For a while, 2023 just wasn’t their year for the Sam Houston Bearkats. They seemingly found ways to lose games last fall before they finally turned the corner late in the year.
Riding hot into this fall, what does the Sam Houston 2024 football schedule tell us about their prognosis for the upcoming season?
Sam Houston 2024 Football Schedule
- at Rice Owls
Saturday, August 31
- at UCF Knights
Saturday, September 7
- vs. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
Saturday, September 14
- vs. New Mexico State Aggies
Saturday, September 21
- vs. Texas State Bobcats
Saturday, September 28
- at UTEP Miners
Thursday, October 3
- vs. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Wednesday, October 16
- at FIU Panthers
Tuesday, October 22
- vs. Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
Tuesday, October 29
- at Kennesaw State Owls
Saturday, November 16
- at Jacksonville State Gamecocks
Saturday, November 23
- vs. Liberty Flames
Saturday, November 30
The Bearkats found ways to win at the end of the season rather than the other way around. They’ll have to continue to do more of that when they open the season against Rice and UCF in consecutive road games.
The Rainbow Warriors make the trek over, and three straight home games commence, with New Mexico State and Texas State closing out an eventual first five weeks of the season.
UTEP, Western Kentucky, FIU, and Louisiana Tech make up the Bearkats’ midweek slate this season. Sam Houston receives a likely much-needed bye week following their midweek slate before they travel to new CUSA foe Kennesaw State.
With Jacksonville State and Liberty on the tail end of their 2024 season, the road doesn’t get much easier as the season progresses this fall for Sam Houston.
The 20th annual Conference USA Championship Game will feature the top two finishers in conference play and is set to be played on Friday, December 6. CBS Sports Network will broadcast the CUSA Championship Game.
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