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College Football Schedule 2015

The 2015 NCAA College Football Schedule (All Conderences)

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College Football Quotes

 “If anything goes bad, I did it. If anything goes semi-good, we did it. If anything goes really good, then you did it. That’s all it takes to get people to win football games for you.” (Bear Bryant)

“Always remember….. Goliath was a 40 point favorite over David.“ (Shug Jordan of Auburn)

“My advice to defensive players: Take the shortest route to the ball and arrive in a bad humor.“ (Bowden Wyatt of Tennessee)

“I make my practices real hard because if a player is a quitter, I want him to quit in practice, not in a game.” (Bear Bryant)

“If you want to walk the heavenly streets of gold, you gotta know the password, ‘Roll, tide, roll!’” (Bear Bryant)

“When you win, nothing hurts.” (Joe Namath of Alabama)

“I have yet to be in a game where luck was involved.“ (Urban Meyer)

“You can learn more character on the two-yard line than anywhere else in life.” (Paul Dietzel of LSU)

“When people used to see Wake Forest on the schedule, they used a pen to mark down a `W.’ We’re at the point now where we at least make them use a pencil.” (Jim Grobe)

“Motivation is simple. You eliminate those who are not motivated.” (Lou Holtz of Arkansas)

“It’s kind of hard to rally around a math class.” (Bear Bryant)

“Here’s a twenty, bury two.“ (Bear Bryant after being asked to contribute ten dollars to help bury a sportswriter)

“But the real tragedy was that 15 hadn’t been colored yet.” (Steve Spurrier on a fire at Auburn’s football dorm which destroyed 20 books)

“Whoa! I better lay off the peyote!” (Marcus Thomas after being informed of his first suspension)

“I don’t hire anybody not brighter than I am. If they’re not brighter than I am, I don’t need them.“ (Bear Bryant)

Paul William “Bear” Bryant was an American college football player and coach. He was best known as the longtime head coach of the University of Alabama football team.

“He’s a leading leader on this football team.” (Bill Curry)

“An Atheist in Alabama is one that doesn’t believe in Bear Bryant.“ (Wally Butts)

 

College Football TV Schedule Week One

 August, 28 – September, 1

Thursday, Aug. 28 (all times EDT)

Time Game D.C. TV
6 No. 9 South Carolina vs. No. 21 Texas A&M SEC Network
7 Louisiana-Monroe vs. Wake Forest ESPNU
7 Minnesota vs. Eastern Illinois Big Ten Network
7:30 Utah vs. Idaho State Pac-12 Network
8 Boise State vs. No. 18 Ole Miss ESPN
8 Tulsa vs. Tulane CBS Sports Network
9:15 Vanderbilt vs. Temple SEC Network
10 Washington State vs. Rutgers Fox Sports 1
10:30 No. 19 Arizona State vs. Weber State Pac-12 Network

 

Friday, Aug. 29

Time Game D.C. TV
7 Connecticut vs. BYU ESPN
7:30 No. 8 Michigan State vs. Jacksonville State Big Ten Network
7:30 Western Kentucky vs. Bowling Green CBS Sports Network
9 Colorado vs. Colorado State Fox Sports 1
9 Houston vs. Texas-San Antonio ESPNU
10:30 Arizona vs. UNLV ESPN

 

Saturday, Aug. 30

Time Game D.C. TV
8:30 a.m. Central Florida vs. Penn State ESPN2
Noon Navy vs. No. 5 Ohio State CBS Sports Network
Noon Virginia vs. No. 7 UCLA ESPN
Noon Michigan vs. Appalachian State ESPN2
Noon Iowa State vs. North Dakota State Fox Sports 1
Noon Indiana vs. Indiana State ESPNews
Noon Iowa vs. Northern Iowa Big Ten Network
Noon Purdue vs. Western Michigan ESPNU
Noon Kentucky vs. Tennessee-Martin SEC Network
12:05 Illinois vs. Youngstown State Big Ten Network
12:30 Georgia Tech vs. Wofford Comcast SportsNet
12:30 N.C. State vs. Georgia Southern WDCA-20
3:30 Maryland vs. James Madison Big Ten Network
3:30 No. 2 Alabama vs. West Virginia ABC/ESPN2
3:30 Northwestern vs. California ABC/ESPN2
3:30 No. 17 Notre Dame vs. Rice NBC
3:30 No. 22 Nebraska vs. Florida Atlantic Big Ten Network
3:30 No. 24 Missouri vs. South Dakota State ESPNU
4 No. 6 Auburn vs. Arkansas SEC Network
4 No. 11 Stanford vs. UC Davis Pac-12 Network
4 Oregon State vs. Portland State Pac-12 Network
4 Virginia Tech vs. William & Mary ESPNews
5:30 No. 12 Georgia vs. No. 16 Clemson ESPN
7 San Diego State vs. Northern Arizona CBS Sports Network
7 Florida vs. Idaho ESPNU
7:30 No. 15 USC vs. Fresno State Fox
7:30 Mississippi State vs. Southern Miss SEC Network
8 No. 1 Florida State vs. Oklahoma State ABC
8 Texas vs. North Texas Longhorn Network
8 East Carolina vs. N.C. Central ESPNews
9 No. 13 LSU vs. No. 14 Wisconsin ESPN
10:30 No. 3 Oregon vs. South Dakota Pac-12 Network
10:30 Hawaii vs. No. 25 Washington CBS Sports Network

 

Sunday, Aug. 31

Time Game D.C. TV
7 Tennessee vs. Utah State SEC Network
7:30 No. 10 Baylor vs. SMU Fox Sports 1

 

Monday, Sept. 1

Time Game D.C. TV
8 Louisville vs. Miami ESPN

 

Winners and Losers of the Past in Week One College Football

 

College Football Countdown…Week One Schedule

College Football   2013 NCAA Division I-A Football Schedule – Week 1  [Network Listings]

College Football Schedule-Week One08/29/2013  THURSDAY

6:00 p.m. [ESPN] North Carolina at South Carolina

7:00 p.m. [ESPNU] Tulsa at Bowling Green

7:00 p.m. [BTN] Indiana State at Indiana

7:00 p.m. [BTN] UNLV at Minnesota

8:00 p.m. [FOX SPORTS] Utah State at Utah

9:15 p.m. [ESPN] Mississippi at Vanderbilt

10:30 p.m. [ESPNU] Rutgers at Fresno State

11:00 p.m. [CBS SPORTS] Southern California vs Hawaii

 8/30/2013  FRIDAY

7:00 p.m. [CBS SPORTS] Morgan State at Army

8:00 p.m. [BTN] Western Michigan vs Michigan State

8:00 p.m. [ESPN] Texas Tech at Southern Methodist

8:00 p.m. [ESPNU] Florida Atlantic at Miami (Fla.)

8:30 p.m. [FOX SPORTS] North Dakota State at Kansas State

10:00 p.m. [PAC 12] Northern Arizona vs Arizona

 8/31/2013  SATURDAY

12:00 p.m. [BTN] Massachusetts at Wisconsin

12:00 p.m. [BTN] Southern Illinois at Illinois

12:00 p.m. [ESPN2] Buffalo at Ohio State

12:00 p.m. [ESPNU] Purdue at Cincinnati

12:00 p.m. [ESPNews] Villanova at Boston College

12:00 p.m. [FOX SPORTS] William and Mary at West Virginia

1:00 p.m. [ESPN] Rice at Texas AM

3:30 p.m. [ABC] Mississippi State vs Oklahoma State in Houston, TX

3:30 p.m. [ABC] Syracuse vs Penn State in East Rutherford, NJ

3:30 p.m. [BTN] Central Michigan at Michigan

3:30 p.m. [BTN] Northern Illinois at Iowa

3:30 p.m. [NBC] Temple at Notre Dame

3:30 p.m. [ESPNU] Brigham Young at Virginia

4:00 p.m. [FOX SPORTS] Nicholls State at Oregon

5:30 p.m. [ESPN] Alabama vs Virginia Tech in Atlanta, GA

6:00 p.m. [PAC 12] Eastern Washington at Oregon State

7:00 p.m. [CBS SPORTS] Miami (Ohio) at Marshall

7:00 p.m. [ESPNU] Washington State at Auburn

7:00 p.m. [ESPNews] Kentucky vs Western Kentucky in Nashville, TN

7:30 p.m. [FSN] Wofford at Baylor

8:00 p.m. [ABC] Georgia at Clemson

8:00 p.m. [BTN] Wyoming at Nebraska

8:00 p.m. [LONGHORN] New Mexico State at Texas

9:00 p.m. [ESPN] LSU vs TCU in Arlington, TX

10:00 p.m. [FOX SPORTS] Boise State at Washington

10:00 p.m. [PAC 12] Nevada at UCLA

10:30 p.m. [ESPN2] Northwestern at California

2012 College Football Playoff Schedule

Now that all the major bowls are finished, it’s time to set the playoff schedule. I know I am dreaming and playing in a fantasy world, but what the heck, miracles do happen and one day the joke of a governing body ( the NCAA ), will get off their fat wallets and fix this great sport. We know their is one game to go – the BCS National Championship game – but those two teams are the top 2 seeds for our “mock” playoff system. In my dream, the bowl games leading up to today have set up the brackets for the 8 team playoff schedule. The selection committee ( me ) met today ( selection Sunday aired on ESPN at 8 PM – wait, don’t we have that in another college sport??? ) to determine the remaining 6 teams to complete the field of 8. Based on computer BS, strength of schedules, coaches polls, national polls…blah…blah…blah…blah, my “eye test” has determined the following top 8 teams:

#8 Georgia

#7 South Carolina

#6 Florida

#5 Stanford

#4 Texas A&M

#3 Oregon

#2 Alabama

#1 Notre Dame

Teams that are kicking and screaming that they deserve to be in the tournament ( bubble teams – ever hear that phrase before?? ) are FSU, Clemson, Kansas State, Louisville, and LSU. FSU played an awful schedule and only beat Clemson on their resume, Clemson lost to FSU and South Carolina ( they did pull off one of the greatest upsets of all time by beating LSU ), Kansas State lost 2 of their last 3 games and looked bad in doing so, Louisville plays in a weak conference although they did look impressive in beating Florida, and LSU has Les Miles to thank for their 8 second half 3 and outs versus Clemson and all of his bone head calls versus Alabama for 2 of their 3 losses.

On to the tournament and the pairings are set. The top half of the bracket has #1 ND vs. #8 Georgia and#4 Texas A&M vs. #5 Stanford. The bottom half of the bracket has #2 Alabama vs. #7 South Carolina and #3 Oregon vs. #6 Florida.

Notre Dame’s front 7 and Georgia’s “O” line slug it out all game long. Aaron Murray plays like..Aaron Murray and throws 3 second half interceptions. The Irish grind it out and use a ball control offense coming up with critical third down conversions to squeak out a 21-17 victory and advance. Stanford, coming off a big win against Oregon is very well prepared for the Johnny Football Show. They stymied the Duck’s prolific offense and felt confident going into the game that they could slow down the Aggies. The one thing they didn’t realize is that A&M is fast AND physical. In the end, the Aggies wear down Stanford and with 2 late fourth quarter TD’s, beat the Cardinal 31-13. That sets up the semi final match-up with ND and Texas A&M.

In the other half of the bracket, Alabama takes on South Carolina. Let’s flashback to the last time these two teams met. Two years ago, South Carolina completely dominated the Tide and steam rolled over them. Unfortunately, Carolina couldn’t rebound after that game and lost the following week to Kentucky. This time it’s different for the Crimson Tide. The Gamecocks starting QB, Connor Shaw, is out with foot surgery and his back up ( Dylan Thompson ) can’t move around quite as well. The Tide’s defense smothers him time after time and stymies their ground attack also. Clowney has another Heisman type of game but it’s not enough as AJ McCarron and their vaunted running attack lead the Tide over the Gamecocks 27-16. In a battle of fast and faster, Oregon out runs the Gators 41-20. Florida fails to generate any consistent offense and once again has numerous stupid personal foul penalties that keep the Duck’s drives alive. The one time dream match-up ( Alabama vs. Oregon ) for the BCS National Championship game is now set – for the play off semi finals.

It’s Saturday, January 19 and the national semi finals are set. After last weeks great quarter final games, we are ready for the semi final games with #1 Notre Dame playing #4 Texas A&M and #2 Alabama up against #3 Oregon. In the first game of the day Alabama takes a page out of Stanford’s playbook and physically dominates Oregon. The Ducks played a weak schedule this year and have never faced the speed and size of a team like ‘Bama. Oregon gets stuffed up the middle, gets strung out on the edge, and has no time to drop back and throw. On the other side of the ball, Alabama runs, runs, and runs some more all over the Ducks and punishes them for 325 yards on the ground. AJ only has to pass the ball 15 times and completes 13 of them for a 31-10 Tide victory. After much speculation this week, Oregon head coach Chip Kelly bolts after the game and takes his circus to Cleveland! Undefeated ND now is about to face one of the hottest teams in all of America – the Texas A&M Aggies. ND has dodged bullets all year long but Johnny Football comes out firing grenades! After scoring on their first 2 drives, the Irish fall behind 17-3 after the first quarter. Brian Kelly and the Irish keep their composure and work the game to a 20-17 half time deficit. The Irish electrify the crowd as they take the second half kick off and go 102 yards for the go ahead TD. As we move to the 4th quarter the Irish are clinging to a 27-26 lead. With 1:02 left in the game the Aggies get the ball back on their own 27 yard line. After a couple of first downs, the Aggies are left with 3 seconds and the ball on the Irish 48 yard line. Manziel drops back, rolls right, rolls left and Manti T’eo dives at him. He somehow slips through the hit and throws a bomb into the end zone. It’s hauled in by A&M and the Aggies move on with a dramatic last second come from behind victory! The luck of the Irish finally runs out and the Aggies move on to face the Alabama Crimson Tide in a rematch of another Johnny Football miraculous victory.

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