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RE: Who has the most difficult OOC Schedule?
Rice does not get much easier in the coming years.

2018
Houston
@Hawaii
@Wake Forest
@LSU

2019
Wake Forest
Texas
@Army
Baylor

2020
@Houston
Army
LSU
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RE: Who has the most difficult OOC Schedule?
Since everyone is posting their future schedules so will I.

2018
Northern Arizona
@UNLV
@Tennessee
NMSU

2019
Houston Baptist
@ Texas Tech
@ NMSU
Nevada

2020
Texas Tech
@ Nevada
NMSU
*open

2021
@ Boise St
@ NMSU
*open
*open

2022
@ Oklahoma
Boise St
NMSU
*open

UNLV owes us a return game so it most likely goes in the 2021 season.
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RE: Who has the most difficult OOC Schedule?
Marshall's future schedules... we have some decent home OOC slates coming up the next few years with a couple ACC teams in Pitt and NC State, Boise, Navy, ECU, and Cincinnati all coming to Huntington.

2018
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at Miami of Ohio
EASTERN KENTUCKY
at South Carolina
NC STATE

2019
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VMI
at Boise State
OHIO
CINCINNATI

2020
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at East Carolina
at Ohio
PITT
BOISE STATE

2021
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at Navy
EAST CAROLINA
at Appalachian State

2022
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NAVY
APPALACHIAN STATE
(This post was last modified: 08-07-2017 08:44 PM by CoachMaclid.)
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RE: Who has the most difficult OOC Schedule?
La Tech future schedules

2018
@ South Alabama
Southern
@ Mississippi State
@ LSU

2019
@ Texas
Grambling State
@ Bowling Green
UMass

2020
@UNLV (first collegiate game in new Raiders stadium)
@ Baylor

2021
@ Mississippi State
Baylor
Bowling Green

2022
@ Baylor
@ Clemson
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(08-07-2017 08:45 PM)techdawg28 Wrote:  La Tech future schedules

Wow, you guys need some home games.
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(08-06-2017 11:43 AM)ODU AGGIE Wrote:  7. Charlotte (140 points) – NC A&T, Eastern Michigan, Kansas State, Georgia State

Charlotte having the easiest schedule seems appropriate...

This probably represents a win, two toss ups, and a butt-kicking. That seems about right.
08-07-2017 09:04 PM
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(08-07-2017 02:45 PM)TribeNiner Wrote:  Charlotte's future schedules from what I can find (someone feel free to correct me if there have been changes):

2018:
Fordham
Appy St
@UMass
@Tennessee

2019:
Gardner Webb
@Appy St
UMass
@Clemson

2020:
@Tennessee
Norfolk St
@Duke
Georgia State

2021:
Duke
@Georgia State
@Illinois

2022:
Maryland
@Georgia State
@Indiana

2023:
@Maryland
Georgia State
@Indiana

2024:
@UNC-CHeat

2025:
UNC-CHeat

Not sure about the FCS hate given one win over FCS counts toward bowl eligibility (and just ask Virginia how it felt to have Richmond put their backups in last year); but, your method, your rules. For those seasons where we have a full slate (using this year's points), we still have an FCS game each year, so we'd be at 189 (2018), 202 (2019), and 198 (2020). The methodology seems deceiving considering we're playing Tennessee twice, Duke, and Clemson in that three year span.

Looking at your projected numbers for 2018, 2019 and 2020, Charlotte would be 11th, 8th and 10th if inserted individually into this year's rankings. That's really not bad. The problem for you however is not that you get no points for a FCS team, it is that Charlotte is playing only one P5 team in any of those years.

App State is a nice mid-grade team, but a Tennessee/App State combo for your two toughest teams cannot compare with those teams that schedule two P5 teams. Even that will not necessarily result in a higher strength of schedule if the P5 teams are relatively weak. WKU can attest to that.

Finally, I don't believe the methodology is deceiving. For 2018 - 2020, I think a P5-G5-G5-FCS schedule gives you what you realistically have -- a middle-third C-USA OOC strength of schedule. As for this year, scheduling App State instead of GA State would have resulted in an additional 51 points, bringing Charlotte up to 10th place. Frankly, it just depends on who you schedule.
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(08-07-2017 02:18 PM)WKUFan518 Wrote:  
(08-07-2017 08:49 AM)BlueraiderJT Wrote:  We should have the toughest OOC schedule for the next 2 years after this season too.

2018 - @Vandy, @Georgia and @Kentucky

2019 - @Iowa, @Michigan and Duke at home

We'll be playing 3 P5's per year for the foreseeable future and I'm very happy about it.

Man you guys low on cash?

Yup.
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(08-07-2017 08:50 PM)CoachMaclid Wrote:  
(08-07-2017 08:45 PM)techdawg28 Wrote:  La Tech future schedules

Wow, you guys need some home games.

Yep.
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(08-06-2017 03:30 PM)ODU AGGIE Wrote:  Ok, here's the West and the consolidated conference rankings. As we all knew they would, Rice leads the West (and the conference), and it's not even close. UTSA comes in at number two in the West, and as we anticipated and as is appropriate, UAB has the least difficult schedule in the West. A little surprisingly, Charlotte has the overall easiest OOC schedule, with UAB sliding in just ahead of them and tied with WKU. I will repeat the East rankings here just so you can see everything all together.

1. Middle Tennessee (251 points) – Vanderbilt, Minnesota, Syracuse, Bowling Green
2. Marshall (239 points) – Miami (Ohio), NC State, Kent State, Cincinnati
3. Old Dominion (222 points) – Albany, North Carolina, Virginia Tech, UMass
4. Florida International (194 points) – Alcorn State, Central Florida, Indiana, Tulane
5. Florida Atlantic (183 points) – Bethune-Cookman, Navy, Wisconsin, Buffalo
6. Western Kentucky (157 points) – Eastern Kentucky, Ball State, Illinois, Vanderbilt
7. Charlotte (140 points) – NC A&T, Eastern Michigan, Kansas State, Georgia State

1. Rice (345 points) – Stanford, Houston, Pitt, Army
2. UTEP (276 points) - Oklahoma, Arizona, New Mexico State, Army
3. Southern Miss (216 points) – Southern, Kentucky, LA-Monroe, Tennessee
4. LA Tech (211 points) – Northwestern State, South Alabama, Mississippi State, South Carolina
5. North Texas (201 points) – SMU, Lamar, Iowa, Army
6. UTSA (179 points) – Southern, Texas State, Baylor, Houston
7. UAB (157 points) – Alabama A&M, Ball State, Coastal Carolina, Florida

1. Rice (345 points) – Stanford, Houston, Pitt, Army
2. UTEP (276 points) - Oklahoma, Arizona, New Mexico State, Army
3. Middle Tennessee (251 points) – Vanderbilt, Minnesota, Syracuse, Bowling Green
4. Marshall (239 points) – Miami (Ohio), NC State, Kent State, Cincinnati
5. Old Dominion (222 points) – Albany, North Carolina, Virginia Tech, UMass
6. Southern Miss (216 points) – Southern, Kentucky, LA-Monroe, Tennessee
7. LA Tech (211 points) – Northwestern State, South Alabama, Mississippi State, South Carolina
8. North Texas (201 points) – SMU, Lamar, Iowa, Army
9. Florida International (194 points) – Alcorn State, Central Florida, Indiana, Tulane
10. Florida Atlantic (183) – Bethune-Cookman, Navy, Wisconsin, Buffalo
11. UTSA (179 points) – Southern, Texas State, Baylor, Houston
12. Western Kentucky (157) – Eastern Kentucky, Ball State, Illinois, Vanderbilt
13. UAB (157 points) – Alabama A&M, Ball State, Coastal Carolina, Florida
14. Charlotte (140) – NC A&T, Eastern Michigan, Kansas State, Georgia State

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