If you are like many people involved in sports, college football and betting, you just aren’t clear when exactly does College Football Kickoff. We have heard some conferences are playing and some are not. That makes it confusing. Allow us to clear it up for you as some FCS games will be played soon and the BCS follows a few weeks later.

2020 College Football Gets Underway

The Week Zero game is a pair of FCS teams as Austin Peay travels to Central Arkansas on August 29 for a 7PM start. A pair of contests happen on Saturday, September 5th with Arkansas State going to play Memphis and Texas State hosing SMU. Then on September 3rd it is the battle of the “Southerns” with Southern Mississippi going on the road to face Southern Alabama in Montgomery. September 7, 2020 is the Midshipmen of Navy hosting Brigham Young University.

Miami will play UAB on September 10 with a almost full weekend on September 12 with Tulane at Southern Alabama, TCU hosting SMU, The Citadel travels to Florida to face USF, East Carolina host the Thundering Herd of Marshall and Oklahoma State brings in Tulsa to round our the weekend.

 

ACC Conference

The ACC will play 11 games with each team playing one non-conference and 10 conference games. One game I have already included was the Miami/UAB contest. HEre is a look at the first two weeks of their college football schedule:

Thursday, Sept. 10  Miami (Fla.) vs. UAB *

Friday, Sept. 11  Virginia vs. VMI *

Saturday, Sept. 12

Boston College vs. TBD **
Clemson at Wake Forest
Duke at Notre Dame
Florida State vs. Georgia Tech
Louisville vs. Western Kentucky *
North Carolina vs. Syracuse
NC State at Virginia Tech
Pittsburgh vs. TBD **

WEEK 2
Saturday, Sept. 19

Boston College at Duke
Clemson vs. TBD **
Florida State vs. Samford *
Georgia Tech vs. UCF *
Louisville vs. Miami (Fla.)
North Carolina vs. Charlotte *
NC State vs. Wake Forest
Notre Dame vs. Western Michigan *
Pittsburgh vs. Syracuse
Virginia at Virginia Tech

Big 12 Conference College Football Kickoff

This conference will play ten games with nine of them in conference starting on September 12th. Here are ten games on opening day:

Tulsa v Oklahoma State

Houston Baptist v Texas Tech

LSU v  Iowa State

Louisiana Tech  v Baylor

Arkansas State  v Kansas State

SMU v TCU

Eastern Kentucky v West Virginia

Coastal Carolina  v Kansas

Missouri State v Oklahoma

UTEP  v Texas

SEC Conference

The SEC will play ALL game in conference. They begin play on September 26th. Here is a look at their first two weeks of play.

WEEK ONE
September 26

Alabama at Missouri
Georgia at Arkansas
Kentucky at Auburn
Mississippi State at LSU
Florida at Ole Miss
Tennessee at South Carolina
Vanderbilt at Texas A&M
WEEK TWO
October 3

Texas A&M at Alabama
Arkansas at Mississippi State
Auburn at Georgia
South Carolina at Florida
Ole Miss at Kentucky
LSU at Vanderbilt
Missouri at Tennessee

CONFERENCE OPTING OUT

The Big Ten will not play football this fall, as the conference postponed all fall sports. The Big Ten is looking into playing fall sports in the spring.

The Pac-12 conference has postponed the fall football season. It is considering whether fall sports can be played after Jan. 1, 2021.
The Mountain West has postponed all fall sports. The conference will explore the feasibility of rescheduling fall sports for the spring.

Bowl Game Schedule college football kickoff

Cotton Bowl: Primetime slot on Wednesday, Dec. 30
Peach Bowl: Early slot on Friday, Jan. 1
Rose Bowl: (College Football Playoff semifinal): Middle slot on Friday, Jan. 1
Sugar Bowl: (College Football Playoff semifinal): Primetime slot on Friday, Jan. 1
Fiesta Bowl: Middle slot on Saturday, Jan. 2
Orange Bowl: Primetime slot on Saturday, Jan. 2
CFP National Championship Game: Monday, Jan. 11 (at Miami, Florida)

 

 

There you have it. Now you can prepare for your next college football bet!