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The 2021 college football season is slowly approaching – yes we recommend enjoying your summer, but as of today we’re less than 100 days away from the first few games. (PHOTO COURTESY: Pilot MKN on Visualhunt / CC BY)
By Matt Noonan
Sure, we’re only a day (or two) away from Memorial Day Weekend, but we’re also another day closer to a brand new season of college football.
Of course we want everyone to enjoy their summer, especially after a turbulent year for many, but countdowns have started on social media – some teams and coaches are counting the days to their first competition, which will most likely take place every Friday, September 3rd or Saturday September 4th.
Ten teams including, according to ESPN.com Hawaii and UCLA are expected to compete a week earlier on Saturday, August 28th, while more matchups will follow on Wednesday, September 1st, and Thursday, September 2nd.
Alabamathat captured the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) Title in January, its campaign will begin on Saturday September 4th against Miami – The game is one of many that can be seen on the first official weekend of the season Clemson is entertained Georgia that evening at 7:30 p.m. Both games are broadcast on ABC.
Our lady and Florida State will close on Sunday, September 5th at 7:30 p.m. beforehand Louisville and Be a miss The weekend on Monday September 6th.
While we’ll keep an eye on different teams from the northeast coast to the west coast (and other parts of the country this fall), there will be some local games (and yes, follow!) Over the opening weekend. including Colgate at the Boston College (September 4th), UMass at the Pittsburgh (September 4th) and holy cross at the UConn (September 4th).
September 4th will also be a busy day for numerous NCAA Division II and III teams – it will certainly be an exciting moment for many who would like to get back on the field, as most teams are due last fall or this spring of the coronavirus (Covid19 pandemic.
All in all, we look forward to the upcoming college football season – keep an eye out for more content over the next few weeks and months as we near the start – and look forward to additional content for the pros and high schools too to produce .