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2021 MAC Football Schedules Released

The Mid-American Conference today released the football schedules for its 75th Anniversary season.

Posted yesterday

Big Ten Updates 2021 Schedule

Six games affected in rescheduling and, most recently, the Nebraska-Illinois game has been moved from Dublin, Ireland to Champaign, Illinois.

Posted 9 days ago

CUSA 2021 Football Schedules Released

DALLAS – Conference USA has announced its football schedule for the 2021 season. The 14-team alignment for the 2021 campaign will again feature each team playing eight conference games, along with four non-league contests. A total of 168 games are featured over 13 regular season playing weeks, plus two week zero contests.

Posted 9 days ago

AAC Releases Fall 2021 Football Schedule

IRVING, Texas – Commissioner Mike Aresco has announced the American Athletic Conference’s 88-game football schedule for the 2021 season, including the 44-game conference schedule.

Posted 9 days ago

Big 12 Releases 2021 Football Schedule

The Big 12 has released its 2021 football conference schedule. The slate features a 10-team, nine-game, round robin format for the 11th consecutive season, culminating with the Dr Pepper Big 12 Football Championship Game.

Posted 12 days ago

2021 Southeastern Conference Schedules

The Southeastern Conference has announced the football schedules for all 14 SEC schools for the 2021 season.

Posted 28 days ago

ACC Releases 2021 Schedules, Sans Notre Dame

The Atlantic Coast Conference announced its 2021 football schedule Thursday, returning to two divisions – Atlantic & Coastal – with each team playing eight conference games and four non-conference games. The return to a traditional schedule is contingent on national, state and local health guidelines allowing such competition to occur.

Posted 28 days ago

Playoff Selection Committee Announces New Appointees

The three-year term has expired for five members of the College Football Playoff Committee which announced new appointees today.

Posted 29 days ago