) @ Louisiana Tech (TP=49 Odds=.560)
Indiana (-13) vs. Western Kentucky (TP=55 Odds=.683)
Northwestern (-10) vs. Syracuse (TP=51 Odds=.657)

Wyoming (-6) vs. Ohio (TP=49 Odds=.595)
Mississippi (-6) vs. Memphis (TP=51 Odds=.590)
Minnesota (-9.5) vs. Northern Illinois (TP=55 Odds=.637)
Nevada-Las Vegas (-7) vs. Utah State (TP=51 Odds=.612)


Monday, September 1, 2008

Tennessee (-2) @ UCLA (TP=51 Odds=.533)
Rutgers (-8.5) vs. Fresno State (TP=55 Odds=.620)
http://www.jhowell.net/cf/cfpred.txt


 

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  posted on 6/4/2008 at 10:24 PM
Air Force (MWC)
8/30 Sat vs. Southern Utah
9/6 Sat @ *Wyoming
9/13 Sat @ Houston
9/20 Sat vs. *Utah
10/4 Sat vs. Navy
10/11 Sat @ *San Diego State
10/18 Sat @ *Nevada-Las Vegas
10/23 Thu vs. *New Mexico
11/1 Sat @ Army
11/8 Sat vs. *Colorado State
11/15 Sat vs. *Brigham Young
11/22 Sat @ *Texas Christian


Akron (MAC)
8/30 Sat @ Wisconsin
9/6 Sat @ Syracuse
9/13 Sat vs. *Ball State
9/20 Sat @ Army
9/27 Sat vs. Cincinnati
10/4 Sat @ *Kent
10/11 Sat vs. *Bowling Green State
10/18 Sat @ *Eastern Michigan
11/5 Wed vs. *Toledo
11/13 Thu vs. *Buffalo
11/22 Sat @ *Ohio
11/28 Fri @ *Temple


Alabama (SEC)
8/30 Sat vs. Clemson @ Atlanta, GA
9/6 Sat vs. Tulane
9/13 Sat vs. Western Kentucky
9/20 Sat @ *Arkansas
9/27 Sat @ *Georgia
10/4 Sat vs. *Kentucky
10/18 Sat vs. *Mississippi
10/25 Sat @ *Tennessee
11/1 Sat vs. Arkansas State
11/8 Sat @ *Louisiana State
11/15 Sat vs. *Mississippi State
11/29 Sat vs. *Auburn


Alabama-Birmingham (CUSA)
8/30 Sat vs. *Tulsa
9/6 Sat @ Florida Atlantic
9/13 Sat @ Tennessee
9/20 Sat vs. Alabama State
9/27 Sat @ South Carolina
10/2 Thu vs. *Memphis
10/11 Sat @ *Houston
10/18 Sat vs. *Marshall
11/1 Sat @ *Southern Mississippi
11/15 Sat @ *Tulane
11/22 Sat vs. *East Carolina
11/29 Sat @ *Central Florida


Arizona (Pac 10)
8/30 Sat vs. Idaho
9/6 Sat vs. Toledo
9/13 Sat @ New Mexico
9/20 Sat @ *UCLA
10/4 Sat vs. *Washington
10/11 Sat @ *Stanford
10/18 Sat vs. *California
10/25 Sat vs. *Southern California
11/8 Sat @ *Washington State
11/15 Sat @ *Oregon
11/22 Sat vs. *Oregon State
12/6 Sat vs. *Arizona State


Arizona State (Pac 10)
8/30 Sat vs. Northern Arizona
9/6 Sat vs. *Stanford
9/13 Sat vs. Nevada-Las Vegas
9/20 Sat vs. Georgia
10/4 Sat @ *California
10/11 Sat @ *Southern California
10/18 Sat vs. *Oregon
10/25 Sat @ *Oregon State
11/8 Sat @ *Washington
11/15 Sat vs. *Washington State
11/28 Fri vs. *UCLA
12/6 Sat @ *Arizona


Arkansas (SEC)
8/30 Sat vs. Western Illinois
9/6 Sat vs. Louisiana-Monroe @ Little Rock, AR
9/13 Sat @ Texas
9/20 Sat vs. *Alabama
10/4 Sat vs. *Florida
10/11 Sat @ *Auburn
10/18 Sat @ *Kentucky
10/25 Sat vs. *Mississippi
11/1 Sat vs. Tulsa
11/8 Sat @ *South Carolina
11/22 Sat @ *Mississippi State
11/29 Sat vs. *Louisiana State @ Little Rock, AR


Arkansas State (Sun Belt)
8/30 Sat @ Texas A&M
9/6 Sat vs. Texas Southern
9/13 Sat vs. Southern Mississippi
9/20 Sat vs. *Middle Tennessee State
9/27 Sat @ Memphis
10/11 Sat vs. *Louisiana-Monroe
10/18 Sat @ *Louisiana-Lafayette
11/1 Sat @ Alabama
11/8 Sat @ *Florida International
11/22 Sat vs. *Florida Atlantic
11/29 Sat @ *North Texas
12/6 Sat @ *Troy


Army (Independent)
8/29 Fri vs. Temple
9/6 Sat vs. New Hampshire
9/20 Sat vs. Akron
9/27 Sat @ Texas A&M
10/4 Sat @ Tulane
10/11 Sat vs. Eastern Michigan
10/18 Sat @ Buffalo
10/25 Sat vs. Louisiana Tech
11/1 Sat vs. Air Force
11/8 Sat @ Rice
11/22 Sat @ Rutgers
12/6 Sat vs. Navy @ Philadelphia, PA


Auburn (SEC)
8/30 Sat vs. Louisiana-Monroe
9/6 Sat vs. Southern Mississippi
9/13 Sat @ *Mississippi State
9/20 Sat vs. *Louisiana State
9/27 Sat vs. *Tennessee
10/4 Sat @ *Vanderbilt
10/11 Sat vs. *Arkansas
10/23 Thu @ West Virginia
11/1 Sat @ *Mississippi
11/8 Sat vs. Tennessee-Martin
11/15 Sat vs. *Georgia
11/29 Sat @ *Alabama


Ball State (MAC)
8/28 Thu vs. Northeastern
9/5 Fri vs. Navy
9/13 Sat @ *Akron
9/20 Sat @ Indiana
9/27 Sat vs. *Kent
10/4 Sat @ *Toledo
10/11 Sat @ Western Kentucky
10/25 Sat vs. *Eastern Michigan
11/5 Wed vs. *Northern Illinois
11/11 Tue @ *Miami (Ohio)
11/19 Wed @ *Central Michigan
11/25 Tue vs. *Western Michigan


Baylor (Big 12)
8/30 Sat vs. Wake Forest
9/6 Sat vs. Northwestern State
9/13 Sat vs. Washington State
9/19 Fri @ Connecticut
10/4 Sat vs. *Oklahoma
10/11 Sat vs. *Iowa State
10/18 Sat @ *Oklahoma State
10/25 Sat @ *Nebraska
11/1 Sat vs. *Missouri
11/8 Sat @ *Texas
11/15 Sat vs. *Texas A&M
11/29 Sat @ *Texas Tech


Boise State (WAC)
8/30 Sat vs. Idaho State
9/13 Sat vs. Bowling Green State
9/20 Sat @ Oregon
10/1 Wed vs. *Louisiana Tech
10/11 Sat @ Southern Mississippi
10/17 Fri vs. *Hawaii
10/24 Fri @ *San Jose State
11/1 Sat @ *New Mexico State
11/8 Sat vs. *Utah State
11/15 Sat @ *Idaho
11/22 Sat @ *Nevada
11/28 Fri vs. *Fresno State


Boston College (ACC)
8/30 Sat vs. Kent @ Cleveland, OH
9/6 Sat vs. *Georgia Tech
9/20 Sat vs. Central Florida
9/27 Sat vs. Rhode Island
10/4 Sat @ *North Carolina State
10/18 Sat vs. *Virginia Tech
10/25 Sat @ *North Carolina
11/1 Sat vs. *Clemson
11/8 Sat vs. Notre Dame
11/15 Sat @ *Florida State
11/22 Sat @ *Wake Forest
11/29 Sat vs. *Maryland


Bowling Green State (MAC)
8/30 Sat @ Pittsburgh
9/6 Sat vs. Minnesota
9/13 Sat @ Boise State
9/27 Sat @ Wyoming
10/4 Sat vs. *Eastern Michigan
10/11 Sat @ *Akron
10/18 Sat vs. *Miami (Ohio)
10/25 Sat @ *Northern Illinois
11/1 Sat vs. *Kent
11/8 Sat @ *Ohio
11/21 Fri vs. *Buffalo
11/28 Fri @ *Toledo


Brigham Young (MWC)
8/30 Sat vs. Northern Iowa
9/6 Sat @ Washington
9/13 Sat vs. UCLA
9/20 Sat vs. *Wyoming
10/3 Fri @ Utah State
10/11 Sat vs. *New Mexico
10/16 Thu @ *Texas Christian
10/25 Sat vs. *Nevada-Las Vegas
11/1 Sat @ *Colorado State
11/8 Sat vs. *San Diego State
11/15 Sat @ *Air Force
11/22 Sat @ *Utah


Buffalo (MAC)
8/28 Thu vs. Texas-El Paso
9/6 Sat @ Pittsburgh
9/13 Sat vs. *Temple
9/20 Sat @ Missouri
9/27 Sat @ *Central Michigan
10/11 Sat vs. *Western Michigan
10/18 Sat vs. Army
10/28 Tue @ *Ohio
11/4 Tue vs. *Miami (Ohio)
11/13 Thu @ *Akron
11/21 Fri @ *Bowling Green State
11/28 Fri vs. *Kent


California (Pac 10)
8/30 Sat vs. Michigan State
9/6 Sat @ *Washington State
9/13 Sat @ Maryland
9/27 Sat vs. Colorado State
10/4 Sat vs. *Arizona State
10/18 Sat @ *Arizona
10/25 Sat vs. *UCLA
11/1 Sat vs. *Oregon
11/8 Sat @ *Southern California
11/15 Sat @ *Oregon State
11/22 Sat vs. *Stanford
12/6 Sat vs. *Washington


Central Florida (CUSA)
8/30 Sat vs. South Carolina State
9/5 Fri vs. South Florida
9/20 Sat @ Boston College
9/27 Sat @ *Texas-El Paso
10/4 Sat vs. *Southern Methodist
10/11 Sat @ Miami (Florida)
10/26 Sun @ *Tulsa
11/2 Sun vs. *East Carolina
11/8 Sat vs. *Southern Mississippi
11/15 Sat @ *Marshall
11/22 Sat @ *Memphis
11/29 Sat vs. *Alabama-Birmingham


Central Michigan (MAC)
8/28 Thu vs. Eastern Illinois
9/6 Sat @ Georgia
9/13 Sat @ *Ohio
9/20 Sat @ Purdue
9/27 Sat vs. *Buffalo
10/11 Sat vs. *Temple
10/18 Sat vs. *Western Michigan
10/25 Sat @ *Toledo
11/1 Sat @ Indiana
11/12 Wed @ *Northern Illinois
11/19 Wed vs. *Ball State
11/28 Fri @ *Eastern Michigan


Cincinnati (Big East)
8/28 Thu vs. Eastern Kentucky
9/6 Sat @ Oklahoma
9/20 Sat vs. Miami (Ohio)
9/27 Sat @ Akron
10/3 Fri @ Marshall
10/11 Sat vs. *Rutgers
10/25 Sat @ *Connecticut
10/30 Thu vs. *South Florida
11/8 Sat @ *West Virginia
11/14 Fri @ *Louisville
11/22 Sat vs. *Pittsburgh
11/29 Sat vs. *Syracuse
12/6 Sat @ Hawaii


Clemson (ACC)
8/30 Sat vs. Alabama @ Atlanta, GA
9/6 Sat vs. Citadel
9/13 Sat vs. *North Carolina State
9/20 Sat vs. South Carolina State
9/27 Sat vs. *Maryland
10/9 Thu @ *Wake Forest
10/18 Sat vs. *Georgia Tech
11/1 Sat @ *Boston College
11/8 Sat @ *Florida State
11/15 Sat vs. *Duke
11/22 Sat @ *Virginia
11/29 Sat vs. South Carolina


Colorado (Big 12)
8/30 Sat vs. Colorado State @ Denver, CO
9/6 Sat vs. Eastern Washington
9/18 Thu vs. West Virginia
9/27 Sat vs. Florida State @ Jacksonville, FL
10/4 Sat vs. *Texas
10/11 Sat @ *Kansas
10/18 Sat vs. *Kansas State
10/25 Sat @ *Missouri
11/1 Sat @ *Texas A&M
11/8 Sat vs. *Iowa State
11/15 Sat vs. *Oklahoma State
11/28 Fri @ *Nebraska


Colorado State (MWC)
8/30 Sat vs. Colorado @ Denver, CO
9/6 Sat vs. Sacramento State
9/20 Sat vs. Houston
9/27 Sat @ California
10/4 Sat vs. *Nevada-Las Vegas
10/11 Sat vs. *Texas Christian
10/18 Sat @ *Utah
10/25 Sat @ *San Diego State
11/1 Sat vs. *Brigham Young
11/8 Sat @ *Air Force
11/15 Sat vs. *New Mexico
11/22 Sat @ *Wyoming


Connecticut (Big East)
8/28 Thu vs. Hofstra
9/6 Sat @ Temple
9/13 Sat vs. Virginia
9/19 Fri vs. Baylor
9/27 Sat @ *Louisville
10/4 Sat @ North Carolina
10/18 Sat @ *Rutgers
10/25 Sat vs. *Cincinnati
11/1 Sat vs. *West Virginia
11/15 Sat @ *Syracuse
11/22 Sat @ *South Florida
12/6 Sat vs. *Pittsburgh


Duke (ACC)
8/30 Sat vs. James Madison
9/6 Sat vs. Northwestern
9/13 Sat vs. Navy
9/27 Sat vs. *Virginia
10/4 Sat @ *Georgia Tech
10/18 Sat vs. *Miami (Florida)
10/25 Sat @ Vanderbilt
11/1 Sat @ *Wake Forest
11/8 Sat vs. *North Carolina State
11/15 Sat @ *Clemson
11/22 Sat @ *Virginia Tech
11/29 Sat vs. *North Carolina


East Carolina (CUSA)
8/30 Sat vs. Virginia Tech @ Charlotte, NC
9/6 Sat vs. West Virginia
9/13 Sat @ *Tulane
9/20 Sat @ North Carolina State
9/27 Sat vs. *Houston
10/11 Sat @ Virginia
10/18 Sat vs. *Memphis
11/2 Sun @ *Central Florida
11/8 Sat vs. *Marshall
11/15 Sat @ *Southern Mississippi
11/22 Sat @ *Alabama-Birmingham
11/29 Sat vs. *Texas-El Paso


Eastern Michigan (MAC)
8/28 Thu vs. Indiana State
9/6 Sat @ Michigan State
9/13 Sat vs. *Toledo
9/20 Sat @ Maryland
9/27 Sat vs. *Northern Illinois
10/4 Sat @ *Bowling Green State
10/11 Sat @ Army
10/18 Sat vs. *Akron
10/25 Sat @ *Ball State
11/1 Sat @ *Western Michigan
11/22 Sat @ *Temple
11/28 Fri vs. *Central Michigan


Florida (SEC)
8/30 Sat vs. Hawaii
9/6 Sat vs. Miami (Florida)
9/20 Sat @ *Tennessee
9/27 Sat vs. *Mississippi
10/4 Sat @ *Arkansas
10/11 Sat vs. *Louisiana State
10/25 Sat vs. *Kentucky
11/1 Sat vs. *Georgia @ Jacksonville, FL
11/8 Sat @ *Vanderbilt
11/15 Sat vs. *South Carolina
11/22 Sat vs. Citadel
11/29 Sat @ Florida State


Florida Atlantic (Sun Belt)
8/30 Sat @ Texas
9/6 Sat vs. Alabama-Birmingham
9/13 Sat @ Michigan State
9/20 Sat @ Minnesota
9/30 Tue @ *Middle Tennessee State
10/7 Tue vs. *Troy
10/18 Sat @ *Western Kentucky
10/25 Sat @ *Louisiana-Monroe
11/8 Sat vs. *North Texas
11/15 Sat vs. *Louisiana-Lafayette
11/22 Sat @ *Arkansas State
11/29 Sat vs. *Florida International @ Miami, FL


Florida International (Sun Belt)
8/30 Sat @ Kansas
9/6 Sat @ Iowa
9/20 Sat vs. South Florida
9/27 Sat @ Toledo
10/4 Sat @ *North Texas
10/11 Sat vs. *Middle Tennessee State
10/18 Sat @ *Troy
11/1 Sat @ *Louisiana-Lafayette
11/8 Sat vs. *Arkansas State
11/22 Sat vs. *Louisiana-Monroe
11/29 Sat vs. *Florida Atlantic @ Miami, FL
12/6 Sat vs. *Western Kentucky


Florida State (ACC)
9/6 Sat vs. Western Carolina
9/13 Sat vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga
9/20 Sat vs. *Wake Forest
9/27 Sat vs. Colorado @ Jacksonville, FL
10/4 Sat @ *Miami (Florida)
10/16 Thu @ *North Carolina State
10/25 Sat vs. *Virginia Tech
11/1 Sat @ *Georgia Tech
11/8 Sat vs. *Clemson
11/15 Sat vs. *Boston College
11/22 Sat @ *Maryland
11/29 Sat vs. Florida


Fresno State (WAC)
9/1 Mon @ Rutgers
9/13 Sat vs. Wisconsin
9/20 Sat @ Toledo
9/27 Sat @ UCLA
10/4 Sat vs. *Hawaii
10/11 Sat vs. *Idaho
10/25 Sat @ *Utah State
11/1 Sat @ *Louisiana Tech
11/7 Fri vs. *Nevada
11/15 Sat vs. *New Mexico State
11/21 Fri @ *San Jose State
11/28 Fri @ *Boise State


Georgia (SEC)
8/30 Sat vs. Georgia Southern
9/6 Sat vs. Central Michigan
9/13 Sat @ *South Carolina
9/20 Sat @ Arizona State
9/27 Sat vs. *Alabama
10/11 Sat vs. *Tennessee
10/18 Sat vs. *Vanderbilt
10/25 Sat @ *Louisiana State
11/1 Sat vs. *Florida @ Jacksonville, FL
11/8 Sat @ *Kentucky
11/15 Sat @ *Auburn
11/29 Sat vs. Georgia Tech


Georgia Tech (ACC)
8/28 Thu vs. Jacksonville State
9/6 Sat @ *Boston College
9/13 Sat @ *Virginia Tech
9/20 Sat vs. Mississippi State
10/4 Sat vs. *Duke
10/11 Sat vs. Gardner-Webb
10/18 Sat @ *Clemson
10/25 Sat vs. *Virginia
11/1 Sat vs. *Florida State
11/8 Sat @ *North Carolina
11/20 Thu vs. *Miami (Florida)
11/29 Sat @ Georgia


Hawaii (WAC)
8/30 Sat @ Florida
9/6 Sat vs. Weber State
9/13 Sat @ Oregon State
9/27 Sat vs. *San Jose State
10/4 Sat @ *Fresno State
10/11 Sat vs. *Louisiana Tech
10/17 Fri @ *Boise State
10/25 Sat vs. *Nevada
11/1 Sat @ *Utah State
11/8 Sat @ *New Mexico State
11/22 Sat vs. *Idaho
11/29 Sat vs. Washington State
12/6 Sat vs. Cincinnati


Houston (CUSA)
8/30 Sat vs. Southern
9/6 Sat @ Oklahoma State
9/13 Sat vs. Air Force
9/20 Sat @ Colorado State
9/27 Sat @ *East Carolina
10/11 Sat vs. *Alabama-Birmingham
10/18 Sat @ *Southern Methodist
10/28 Tue @ *Marshall
11/8 Sat vs. *Tulane
11/15 Sat vs. *Tulsa
11/22 Sat vs. *Texas-El Paso
11/29 Sat @ *Rice


Idaho (WAC)
8/30 Sat @ Arizona
9/6 Sat vs. Idaho State
9/13 Sat vs. Western Michigan
9/20 Sat @ *Utah State
9/27 Sat @ San Diego State
10/4 Sat vs. *Nevada
10/11 Sat @ *Fresno State
10/18 Sat @ *Louisiana Tech
10/25 Sat vs. *New Mexico State
11/1 Sat vs. *San Jose State
11/15 Sat vs. *Boise State
11/22 Sat @ *Hawaii


Illinois (Big Ten)
8/30 Sat vs. Missouri @ St. Louis, MO
9/6 Sat vs. Eastern Illinois
9/13 Sat vs. Louisiana-Lafayette
9/27 Sat @ *Penn State
10/4 Sat @ *Michigan
10/11 Sat vs. *Minnesota
10/18 Sat vs. *Indiana
10/25 Sat @ *Wisconsin
11/1 Sat vs. *Iowa
11/8 Sat vs. Western Michigan @ Detroit, MI
11/15 Sat vs. *Ohio State
11/22 Sat @ *Northwestern


Indiana (Big Ten)
8/30 Sat vs. Western Kentucky
9/6 Sat vs. Murray State
9/20 Sat vs. Ball State
9/27 Sat vs. *Michigan State
10/4 Sat @ *Minnesota
10/11 Sat vs. *Iowa
10/18 Sat @ *Illinois
10/25 Sat vs. *Northwestern
11/1 Sat vs. Central Michigan
11/8 Sat vs. *Wisconsin
11/15 Sat @ *Penn State
11/22 Sat @ *Purdue


Iowa (Big Ten)
8/30 Sat vs. Maine
9/6 Sat vs. Florida International
9/13 Sat vs. Iowa State
9/20 Sat @ Pittsburgh
9/27 Sat vs. *Northwestern
10/4 Sat @ *Michigan State
10/11 Sat @ *Indiana
10/18 Sat vs. *Wisconsin
11/1 Sat @ *Illinois
11/8 Sat vs. *Penn State
11/15 Sat vs. *Purdue
11/22 Sat @ *Minnesota


Iowa State (Big 12)
8/30 Sat vs. South Dakota State
9/6 Sat vs. Kent
9/13 Sat @ Iowa
9/20 Sat @ Nevada-Las Vegas
10/4 Sat vs. *Kansas
10/11 Sat @ *Baylor
10/18 Sat vs. *Nebraska
10/25 Sat vs. *Texas A&M
11/1 Sat @ *Oklahoma State
11/8 Sat @ *Colorado
11/15 Sat vs. *Missouri
11/22 Sat @ *Kansas State


Kansas (Big 12)
8/30 Sat vs. Florida International
9/6 Sat vs. Louisiana Tech
9/13 Sat @ South Florida
9/20 Sat vs. Sam Houston State
10/4 Sat @ *Iowa State
10/11 Sat vs. *Colorado
10/18 Sat @ *Oklahoma
10/25 Sat vs. *Texas Tech
11/1 Sat vs. *Kansas State
11/8 Sat @ *Nebraska
11/15 Sat vs. *Texas
11/29 Sat vs. *Missouri @ Kansas City, MO


Kansas State (Big 12)
8/30 Sat vs. North Texas
9/6 Sat vs. Montana State
9/17 Wed @ Louisville
9/27 Sat vs. Louisiana-Lafayette
10/4 Sat vs. *Texas Tech
10/11 Sat @ *Texas A&M
10/18 Sat @ *Colorado
10/25 Sat vs. *Oklahoma
11/1 Sat @ *Kansas
11/8 Sat @ *Missouri
11/15 Sat vs. *Nebraska
11/22 Sat vs. *Iowa State


Kent (MAC)
8/30 Sat vs. Boston College @ Cleveland, OH
9/6 Sat @ Iowa State
9/13 Sat vs. Delaware State
9/20 Sat @ Louisiana-Lafayette
9/27 Sat @ *Ball State
10/4 Sat vs. *Akron
10/11 Sat vs. *Ohio
10/25 Sat @ *Miami (Ohio)
11/1 Sat @ *Bowling Green State
11/12 Wed vs. *Temple
11/18 Tue vs. *Northern Illinois
11/28 Fri @ *Buffalo


Kentucky (SEC)
8/30 Sat @ Louisville
9/6 Sat vs. Norfolk State
9/13 Sat vs. Middle Tennessee State
9/27 Sat vs. Western Kentucky
10/4 Sat @ *Alabama
10/11 Sat vs. *South Carolina
10/18 Sat vs. *Arkansas
10/25 Sat @ *Florida
11/1 Sat @ *Mississippi State
11/8 Sat vs. *Georgia
11/15 Sat vs. *Vanderbilt
11/29 Sat @ *Tennessee


Louisiana State (SEC)
8/30 Sat vs. Appalachian State
9/6 Sat vs. Troy
9/13 Sat vs. North Texas
9/20 Sat @ *Auburn
9/27 Sat vs. *Mississippi State
10/11 Sat @ *Florida
10/18 Sat @ *South Carolina
10/25 Sat vs. *Georgia
11/1 Sat vs. Tulane
11/8 Sat vs. *Alabama
11/22 Sat vs. *Mississippi
11/29 Sat vs. *Arkansas @ Little Rock, AR


Louisiana Tech (WAC)
8/30 Sat vs. Mississippi State
9/6 Sat @ Kansas
9/20 Sat vs. Southeastern Louisiana
10/1 Wed @ *Boise State
10/11 Sat @ *Hawaii
10/18 Sat vs. *Idaho
10/25 Sat @ Army
11/1 Sat vs. *Fresno State
11/8 Sat @ *San Jose State
11/15 Sat vs. *Utah State
11/22 Sat @ *New Mexico State
11/29 Sat vs. *Nevada


Louisiana-Lafayette (Sun Belt)
8/30 Sat @ Southern Mississippi
9/13 Sat @ Illinois
9/20 Sat vs. Kent
9/27 Sat @ Kansas State
10/4 Sat @ *Louisiana-Monroe
10/11 Sat @ *North Texas
10/18 Sat vs. *Arkansas State
11/1 Sat vs. *Florida International
11/8 Sat vs. Texas-El Paso
11/15 Sat @ *Florida Atlantic
11/22 Sat @ *Troy
12/3 Wed vs. *Middle Tennessee State


Louisiana-Monroe (Sun Belt)
8/30 Sat @ Auburn
9/6 Sat vs. Arkansas @ Little Rock, AR
9/13 Sat vs. Alabama A&M
9/20 Sat @ Tulane
10/4 Sat vs. *Louisiana-Lafayette
10/11 Sat @ *Arkansas State
10/18 Sat vs. *North Texas
10/25 Sat vs. *Florida Atlantic
11/1 Sat vs. *Troy
11/8 Sat @ *Middle Tennessee State
11/15 Sat @ Mississippi
11/22 Sat @ *Florida International


Louisville (Big East)
8/30 Sat vs. Kentucky
9/6 Sat vs. Tennessee Tech
9/17 Wed vs. Kansas State
9/27 Sat vs. *Connecticut
10/10 Fri @ Memphis
10/18 Sat vs. Middle Tennessee State
10/25 Sat vs. *South Florida
11/1 Sat @ *Syracuse
11/8 Sat @ *Pittsburgh
11/14 Fri vs. *Cincinnati
11/22 Sat vs. *West Virginia
12/4 Thu @ *Rutgers


Marshall (CUSA)
8/30 Sat vs. Illinois State
9/6 Sat @ Wisconsin
9/13 Sat vs. *Memphis
9/20 Sat @ *Southern Mississippi
9/27 Sat @ West Virginia
10/3 Fri vs. Cincinnati
10/18 Sat @ *Alabama-Birmingham
10/28 Tue vs. *Houston
11/8 Sat @ *East Carolina
11/15 Sat vs. *Central Florida
11/22 Sat @ *Rice
11/29 Sat vs. *Tulsa


Maryland (ACC)
8/30 Sat vs. Delaware
9/6 Sat @ Middle Tennessee State
9/13 Sat vs. California
9/20 Sat vs. Eastern Michigan
9/27 Sat @ *Clemson
10/4 Sat @ *Virginia
10/18 Sat vs. *Wake Forest
10/25 Sat vs. *North Carolina State
11/6 Thu @ *Virginia Tech
11/15 Sat vs. *North Carolina
11/22 Sat vs. *Florida State
11/29 Sat @ *Boston College


Memphis (CUSA)
8/30 Sat @ Mississippi
9/6 Sat vs. *Rice
9/13 Sat @ *Marshall
9/20 Sat vs. Nicholls State
9/27 Sat vs. Arkansas State
10/2 Thu @ *Alabama-Birmingham
10/10 Fri vs. Louisville
10/18 Sat @ *East Carolina
10/25 Sat vs. *Southern Mississippi
11/8 Sat @ *Southern Methodist
11/22 Sat vs. *Central Florida
11/29 Sat vs. *Tulane


Miami (Florida) (ACC)
8/28 Thu vs. Charleston Southern
9/6 Sat @ Florida
9/20 Sat @ Texas A&M
9/27 Sat vs. *North Carolina
10/4 Sat vs. *Florida State
10/11 Sat vs. Central Florida
10/18 Sat @ *Duke
10/25 Sat vs. *Wake Forest
11/1 Sat @ *Virginia
11/13 Thu vs. *Virginia Tech
11/20 Thu @ *Georgia Tech
11/29 Sat @ *North Carolina State


Miami (Ohio) (MAC)
8/28 Thu vs. Vanderbilt
9/6 Sat @ Michigan
9/13 Sat vs. Charleston Southern
9/20 Sat @ Cincinnati
10/4 Sat vs. *Temple
10/11 Sat @ *Northern Illinois
10/18 Sat @ *Bowling Green State
10/25 Sat vs. *Kent
11/4 Tue @ *Buffalo
11/11 Tue vs. *Ball State
11/21 Fri @ *Toledo
11/28 Fri vs. *Ohio


Michigan (Big Ten)
8/30 Sat vs. Utah
9/6 Sat vs. Miami (Ohio)
9/13 Sat @ Notre Dame
9/27 Sat vs. *Wisconsin
10/4 Sat vs. *Illinois
10/11 Sat vs. Toledo
10/18 Sat @ *Penn State
10/25 Sat vs. *Michigan State
11/1 Sat @ *Purdue
11/8 Sat @ *Minnesota
11/15 Sat vs. *Northwestern
11/22 Sat @ *Ohio State


Michigan State (Big Ten)
8/30 Sat @ California
9/6 Sat vs. Eastern Michigan
9/13 Sat vs. Florida Atlantic
9/20 Sat vs. Notre Dame
9/27 Sat @ *Indiana
10/4 Sat vs. *Iowa
10/11 Sat @ *Northwestern
10/18 Sat vs. *Ohio State
10/25 Sat @ *Michigan
11/1 Sat vs. *Wisconsin
11/8 Sat vs. *Purdue
11/22 Sat @ *Penn State


Middle Tennessee State (Sun Belt)
8/30 Sat vs. *Troy
9/6 Sat vs. Maryland
9/13 Sat @ Kentucky
9/20 Sat @ *Arkansas State
9/30 Tue vs. *Florida Atlantic
10/11 Sat @ *Florida International
10/18 Sat @ Louisville
10/25 Sat @ Mississippi State
11/8 Sat vs. *Louisiana-Monroe
11/15 Sat @ *Western Kentucky
11/22 Sat vs. *North Texas
12/3 Wed @ *Louisiana-Lafayette


Minnesota (Big Ten)
8/30 Sat vs. Northern Illinois
9/6 Sat @ Bowling Green State
9/13 Sat vs. Montana State
9/20 Sat vs. Florida Atlantic
9/27 Sat @ *Ohio State
10/4 Sat vs. *Indiana
10/11 Sat @ *Illinois
10/25 Sat @ *Purdue
11/1 Sat vs. *Northwestern
11/8 Sat vs. *Michigan
11/15 Sat @ *Wisconsin
11/22 Sat vs. *Iowa


Mississippi (SEC)
8/30 Sat vs. Memphis
9/6 Sat @ Wake Forest
9/13 Sat vs. Samford
9/20 Sat vs. *Vanderbilt
9/27 Sat @ *Florida
10/4 Sat vs. *South Carolina
10/18 Sat @ *Alabama
10/25 Sat @ *Arkansas
11/1 Sat vs. *Auburn
11/15 Sat vs. Louisiana-Monroe
11/22 Sat @ *Louisiana State
11/28 Fri vs. *Mississippi State


Mississippi State (SEC)
8/30 Sat @ Louisiana Tech
9/6 Sat vs. Southeastern Louisiana
9/13 Sat vs. *Auburn
9/20 Sat @ Georgia Tech
9/27 Sat @ *Louisiana State
10/11 Sat vs. *Vanderbilt
10/18 Sat @ *Tennessee
10/25 Sat vs. Middle Tennessee State
11/1 Sat vs. *Kentucky
11/15 Sat @ *Alabama
11/22 Sat vs. *Arkansas
11/28 Fri @ *Mississippi


Missouri (Big 12)
8/30 Sat vs. Illinois @ St. Louis, MO
9/6 Sat vs. Southeast Missouri State
9/13 Sat vs. Nevada
9/20 Sat vs. Buffalo
10/4 Sat @ *Nebraska
10/11 Sat vs. *Oklahoma State
10/18 Sat @ *Texas
10/25 Sat vs. *Colorado
11/1 Sat @ *Baylor
11/8 Sat vs. *Kansas State
11/15 Sat @ *Iowa State
11/29 Sat vs. *Kansas @ Kansas City, MO


Navy (Independent)
8/30 Sat vs. Towson
9/5 Fri @ Ball State
9/13 Sat @ Duke
9/20 Sat vs. Rutgers
9/27 Sat @ Wake Forest
10/4 Sat @ Air Force
10/18 Sat vs. Pittsburgh
10/25 Sat vs. Southern Methodist
11/1 Sat vs. Temple
11/15 Sat vs. Notre Dame @ Baltimore, MD
11/25 Tue @ Northern Illinois
12/6 Sat vs. Army @ Philadelphia, PA


Nebraska (Big 12)
8/30 Sat vs. Western Michigan
9/6 Sat vs. San Jose State
9/13 Sat vs. New Mexico State
9/27 Sat vs. Virginia Tech
10/4 Sat vs. *Missouri
10/11 Sat @ *Texas Tech
10/18 Sat @ *Iowa State
10/25 Sat vs. *Baylor
11/1 Sat @ *Oklahoma
11/8 Sat vs. *Kansas
11/15 Sat @ *Kansas State
11/28 Fri vs. *Colorado


Nevada (WAC)
8/30 Sat vs. Grambling State
9/6 Sat vs. Texas Tech
9/13 Sat @ Missouri
9/27 Sat @ Nevada-Las Vegas
10/4 Sat @ *Idaho
10/11 Sat vs. *New Mexico State
10/18 Sat vs. *Utah State
10/25 Sat @ *Hawaii
11/7 Fri @ *Fresno State
11/15 Sat vs. *San Jose State
11/22 Sat vs. *Boise State
11/29 Sat @ *Louisiana Tech


Nevada-Las Vegas (MWC)
8/30 Sat vs. Utah State
9/6 Sat @ *Utah
9/13 Sat @ Arizona State
9/20 Sat vs. Iowa State
9/27 Sat vs. Nevada
10/4 Sat @ *Colorado State
10/18 Sat vs. *Air Force
10/25 Sat @ *Brigham Young
11/1 Sat vs. *Texas Christian
11/8 Sat vs. *New Mexico
11/15 Sat vs. *Wyoming
11/22 Sat @ *San Diego State


New Mexico (MWC)
8/30 Sat vs. *Texas Christian
9/6 Sat vs. Texas A&M
9/13 Sat vs. Arizona
9/20 Sat @ Tulsa
9/27 Sat @ New Mexico State
10/4 Sat vs. *Wyoming
10/11 Sat @ *Brigham Young
10/18 Sat vs. *San Diego State
10/23 Thu @ *Air Force
11/1 Sat vs. *Utah
11/8 Sat @ *Nevada-Las Vegas
11/15 Sat @ *Colorado State


New Mexico State (WAC)
9/6 Sat vs. Nicholls State
9/13 Sat @ Nebraska
9/20 Sat @ Texas-El Paso
9/27 Sat vs. New Mexico
10/11 Sat @ *Nevada
10/18 Sat vs. *San Jose State
10/25 Sat @ *Idaho
11/1 Sat vs. *Boise State
11/8 Sat vs. *Hawaii
11/15 Sat @ *Fresno State
11/22 Sat vs. *Louisiana Tech
11/29 Sat @ *Utah State


North Carolina (ACC)
8/30 Sat vs. McNeese State
9/11 Thu @ Rutgers
9/20 Sat vs. *Virginia Tech
9/27 Sat @ *Miami (Florida)
10/4 Sat vs. Connecticut
10/11 Sat vs. Notre Dame
10/18 Sat @ *Virginia
10/25 Sat vs. *Boston College
11/8 Sat vs. *Georgia Tech
11/15 Sat @ *Maryland
11/22 Sat vs. *North Carolina State
11/29 Sat @ *Duke


North Carolina State (ACC)
8/28 Thu @ South Carolina
9/6 Sat vs. William & Mary
9/13 Sat @ *Clemson
9/20 Sat vs. East Carolina
9/27 Sat vs. South Florida
10/4 Sat vs. *Boston College
10/16 Thu vs. *Florida State
10/25 Sat @ *Maryland
11/8 Sat @ *Duke
11/15 Sat vs. *Wake Forest
11/22 Sat @ *North Carolina
11/29 Sat vs. *Miami (Florida)


North Texas (Sun Belt)
8/30 Sat @ Kansas State
9/6 Sat vs. Tulsa
9/13 Sat @ Louisiana State
9/27 Sat @ Rice
10/4 Sat vs. *Florida International
10/11 Sat vs. *Louisiana-Lafayette
10/18 Sat @ *Louisiana-Monroe
10/25 Sat vs. *Troy
11/1 Sat @ *Western Kentucky
11/8 Sat @ *Florida Atlantic
11/22 Sat @ *Middle Tennessee State
11/29 Sat vs. *Arkansas State


Northern Illinois (MAC)
8/30 Sat @ Minnesota
9/6 Sat @ *Western Michigan
9/20 Sat vs. Indiana State
9/27 Sat @ *Eastern Michigan
10/4 Sat @ Tennessee
10/11 Sat vs. *Miami (Ohio)
10/18 Sat vs. *Toledo
10/25 Sat vs. *Bowling Green State
11/5 Wed @ *Ball State
11/12 Wed vs. *Central Michigan
11/18 Tue @ *Kent
11/25 Tue vs. Navy


Northwestern (Big Ten)
8/30 Sat vs. Syracuse
9/6 Sat @ Duke
9/13 Sat vs. Southern Illinois
9/20 Sat vs. Ohio
9/27 Sat @ *Iowa
10/11 Sat vs. *Michigan State
10/18 Sat vs. *Purdue
10/25 Sat @ *Indiana
11/1 Sat @ *Minnesota
11/8 Sat vs. *Ohio State
11/15 Sat @ *Michigan
11/22 Sat vs. *Illinois


Notre Dame (Independent)
9/6 Sat vs. San Diego State
9/13 Sat vs. Michigan
9/20 Sat @ Michigan State
9/27 Sat vs. Purdue
10/4 Sat vs. Stanford
10/11 Sat @ North Carolina
10/25 Sat @ Washington
11/1 Sat vs. Pittsburgh
11/8 Sat @ Boston College
11/15 Sat vs. Navy @ Baltimore, MD
11/22 Sat vs. Syracuse
11/29 Sat @ Southern California


Ohio (MAC)
8/30 Sat @ Wyoming
9/6 Sat @ Ohio State
9/13 Sat vs. *Central Michigan
9/20 Sat @ Northwestern
9/27 Sat vs. Virginia Military
10/4 Sat @ *Western Michigan
10/11 Sat @ *Kent
10/21 Tue @ *Temple
10/28 Tue vs. *Buffalo
11/8 Sat vs. *Bowling Green State
11/22 Sat vs. *Akron
11/28 Fri @ *Miami (Ohio)


Ohio State (Big Ten)
8/30 Sat vs. Youngstown State
9/6 Sat vs. Ohio
9/13 Sat @ Southern California
9/20 Sat vs. Troy
9/27 Sat vs. *Minnesota
10/4 Sat @ *Wisconsin
10/11 Sat vs. *Purdue
10/18 Sat @ *Michigan State
10/25 Sat vs. *Penn State
11/8 Sat @ *Northwestern
11/15 Sat @ *Illinois
11/22 Sat vs. *Michigan


Oklahoma (Big 12)
8/30 Sat vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga
9/6 Sat vs. Cincinnati
9/13 Sat @ Washington
9/27 Sat vs. Texas Christian
10/4 Sat @ *Baylor
10/11 Sat vs. *Texas @ Dallas, TX
10/18 Sat vs. *Kansas
10/25 Sat @ *Kansas State
11/1 Sat vs. *Nebraska
11/8 Sat @ *Texas A&M
11/22 Sat vs. *Texas Tech
11/29 Sat @ *Oklahoma State


Oklahoma State (Big 12)
8/30 Sat vs. Washington State @ Seattle, WA
9/6 Sat vs. Houston
9/13 Sat vs. Missouri State
9/27 Sat vs. Troy
10/4 Sat vs. *Texas A&M
10/11 Sat @ *Missouri
10/18 Sat vs. *Baylor
10/25 Sat @ *Texas
11/1 Sat vs. *Iowa State
11/8 Sat @ *Texas Tech
11/15 Sat @ *Colorado
11/29 Sat vs. *Oklahoma


Oregon (Pac 10)
8/30 Sat vs. *Washington
9/6 Sat vs. Utah State
9/13 Sat @ Purdue
9/20 Sat vs. Boise State
9/27 Sat @ *Washington State
10/4 Sat @ *Southern California
10/11 Sat vs. *UCLA
10/18 Sat @ *Arizona State
11/1 Sat @ *California
11/8 Sat vs. *Stanford
11/15 Sat vs. *Arizona
11/29 Sat @ *Oregon State


Oregon State (Pac 10)
8/30 Sat @ *Stanford
9/6 Sat @ Penn State
9/13 Sat vs. Hawaii
9/25 Thu vs. *Southern California
10/2 Thu @ Utah
10/11 Sat vs. *Washington State
10/18 Sat @ *Washington
10/25 Sat vs. *Arizona State
11/8 Sat @ *UCLA
11/15 Sat vs. *California
11/22 Sat @ *Arizona
11/29 Sat vs. *Oregon


Penn State (Big Ten)
8/30 Sat vs. Coastal Carolina
9/6 Sat vs. Oregon State
9/13 Sat @ Syracuse
9/20 Sat vs. Temple
9/27 Sat vs. *Illinois
10/4 Sat @ *Purdue
10/11 Sat @ *Wisconsin
10/18 Sat vs. *Michigan
10/25 Sat @ *Ohio State
11/8 Sat @ *Iowa
11/15 Sat vs. *Indiana
11/22 Sat vs. *Michigan State


Pittsburgh (Big East)
8/30 Sat vs. Bowling Green State
9/6 Sat vs. Buffalo
9/20 Sat vs. Iowa
9/27 Sat @ *Syracuse
10/2 Thu @ *South Florida
10/18 Sat @ Navy
10/25 Sat vs. *Rutgers
11/1 Sat @ Notre Dame
11/8 Sat vs. *Louisville
11/22 Sat @ *Cincinnati
11/28 Fri vs. *West Virginia
12/6 Sat @ *Connecticut


Purdue (Big Ten)
9/6 Sat vs. Northern Colorado
9/13 Sat vs. Oregon
9/20 Sat vs. Central Michigan
9/27 Sat @ Notre Dame
10/4 Sat vs. *Penn State
10/11 Sat @ *Ohio State
10/18 Sat @ *Northwestern
10/25 Sat vs. *Minnesota
11/1 Sat vs. *Michigan
11/8 Sat @ *Michigan State
11/15 Sat @ *Iowa
11/22 Sat vs. *Indiana


Rice (CUSA)
8/29 Fri vs. *Southern Methodist
9/6 Sat @ *Memphis
9/13 Sat @ Vanderbilt
9/20 Sat @ Texas
9/27 Sat vs. North Texas
10/4 Sat @ *Tulsa
10/18 Sat vs. *Southern Mississippi
10/25 Sat @ *Tulane
11/1 Sat @ *Texas-El Paso
11/8 Sat vs. Army
11/22 Sat vs. *Marshall
11/29 Sat vs. *Houston


Rutgers (Big East)
9/1 Mon vs. Fresno State
9/11 Thu vs. North Carolina
9/20 Sat @ Navy
9/27 Sat vs. Morgan State
10/4 Sat @ *West Virginia
10/11 Sat @ *Cincinnati
10/18 Sat vs. *Connecticut
10/25 Sat @ *Pittsburgh
11/8 Sat vs. *Syracuse
11/15 Sat @ *South Florida
11/22 Sat vs. Army
12/4 Thu vs. *Louisville


San Diego State (MWC)
8/30 Sat vs. Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo
9/6 Sat @ Notre Dame
9/13 Sat @ San Jose State
9/27 Sat vs. Idaho
10/4 Sat @ *Texas Christian
10/11 Sat vs. *Air Force
10/18 Sat @ *New Mexico
10/25 Sat vs. *Colorado State
11/1 Sat @ *Wyoming
11/8 Sat @ *Brigham Young
11/15 Sat vs. *Utah
11/22 Sat vs. *Nevada-Las Vegas


San Jose State (WAC)
8/30 Sat vs. California-Davis
9/6 Sat @ Nebraska
9/13 Sat vs. San Diego State
9/20 Sat @ Stanford
9/27 Sat @ *Hawaii
10/11 Sat vs. *Utah State
10/18 Sat @ *New Mexico State
10/24 Fri vs. *Boise State
11/1 Sat @ *Idaho
11/8 Sat vs. *Louisiana Tech
11/15 Sat @ *Nevada
11/21 Fri vs. *Fresno State


South Carolina (SEC)
8/28 Thu vs. North Carolina State
9/4 Thu @ *Vanderbilt
9/13 Sat vs. *Georgia
9/20 Sat vs. Wofford
9/27 Sat vs. Alabama-Birmingham
10/4 Sat @ *Mississippi
10/11 Sat @ *Kentucky
10/18 Sat vs. *Louisiana State
11/1 Sat vs. *Tennessee
11/8 Sat vs. *Arkansas
11/15 Sat @ *Florida
11/29 Sat @ Clemson


South Florida (Big East)
8/30 Sat vs. Tennessee-Martin
9/5 Fri @ Central Florida
9/13 Sat vs. Kansas
9/20 Sat @ Florida International
9/27 Sat @ North Carolina State
10/2 Thu vs. *Pittsburgh
10/18 Sat vs. *Syracuse
10/25 Sat @ *Louisville
10/30 Thu @ *Cincinnati
11/15 Sat vs. *Rutgers
11/22 Sat vs. *Connecticut
12/6 Sat @ *West Virginia


Southern California (Pac 10)
8/30 Sat @ Virginia
9/13 Sat vs. Ohio State
9/25 Thu @ *Oregon State
10/4 Sat vs. *Oregon
10/11 Sat vs. *Arizona State
10/18 Sat @ *Washington State
10/25 Sat @ *Arizona
11/1 Sat vs. *Washington
11/8 Sat vs. *California
11/15 Sat @ *Stanford
11/29 Sat vs. Notre Dame
12/6 Sat @ *UCLA


Southern Methodist (CUSA)
8/29 Fri @ *Rice
9/6 Sat vs. Texas State
9/13 Sat @ Texas Tech
9/20 Sat vs. Texas Christian
9/27 Sat @ *Tulane
10/4 Sat @ *Central Florida
10/11 Sat vs. *Tulsa
10/18 Sat vs. *Houston
10/25 Sat @ Navy
11/8 Sat vs. *Memphis
11/15 Sat @ *Texas-El Paso
11/29 Sat vs. *Southern Mississippi


Southern Mississippi (CUSA)
8/30 Sat vs. Louisiana-Lafayette
9/6 Sat @ Auburn
9/13 Sat @ Arkansas State
9/20 Sat vs. *Marshall
10/4 Sat vs. *Texas-El Paso
10/11 Sat vs. Boise State
10/18 Sat @ *Rice
10/25 Sat @ *Memphis
11/1 Sat vs. *Alabama-Birmingham
11/8 Sat @ *Central Florida
11/15 Sat vs. *East Carolina
11/29 Sat @ *Southern Methodist


Stanford (Pac 10)
8/30 Sat vs. *Oregon State
9/6 Sat @ *Arizona State
9/13 Sat @ Texas Christian
9/20 Sat vs. San Jose State
9/27 Sat @ *Washington
10/4 Sat @ Notre Dame
10/11 Sat vs. *Arizona
10/18 Sat @ *UCLA
11/1 Sat vs. *Washington State
11/8 Sat @ *Oregon
11/15 Sat vs. *Southern California
11/22 Sat @ *California


Syracuse (Big East)
8/30 Sat @ Northwestern
9/6 Sat vs. Akron
9/13 Sat vs. Penn State
9/20 Sat vs. Northeastern
9/27 Sat vs. *Pittsburgh
10/11 Sat @ *West Virginia
10/18 Sat @ *South Florida
11/1 Sat vs. *Louisville
11/8 Sat @ *Rutgers
11/15 Sat vs. *Connecticut
11/22 Sat @ Notre Dame
11/29 Sat @ *Cincinnati


Temple (MAC)
8/29 Fri @ Army
9/6 Sat vs. Connecticut
9/13 Sat @ *Buffalo
9/20 Sat @ Penn State
9/27 Sat vs. *Western Michigan
10/4 Sat @ *Miami (Ohio)
10/11 Sat @ *Central Michigan
10/21 Tue vs. *Ohio
11/1 Sat @ Navy
11/12 Wed @ *Kent
11/22 Sat vs. *Eastern Michigan
11/28 Fri vs. *Akron


Tennessee (SEC)
9/1 Mon @ UCLA
9/13 Sat vs. Alabama-Birmingham
9/20 Sat vs. *Florida
9/27 Sat @ *Auburn
10/4 Sat vs. Northern Illinois
10/11 Sat @ *Georgia
10/18 Sat vs. *Mississippi State
10/25 Sat vs. *Alabama
11/1 Sat @ *South Carolina
11/8 Sat vs. Wyoming
11/22 Sat @ *Vanderbilt
11/29 Sat vs. *Kentucky


Texas (Big 12)
8/30 Sat vs. Florida Atlantic
9/6 Sat @ Texas-El Paso
9/13 Sat vs. Arkansas
9/20 Sat vs. Rice
10/4 Sat @ *Colorado
10/11 Sat vs. *Oklahoma @ Dallas, TX
10/18 Sat vs. *Missouri
10/25 Sat vs. *Oklahoma State
11/1 Sat @ *Texas Tech
11/8 Sat vs. *Baylor
11/15 Sat @ *Kansas
11/28 Fri vs. *Texas A&M


Texas A&M (Big 12)
8/30 Sat vs. Arkansas State
9/6 Sat @ New Mexico
9/20 Sat vs. Miami (Florida)
9/27 Sat vs. Army
10/4 Sat @ *Oklahoma State
10/11 Sat vs. *Kansas State
10/18 Sat vs. *Texas Tech
10/25 Sat @ *Iowa State
11/1 Sat vs. *Colorado
11/8 Sat vs. *Oklahoma
11/15 Sat @ *Baylor
11/28 Fri @ *Texas


Texas Christian (MWC)
8/30 Sat @ *New Mexico
9/6 Sat vs. Stephen F. Austin
9/13 Sat vs. Stanford
9/20 Sat @ Southern Methodist
9/27 Sat @ Oklahoma
10/4 Sat vs. *San Diego State
10/11 Sat @ *Colorado State
10/16 Thu vs. *Brigham Young
10/25 Sat vs. *Wyoming
11/1 Sat @ *Nevada-Las Vegas
11/6 Thu @ *Utah
11/22 Sat vs. *Air Force


Texas Tech (Big 12)
8/30 Sat vs. Eastern Washington
9/6 Sat @ Nevada
9/13 Sat vs. Southern Methodist
9/20 Sat vs. Massachusetts
10/4 Sat @ *Kansas State
10/11 Sat vs. *Nebraska
10/18 Sat @ *Texas A&M
10/25 Sat @ *Kansas
11/1 Sat vs. *Texas
11/8 Sat vs. *Oklahoma State
11/22 Sat @ *Oklahoma
11/29 Sat vs. *Baylor


Texas-El Paso (CUSA)
8/28 Thu @ Buffalo
9/6 Sat vs. Texas
9/20 Sat vs. New Mexico State
9/27 Sat vs. *Central Florida
10/4 Sat @ *Southern Mississippi
10/11 Sat vs. *Tulane
10/18 Sat @ *Tulsa
11/1 Sat vs. *Rice
11/8 Sat @ Louisiana-Lafayette
11/15 Sat vs. *Southern Methodist
11/22 Sat @ *Houston
11/29 Sat @ *East Carolina


Toledo (MAC)
9/6 Sat @ Arizona
9/13 Sat @ *Eastern Michigan
9/20 Sat vs. Fresno State
9/27 Sat vs. Florida International
10/4 Sat vs. *Ball State
10/11 Sat @ Michigan
10/18 Sat @ *Northern Illinois
10/25 Sat vs. *Central Michigan
11/5 Wed @ *Akron
11/15 Sat @ *Western Michigan
11/21 Fri vs. *Miami (Ohio)
11/28 Fri vs. *Bowling Green State


Troy (Sun Belt)
8/30 Sat @ *Middle Tennessee State
9/6 Sat @ Louisiana State
9/13 Sat vs. Alcorn State
9/20 Sat @ Ohio State
9/27 Sat @ Oklahoma State
10/7 Tue @ *Florida Atlantic
10/18 Sat vs. *Florida International
10/25 Sat @ *North Texas
11/1 Sat @ *Louisiana-Monroe
11/8 Sat vs. *Western Kentucky
11/22 Sat vs. *Louisiana-Lafayette
12/6 Sat vs. *Arkansas State


Tulane (CUSA)
9/6 Sat @ Alabama
9/13 Sat vs. *East Carolina
9/20 Sat vs. Louisiana-Monroe
9/27 Sat vs. *Southern Methodist
10/4 Sat vs. Army
10/11 Sat @ *Texas-El Paso
10/25 Sat vs. *Rice
11/1 Sat @ Louisiana State
11/8 Sat @ *Houston
11/15 Sat vs. *Alabama-Birmingham
11/22 Sat @ *Tulsa
11/29 Sat @ *Memphis


Tulsa (CUSA)
8/30 Sat @ *Alabama-Birmingham
9/6 Sat @ North Texas
9/20 Sat vs. New Mexico
9/27 Sat vs. Central Arkansas
10/4 Sat vs. *Rice
10/11 Sat @ *Southern Methodist
10/18 Sat vs. *Texas-El Paso
10/26 Sun vs. *Central Florida
11/1 Sat @ Arkansas
11/15 Sat @ *Houston
11/22 Sat vs. *Tulane
11/29 Sat @ *Marshall


UCLA (Pac 10)
9/1 Mon vs. Tennessee
9/13 Sat @ Brigham Young
9/20 Sat vs. *Arizona
9/27 Sat vs. Fresno State
10/4 Sat vs. *Washington State
10/11 Sat @ *Oregon
10/18 Sat vs. *Stanford
10/25 Sat @ *California
11/8 Sat vs. *Oregon State
11/15 Sat @ *Washington
11/28 Fri @ *Arizona State
12/6 Sat vs. *Southern California


Utah (MWC)
8/30 Sat @ Michigan
9/6 Sat vs. *Nevada-Las Vegas
9/13 Sat @ Utah State
9/20 Sat @ *Air Force
9/27 Sat vs. Weber State
10/2 Thu vs. Oregon State
10/11 Sat @ *Wyoming
10/18 Sat vs. *Colorado State
11/1 Sat @ *New Mexico
11/6 Thu vs. *Texas Christian
11/15 Sat @ *San Diego State
11/22 Sat vs. *Brigham Young


Utah State (WAC)
8/30 Sat @ Nevada-Las Vegas
9/6 Sat @ Oregon
9/13 Sat vs. Utah
9/20 Sat vs. *Idaho
10/3 Fri vs. Brigham Young
10/11 Sat @ *San Jose State
10/18 Sat @ *Nevada
10/25 Sat vs. *Fresno State
11/1 Sat vs. *Hawaii
11/8 Sat @ *Boise State
11/15 Sat @ *Louisiana Tech
11/29 Sat vs. *New Mexico State


Vanderbilt (SEC)
8/28 Thu @ Miami (Ohio)
9/4 Thu vs. *South Carolina
9/13 Sat vs. Rice
9/20 Sat @ *Mississippi
10/4 Sat vs. *Auburn
10/11 Sat @ *Mississippi State
10/18 Sat @ *Georgia
10/25 Sat vs. Duke
11/8 Sat vs. *Florida
11/15 Sat @ *Kentucky
11/22 Sat vs. *Tennessee
11/29 Sat @ Wake Forest


Virginia (ACC)
8/30 Sat vs. Southern California
9/6 Sat vs. Richmond
9/13 Sat @ Connecticut
9/27 Sat @ *Duke
10/4 Sat vs. *Maryland
10/11 Sat vs. East Carolina
10/18 Sat vs. *North Carolina
10/25 Sat @ *Georgia Tech
11/1 Sat vs. *Miami (Florida)
11/8 Sat @ *Wake Forest
11/22 Sat vs. *Clemson
11/29 Sat @ *Virginia Tech


Virginia Tech (ACC)
8/30 Sat vs. East Carolina @ Charlotte, NC
9/6 Sat vs. Furman
9/13 Sat vs. *Georgia Tech
9/20 Sat @ *North Carolina
9/27 Sat @ Nebraska
10/4 Sat vs. Western Kentucky
10/18 Sat @ *Boston College
10/25 Sat @ *Florida State
11/6 Thu vs. *Maryland
11/13 Thu @ *Miami (Florida)
11/22 Sat vs. *Duke
11/29 Sat vs. *Virginia


Wake Forest (ACC)
8/30 Sat @ Baylor
9/6 Sat vs. Mississippi
9/20 Sat @ *Florida State
9/27 Sat vs. Navy
10/9 Thu vs. *Clemson
10/18 Sat @ *Maryland
10/25 Sat @ *Miami (Florida)
11/1 Sat vs. *Duke
11/8 Sat vs. *Virginia
11/15 Sat @ *North Carolina State
11/22 Sat vs. *Boston College
11/29 Sat vs. Vanderbilt


Washington (Pac 10)
8/30 Sat @ *Oregon
9/6 Sat vs. Brigham Young
9/13 Sat vs. Oklahoma
9/27 Sat vs. *Stanford
10/4 Sat @ *Arizona
10/18 Sat vs. *Oregon State
10/25 Sat vs. Notre Dame
11/1 Sat @ *Southern California
11/8 Sat vs. *Arizona State
11/15 Sat vs. *UCLA
11/22 Sat @ *Washington State
12/6 Sat @ *California


Washington State (Pac 10)
8/30 Sat vs. Oklahoma State @ Seattle, WA
9/6 Sat vs. *California
9/13 Sat @ Baylor
9/20 Sat vs. Portland State
9/27 Sat vs. *Oregon
10/4 Sat @ *UCLA
10/11 Sat @ *Oregon State
10/18 Sat vs. *Southern California
11/1 Sat @ *Stanford
11/8 Sat vs. *Arizona
11/15 Sat @ *Arizona State
11/22 Sat vs. *Washington
11/29 Sat @ Hawaii


West Virginia (Big East)
8/30 Sat vs. Villanova
9/6 Sat @ East Carolina
9/18 Thu @ Colorado
9/27 Sat vs. Marshall
10/4 Sat vs. *Rutgers
10/11 Sat vs. *Syracuse
10/23 Thu vs. Auburn
11/1 Sat @ *Connecticut
11/8 Sat vs. *Cincinnati
11/22 Sat @ *Louisville
11/28 Fri @ *Pittsburgh
12/6 Sat vs. *South Florida


Western Kentucky (Sun Belt)
8/30 Sat @ Indiana
9/6 Sat @ Eastern Kentucky
9/13 Sat @ Alabama
9/20 Sat vs. Murray State
9/27 Sat @ Kentucky
10/4 Sat @ Virginia Tech
10/11 Sat vs. Ball State
10/18 Sat vs. *Florida Atlantic
11/1 Sat vs. *North Texas
11/8 Sat @ *Troy
11/15 Sat vs. *Middle Tennessee State
12/6 Sat @ *Florida International


Western Michigan (MAC)
8/30 Sat @ Nebraska
9/6 Sat vs. *Northern Illinois
9/13 Sat @ Idaho
9/20 Sat vs. Tennessee Tech
9/27 Sat @ *Temple
10/4 Sat vs. *Ohio
10/11 Sat @ *Buffalo
10/18 Sat @ *Central Michigan
11/1 Sat vs. *Eastern Michigan
11/8 Sat vs. Illinois @ Detroit, MI
11/15 Sat vs. *Toledo
11/25 Tue @ *Ball State


Wisconsin (Big Ten)
8/30 Sat vs. Akron
9/6 Sat vs. Marshall
9/13 Sat @ Fresno State
9/27 Sat @ *Michigan
10/4 Sat vs. *Ohio State
10/11 Sat vs. *Penn State
10/18 Sat @ *Iowa
10/25 Sat vs. *Illinois
11/1 Sat @ *Michigan State
11/8 Sat @ *Indiana
11/15 Sat vs. *Minnesota
11/22 Sat vs. Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo


Wyoming (MWC)
8/30 Sat vs. Ohio
9/6 Sat vs. *Air Force
9/13 Sat vs. North Dakota State
9/20 Sat @ *Brigham Young
9/27 Sat vs. Bowling Green State
10/4 Sat @ *New Mexico
10/11 Sat vs. *Utah
10/25 Sat @ *Texas Christian
11/1 Sat vs. *San Diego State
11/8 Sat @ Tennessee
11/15 Sat @ *Nevada-Las Vegas
11/22 Sat vs. *Colorado State

 

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  posted on 6/4/2008 at 10:40 PM
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Friday, August 29, 2008

Rice (-8) vs. Southern Methodist (TP=63 Odds=.601)
Army (-7.5) vs. Temple (TP=48 Odds=.625)



The June Jones era begins at SMU. I had high hopes (6 wins) for SMU last year, but they were awful. Rice 8 pt favorite, no way, give me the Ponies.

Army is going back to the bone, this will be their first game running option since 03 or 04. I do not think they'll be very good at it in the beginning. Temple has faced good option attacks before (Navy) - they'll be ready. I like what Golden is doing at Temple and they should be competitive in their first year in MAC play. I like the upset potential here, but getting over a TD fells pretty good.

 

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  posted on 6/4/2008 at 11:07 PM
Some pics on my computer from last season -

Arizona beats Oregon


Final game at the OB


First Georgia TD vs Florida


App State beats Michigan


Sorry Bama fans


Colorado beats OU


Stanford beats USC


Tebow


UNC beats Miami


Florida Atlantic first bowl win

 

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  posted on 6/5/2008 at 07:21 AM
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could be a tough year for my Hokies, all those defensive starters moving on to the pros.

Nebraska on the schedule early. yikes


It really seems like there are some great nonconference matchups this season. I really like seeing the top teams schedule atleast one 50-50 type games. VT at Nebraska should be great. Just think John, Nebraska has to come to Blacksburg in what 2009 or 2010 - that will be awesome too. Many many good out of conference matchups this season.

After watching Glennon the last 2 years I'm not convinced things will be much different for him this year. What is the outlook for Tyrod Taylor's role?


Glennon's squad won the spring scrimmage, he looked sharp, Taylor not as much. threw an interception.
I think Glennon is the starter and Taylor will play some also.


 

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Georgia looks really good this year. Just need a receiver to break out for Stafford to get the ball to downfield.

 

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  posted on 6/5/2008 at 08:30 AM
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and we've got Canadians on our OL. So spread the word, mark a W on your schedule and go ahead and over look us. The first two games are on Thursday night on ESPN. (By the way I have nothing against Canadians.)



Hard to believe. We make good rats.

Oh and IMO Gamecocks has to be the stupidest team name ever LOLOL He said Gamecocks LOLOL

Lets go Cocks!!!
Lets go Cocks, just doesn't sound like a good chant to me

Go Ducks!!!!

 

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I think you all will be surprised by Tennessee this year. For one, I believe we are better at QB with Crompton instead of Ainge, a stable of running backs and receivers and a strong offensive line. On defense, the secondary looks very strong led by Eric Berry and Dee Morley, a solid group at linebacker even without Mayo. Defensive line will be suspect with no depth. Tennessee should have had LSU in the SEC title game but lost on a couple of bone headed throws by Ainge. They've also beaten Georgia in 3 of last 4 meetings. I do believe they need to get over the Fla. hump but at least that one's in Knoxville this year as well as Alabama. Also, they're taking a page from the Georgia book and with the exception of playing at UCLA, we have some weak non conference games.
 

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I don't know what to think of Tennessee, or much of the SEC East yet.

I do think Crompton can be a fine QB. I know that Tenn has has some dynamic offenses over the years, but I always think of great Tennessee RBs. Reggie Cobb, Jamaal Lewis, Chuck Webb, Charlie Garner, Travis Henry, James Stewart, etc. I remember that 2001 game at Florida when Travis Stephens was "cooking steak".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7okfJnYeD-g&feature=related

I guess they are going to be pretty wide open this year? That will be interesting.

I've come to Fulmer's defense before and I'll do it again. A single SEC team isn't going to dominate every year. They have their runs and UT has been in position to win the SEC 5 times, unfortunately for him it has been a while since they've actually won it. Normally he averages taking them to Atlanta once every 3 years. So mark your calanders for 2010!

Week 1 at UCLA is exciting.

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  posted on 6/6/2008 at 09:43 PM
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Thoughts? SEC sucks, Wisconsin rules. Love this thread! It's never too soon to see this one pop up.


Thoughts? I now have two schools that I hope lose every week. Louisville and Wisconsin

 

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  posted on 6/6/2008 at 11:36 PM
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Don't worry about the Gamecocks. We lost our last five games, we do not have a QB and we've got Canadians on our OL. So spread the word mark a W on your schedule


We usually do every November. Go Tigers!!!

 

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GO DAWGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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  posted on 6/7/2008 at 08:35 AM
Recommending National Championship odds plays on Florida (and Missouri and Clemson). Personally I'd rather take stabs at Confernce Championship odds.

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Futures Forecast
June 5, 2008
By Brian Edwards
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A lot of gamblers are hesitant to make future wagers. First off, you are tying up money that canít be collected for a long period of time.

But since we are still waiting for betting shops to release season win totals, thereís nothing else to bet on right now in terms of the 2008 college football season. So letís talk futures.

I like Florida to win the national championship for the second time in three years. The Gators, who have 6/1 odds at Sportsbook.com, will beat USC in the Orange Bowl to win it all.

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Obviously, you have to love UFís offense led by returning Heisman winner Tim Tebow. The offensive line was already good and is going to be better. The running back situation is improved thanks to the presence of redshirt freshman Chris Rainey and USC transfer Emmanuel Moody.

Urban Meyer also has the nationís premier dual threat in Percy Harvin, who can make explosive plays lining up at both running back and wide receiver. The Gators also have arguably the nationís best return man in Brandon James. They also have the best tight end in the SEC in Cornelius Ingram.

Most importantly, Florida has a manageable schedule by SEC standards. Yes, Miami returns to the slate, but UF will be at home and the Hurricanes are in the midst of a mediocre stretch.

Back in the 1990s, even-numbered years were especially difficult because the Gators had to play on the road in both Knoxville and Tallahassee. In 2008, the Vols and ĎNoles -- like Miami -- arenít nearly as formidable as they once were.

The Gators get LSU at home. They replace Auburn, which has beaten UF each of the last two seasons, with Arkansas, which will be in rebuilding mode this year.

What about Georgia? Well, I think the Dawgs probably go into the season with more talent than any program in America. However, UGA has the nationís toughest schedule Ė by far.

Mark Richtís team has a tough trip out west to face Arizona State, which has a four-year starting QB in Rudy Carpenter, not to mention most of the returning nucleus from last yearís 10-win team.

The Dawgs will have to weather a four-week stretch thatís absolutely brutal. It starts in Baton Rouge, followed by Jacksonville, Lexington and Auburn. Thatís LSU, Florida, Kentucky and Auburn. Thatís four consecutive weeks traveling.

LSU obviously has QB issues, but the Tigers have a great defense and a quartet of explosive running backs. If they get decent QB play, theyíre still a top 10 team.

Florida will be in revenge mode against UGA, which wonít have much time to recover from what promises to be a physical and emotional battle against LSU. Plus, Georgia hasnít beaten UF in back-to-back years since the 1980s.

Back to UGAís schedule, which also includes home games against Tennessee and Alabama. And thereís always the regular-season finale against Georgia Tech.

All of those factors make me think the Gators will beat Georgia, and thatís why I prefer a future bet of UF (6/1) over UGA (7/1).

I also like two sleeper teams Ė Missouri (15/1) and Clemson (30/1). And hereís the thing: In all likelihood, both teams would only have to go 11-1 in order to get into their respective conference championship games. And if that happens, I would think both teams would have a decent shot at the BCS title game if they could win their conference titles.

When looking at Missouriís schedule, you canít help but notice Oklahomaís absence (until the Big 12 title game, that is). Yes, the Tigers have to go to Austin, but that game falls immediately after Texas faces Oklahoma, its most bitter rival.

Chase Daniel is back and heís one of the top 3-4 QBs in the country. Most of the playmakers return and the defense should be improved.

Missouri faces a tough test in its opener against Illinois in St. Louis, but it will cruise through September against non-conference softies. With the exception of the game at Texas, I would think Missouri is going to be favored in every other game on its regular-season schedule.

The Tigers get Kansas St., Oklahoma St. and Colorado at home. They play Kansas at Arrowhead Stadium in KC. With 15/1 odds, I think Missouri is worth consideration.

Ditto for Clemson, which has the countryís best 1-2 punch at RB in C.J. Spiller and James Davis. The Tigers also have Cullen Harper, who was outstanding in 2007 with a 27/6 touchdown-interception ratio.

I know Tommy Bowdenís teams always seem to lose a game it shouldnít every year (think BC last season), but this squad appears to have the most talent of any ACC outfit.

Until Miami and FSU return to form, the ACC is an average league. Virginia Tech is probably the class program right now, but the Tigers donít have to face the Hokies in the regular season. The Alabama opener in Atlanta will be tough, as will a Thursday night trip to Wake Forest.

But Clemson gets South Carolina at home, and it has an open date to prepare for back-to-back road games at BC and FSU. If the Tigers take out ĎBama, their next major test will be against the Demon Deacons, but thatís not until mid-October.

Clemson at 30/1 is worth a shot.

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  posted on 6/7/2008 at 08:48 AM
National Championship Odds:

USC 3/1
OKLAHOMA 6/1
FLORIDA 6/1
GEORGIA 7/1
OHIO STATE 8/1
LSU 12/1
MISSOURI 15/1
WEST VIRGINIA 20/1
TEXAS 25/1
CLEMSON 40/1
VIRGINIA TECH 40/1
FIELD 50/1

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I don't know what to think of Tennessee, or much of the SEC East yet.

I do think Crompton can be a fine QB. I know that Tenn has has some dynamic offenses over the years, but I always think of great Tennessee RBs. Reggie Cobb, Jamaal Lewis, Chuck Webb, Charlie Garner, Travis Henry, James Stewart, etc. I remember that 2001 game at Florida when Travis Stephens was "cooking steak".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7okfJnYeD-g&feature=related

I guess they are going to be pretty wide open this year? That will be interesting.

I've come to Fulmer's defense before and I'll do it again. A single SEC team isn't going to dominate every year. They have their runs and UT has been in position to win the SEC 5 times, unfortunately for him it has been a while since they've actually won it. Normally he averages taking them to Atlanta once every 3 years. So mark your calanders for 2010!

Week 1 at UCLA is exciting.

[Edited on 6/7/2008 by nebish]
Thanks for that link! That was Steve Spurrier's last home game and probably cost them a chance of playing for the national championship. Rex Grossman was hurried the whole game and had a hard time seeing over John Henderson and Albert Haynesworth. Travis Henry was a great Vol and Jason Witten had a great game as well. You could see the talent he had then. I cussed the Carolina Panthers when they passed over him and went for the tight end from Ucla who was a real washout while the hated Cowboys got one of my favorite players! I wish we could play Florida later in the year like 2001(which was rescheduled because of 9-11), I think we would do better. Most UF fans I talked to said they would have won in September that year and they're right.

 

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  posted on 6/14/2008 at 01:11 PM
Big Ten Football:

Ohio State is the best team in this conference. The Big Ten did not have an elite team last year, I don't believe any team nationally could be considered elite last year. It is somewhat unfortunate that Ohio St got thrust into the National Title game last season as they were truely not ready. Remember that many people were picking them no higher than 3rd in the conference last preseason.

This year they have alot of pieces in place. Many NFL caliber Juniors have been staying in school for Tressel and this year key Defensive players like CB Jenkins, LB Laurinaitis along with OL Boone are huge returnees. Losing their best DL might not hurt much with inj DE L Wilson returning. The D and O should both be better. They have potential for unbeaten season, but one loss somewhere in conference wouldn't completely surprise me.

I have Ohio St beating USC in week 3 and 5-0 before the night game at Madison.

The 10/5 game of OSU @ Wisky is going to be great. Wisconsin could very well be 4-0 heading into that one as long as they beat Mich in Ann Arbor, which I think they will. No way to predict the OSU/Wisky game right now.

Ohio State is in very similar waters to Oklahoma a few years back when Okla got blown out by LSU and USC in back-to-back Championship games. The difference is that Ohio State's team this year is loaded compared to Okla's '05 rebuilding year. I'm not sure of the Buckeye's mental outlook after the SEC woodshed games, but one thing for certain, this 08 Ohio State team is better than last year's.

I like Wisconsin too, as long as new QB Everage can step up. Although it is just too hard for me to envision Wisconsin going undefeated, but a Big Ten Championship could be in the cards with a win vs Ohio St.

Penn State might have a nice impact in the conference race this season. Like Wisconsin, their fate might rest with the new QB. Penn State should be 4-0 before facing Illinois in Happy Valley and I see them beating ILL to move to 5-0.

I think Illinois will have a slight pullback this year before a potentially very strong 2009 team. I'm going to say that they'll win 8 regular season games this year, compared to 9 last season and finishing no higher than 3rd in the conference (4th is more likely just behind OSU, Wisc and Penn St).

Michigan is tough to call, but I'm guessing they can find 7 regular season wins as long as they can beat Utah in the opener, which won't be very easy. I don't know about Notre Dame yet, but a win vs Utah and ND two weeks later would have them 3-0 heading into a bye and full of confidence before Big Ten play. 2-1 in Sept is probably more reasonable whether the loss comes to Utah or ND.

My personal Big Ten team to get behind this year is Northwestern. Not that I think they can make many waves in the conference title race, but I do think they will hit definitely bag 6 wins again and 7 is realistic, 8 a longer shot. Their toughest non-con game in Sept might actually be IAA S ILL, but regardless of where the loss comes from, 4-1 in Sept before their bye is possible, 3-2 more likely. After that I see 3 Big Ten wins (splitting Mich St/Purdue and winning 2 of 3 on the road vs Iowa, Ind and Minn). 8 wins would be a terrific year, with an upset here and there it can happen. Go Wildcats!!!

Michigan State can be tough this year and I feel they will upset somebody they shouldn't such as Wisconsin or Ohio State possibly. A road win at Michigan or Penn State is not out of the possibilities either.

I'm not sure what to make of Purdue, Iowa, Minnesota or Indiana this season.

 

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Big Ten Football:

Ohio State is the best team in this conference. The Big Ten did not have an elite team last year, I don't believe any team nationally could be considered elite last year. It is somewhat unfortunate that Ohio St got thrust into the National Title game last season as they were truely not ready. Remember that many people were picking them no higher than 3rd in the conference last preseason.

This year they have alot of pieces in place. Many NFL caliber Juniors have been staying in school for Tressel and this year key Defensive players like CB Jenkins, LB Laurinaitis along with OL Boone are huge returnees. Losing their best DL might not hurt much with inj DE L Wilson returning. The D and O should both be better. They have potential for unbeaten season, but one loss somewhere in conference wouldn't completely surprise me.

I have Ohio St beating USC in week 3 and 5-0 before the night game at Madison.

The 10/5 game of OSU @ Wisky is going to be great. Wisconsin could very well be 4-0 heading into that one as long as they beat Mich in Ann Arbor, which I think they will. No way to predict the OSU/Wisky game right now.

Ohio State is in very similar waters to Oklahoma a few years back when Okla got blown out by LSU and USC in back-to-back Championship games. The difference is that Ohio State's team this year is loaded compared to Okla's '05 rebuilding year. I'm not sure of the Buckeye's mental outlook after the SEC woodshed games, but one thing for certain, this 08 Ohio State team is better than last year's.

I like Wisconsin too, as long as new QB Everage can step up. Although it is just too hard for me to envision Wisconsin going undefeated, but a Big Ten Championship could be in the cards with a win vs Ohio St.

Penn State might have a nice impact in the conference race this season. Like Wisconsin, their fate might rest with the new QB. Penn State should be 4-0 before facing Illinois in Happy Valley and I see them beating ILL to move to 5-0.

I think Illinois will have a slight pullback this year before a potentially very strong 2009 team. I'm going to say that they'll win 8 regular season games this year, compared to 9 last season and finishing no higher than 3rd in the conference (4th is more likely just behind OSU, Wisc and Penn St).

Michigan is tough to call, but I'm guessing they can find 7 regular season wins as long as they can beat Utah in the opener, which won't be very easy. I don't know about Notre Dame yet, but a win vs Utah and ND two weeks later would have them 3-0 heading into a bye and full of confidence before Big Ten play. 2-1 in Sept is probably more reasonable whether the loss comes to Utah or ND.

My personal Big Ten team to get behind this year is Northwestern. Not that I think they can make many waves in the conference title race, but I do think they will hit definitely bag 6 wins again and 7 is realistic, 8 a longer shot. Their toughest non-con game in Sept might actually be IAA S ILL, but regardless of where the loss comes from, 4-1 in Sept before their bye is possible, 3-2 more likely. After that I see 3 Big Ten wins (splitting Mich St/Purdue and winning 2 of 3 on the road vs Iowa, Ind and Minn). 8 wins would be a terrific year, with an upset here and there it can happen. Go Wildcats!!!

Michigan State can be tough this year and I feel they will upset somebody they shouldn't such as Wisconsin or Ohio State possibly. A road win at Michigan or Penn State is not out of the possibilities either.

I'm not sure what to make of Purdue, Iowa, Minnesota or Indiana this season.


I agree with u about the Big Ten not having an "elite team" but then again nobody did. The conference race might be interesting if somebody upsets Ohio State but Im keeping my eye on Purdue as a sleeper its Joe Tillers last season Curtis Painter is back but I still dont know about there defense running game or reicevers. Im just hoping for a good conference race even if a team doesnt make the National Championship game. Still by far my favorite conference to watch

 
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