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A complete schedule of FBS spring football games

Nick Saban AP

Unless you’re a Pitt or Texas A&M fan, you’re within a couple of weeks until your school wraps up spring practice with an annual spring game at its football stadium. Here’s a handy list of when every FBS program is playing its spring game, and if you’re really into watching weird scoring systems and fourth-string offensive linemen you can even catch some of these on TV or online.

ACC

Friday, April 11: Louisville

Saturday, April 12: Boston College, Clemson (on ESPNU, 3 p.m. EST), Florida State (ESPN, 3 p.m. EST), Miami (ESPN3, 6 p.m. EST), N.C. State, North Carolina (ESPN3, 3 p.m. EST), Virginia

Friday, April 18: Georgia Tech (ESPN3, 7 p.m. EST)

Saturday, April 26: Virginia Tech (ESPN3, 2 p.m. EST), Wake Forest

Already played: Duke

No game: Pitt

Big 12

Saturday, April 5: Baylor, TCU

Saturday, April 12: Iowa State, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas Tech (Fox Sports Southwest, 12 p.m. EST), West Virginia

Saturday, April 19: Texas (Longhorn Network, 2 p.m. EST)

Saturday: April 26: Kansas State

No game: Oklahoma State (open practice, 2:30 p.m. EST)

Big Ten

Saturday, April 5: Michigan

Friday, April 11: Maryland

Saturday, April 12: Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue, Wisconsin (Big Ten Network, 4 p.m. EST)

Saturday, April 26: Michigan State, Iowa, Rutgers

Pac-12 (all games televised on Pac-12 Network & Pac12.com)

Saturday, April 12: Arizona (4 p.m. EST), Colorado (2 p.m. EST), Stanford (4 p.m., EST)

Saturday, April 19: Arizona State (2 p.m. EST), USC (4 p.m. EST), Utah (3 p.m. EST)

Saturday, April 26: Cal (2 p.m. EST), UCLA (8 p.m. EST), Washington State (4 p.m. EST)

May 3: Oregon (2 p.m. EST), Oregon State (4 p.m EST)

SEC

Saturday, April 5: LSU, Ole Miss

Saturday, April 12: Florida, Georgia, Mississippi State, South Carolina (12 p.m. EST, ESPNU), Tennessee, Vanderbilt

Saturday, April 19: Alabama (2 p.m., ESPNU), Auburn (3 p.m., ESPN), Mizzou

Saturday, April 26: Arkansas (2 p.m., Cox Sports TV), Kentucky

No game: Texas A&M

Independents

Saturday, March 29: BYU

Friday, April 11: Navy

Saturday, April 12: Notre Dame (NBC Sports Network, 12:30 p.m. EST)

Saturday, April 19: Army

AAC

Saturday, March 29: USF

Saturday, April 5: Cincinnati, SMU

Friday, April 11: Houston, Memphis

Saturday, April 12: UConn, ECU, Tulsa, UCF

Saturday, April 16: Temple

Already played: Tulane (open practice)

Conference USA

Saturday, April 5: FAU

Friday, April 11: Rice, UTEP

Saturday, April 12: FIU, Louisiana Tech, North Texas Old Dominion

Friday, April 18: UAB

Saturday, April 19: Middle Tennessee, Southern Miss, Western Kentucky

Saturday, April 26: UTSA, Marshall

MAC

Saturday, April 5: Bowling Green

Saturday, April 12: Eastern Michigan, Ohio, Toledo

Wednesday, April 16: UMass

Saturday, April 19: Akron, Ball State, Northern Illinois, Western Michigan

Saturday, April 26: Kent State

Saturday, May 3: Miami

TBD: Buffalo, Central Michigan

Mountain West

Wednesday, March 19: Air Force

Saturday, March 22: San Jose State

Wednesday, March 26: San Diego State

Saturday, April 5: Fresno State

Friday, April 11: UNLV

Saturday, April 12: Boise State, Utah State

Saturday, April 19: Colorado State

Saturday, April 26: Hawaii, New Mexico, Nevada

Sun Belt

Saturday, March 29: Troy

Friday, April 4: Appalachian State

Saturday, April 5: South Alabama

Saturday, April 12: Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, Texas State

Friday, April 18: Arkansas State

Saturday, April 19: New Mexico State

Friday, April 25: Idaho

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3 Responses to “A complete schedule of FBS spring football games”
  1. plarkin88 says: Mar 14, 2014 11:07 AM

    WVU is 4/12. Florio won’t be so forgiving.

  2. wvufan82 says: Mar 14, 2014 4:09 PM

    WVU is 4/12. Florio won’t be so forgiving.
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    Also, is the WVU spring game really being televised by Fox Sports SouthWest? That doesn’t sound right…

  3. houndofthebaskervols says: Mar 14, 2014 4:53 PM

    Auburn on ESPN? Woohooo!

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