The college football offseason is the perfect time to begin memorizing schedules and taking a deeper dive into 2019's upcoming games. Let's go conference by conference and team by team to check out the biggest scheduling quirks for all 130 programs.
American Athletic Conference
Can Cincy make it back-to-back Week 1 wins over UCLA after knocking off the Bruins 26-17 in Los Angeles last year?
The Cougars get the national spotlight on Sunday, Sept. 1 at Oklahoma.
The Tigers open 2019 with a bang as Ole Miss and the SEC visit Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.
The Midshipmen have four Saturdays off, including two in September alone.
SMU plays three straight games against Texas squads in September as North Texas and Texas State come to town before the Mustangs travel to TCU.
The athletic director does the Bulls no favors as they open at home to Wisconsin before traveling to face Georgia Tech.
The Owls look to knock off Maryland for the second straight season when the Terps visit on Sept. 14.
The Wave best be ready to rock 'n roll early as the slate includes road games at Auburn and Army sandwiched between a home duel versus Houston — all by Oct. 5.
Talk about an opening three-game stretch: The Hurricane travel to Michigan State, San Jose State, and then return for the home opener versus Oklahoma State.
Could a home battle against Stanford on Sept. 14 be the Knights' first home loss since Tulsa beat them in Nov. of 2016?
2019 could be Déjà vu for the Huskies whose only victory last year came against an FCS squad.
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