Future Football Schedules

#561

Updated 2019- 3-4

2019
08/31 - Gardner-Webb
09/07 - at Appalachian State
09/14 - UMass
9/21 - at Clemson
8 C-USA Games
*** at Virginia Tech- Cancelled 8/31/19

2020
9/5 - at Tennessee
9/12 - Norfolk State
9/19 - at Duke
09/26 - Georgia State

2021
9/4 - Duquense
9/11- Duke
9/18 - at Georgia State
10/2 - at Illinois

2022
9/10 - Maryland
9/17 - at Georgia State
9/24 - at South Carolina

2023
8/31- at Maryland
9/16 - Georgia State
9/23 - OPEN
11/18- at Florida

2024
8/31 - ECU
9/7- at UNC-Chapel Hill
9/21 - at Indiana

2025
8/30- at ECU
9/6- UNC-Chapel Hill

#562

That Duquense game is an odd schedule. Looks like we could have played someone more local and drawn a few more fans.

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#563

That could be changed before then. Hill is on the case I’m sure.

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#564

I was going to FOIA Duquesne for the contract, but they are private and don’t have to respond. I guess I’ll find out more when my FOIA with us is answered.

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#565

No amendments to the Maryland or Georgia State agreements as of now.

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#567

Updated 2019- 3-13

2019
08/31 - Gardner-Webb
09/07 - at Appalachian State
09/14 - UMass
9/21 - at Clemson
8 C-USA Games
*** at Virginia Tech- Cancelled 8/31/19

2020
9/5 - at Tennessee
9/12 - Norfolk State
9/19 - at Duke
09/26 - Georgia State

2021
9/4 - Duquense
9/11- Duke
9/18 - at Georgia State
10/2 - at Illinois

2022
9/3 - William & Mary
9/10 - Maryland
9/17 - at Georgia State
9/24 - at South Carolina

2023
8/31- at Maryland
9/16 - Georgia State
9/23 - OPEN
11/18- at Florida

2024
8/31 - ECU
9/7- at UNC-Chapel Hill
9/21 - at Indiana

2025
8/30- at ECU
9/6- UNC-Chapel Hill

#568

Since we’re scheduled to play the Hoosiers in the future, will post this here instead of starting new thread in Collegiate Sports.

#569

Four game series with App starting 2026.

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#570

I think we might see this become an annual thing.

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#571

No excuses for us by then.

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#572

no excuses last year TBH. We should be better than sun belt schools.

#573

Yup it’s apples and apples now, time to start winning.

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#574

To be totally honest I’m surprised they bit the carrot on this one. They had a strong chance to end the series with us 2-0 catching us on the back end of a lame duck coach, and year 1 of the new guy.

I will be stunned if their program doesn’t regress closer to the median by 2026 at least a little, and ours isn’t much improved. If our program isn’t much improved by 2026 we in trouble. A lot can change by then. Crazy how much the dynamics of this game have changed since we announced it way back when.

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#575

I think they’ll still be good, but probably not quite as good as now. How long can you convince good mid major athletes that dominating the Belt is cool?

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#576

Or living in boondocks.

#577

I do like that this series got extended, you just have to look at us bringing in temp seats (and the game being sold out the first day tickets went on sale to the public) and their ticket prices for our game this year to see this is a win-win for both programs.

It will be interesting to see who the other three OOC opponents will be those years now that there’s a new sheriff in town.

#578

clt is fine with this, but expected a 3 for 1

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#579

I get the home and home with the apps in hoops as bad as we’ve been, but we gotta get back to 2 for 1s with them. The last two games in Boone have been a weeknight and then a Saturday but it snowed on that Saturday.

I don’t mind playing them but I want to be able to go, because that game won’t be on TV.

#580

Or dominating CUSA? Is not often your players get to play in a resort town…Mutual insults aside, a non ACC instate rivalry is good for both. Glad to see this.