Post by SurferGirl on Aug 10, 2019 1:54:34 GMT -8
At SCtoC, we cover and follow teams which are of interest to our individual viewers in a myriad sports, including college football.
This is your one-stop page here on the forum for the 2019 college football schedules for all of the teams we cover at follow on this site.
We return six teams from last season; Stanford, California, Oregon, Boise St., Eastern Washington and Portland St. are back again. The 2018 college football season begins the weekend of August 31-September 1.
Stanford, California and Oregon are all members of the Pac-12 Conference's North Division. All three advanced to bowl games last season, and will look to improve on that this year. Stanford and Oregon are perennial powerhouses in the conference. Both teams feature returning quarterbacks in K.J. Costello for the Cardinal and Justin Herbert for the Ducks. They are joined now by a Cal team in their third season under Justin Wilcox, who has built a stout defense to compliment an emerging offense.
Eastern Washington and Portland St. are members of the Big Sky Conference and have produced some NFL talent over the recent years; notably Eagles wide receiver Cooper Kupp who now plays with the Los Angeles Rams. Eastern Washington advanced to the FCS Championship Game last year, but they were turned back by North Dakota St. The Vikings, who finished 2017 with a dismal 0-11 record, rebounds of sorts to finish 4-7 overall. Bruce Barnum comes into his fifth season as head coach at Portland St. to continue the turn around.
It was a banner 2018 season for Boise St., which competes in the Mountain West Conference. They were set to compete in the First Responder Bowl on December 26 against the Boston College Eagles, but the game was canceled due to lighting. The Broncos have had success over the last several years. Bryan Harsin has served as head coach of the Broncos since 2014 when he took over for Chris Peterson, who took the head coaching job at the University of Washington.
The Pac-12 Championship Game is scheduled for Friday, December at 5 p.m. That game will be played at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California and will be televised on ABC. The Mountain West Championship game is set for Saturday, December 7 at a time to be determined. It will be played at the home stadium of the highest ranked team in the college football poll.
During the season, each week, SCtoC will have capsules of each of these teams' games, including broadcasting information and links to radio streams, as well as the vital statistics on each game.
Below are the schedules for our teams. All times on this page are pacific time. Home games are in bold/colored. When available, broadcast information has been listed in parenthesis. Times and dates may be subject to change.
Finished 2018 at 7-6 overall and 4-5 in the Pac-12. Lost to the TCU Horned Frogs in overtime, 10-7, in the Cheez-It Bowl.
Sat., Aug. 31 - UC Davis Aggies (W 27-13)
Sat., Sept. 7 - at Washington Huskies (W 20-19)
Sat., Sept 14 - North Texas Mean Green (W 23-17)
Sat., Sept. 21 - at Ole Miss Rebels (W 28-20)
Fri., Sept 27 - Arizona St. Sun Devils (L 17-24)
Sat., Oct. 5 - at Oregon Ducks (L 7-17)
*Sat., Oct. 19 - Oregon St. Beavers (L 17-21)
Sat., Oct. 26 - at Utah Utes (L 0-35)
Sat,. Nov. 9 - Washington St. Cougars (W 33-20)
Sat., Nov. 16 - USC Trojans (L 17-42)
**Sat., Nov. 23 - at Stanford Cardinal (W 24-20)
Sat., Nov. 30 - at UCLA Bruins (W 28-18)
***Redbox Bowl: Mon., Dec. 30 - vs Illinois Fighting Illini (W 35-20)
**"The Big Game"
***At Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, California
Home Stadium: California Memorial Stadium; Berkeley, California
Finished 2018 at 9-4 overall and 5-4 in the Pac-12. Defeated the Michigan St. Spartans, 7-6, in the Redbox Bowl.
*Sat., Aug. 31 - vs. Auburn Tigers (L 21-27)
Sat., Sept. 7 - Nevada Wolf Pack (W 77-6)
Sat., Sept. 14 - Montana Grizzlies (W 35-3)
Sat., Sept. 21 - at Stanford Cardinal (W 21-6)
Sat., Oct. 5 - California Golden Bears (W 17-7)
Fri., Oct. 11 - Colorado Buffaloes (W 45-3)
Sat., Oct. 19 - at Washington Huskies (W 35-31)
Sat., Oct. 26 - Washington St. Cougars (W 37-35)
Sat., Nov. 2 - at USC Trojans (W 56-24)
Sat., Nov. 16 - Arizona Wildcats (W 34-6)
Sat., Nov. 23 - at Arizona St. Sun Devils (L 28-31)
**Sat., Nov. 30 - Oregon St. Beavers (W 24-10)
***Pac-12 Championship Game: Fri., Dec. 6 - vs. Utah Utes (W 37-15)
****Rose Bowl: Wed, Jan. 1 - vs. Wisconsin Badgers (W 28-27)
*At Arlington, Texas (neutral site)
**"Civil War" game
***At Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, California
****At Rose Bowl; Pasadena, California
Home Stadium: Autzen Stadium; Eugene, Oregon
Finished 2018 at 9-4 and 6-3 in the Pac-12. Defeated the Pittsburgh Panthers, 14-13, in the Sun Bowl.
Sat., Aug. 31 - Northwestern Wildcats (W 17-7)
Sat., Sept. 7 - at USC Trojans (L 20-45)
Sat., Sept. 14 - at Central Florida Knights (L 27-45)
Sat., Sept. 21 - Oregon Ducks (L 6-21)
Sat., Sept. 28 - at Oregon St. Beavers, (W 31-28)
Sat., Oct. 5 - Washington Huskies (W 23-13)
Thr., Oct. 17 - UCLA Bruins (L 16-34)
Sat., Oct. 26 - Arizona Wildcats (W 41-31)
Sat., Nov. 9 - at Colorado Buffaloes (L 13-16)
Sat., Nov. 16 - at Washington St. Cougars (L 22-49)
*Sat., Nov. 23 - California Golden Bears (L 24-20)
Sat., Nov. 30 - Notre Dame Fighting Irish (L 24-45)
*"The Big Game"
Home Stadium: Stanford Stadium; Stanford, California
Finished 2018 at 10-3 overall (Mountain West Championship) and 7-1 in the conference. Set to play the Boston College Eagles in the First Responder Bowl, but the game was canceled due to lightning.
Sat., Aug. 31 - at Florida St. Seminoles (W 36-31)
Fri., Sept. 6 - Marshall Thundering Herd (W 14-7)
Sat., Sept. 14 - Portland St. Vikings (W 45-10)
Fri., Sept 20 - Air Force Falcons (W 30-19)
Sat., Oct. 5 - at UNLV Rebels - (W 38-13)
Sat., Oct. 12 - Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors (W 59-37)
Sat., Oct. 19 - at BYU Cougars (L 25-28)
Sat., Nov. 2 - at San Jose Spartans (W 52-42)
Sat., Nov. 9 - Wyoming Cowboys (W 20-17)
Sat., Nov. 16 - New Mexico Lobos (W 42-9)
Sat., Nov. 23 - at Utah St. Aggies (W 56-21)
Fri., Nov. 29 - at Colorado St. Rams (W 31-24)
Mountain West Championship Game: Sat., Dec. 7 - Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors (W 31-10)
*Las Vegas Bowl: Sat, Dec, 21 - vs. Washington Huskies (L 7-38)
*At Sam Boyd Stadium; Las Vegas, Nevada
Home Stadium: Albertson's Stadium; Boise, Idaho
Finished 2018 at 12-3 overall and 8-1 in the Big Sky Conference (conference champions). Were defeated by the North Dakota St. Bison, 38-24, in the FCS Championship game.
Sat., Aug. 31 - at Washington Huskies (L 14-47)
Sat., Sept. 7 - Lindenwood Lions (W 59-31)
Sat., Sept. 14 - at Jacksonville St. Gamecocks (L 45-49)
Sat., Sept. 21 - at Idaho Vandals (L 27-35)
Sat., Sept. 28 - North Dakota Fighting Hawks (W 35-20)
Sat., Oct. 5 - at Sacramento St. Hornets (L 27-48)
Sat., Oct. 12 - Northern Colorado Bears (W 54-21)
Sat., Oct. 26 - at Montana Grizzlies (L 17-34)
Sat., Nov. 2 - Northern Arizona Lumberjacks (W 66-38)
Sat., Nov. 9 - at Idaho St. Bengals (W 48-5)
Sat., Nov. 16 - at Cal Poly Mustangs (W 42-41)
Sat., Nov. 23 - Portland St. Vikings (W 53-46)
Home Stadium: Roos Field; Cheney, Washington
Finished 2018 at 4-7 overall and 3-5 in the Big Sky Conference. Did not qualify for the FCS playoffs.
Sat., Aug. 31 - at Arkansas Razorbacks (L 13-20)
Sat,. Sept. 7 - Simon Fraser Clan (W 70-7)
Sat., Sept. 14 - at Boise St. Broncos (L 10-45)
Sat., Sept. 21 - Eastern Oregon Mountaineers (W 59-9)
Sat., Sept. 28 - at Idaho St. Bengals (L 24-51)
Sat., Oct. 5 - Southern Utah Thunderbirds (W 52-31)
Sat., Oct. 12 - Idaho Vandals (W 24-0)
Sat., Oct. 19 - at Northern Colorado Bears (W 38-30)
Sat., Oct. 26 - at Northern Arizona Lumberjacks (L 29-31)
Sat., Nov. 2 - Montana Grizzlies (L 23-38)
Sat., Nov. 9 - UC Davis Aggies (L 28-45)
Sat., Nov. 23 - at Eastern Washington Eagles (L 46-53)
Home Stadium: Hillsboro Stadium; Hillsboro, Oregon
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