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2008 College Football Schedule: See Who Your Team Is Playing

Posted Aug 23 2008 3:20pm

Download your copy of the best 2008 college football schedule

It’s hard to imagine now but the college football season is only about a month away. If you’re anything like me, you can’t wait to watch your team go head to head with their biggest rival.

If you’re an avid fan of college football, you’ve probably already seen this floating around the message boards. If not, I want to share with you the best college football schedule of the season . This excel file has the entire college football schedule laid out visually and is very easy to read. See below for a list of the divisions and conferences included in the file.

Unlike many guys out there, I’m not what you’d call a “big” sports fan. I enjoy watching the games, but I don’t live my life around sitting in front of the TV to catch the game (that’s what DVR’s are for right?).







Download the .ZIP file by clicking on the icon to the left [1.4 mb]













The schedule includes almost every college football team, presented visually, for easy reading. The divisions/conferences included are as follows:

  1. ACC - Atlantic Division
  2. ACC - Coastal Division
  3. Big 12 - Northern Division
  4. Big 12 - Southern Division
  5. Big East Conference
  6. Big 10 Conference
  7. Conference USA - Eastern Division
  8. Conference USA - Western Division
  9. Independent
  10. Mid-American Conference - Western Division
  11. Mid-American Conference - Eastern Division
  12. Mountain West Conference
  13. Pacific 10 Conference
  14. Southeastern Conference - Eastern Division
  15. Southeastern Conference - Western Division
  16. Sun Belt Conference
  17. Western Athletic Conference
  18. …and the Games of the Week

If you don’t already have WinZip installed on your machine, you’ll need some sort of unzipping software to open the file. There are quite a few freebies out there that you can download and use to extract the file.

If you’d rather just receive the Excel (.xls) file, just leave me a comment and I’ll email you the original file.

Hope you all enjoy and Go Big Orange!

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