College GameDay: All-Time Appearances, Locations, and Hosts

    Take a closer look at the numbers behind ESPN's College GameDay including all-time appearances, most wins, and more.

    The long, illustrious history of ESPN’s flagship College GameDay is often referred to as the gold standard of college football pregame content. The show first debuted in 1993 and travels around to some of the top college football games across the country every week each season.

    Who leads the way with the most appearances? What about host cities? Where has it been more than anywhere else?

    College GameDay: Most Appearances

    The first College GameDay episode aired in 1993 before the Notre Dame vs. Florida State classic and has been around ever since. However, neither Notre Dame nor Florida State owns the title of most appearances.

    Ohio State has appeared on College GameDay — whether as the host or the visiting team — a record 58 times. That’s two clear of the next closest team and 16 clear of third place.

    Most College GameDay Appearances as Host/Visitor

    • Ohio State – 59
    • Alabama – 58
    • Florida – 42
    • Oklahoma – 41
    • Michigan – 38
    • Notre Dame – 36
    • Florida State – 35

    Ohio State was the first team to appear in three GameDay games in the same regular season, doing so in 1996. Ohio State defeated Notre Dame, 29-16, defeated Penn State, 38-7, and defeated Iowa, 38-26, in such games back in ’96. They’ve made an appearance on GameDay in every season since 2012, and in 21 of the past 23 seasons, have made at least one appearance.

    OSU will appear a third time in 2023 with their slot as the visitor in Week 13. In Week 4, OSU visited Notre Dame and in Week 8 they hosted Penn State in their GameDay appearances in 2023.

    Army has the most appearances of non-Power Five schools, getting the benefit of the Army-Navy game but edging out the Midshipmen in the process.

    James Madison — Harrisonburg, Virginia — and North Dakota State — Fargo, North Dakota — are the only sites to host two FCS contests, leading the way among FCS teams.

    Most Times Hosting College GameDay

    • Ohio State – 23
    • Alabama – 19
    • Florida, LSU – 12

    The Buckeyes also own the title of most times hosting GameDay. OSU has hosted College GameDay a record 23 times, as Columbus has seen many spectacles over the years.

    Most Wins During College GameDay Appearances

    • Ohio State – 39 (39-18)
    • Alabama – 36 (36-20)
    • Florida – 26 (26-16)
    • Oklahoma – 26 (26-13)
    • LSU – 21 (21-13)

    With great power comes great responsibility, and the Buckeyes have lived up to that responsibility. They’ve won 39 of 58 appearances on GameDay, at least two years ahead of their nearest counterpart, Alabama.

    Georgia Tech is the only program with at least six appearances without a win as the Yellow Jackets own the unfortunate claim of most College GameDay appearances without a victory.

    The USC Trojans have the best win percentage on GameDay, currently owning an 18-6 record, best of schools with at least five appearances.

    College GameDay All-Time Locations, Appearances by Year

    Below are the annual cities, winning and losing teams, and host teams (bolded) for College GameDay since 1993.

    2023

    • Sept. 2 – Charlotte, NC – No. 21 North Carolina, 31-17, South Carolina
    • Sept. 9 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 11 Texas, 34-24, No. 3 Alabama
    • Sept. 16 – Boulder, CO – No. 18 Colorado, 43-35, Colorado State
    • Sept. 23 – South Bend, IN – No. 6 Ohio State, 17-14, No. 9 Notre Dame
    • Sept. 30 – Durham, NC – No. 11 Notre Dame, 21-14, No. 17 Duke
    • Oct-7 – Dallas, TX – No. 12 Oklahoma, 34-30, No. 3 Texas
    • Oct-14 – Seattle, WA – No. 7 Washington, 36-33, No. 8 Oregon
    • Oct-21 – Columbus, OH – No. 3 Ohio State, 20-12, No. 6 Penn State
    • Oct-28 – Salt Lake City, UT – No. 8 Oregon, 35-6, No. 13 Utah
    • Nov-4 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 8 Alabama, 42-28, No. 14 LSU
    • Nov-11 – Athens, GA – No. 2 Georgia, 52-17, No. 10 Ole Miss
    • Nov-18 – Harrisonburg, VA – Appalachian State, 26-23 (OT), James Madison
    • Nov-26 – Ann Arbor, MI – No. 3 Michigan,30-24, No. 2 Ohio State
    • Dec-2 – Atlanta, GA (SEC Championship) – No. 1 Georgia vs. No. 8 Alabama

    2022

    • Sept. 1 – Pittsburgh, PA – No. 17 Pittsburgh, 38-31, West Virginia
    • Sept. 3 – Columbus, OH – No. 2 Ohio State, 21-10, No. 5 Notre Dame
    • Sept. 10 – Austin, TX – No. 1 Alabama, 20-19, Texas
    • Sept. 17 – Boone, NC – Appalachian State, 32-28, Troy
    • Sept. 24 – Knoxville, TN – No. 11 Tennessee, 38-33, No. 20 Florida
    • Oct-1 – Clemson, SC – No. 5 Clemson, 30-20, No. 10 NC State
    • Oct-8 – Lawrence, KS – No. 17 TCU, 38-31, No. 19 Kansas
    • Oct-15 – Knoxville, TN – No. 6 Tennessee, 52-49, No. 3 Alabama
    • Oct-22 – Eugene, OR – No. 10 Oregon, 45-30, No. 9 UCLA
    • Oct-29 – Jackson, MS – FCS No. 5 Jackson State, 35-0, Southern
    • Nov-5 – Athens, GA – No. 3 Georgia, 27-13, No. 1 Tennessee
    • Nov-12 – Austin, TX – No. 4 TCU, 17-10, No. 18 Texas
    • Nov-19 – Bozeman, MT – FCS No. 3 Montana State, 55-21, FCS No. 12 Montana
    • Nov-26 – Columbus, OH – No. 3 Michigan, 45-23, No. 2 Ohio State
    • Dec-3 – Arlington, TX (Big 12 Championship) – No. 10 Kansas State, 31-28 (OT), No. 3 TCU
    • Dec-31 – Atlanta, GA (CFP Semifinal) – No. 1 Georgia, 42-41, No. 4 Ohio State
    • Jan-2 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 11 Penn State, 35-21, No. 8 Utah
    • Jan-9 – Inglewood, CA (CFP National Championship) – No. 1 Georgia, 65-7, No. 3 TCU

    2021

    • Aug-28 – Atlanta, GA – North Carolina Central, 23-14, Alcorn State
    • Sept. 4 – Charlotte, NC – No. 5 Georgia, 10-3, No. 3 Clemson
    • Sept. 11 – Ames, IA – No. 10 Iowa, 27-17, No. 9 Iowa State
    • Sept. 18 – University Park, PA – No. 10 Penn State, 28-20, No. 22 Auburn
    • Sept. 25 – Chicago (Soldier Field) – No. 12 Notre Dame, 41-13, No. 18 Wisconsin
    • Oct-2 – Athens, GA – No. 2 Georgia, 37-0, No. 8 Arkansas
    • Oct-9 – Dallas, TX (Cotton Bowl) – No. 6 Oklahoma, 55-48, No. 21 Texas
    • Oct-16 – Athens, GA – No. 1 Georgia, 30-13, No. 11 Kentucky
    • Oct-23 – Los Angeles, CA – No. 10 Oregon, 34-31, UCLA
    • Oct-30 – East Lansing, MI – No. 8 Michigan State, 37-33, No. 6 Michigan
    • Nov-6 – Cincinnati, OH – No. 6 Cincinnati, 28-20, Tulsa
    • Nov-13 – Oxford, MS – No. 15 Ole Miss, 29-19, No. 11 Texas A&M
    • Nov-20 – Columbus, OH – No. 4 Ohio State, 56-7, No. 7 Michigan State
    • Nov-27 – Ann Arbor, MI – No. 5 Michigan, 42-27, No. 2 Ohio State
    • Dec-4 – Atlanta, GA (SEC Championship) – No. 3 Alabama, 41-24, No. 1 Georgia
    • Dec-11 – East Rutherford, NJ – Navy, 17-13, Army
    • Dec-31 – Miami Gardens, FL (CFP Semifinal) – No. 3 Georgia, 34-11, No. 2 Michigan
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 7 Ohio State, 48-45, No. 10 Utah
    • Jan-10 – Indianapolis, IN (CFP National Championship) – No. 3 Georgia, 33-18, No. 1 Alabama

    2020

    • Sept. 5 – Bristol, CT (ESPN Studios)
    • Sept. 12 – Winston-Salem, NC – No. 1 Clemson, 37-13, Wake Forest
    • Sept. 19 – Louisville, KY – No. 17 Miami (FL), 47-34, No. 18 Louisville
    • Sept. 26 – Miami Gardens, FL – No. 12 Miami (FL), 52-10, Florida State
    • Oct-3 – Athens, GA – No. 4 Georgia, 27-6, No. 7 Auburn
    • Oct-10 – Clemson, SC – No. 1 Clemson, 42-17, No. 7 Miami (FL)
    • Oct-17 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 2 Alabama, 41-24, No. 3 Georgia
    • Oct-24 – Minneapolis, MN – No. 18 Michigan, 49-24, No. 21 Minnesota
    • Oct-31 – University Park, PA – No. 3 Ohio State, 38-25, No. 18 Penn State
    • Nov-7 – South Bend, IN – No. 4 Notre Dame, 47-40 (2OT), No. 1 Clemson
    • Nov-14 – Augusta, GA (Site of the Masters)
    • Nov-21 – Norman, OK – No. 18 Oklahoma, 41-13, No. 14 Oklahoma State
    • Nov-28 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 1 Alabama, 42-13, No. 22 Auburn
    • Dec-5 – Conway, SC – No. 18 Coastal Carolina, 22-17, No. 13 BYU
    • Dec-12 – West Point, NY – Army, 15-0, Navy
    • Dec-19 – Charlotte, NC ACC Championship – No. 3 Clemson, 34-10, No. 2 Notre Dame”
    • Jan-1 – New Orleans, LA (CFP semifinal) – No. 3 Ohio State, 49-28, No. 2 Clemson
    • Jan-11 – Miami Gardens, FL (CFP National Championship) – No. 1 Alabama, 52-24, No. 3 Ohio State

    2019

    • Aug-24 – Orlando, FL (Disney World) – No. 8 Florida, 24-20, Miami
    • Aug-29 – Clemson, SC – No. 1 Clemson, 52-14, Georgia Tech
    • Aug-31 – Arlington, TX – No. 16 Auburn, 27-21, No. 11 Oregon
    • Sept. 7 – Austin, TX – No. 6 LSU, 45-38, No. 10 Texas
    • Sept. 14 – Ames, IA – No. 20 Iowa, 18-17, Iowa State
    • Sept. 21 – Athens, GA – No. 3 Georgia, 23-17, No. 7 Notre Dame
    • Sept. 28 – Lincoln, NE – No. 5 Ohio State, 48-7, Nebraska
    • Oct-5 – Gainesville, FL – No. 10 Florida, 24-13, No. 7 Auburn
    • Oct-12 – Baton Rouge, LA – No. 5 LSU, 42-28, No. 7 Florida
    • Oct-19 – University Park, PA – No. 7 Penn State, 28-21, No. 16 Michigan
    • Oct-26 – Brookings, SD – North Dakota State, 23-16, South Dakota State
    • Nov-2 – Memphis, TN – No. 24 Memphis, 54-48, No. 15 SMU
    • Nov-9 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 2 LSU, 46-41, No. 3 Alabama
    • Nov-16 – Waco, TX – No. 10 Oklahoma, 34-31, No. 13 Baylor
    • Nov-23 – Columbus, OH – No. 2 Ohio State, 28-17, No. 8 Penn State
    • Nov-30 – Minneapolis, MN – No. 12 Wisconsin, 38-17, No. 8 Minnesota
    • Dec-7 – Atlanta, GA (SEC Championship Game) – No. 2 LSU, 37-10, No. 4 Georgia
    • Dec-14 – Philadelphia, PA – No. 23 Navy, 31-7, Army
    • Dec-28 – Glendale, AZ (CFP semifinals) – No. 3 Clemson, 29-23, No. 2 Ohio State
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 6 Oregon, 28-27, No. 8 Wisconsin
    • Jan-13 – New Orleans, LA (CFP National Championship) – No. 1 LSU, 42-35, No. 3 Clemson

    2018

    • Sept. 1 – South Bend, IN – No. 12 Notre Dame, 24-17, No. 14 Michigan
    • Sept. 8 – College Station, TX – No. 2 Clemson, 28-26, Texas A&M
    • Sept. 15 – Forth Worth, TX (Game in Arlington, TX) – No. 4 Ohio State, 40-28, No. 15 TCU
    • Sept. 22 – Eugene, OR – No. 7 Stanford, 38-31 OT, No. 20 Oregon
    • Sept. 29 – University Park, PA – No. 4 Ohio State, 27-26, No. 9 Penn State
    • Oct-6 – Dallas, TX – No. 19 Texas, 48-45, No. 7 Oklahoma
    • Oct-13 – Ann Arbor, MI – No. 12 Michigan, 38-13, No. 15 Wisconsin
    • Oct-20 – Pullman, WA – No. 25 Washington State, 34-20, No. 12 Oregon
    • Oct-27 – Jacksonville, FL – No. 7 Georgia, 36-17, No. 9 Florida
    • Nov-3 – Baton Rouge, LA – No. 1 Alabama, 29-0, No. 4 LSU
    • Nov-10 – Chestnut Hill, LA – No. 2 Clemson, 27-7, No. 17 Boston College
    • Nov-17 – Orlando, FL – No. 11 UCF, 38-13, No. 19 Cincinnati
    • Nov-24 – Columbus, OH – No. 10 Ohio State, 62-39, No. 4 Michigan
    • Dec-1 – Atlanta, GA (SEC Championship) – No. 1 Alabama, 35-28, No. 4 Georgia
    • Dec-8 – Philadelphia, PA – No. 22 Army, 17-10, Navy
    • Dec-29 – Miami Gardens, FL (CFP Semifinal) – No. 1 Alabama, 45-34, No. 4 Oklahoma
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 6 Ohio State, 28-23, No. 9 Washington
    • Jan-7 – Santa Clara, CA (CFP National Championship) – No. 2 Clemson, 44-16, No. 1 Alabama

    2017

    • Aug-31 – Bloomington, IN – No. 2 Ohio State, 49-21, Indiana
    • Sept. 2 – Atlanta, GA – No. 1 Alabama, 24-7, No. 3 Florida State
    • Sept. 9 – Columbus, OH – No. 5 Oklahoma, 31-16, No. 2 Ohio State
    • Sept. 16 – Louisville, KY – No. 3 Clemson, 47-21, No. 14 Louisville
    • Sept. 23 – Times Square, NY
    • Sept. 30 – Blacksburg, VA – No. 2 Clemson, 31-17, No. 12 Virginia Tech
    • Oct-7 – Fort Worth, TX – No. 8 TCU, 31-24, No. 23 West Virginia
    • Oct-14 – Harrisonburg, VA – FCS No. 1 James Madison, 30-8, FCS No. 11 Villanova
    • Oct-21 – University Park, PA – No. 2 Penn State, 42-13, No. 19 Michigan
    • Oct-28 – Columbus, OH – No. 6 Ohio State, 39-38, No. 2 Penn State
    • Nov-4 – Stillwater, OK – No. 8 Oklahoma, 62-52, No. 11 Oklahoma State
    • Nov-11 – Miami Gardens, FL – No. 7 Miami, 41-8, No. 3 Notre Dame
    • Nov-18 – Madison, WI – No. 5 Wisconsin, 24-10, No. 19 Michigan
    • Nov-25 – Auburn, AL – No. 6 Auburn, 26-14, No. 1 Alabama
    • Dec-2 – Charlotte, NC (ACC Championship) – No. 1 Clemson, 38-3, No. 7 Miami
    • Dec-9 – Philadelphia, PA – Army, 14-13, Navy
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (CFP Semifinal) – No. 3 Georgia, 54-48 2OT, No. 2 Oklahoma
    • Jan-8 – Atlanta, GA (CFP National Championship) – No. 4 Alabama, 26-23 OT, No. 3 Georgia

    2016

    • Sept. 3 – Green Bay, WI – Wisconsin, 16-14, No. 5 LSU
    • Sept. 10 – Bristol, TN – No. 17 Tennessee, 45-24, Virginia Tech
    • Sept. 17 – Louisville, KY – No. 10 Louisville, 63-20, No. 2 Florida State
    • Sept. 24 – Knoxville, TN – No. 14 Tennessee, 38-28, No. 19 Florida
    • Oct-1 – Clemson, SC – No. 5 Clemson, 42-36, No. 3 Louisville
    • Oct-8 – College Station, TX – No. 8 Texas A&M, 45-38 2OT, No. 9 Tennessee
    • Oct-15 – Madison, WI – No. 2 Ohio State, 30-23 OT, No. 8 Wisconsin
    • Oct-22 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 1 Alabama, 33-14, No. 6 Texas A&M
    • Oct-29 – Salt Lake City, UT – No. 4 Washington, 31-24, No. 17 Utah
    • Nov-5 – Baton Rouge, LA – No. 1 Alabama, 10-0, No. 15 LSU
    • Nov-12 – Seattle, WA – Southern California, 26-13, No. 4 Washington
    • Nov-19 – Kalamazoo, MI – No. 14 Western Michigan, 38-0, Buffalo
    • Nov-26 – Columbus, OH – No. 2 Ohio State, 30-27 2OT, No. 3 Michigan
    • Dec-3 – Indianapolis, IN (Big Ten Championship) – No. 8 Penn State, 38-31, No. 6 Wisconsin
    • Dec-10 – Baltimore, MD – Army, 21-17, Navy
    • Dec-31 – Glendale, AZ (CFP Semifinal) – No. 3 Clemson, 31-0, No. 2 Ohio State
    • Jan-2 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 9 Southern California, 52-49, No. 5 Penn State
    • Jan-9 – Tampa, FL (CFP National Championship) – No. 3 Clemson, 35-31, No. 1 Alabama

    2015

    • Sept. 5 – Arlington, TX – No. 3 Alabama, 35-17, No. 20 Wisconsin
    • Sept. 12 – East Lansing, MI – No. 5 Michigan State, 31-28, No. 7 Oregon
    • Sept. 19 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 15 Ole Miss, 43-37, No. 2 Alabama
    • Sept. 26 – Tucson, AZ – No. 9 UCLA, 56-30, No. 16 Arizona
    • Oct-3 – Clemson, SC – No. 12 Clemson, 24-22, No. 6 Notre Dame
    • Oct-10 – Salt Lake City, UT – No. 5 Utah, 30-24, No. 23 California
    • Oct-17 – Ann Arbor, MI – No. 7 Michigan State, 27-23, No. 12 Michigan
    • Oct-24 – Harrisonburg, VA – FCS No. 11 Richmond, 59-49, FCS No. 4 James Madison
    • Oct-31 – Philadelphia, PA – No. 9 Notre Dame, 24-20, No. 21 Temple
    • Nov-7 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 7 Alabama, 30-16, No. 4 LSU
    • Nov-14 – Waco, TX – No. 12 Oklahoma, 44-34, No. 4 Baylor
    • Nov-21 – Columbus, OH – No. 9 Michigan State, 17-14, No. 2 Ohio State
    • Nov-28 – Stillwater, OK – No. 5 Oklahoma, 58-23, No. 9 Oklahoma State
    • Dec-5 – Indianapolis, IN (Big Ten Championship) – No. 5 Michigan State, 16-13, No. 4 Iowa
    • Dec-12 – Philadelphia, PA – No. 21 Navy, 21-17, Army
    • Dec-31 – Miami Gardens, FL (CFP Semifinal) – No. 1 Clemson, 37-17, No. 4 Oklahoma
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 5 Stanford, 45-16, No. 6 Iowa
    • Jan-11 – Glendale, AZ (CFP National Championship) – No. 2 Alabama, 45-40, No. 1 Clemson

    2014

    • Aug-30 – Arlington, TX – No. 1 Florida State, 37-31, Oklahoma State
    • Sept. 6 – Eugene, OR – No. 3 Oregon, 46-27, No. 7 Michigan State
    • Sept. 13 – Fargo, ND – FCS No. 1 North Dakota State, 58-0, Incarnate Word
    • Sept. 20 – Tallahassee, FL – No. 1 Florida State, 23-17 OT, No. 22 Clemson
    • Sept. 27 – Columbia, SC – Missouri, 21-20, No. 13 South Carolina
    • Oct-4 – Oxford, MS – No. 11 Ole Miss, 23-17, No. 3 Alabama
    • Oct-11 – Starkville, MS – No. 3 Mississippi State, 38-23, No. 2 Auburn
    • Oct-18 – Tallahassee, FL – No. 2 Florida State, 31-27, No. 5 Notre Dame
    • Oct-25 – Baton Rouge, LA – No. 24 LSU, 10-7, No. 3 Ole Miss
    • Nov-1 – Morgantown, WV – No. 10 TCU, 31-30, No. 20 West Virginia
    • Nov-8 – East Lansing, MI – No. 13 Ohio State, 49-37, No. 7 Michigan State
    • Nov-15 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 4 Alabama, 25-20, No. 1 Mississippi State
    • Nov-22 – Boston, MA – FCS No. 14 Harvard, 31-24, Yale
    • Nov-29 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 1 Alabama, 55-44, No. 15 Auburn
    • Dec-6 – Waco, TX – No. 5 Baylor, 38-27, No. 9 Kansas State
    • Dec-13 – Baltimore, MD – Navy, 17-10, Army
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (CFP Semifinal) – No. 3 Oregon, 59-20, No. 2 Florida State
    • Jan-12 – Arlington, TX (CFP National Championship) – No. 4 Ohio State, 42-20, No. 3 Oregon

    2013

    • Aug-31 – Clemson, SC – No. 8 Clemson, 38-35, No. 5 Georgia
    • Sept. 7 – Ann Arbor, MI – No. 17 Michigan, 41-30, No. 13 Notre Dame
    • Sept. 14 – College Station, TX – No. 1 Alabama, 49-42, No. 6 Texas A&M
    • Sept. 21 – Fargo, ND – FCS No. 1 North Dakota State, 51-0, Delaware State
    • Sept. 28 – Athens, GA – No. 9 Georgia, 44-41, No. 6 LSU
    • Oct-5 – Evanston, IL – No. 4 Ohio State, 40-30, No. 16 Northwestern
    • Oct-12 – Seattle, WA – No. 12 Oregon, 45-24, No. 16 Washington
    • Oct-19 – Clemson, SC – No. 5 Florida State, 51-14, No. 3 Clemson
    • Oct-26 – Eugene, OR – No. 2 Oregon, 42-14, No. 12 UCLA
    • Nov-2 – Tallahassee, FL – No. 3 Florida State, 41-14, No. 7 Miami
    • Nov-9 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 1 Alabama, 38-17, No. 10 LSU
    • Nov-16 – Los Angeles, CA – Southern California, 20-17, No. 5 Stanford
    • Nov-23 – Stillwater, OK – No. 11 Oklahoma State, 49-17, No. 3 Baylor
    • Nov-30 – Auburn, AL – No. 4 Auburn, 34-28, No. 1 Alabama
    • Dec-7 – Indianapolis, IN (Big Ten Championship) – No. 10 Michigan State, 34-24, No. 2 Ohio State
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 4 Michigan State, 24-20, No. 5 Stanford”
    • Jan-6 – Pasadena, CA (BCS National Championship) – No. 1 Florida State, 34-31, No. 2 Auburn

    2012

    • Sept. 1 – Arlington, TX – No. 2 Alabama, 41-14, No. 8 Michigan
    • Sept. 8 – College Station, TX – No. 24 Florida, 20-17, Texas A&M
    • Sept. 15 – Knoxville, TN – No. 18 Florida, 37-20, No. 23 Tennessee
    • Sept. 22 – Tallahassee, FL – No. 4 Florida State, 49-37, No. 10 Clemson
    • Sept. 29 – East Lansing, MI – No. 14 Ohio State, 17-16, No. 20 Michigan State
    • Oct-6 – Columbia, SC – No. 6 South Carolina, 35-7, No. 5 Georgia
    • Oct-13 – South Bend, IN – No. 7 Notre Dame, 20-13 OT, No. 17 Stanford
    • Oct-20 – Gainesville, FL – No. 3 Florida, 44-11, No. 9 South Carolina
    • Oct-27 – Norman, OK – No. 5 Notre Dame, 30-13, No. 8 Oklahoma
    • Nov-3 – Baton Rouge, LA – No. 1 Alabama, 21-17, No. 5 LSU
    • Nov-10 – USS San Diego – Troy, 41-31, Navy
    • Nov-17 – Eugene, OR – No. 14 Stanford, 17-14 OT, No. 1 Oregon
    • Nov-24 – Los Angeles, CA – No. 1 Notre Dame, 22-13, Southern California
    • Dec-1 – Atlanta, GA (SEC Championship) – No. 2 Alabama, 32-28, No. 3 Georgia
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 8 Stanford, 20-14, No. 23 Wisconsin
    • Jan-2 – New Orleans, LA (Sugar Bowl) – No. 22 Louisville, 33-23, No. 4 Florida
    • Jan-7 – Miami Gardens, FL (BCS National Championship) – No. 2 Alabama, 42-14, No. 1 Notre Dame

    2011

    • Sept. 3 – Arlington, TX – No. 4 LSU, 40-27, No. 3 Oregon
    • Sept. 10 – Ann Arbor, MI – Michigan, 35-31, Notre Dame
    • Sept. 17 – Tallahassee, FL – No. 1 Oklahoma, 23-13, No. 5 Florida State
    • Sept. 24 – Morgantown, WV – No. 2 LSU, 47-21, No. 16 West Virginia
    • Oct-1 – Madison, WI – No. 7 Wisconsin, 48-17, No. 8 Nebraska
    • Oct-8 – Dallas, TX – No. 3 Oklahoma, 55-17, No. 11 Texas
    • Oct-15 – Eugene, OR – No. 9 Oregon, 41-27, No. 18 Arizona State
    • Oct-22 – East Lansing, MI – No. 15 Michigan State, 37-31, No. 4 Wisconsin
    • Oct-29 – Los Angeles, CA – No. 4 Stanford, 56-48 3OT, No. 20 Southern California
    • Nov-5 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 1 LSU, 9-6 OT, No. 2 Alabama
    • Nov-12 – Stanford, CA – No. 6 Oregon, 53-30, No. 3 Stanford
    • Nov-19 – Houston, TX – No. 10 Houston, 37-7, SMU
    • Nov-26 – Auburn, AL – No. 2 Alabama, 42-14, No. 24 Auburn
    • Dec-3 – Atlanta, GA (SEC Championship) – No. 1 LSU, 42-10, No. 12 Georgia
    • Jan-2 “– Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 6 Oregon, 45-38, No. 9 Wisconsin
    • Jan-3 – New Orleans, LA (Sugar Bowl) – No. 13 Michigan, 23-20, No. 17 Virginia Tech
    • Jan-4 – Miami Gardens, FL (Orange Bowl) – No. 23 West Virginia, 70-33, No. 14 Clemson
    • Jan-9 – New Orleans, LA (BCS National Championship) – No. 2 Alabama, 21-0, No. 1 LSU

    2010

    • Sept. 4 – Atlanta, GA – No. 21 LSU, 30-24, No. 18 North Carolina
    • Sept. 11 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 1 Alabama, 24-3, No. 18 Penn State
    • Sept. 18 – Auburn, AL – No. 16 Auburn, 27-24 OT, Clemson
    • Sept. 25 – Boise, ID – No. 3 Boise State, 37-24, No. 24 Oregon State
    • Oct-2 – Eugene, OR – No. 4 Oregon, 52-31, No. 9 Stanford
    • Oct-9 – Columbia, SC – No. 19 South Carolina, 35-21, No. 1 Alabama
    • Oct-16 – Madison, WI – No. 18 Wisconsin, 31-18, No. 1 Ohio State
    • Oct-23 – Columbia, MO – No. 18 Missouri, 36-27, No. 3 Oklahoma
    • Oct-30 – Los Angeles, CA – No. 1 Oregon, 53-32, No. 24 Southern California
    • Nov-6 – Salt Lake City – No. 4 TCU, 47-7, No. 6 Utah
    • Nov-13 – Columbus, OH – No. 7 Ohio State, 38-24, Penn State
    • Nov-20 – Chicago, IL – Illinois, 48-27, No. 25 Northwestern
    • Nov-27 – Stillwater, OK – No. 14 Oklahoma, 47-41, No. 10 Oklahoma State
    • Dec-4 – Corvallis, OR – No. 1 Oregon, 37-20, Oregon State
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 3 TCU, 21-19, No. 4 Wisconsin
    • Jan-3 – Miami Gardens, FL (Orange Bowl) – No. 5 Stanford, 40-12, No. 12 Virginia Tech
    • Jan-4 – New Orleans, LA (Sugar Bowl) – No. 6 Ohio State, 31-26, No. 8 Arkansas
    • Jan-10 – Glendale, AZ (BCS National Championship) – No. 1 Auburn, 22-19, No. 2 Oregon

    2009

    • Sept. 5 – Atlanta, GA – No. 5 Alabama, 34-24, No. 7 Virginia Tech
    • Sept. 12 – Columbus, OH – No. 3 Southern California, 18-15, No. 8 Ohio State
    • Sept. 19 – Austin, TX – No. 2 Texas, 34-24, Texas Tech
    • Sept. 26 – University Park, PA – Iowa, 21-10, No. 4 Penn State
    • Oct-3 – Chestnut Hill, MA – Boston College, 28-21, Florida State
    • Oct-10 – Baton Rouge, LA – No. 1 Florida, 13-3, No. 4 LSU
    • Oct-17 – Dallas, TX – No. 3 Texas, 16-13, No. 20 Oklahoma
    • Oct-24 – Provo, UT – No. 7 TCU, 38-7, No. 16 BYU
    • Oct-31 – Eugene, OR – No. 10 Oregon, 47-20, No. 4 Southern California
    • Nov-7 – Colorado Springs, CO – Air Force, 35-7, Army
    • Nov-14 – Fort Worth, TX – No. 4 TCU, 55-28, No. 16 Utah
    • Nov-21 – Tucson, AZ – No. 11 Oregon, 44-41 2OT, Arizona
    • Nov-28 – Gainesville, FL – No. 1 Florida, 37-10, Florida State
    • Dec-5 – Atlanta, GA (SEC Championship) – No. 2 Alabama, 32-13, No. 1 Florida
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 8 Ohio State, 26-17, No. 7 Oregon
    • Jan-7 – Pasadena, CA (BCS National Championship) – No. 1 Alabama, 37-21, No. 2 Texas

    2008

    • Aug-30 – Atlanta, GA – No. 24 Alabama, 34-10, No. 9 Clemson
    • Sept. 6 – Gainesville, FL – No. 5 Florida, 26-3, Miami
    • Sept. 13 – Los Angeles, CA – No. 1 Southern California, 35-3, No. 5 Ohio State
    • Sept. 20 – Auburn, AL – No. 6 LSU, 26-21, No. 9 Auburn
    • Sept. 27 – Athens, GA – No. 8 Alabama, 41-30, No. 3 Georgia
    • Oct-4 – Nashville, TN – No. 19 Vanderbilt, 14-13, No. 13 Auburn
    • Oct-11 – Dallas, TX – No. 5 Texas, 45-35, No. 1 Oklahoma
    • Oct-18 – Austin, TX – No. 1 Texas, 56-31, No. 11 Missouri
    • Oct-25 – Columbus, OH – No. 3 Penn State, 13-6, No. 10 Ohio State
    • Nov-1 – Lubbock, TX – No. 6 Texas Tech, 39-33, No. 1 Texas
    • Nov-8 – Baton Rouge, LA – No. 1 Alabama, 27-21 OT, No. 15 LSU
    • Nov-15 – Tallahassee, FL – Florida A&M (FCS), 45-24, Hampton
    • Nov-22 – Norman, OK – No. 5 Oklahoma, 65-21, No. 2 Texas Tech
    • Nov-29 – Stillwater, OK – No. 3 Oklahoma, 61-41, No. 11 Oklahoma State
    • Dec-6 – Atlanta, GA (SEC Championship) – No. 2 Florida, 31-20, No. 1 Alabama
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 5 Southern California, 38-24, No. 6 Penn State
    • Jan-8 – Miami Gardens, FL (BCS National Championship) – No. 1 Florida, 24-14, No. 2 Oklahoma

    2007

    • Sept. 1 – Blacksburg, VA – No. 9 Virginia Tech, 17-7, East Carolina
    • Sept. 8 – Baton Rouge, LA – No. 2 LSU, 48-7, No. 9 Virginia Tech
    • Sept. 15 – Lincoln, NE – No. 1 Southern California, 49-31, No. 14 Nebraska
    • Sept. 22 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 22 Georgia, 26-23 OT, No. 16 Alabama
    • Sept. 29 – Eugene, OR – No. 6 California, 31-24, No. 11 Oregon
    • Oct-6 – Baton Rouge, LA – No. 1 LSU, 28-24, No. 9 Florida
    • Oct-13 – Norman, OK – No. 6 Oklahoma, 41-31, No. 11 Missouri
    • Oct-20 – Lexington, KY – No. 14 Florida, 45-37, No. 8 Kentucky
    • Oct-27 – University Park, PA – No. 1 Ohio State, 37-17, No. 25 Penn State
    • Nov-3 – Eugene, OR – No. 4 Oregon, 35-23, No. 6 Arizona State
    • Nov-10 – Williamstown, MA – Williams (DIII), 20-0, Amherst
    • Nov-17 – Ann Arbor, MI – No. 7 Ohio State, 14-3, No. 23 Michigan
    • Nov-24 – Kansas City, MO – No. 3 Missouri, 36-28, No. 2 Kansas
    • Dec-1 – San Antonio, TX (Big 12 Championship) – No. 9 Oklahoma, 38-17, No. 1 Missouri
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 6 Southern California, 49-17, No. 13 Illinois
    • Jan-7 – New Orleans, LA (BCS National Championship) – No. 2 LSU, 38-24, No. 1 Ohio State

    2006

    • Sept. 2 – Atlanta, GA – No. 2 Notre Dame, 14-10, Georgia Tech
    • Sept. 4 – Miami, FL – No. 11 Florida State, 13-10, No. 12 Miami
    • Sept. 9 – Austin, TX – No. 1 Ohio State, 24-7, No. 2 Texas
    • Sept. 16 – Los Angeles, CA – No. 4 Southern California, 28-10, No. 19 Nebraska
    • Sept. 23 – Columbus, OH – No. 1 Ohio State, 28-6, No. 24 Penn State
    • Sept. 30 – Iowa City – No. 1 Ohio State, 38-17, No. 13 Iowa
    • Oct-7 – Gainesville, FL – No. 5 Florida, 23-10, No. 9 LSU
    • Oct-14 – Auburn, AL – No. 11 Auburn, 27-17, No. 2 Florida
    • Oct-21 – Clemson, SC – No. 12 Clemson, 31-7, No. 13 Georgia Tech
    • Oct-28 – Columbia, SC – No. 8 Tennessee, 31-24, South Carolina
    • Nov-4 – College Station, TX – No. 18 Oklahoma, 17-16, No. 21 Texas A&M
    • Nov-11 – Fayetteville, AR – No. 11 Arkansas, 31-14, No. 13 Tennessee
    • Nov-18 – Columbus, OH – No. 1 Ohio State, 42-39, No. 2 Michigan
    • Nov-25 – Los Angeles, CA – No. 2 Southern California, 44-24, No. 6 Notre Dame
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 8 Southern California, 32-18, No. 3 Michigan
    • Jan-8 – Glendale, AZ (BCS National Championship) – No. 2 Florida, 41-14, No. 1 Ohio State

    2005

    • Sept. 1 – Columbia, SC – South Carolina, 24-15, UCF
    • Sept. 3 – Pittsburgh, PA – Notre Dame, 42-21, No. 23 Pitt
    • Sept. 10 – Columbus, OH – No. 2 Texas, 25-22, No. 4 Ohio State
    • Sept. 17 – Chestnut Hill, MA – No. 8 Florida State, 28-17, No. 17 Boston College
    • Sept. 24 – Blacksburg, VA – No. 4 Virginia Tech, 51-7, No. 16 Georgia Tech
    • Oct-1 – Tempe, AZ – No. 1 Southern California, 38-28, No. 14 Arizona State
    • Oct-8 – University Park, PA – No. 16 Penn State, 17-10, No. 6 Ohio State
    • Oct-15 – South Bend, IN – No. 1 Southern California, 34-31, No. 9 Notre Dame
    • Oct-22 – Austin, TX – No. 2 Texas, 52-17, No. 8 Texas Tech
    • Oct-29 – Jacksonville, FL – No. 16 Florida, 14-10, No. 4 Georgia
    • Nov-5 – Blacksburg, FL – No. 5 Miami, 27-7, No. 3 Virginia Tech
    • Nov-12 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 5 LSU, 16-13 OT, No. 4 Alabama
    • Nov-19 – East Lansing, MI – No. 5 Penn State, 31-22, Michigan State
    • Nov-26 – New Orleans, LA – Grambling State, 50-35, Southern
    • Dec-3 – Los Angeles, CA – No. 1 Southern California, 66-19, No. 11 UCLA
    • Jan-4 – Pasadena, CA (BCS National Championship) – No. 2 Texas, 41-38, No. 1 Southern California

    2004

    • Sept. 4 – Baton Rouge, LA – No. 4 LSU, 22-21, Oregon State
    • Sept. 11 – Columbia, SC – No. 4 Georgia, 20-16, South Carolina
    • Sept. 18 – East Lansing, MI – Notre Dame, 31-24, Michigan State
    • Sept. 25 – Madison, WI – No. 20 Wisconsin, 16-3, Penn State
    • Oct-2 – Knoxville, TN – No. 8 Auburn, 34-10, No. 10 Tennessee
    • Oct-9 – Los Angeles, CA – No. 1 Southern California, 23-17, No. 7 California
    • Oct-16 – West Lafayette, IN – No. 10 Wisconsin, 20-17, No. 5 Purdue
    • Oct-23 – Raleigh, NC – No. 3 Miami, 45-31, NC State
    • Oct-30 – Stillwater, OK – No. 2 Oklahoma, 38-35, No. 20 Oklahoma State
    • Nov-13 – Auburn, AL – No. 3 Auburn, 24-6, No. 5 Georgia
    • Nov-20 – Salt Lake City, UT – No. 6 Utah, 52-21, BYU
    • Nov-27 – Los Angeles, CA – No. 1 Southern California, 41-10, Notre Dame
    • Dec-4 – Atlanta, GA (SEC Championship) – No. 3 Auburn, 38-28, No. 15 Tennessee
    • Jan-4 – Miami Gardens, FL (BCS National Championship) – No. 1 Southern California, 55-19, No. 2 Oklahoma

    2003

    • Aug-30 – Columbus, OH – No. 2 Ohio State, 28-9, No. 17 Washington
    • Sept. 6 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 1 Oklahoma, 20-13, Alabama
    • Sept. 13 – Ann Arbor, MI – No. 5 Michigan, 38-0, No. 15 Notre Dame
    • Sept. 20 – Baton Rouge, LA – No. 11 LSU, 17-10, No. 7 Georgia
    • Sept. 27 – West Point, NY – South Florida, 28-0, Army
    • Oct-4 – Austin, TX – No. 13 Texas, 24-20, No. 16 Kansas State
    • Oct-11 – Tallahassee, FL – No. 2 Miami, 22-14, No. 5 Florida State
    • Oct-18 – Madison, WI – No. 13 Purdue, 26-23, No. 14 Wisconsin
    • Oct-25 – Bowling Green, OH – No. 23 Bowling Green, 34-18, No. 12 Northern Illinois
    • Nov-1 – Norman, OK – No. 1 Oklahoma, 52-9, No. 14 Oklahoma State
    • Nov-8 – Pittsburgh, PA – No. 25 Pitt, 31-28, No. 5 Virginia Tech
    • Nov-15 – Columbus, OH – No. 4 Ohio State, 16-13 OT, No. 11 Purdue
    • Nov-22 – Ann Arbor, MI – No. 5 Michigan, 35-21, No. 4 Ohio State
    • Nov-29 – Gainesville, FL – No. 9 Florida State, 38-34, No. 11 Florida
    • Dec-6 – Atlanta, GA (SEC Championship) – No. 3 LSU, 34-13, No. 5 Georgia
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 1 Southern California, 28-14, No. 4 Michigan
    • Jan-4 – New Orleans, LA (BCS National Championship) – No. 3 LSU, 21-14, No. 2 Oklahoma

    2002

    • Aug-31 – Ann Arbor, MI – No. 13 Michigan, 31-29, No. 11 Washington
    • Sept. 7 – Gainesville, FL – No. 1 Miami, 41-16, No. 6 Florida
    • Sept. 14 – Columbus, OH – No. 6 Ohio State, 25-7, No. 10 Washington State
    • Sept. 21 – Knoxville, TN – No. 10 Florida, 30-13, No. 4 Tennessee
    • Oct-5 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 6 Georgia, 27-25, No. 22 Alabama
    • Oct-12 – Dallas, TX – No. 2 Oklahoma, 35-24, No. 3 Texas
    • Oct-19 – Colorado Springs, CO – No. 7 Notre Dame, 21-14, No. 18 Air Force
    • Oct-26 – Tallahassee, FL – No. 6 Notre Dame, 34-24, No. 11 Florida State
    • Nov-2 – Jacksonville, FL – No. 22 Florida, 20-13, No. 5 Georgia
    • Nov-9 – Knoxville, TN – No. 2 Miami, 26-3, Tennessee
    • Nov-16 – Philadelphia, PA – Penn, 44-9, Harvard
    • Nov-23 – Columbus, OH – No. 2 Ohio State, 14-9, No. 12 Michigan
    • Jan-3 – Tempe, AZ (BCS National Championship) – No. 2 Ohio State, 31-24, No. 1 Miami

    2001

    • Sept. 1 – Tuscaloosa, AL – No. 17 UCLA, 20-17, No. 25 Alabama
    • Sept. 8 – Lincoln, NE – No. 5 Nebraska, 27-10, No. 17 Notre Dame
    • Sept. 15 – Tallahassee, FL – No. 6 Florida State-No. 10 Georgia Tech canceled
    • Sept. 29 – Norman, OK – No. 3 Oklahoma, 38-37, No. 11 Kansas State
    • Oct-6 – Dallas, TX – No. 3 Oklahoma, 14-3, No. 5 Texas
    • Oct-13 – Tallahassee, FL – No. 1 Miami, 49-27, No. 14 Florida State
    • Oct-27 – Lincoln, NE – No. 3 Nebraska, 20-10, No. 2 Oklahoma
    • Nov-3 – Colorado Springs, CO – Air Force, 34-24, Army
    • Nov-10 – Columbia, SC – No. 4 Florida, 54-17, No. 14 South Carolina
    • Nov-17 – Miami, FL – No. 1 Miami, 59-0, No. 14 Syracuse
    • Dec-1 – Gainesville, FL – No. 5 Tennessee, 34-32, No. 2 Florida
    • Jan-3 – Pasadena, CA (BCS National Championship) – No. 1 Miami, 37-14, No. 4 Nebraska

    2000

    • Aug-27 – Blacksburg, VA – No. 11 Virginia Tech-Georgia Tech canceled
    • Sept. 9 – South Bend, IN – No. 1 Nebraska, 27-24 OT, No. 23 Notre Dame
    • Sept. 16 – Knoxville, TN – No. 6 Florida, 27-23, No. 11 Tennessee
    • Sept. 23 – Eugene, OR – Oregon, 29-10, No. 6 UCLA
    • Sept. 30 – Ann Arbor, MI – No. 9 Michigan, 13-10, No. 17 Wisconsin
    • Oct-7 – Miami, FL – No. 7 Miami, 27-24, No. 1 Florida State
    • Oct-14 – Manhattan, KS – No. 8 Oklahoma, 41-31, No. 2 Kansas State
    • Oct-28 – Norman, OK – No. 3 Oklahoma, 31-14, No. 1 Nebraska
    • Nov-4 – Miami, FL – No. 3 Miami, 41-21, No. 2 Virginia Tech
    • Nov-11 – College Station, TX – No. 1 Oklahoma, 35-31, No. 23 Texas A&M
    • Nov-18 – Tallahassee, FL – No. 3 Florida State, 30-7, No. 4 Florida
    • Dec-2 – Kansas City, MO (Big 12 Championship) – No. 1 Oklahoma, 27-24, No. 8 Kansas State
    • Jan-3 – Miami Gardens, FL (BCS National Championship) – No. 1 Oklahoma, 13-2, No. 3 Florida State

    1999

    • Aug-28 – University Park, PA – No. 3 Penn State, 41-7, No. 4 Arizona
    • Sept. 4 – Ann Arbor, MI – No. 7 Michigan, 26-22, No. 16 Notre Dame
    • Sept. 18 – Gainesville, FL – No. 4 Florida, 23-21, No. 2 Tennessee
    • Sept. 25 – Madison, WI – No. 4 Michigan, 21-16, No. 20 Wisconsin
    • Oct-9 – East Lansing, MI – No. 11 Michigan State, 34-31, No. 3 Michigan
    • Oct-16 – Blacksburg, VA – No. 4 Virginia Tech, 62-0, No. 16 Syracuse
    • Oct-23 – Austin, TX – No. 18 Texas, 24-20, No. 3 Nebraska
    • Oct-30 – Jacksonville, FL – No. 5 Florida, 30-14, No. 10 Georgia
    • Nov-6 – Knoxville, TN – No. 4 Tennessee, 38-14, Notre Dame
    • Nov-13 – Blacksburg, VA – No. 2 Virginia Tech, 43-10, No. 19 Miami
    • Nov-20 – Gainesville, FL – No. 1 Florida State, 30-23, No. 4 Florida
    • Jan-4 – New Orleans, LA (BCS National Championship) – No. 1 Florida State, 46-29, No. 2 Virginia Tech

    1998

    • Sept. 5 – South Bend, IN – No. 22 Notre Dame, 36-20, No. 5 Michigan
    • Sept. 26 – Lincoln, NE – No. 2 Nebraska, 55-7, No. 9 Washington
    • Oct-3 – Columbus, OH – No. 1 Ohio State, 28-9, No. 7 Penn State
    • Oct-10 – Athens, GA – No. 5 Tennessee, 22-3, No. 7 Georgia
    • Oct-17 – Pasadena, CA – No. 2 UCLA, 41-38 OT, No. 11 Oregon
    • Oct-24 – Atlanta, GA – No. 5 Florida State, 34-7, No. 23 Georgia Tech
    • Nov-14 – Manhattan, KS – No. 2 Kansas State, 40-30, No. 11 Nebraska
    • Dec-5 – Miami, FL – Miami, 49-45, No. 3 UCLA
    • Jan-4 – Fiesta Bowl (BCS National Championship) – No. 1 Tennessee, 23-16, No. 2 Florida State

    1997

    • Sept. 13 – Ann Arbor, MI – No. 14 Michigan, 27-3, No. 8 Colorado
    • Sept. 20 – Gainesville, FL – No. 1 Florida, 33-20, No. 4 Tennessee
    • Oct-4 – Columbus, OH – No. 7 Ohio State, 23-7, No. 8 Iowa
    • Oct-11 – Baton Rouge, LA – No. 14 LSU, 28-21, No. 1 Florida
    • Oct-18 – Auburn, AL – No. 7 Florida, 24-10, No. 6 Auburn
    • Oct-25 – East Lansing, MI – No. 5 Michigan, 23-7, No. 14 Michigan State
    • Nov-8 – Chapel Hill, NC – No. 2 Florida State, 20-3, No. 5 North Carolina
    • No. 22 – Gainesville, FL – No. 10 Florida, 32-29, No. 2 Florida State
    • Jan-1 – Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) – No. 1 Michigan, 21-16, No. 8 Washington State
    • Jan-2 – Miami Gardens, FL (Orange Bowl) – No. 2 Nebraska, 42-17, No. 4 Tennessee

    1996

    • Sept. 14 – Boulder, CO – No. 11 Michigan, 20-13, No. 5 Colorado
    • Sept. 21 – Knoxville, TN – No. 4 Florida, 35-29, No. 2 Tennessee
    • Sept. 28 – South Bend, IN – No. 4 Ohio State, 29-16, No. 5 Notre Dame
    • Oct-5 – Columbus, OH – No. 3 Ohio State, 38-7, No. 4 Penn State
    • Oct-26 – Iowa City, IA – No. 2 Ohio State, 38-26, No. 20 Iowa
    • Nov-9 – Baton Rouge, LA – No. 10 Alabama, 26-0, No. 11 LSU
    • Nov-23 – Birmingham, AL – No. 15 Alabama, 24-23, Auburn
    • Nov-30 – Tallahassee, FL – No. 2 Florida State, 24-21, No. 1 Florida
    • Jan-2 – New Orleans, LA (Sugar Bowl) – No. 3 Florida, 52-20, No. 1 Florida State

    1995

    • Sept. 9 – Knoxville, TN – No. 8 Tennessee, 30-27, Georgia
    • Sept. 23 – Boulder, CO – No. 7 Colorado, 29-21, No. 3 Texas A&M
    • Sept. 30 – Norman, OK – No. 4 Colorado, 38-17, No. 10 Oklahoma
    • Oct-7 – Tallahassee, FL – No. 1 Florida State, 41-17, Miami
    • Oct-14 – Birmingham, AL – No. 6 Tennessee, 41-14, No. 12 Alabama
    • Oct-21 – South Bend, IN – No. 17 Notre Dame, 38-10, No. 5 Southern California
    • Oct-28 – Boulder, CO – No. 2 Nebraska, 44-21, No. 7 Colorado
    • Nov-11 – Evanston, IL – No. 5 Northwestern, 31-20, Iowa
    • Nov-18 – Auburn, AL – No. 21 Auburn, 31-27, No. 17 Alabama
    • Nov-25 – Gainesville, FL – No. 3 Florida, 35-24, No. 6 Florida State
    • Jan-2 – Tempe, AZ (Fiesta Bowl) – No. 1 Nebraska, 62-24, No. 2 Florida

    1994

    • Sept. 10 – South Bend, IN – No. 6 Michigan, 26-24, No. 3 Notre Dame
    • Sept. 17 – Lincoln, NE – No. 2 Nebraska, 49-21, No. 13 UCLA
    • Oct-8 – Miami, FL – No. 13 Miami, 34-20, No. 3 Florida State
    • Oct-15 – Ann Arbor, MI – No. 3 Penn State, 31-24, No. 5 Michigan
    • Oct-29 – Lincoln, NE – No. 3 Nebraska, 24-7, No. 2 Colorado
    • Nov-19 – Birmingham, AL – No. 4 Alabama, 21-14, No. 6 Auburn

    1993

    • Nov-13 – South Bend, IN – No. 2 Notre Dame, 31-24, No. 1 Florida State

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