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RE: B1G scheduling philosophy
(01-17-2020 10:44 AM)bullet Wrote:  
(01-17-2020 04:19 AM)BruceMcF Wrote:  
(01-11-2020 09:03 AM)Crayton Wrote:  I believe it was relaxed in years where they only had 4 conference home games. Not sure how strictly that principle has been followed, before or after.

Really hard to tell before, since when the original AD agreement was made, they grandfathered in games already contracted. So you would have needed to have had a good database of contracted games that included the dates when the games were announced, plus a list of any waivers that were granted for one reason or another.

But that was also when they were negotiating for a new contract. Once they landed one, it is easier to run a compromise like the "when your division has 4 Big Ten home games" by the media partners to see if they object.


Nobody schedules FCS games 3 years in advance, at least not any FBS schools. Those are usually the last games scheduled.
NAU has FBS games scheduled through at least 2029
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RE: B1G scheduling philosophy
Things have changed in the last 3-4 years. Texas does have things scheduled out further than ever before. It used to be that 3 seasons out would have a hole and little was beyond 5 or 6 years.

https://247sports.com/college/texas/Arti...142631721/

"...Texas Future Non-Conference Schedules

2020: South Florida (Sept. 5), at LSU (Sept. 12), UTEP (Sept. 19)

2021: Louisiana (Sept. 4) at Arkansas (Sept. 11), Rice (Sept. 18)

2022: Louisiana-Monroe (Sept. 3), Alabama (Sept. 10), UTSA (Sept. 17)


2023: Rice (Sept. 2), at Alabama (Sept. 9), Wyoming (Sept. 16)

2024: Colorado State (Aug. 31), Michigan (Sept. 7), UTSA (Sept. 14)

2025: at Ohio State (Aug, 30), UTEP (Sept. 13)

2026: Texas State (Sept. 5), Ohio State (Sept. 12), UTSA (Sept. 19)

2027: at Michigan (Sept. 11), UTEP (Sept. 18)

2028: Georgia (Sept. 2), UTSA (Sept. 16)

2029: at Georgia (Sept. 1), UTEP (Sept. 15)

2030: at Florida (Sept. 7), UTSA (Sept. 14)

2031: Florida (Sept. 6), UTEP (Sept. 13)


2032: at Arizona State (Sept. 11)"
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RE: B1G scheduling philosophy
For that last game, Texas has:
Rice-2
UTSA-5
UTEP-5
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(01-23-2020 05:39 PM)bullet Wrote:  For that last game, Texas has:
Rice-2
UTSA-5
UTEP-5

Doing 1 P5, 1 C-USA Texas G5, and one Sun Belt or MWC G5 every year
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(01-23-2020 05:38 PM)bullet Wrote:  Things have changed in the last 3-4 years. ...

It's just like commodity processors buying futures in the face of a rally in the underlying commodity ... with the buy game market price rising, it makes sense to sign the contract now. If you have to breach it, the penalty could easily be less than the added cost of waiting a few years and signing it then.
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