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Schedules for Florida pro, college football teams

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sept. 11 Detroit 1
Sept. 18 at Minnesota 1
Sept. 25 Atlanta 4:15
Oct. 3 Indianapolis 8:30
Oct. 9 at San Francisco 4:05
Oct. 16 New Orleans 4:15
Oct. 23 Chicago (London) 1
Oct. 30 Bye
Nov. 6 at New Orleans 1
Nov. 13 Houston 1
Nov. 20 at Green Bay 1
Nov. 27 at Tennessee 1
Dec. 4 Carolina 1
Dec. 11 at Jacksonville 1
Dec. 17 Dallas 8:20
Dec. 24 at Carolina 1
Jan. 1 at Atlanta 1


Miami Dolphins
Sept. 12 New England 7
Sept. 18 Houston 4:15
Sept. 25 at Cleveland 1
Oct. 2 at San Diego 4:15
Oct. 9 Bye
Oct. 17 at N.Y. Jets 8:30
Oct. 23 Denver 1
Oct. 30 at N.Y. Giants 1
Nov. 6 at Kansas City 1
Nov. 13 Washington 1
Nov. 20 Buffalo 1
Nov. 24 at Dallas 4:15
Dec. 4 Oakland 1
Dec. 11 Philadelphia 1
Dec. 18 at Buffalo 1
Dec. 24 at New England 1
Jan. 1 N.Y. Jets 1


Jacksonville Jaguars
Sept. 11 Tennessee 1
Sept. 18 at N.Y. Jets 1
Sept. 25 at Carolina 1
Oct. 2 New Orleans 1
Oct. 9 Cincinnati 1
Oct. 16 at Pittsburgh 1
Oct. 24 Baltimore 8:30
Oct. 30 at Houston 1
Nov. 6 Bye
Nov. 13 at Indianapolis 1
Nov. 20 at Cleveland 1
Nov. 27 Houston 1
Dec. 5 San Diego 8:30
Dec. 11 Tampa Bay 1
Dec. 15 at Atlanta 8:20
Dec. 24 at Tennessee 1
Jan. 1 Indianapolis 1


Florida
Sept. 3 Florida Atlantic 7
Sept. 10 Alabama-Birmingham 7
Sept. 17 Tennessee 3:30
Sept. 24 at Kentucky TBA
Oct. 1 Alabama TBA
Oct. 8 at LSU TBA
Oct. 15 at Auburn TBA
Oct. 29 Georgia (Jacksonville) 3:30
Nov. 5 Vanderbilt TBA
Nov. 12 at South Carolina TBA
Nov. 19 Furman TBA
Nov. 26 Florida State TBA


Florida State
Sept. 3 Louisiana-Monroe 3:30
Sept. 10 Charleston Southern 6
Sept. 17 Oklahoma 7:30/8
Sept. 24 at Clemson TBA
Oct. 8 at Wake Forest TBA
Oct. 15 at Duke TBA
Oct. 22 Maryland TBA
Oct. 29 North Carolina State TBA
Nov. 3 at Boston College 8
Nov. 12 Miami TBA
Nov. 19 Virginia TBA
Nov. 26 at Florida TBA


Miami
Sept. 5 at Maryland 8
Sept. 17 Ohio State 7:30/8
Sept. 24 Kansas State TBA
Oct. 1 Bethune-Cookman TBA
Oct. 8 at Virginia Tech TBA
Oct. 15 at North Carolina TBA
Oct. 22 Georgia Tech TBA
Oct. 27 Virginia 8
Nov. 5 Duke TBA
Nov. 12 at Florida State TBA
Nov. 19 at USF TBA
Nov. 25 Boston College 3:30


USF
Sept. 3 at Notre Dame 3:30
Sept. 10 Ball State 7
Sept. 17 Florida A&M 7
Sept. 24 UTEP TBA
Sept. 29 at Pittsburgh 8
Oct. 15 at Connecticut TBA
Oct. 22 Cincinnati noon
Nov. 5 at Rutgers TBA
Nov. 11 at Syracuse 8
Nov. 19 Miami TBA
Nov. 25 Louisville TBA
Dec. 1 West Virginia 8


UCF
Sept. 3 Charleston Southern 7
Sept. 10 Boston College 8
Sept. 17 at Florida International 6
Sept. 23 at BYU 8
Oct. 8 Marshall 4
Oct. 15 at SMU TBA
Oct. 20 at Alabama-Birmingham 8
Oct. 29 Memphis 4
Nov. 3 Tulsa 8
Nov. 12 at Southern Miss 8
Nov. 19 at East Carolina TBA
Nov. 25 UTEP 7


Florida Atlantic
Sept. 3 at Florida 7
Sept. 10 at Michigan State noon
Sept. 24 at Auburn TBA
Oct. 1 at Louisiana TBA
Oct. 8 at North Texas 7:30
Oct. 15 Western Kentucky TBA
Oct. 22 Middle Tennessee 8
Nov. 5 Arkansas State TBA
Nov. 12 at Florida International TBA
Nov. 19 at Troy TBA
Nov. 26 Alabama-Birmingham TBA
Dec. 3 Louisiana-Monroe TBA


Florida International
Sept. 1 North Texas 7
Sept. 9 at Louisville 7
Sept. 17 UCF 6
Sept. 24 Louisiana TBA
Oct. 1 Duke 6
Oct. 8 at Akron 2
Oct. 18 at Arkansas State 8
Oct. 25 Troy 8
Nov. 5 at Western Kentucky 4
Nov. 12 Florida Atlantic TBA
Nov. 19 at Louisiana-Monroe TBA
Nov. 26 at Middle Tennessee TBA


Bethune-Cookman
Sept. 4 Prairie View A&M noon
Sept. 10 South Carolina State 4
Sept. 22 Hampton 7:30
Oct. 1 at Miami TBA
Oct. 8 at North Carolina A&T 1:30
Oct. 15 Fort Valley State 4
Oct. 20 at Norfolk State 7:30
Oct. 29 at North Carolina Central 2
Nov. 5 Morgan State 4
Nov. 12 Savannah State 3
Nov. 19 Florida A&M (Orlando) 2:30


Florida A&M
Sept. 3 Fort Valley State 6
Sept. 8 at Hampton 7:30
Sept. 17 at USF 7
Sept. 24 Southern (Atlanta) TBA
Oct. 1 Delaware State 6
Oct. 8 Howard TBA
Oct. 15 at Savannah State 7
Oct. 22 at South Carolina State 1:30
Nov. 5 North Carolina A&T 3
Nov. 12 at North Carolina Central 2
Nov. 19 Bethune-Cookman (Orlando) 2:30


Jacksonville
Sept. 3 at Citadel 6
Sept. 10 at Western Illinois 4
Sept. 17 Charleston Southern 1
Sept. 24 at Campbell 1
Oct. 1 at Marist noon
Oct. 8 Dayton 1
Oct. 15 Morehead State 1
Oct. 22 Davidson 1
Nov. 5 at Drake 2
Nov. 12 Butler noon
Nov. 19 at San Diego 4


In just a few weeks, a new season begins for NFL and college teams throughout the state. Here's some help for you to keep track of when they play.

Schedules for Florida pro, college football teams 08/13/11 [Last modified: Saturday, August 13, 2011 9:13pm]
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