College Basketball, College Football, and All-Time Games

Posted November 09, 2018 09:19:18 There’s a lot to talk about when it comes to college football and basketball.

From the rivalry that exists between the Big Ten and SEC to the rivalry between Notre Dame and Alabama to the recent NCAA investigation into the handling of sexual assault allegations, the games have always been a hot topic in the sport.

That’s partly because of the importance of the game, but it’s also because of its unique culture.

The college football, basketball, and hockey seasons, which have the most games each of the major conferences plays, are held in different cities throughout the United States.

And while the games are all part of the same season, they’re also played over a wide geographic area.

So, in order to make sure the fans get the best experience possible, ESPN decided to put together a list of all the games played this year.

Below is a list compiled by the College Football Playoff, with some of the games listed in alphabetical order.

1.

Texas at Baylor: October 12, 2021 2.

Notre Dame at Oklahoma: October 19, 2021 3.

Florida State at Notre Dame: October 26, 2021 4.

Georgia at Georgia Tech: November 3, 2021 5.

Ohio State at Michigan State: November 17, 2021 6.

Notre Marys at Florida: November 24, 2021 7.

Georgia Tech at Clemson: November 30, 2021 8.

Penn State at Maryland: December 2, 2021 9.

Clemson at Pittsburgh: December 9, 2021 10.

Georgia Southern at Georgia: December 16, 2021 11.

Alabama at Auburn: December 23, 2021 12.

Nebraska at Kansas State: December 30, 2020 13.

Florida Atlantic at South Alabama: January 6, 2021 14.

Michigan at Georgia Southern: January 13, 2021 15.

Ohio at Texas Tech: January 20, 2021 16.

Miami (FL) at Notre Faugame: January 27, 2021 17.

North Texas at Mississippi State: February 5, 2021 18.

North Carolina State at Arkansas State: March 2, 2020 19.

Ohio Valley at Baylor, Texas, and Texas Tech (SEC): March 9, 2020 20.

Florida at Florida State, Clemson, and Georgia: March 16, 2020 21.

LSU at Auburn, Ole Miss, and Mississippi State (SEC): March 23, 2020 22.

Iowa at Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Iowa State (Big Ten): March 30, 2018 23.

Iowa State at Texas, Oklahoma State, and TCU (Big 12): April 5, 2018 24.

Wisconsin at Oklahoma, Baylor, and Oklahoma State (Pac 12): May 6, 2018 25.

Texas Tech at Texas A&M (Big 11): May 13, 2018 26.

Missouri at Texas (Big 10): May 20, 2018 27.

Texas A.&M at Oklahoma (Big 13): June 8, 2018 28.

Iowa Tech at Kansas (Big XII): June 15, 2018 29.

Georgia State at Mississippi (SEC), Ole Miss (SECA), and Texas (SECM): June 22, 2018 30.

Texas State at Alabama (SEC); Missouri (SECAA); and Texas A & M (SECS) (Big South): June 29, 2018 31.

LSU-Lafayette at LSU (SEC-SECM) (SECW); Georgia Tech (Big East) (Bama-Mizzou); and Tennessee-Martin (SEC).

NOTE: Alabama and Auburn play in this game, and LSU-Auburn play in next week’s SEC-SECW game, as well as other schools who have played in the game in the past.

32.

Wisconsin-Milwaukee at Wisconsin (Big Big 12): June 28, 2018 33.

Oklahoma State at Oklahoma State: July 10, 2018 34.

TCU at TCU: July 24, 2018 35.

Michigan State-Michigan (Big Eight): August 5, 2019 36.

Michigan-Ohio State (Gopher-Buckeye) at Michigan (Big 5): August 10, 2019 37.

Iowa-Iowa State (Ivy League) at Iowa (Big 6): August 17, 2019 38.

Iowa (I) at Texas State (Sun Belt): August 23, 2019 39.

LSU (I-State) at Mississippi: September 3, 2019 40.

Michigan (I Big Ten) at Nebraska (Big West): September 10, 2020 41.

Iowa St (Big 9) at Illinois (Big 8): September 17, 2020 42.

Ohio St (I AAC) at Wisconsin St (C-USA): September 24, 2020 43.

Kansas St (Pac-12) at Kansas: October 6, 2020 44.

Tennessee-Chattanooga (SEC-) at Tennessee: October 13, 2020 45.

Texas (Pac 9) vs. Iowa: October 20, 2020 46.

Texas St (ACC) vs Alabama: October 27, 2020 47.

TCU (Southeastern) at South Carolina: November 1, 2020 48.

Baylor (Big Sky) at Oklahoma St: November 8, 2020 49. Texas