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2019 College Football Season

Post by Hachiko » Fri Jul 19, 2019 11:42 am

The 2019 NCAA Division I FBS football season will be a season of college football games in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at its highest level of competition, the Football Bowl Subdivision. The regular season will begin on August 24, 2019 and is scheduled to end on December 14, 2019. The postseason will conclude on January 13, 2020 with the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. This is the sixth season of the College Football Playoff (CFP) championship system.

November 6, 2019 will mark the 150th anniversary of what is traditionally considered the first college football game, played between Princeton and Rutgers in 1869. Various sports media, the NCAA, and the CFP will be honoring the 150th anniversary of the sport throughout the season. Because there were no games played during the 1871 season, this will also be the 150th season of college football.

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The 2019 NCAA Division I FCS football season, part of college football in the United States, will be organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) level. The FCS Championship Game will be played on January 11, 2020, in Frisco, Texas.[ North Dakota State is the defending champion.

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Re: 2019 College Football Season

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Liberty completed a two-year transition from FCS to FBS in 2018 and will be fully bowl eligible beginning with the 2019 season. They will remain an NCAA Division I FBS Independent.
The following playing rule changes have been approved by the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel for 2019:
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Requiring replay reviews on targeting calls be either confirmed or overturned by reviewing all aspects of the play. If the review cannot confirm that all elements of targeting exist, the targeting call will be overturned.
Players who commit three targeting penalties in the same season will receive a one-game suspension in addition to any ejection penalties for the third targeting penalty.
Eliminating the two-man wedge on kickoffs.
Starting with the fifth overtime period, each team will line up to attempt a two point conversion instead of snapping the ball from the 25 yard line.
Adding a two-minute break after the second and fourth overtime period.
Blindside blocks delivered with forcible contact will draw a 15-yard penalty (personal foul). If elements of targeting exist, the player delivering the block will be subject to ejection (and suspension if it's the third targeting foul in the season) as with any other targeting foul.
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Re: 2019 College Football Season

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January 31 - The NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions banned Missouri's football, baseball and softball teams from competing in the postseason for the 2019 season and placed the athletics department on three years of probation as a result of academic fraud. The penalties were handed down after a two-year investigation into alleged academic fraud at the SEC institution, after an internal investigation conducted by the University of Missouri. The football, baseball and softball programs will have a 5 percent reduction in scholarships for the 2019-20 academic year. They also will have a seven-week ban on unofficial visits, a 12.5 percent reduction in official visits and evaluation days, and a seven-week ban on recruiting communications and off-campus recruiting evaluation days. The NCAA also fined Missouri $5,000, plus 1 percent of each of its budgets in football, baseball and softball. Missouri athletic director Jim Sterk issued a statement saying the school will file an appeal. The punishments come from former Missouri tutor Yolanda Kumar alleging in November 2016 that she improperly assisted 42 student-athletes after she was groomed by her superiors to commit what she called "academic dishonesty." Kumar alleged that she completed online courses and took final exams for Missouri men's basketball and football players. The NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions found that Kumar violated NCAA ethical conduct, academic misconduct and academic extra benefits rules when she completed academic work for 12 student-athletes. The NCAA did not find evidence that her colleagues directed her to complete the athletes' work, the NCAA said in its report. Kumar was given a 10-year show-cause order, in which any NCAA member attempting to hire her must restrict her from any athletic-related duties.[4]
February 8 - Ohio State University Athletic Director Gene Smith announced that he is stepping down from the CFP selection committee in order to focus on helping head coach Ryan Day. He will be replaced by Iowa athletic director Gary Barta.[5]
February 12 - Ole Miss Athletic Director Ross Bjork announced that Ole Miss will vacate 33 victories from their football program between the seasons of 2010 and 2016 due to fielding ineligible players. The Rebels will vacate four wins from 2010, two from 2011, seven from 2012, seven from 2013, eight from 2014 and five from 2016, to include a victory over Alabama in 2014. The vacated wins stem from an investigation into the Ole Miss football program involving academic, booster and recruiting misconduct, and a lack of institutional control. Mississippi had already served a two-year postseason ban in 2017 and 2018 and was given three years of probation, through 2020, as well as scholarship reductions and recruiting restrictions in sanctions handed down more than a year ago.[6]
March 9 - U.S. District Judge Claudia Ann Wilken ruled against the NCAA in an antitrust lawsuit, saying football and basketball players should be permitted to receive more compensation from schools but only if the benefits are tied to education. Her ruling said the NCAA cannot "limit compensation or benefits related to education." The claim was originally brought forward by West Virginia football player Shawne Alston, and later merged with other lawsuits, including one brought forward by Clemson player Martin Jenkins.[7] Judge Wilken had previously ruled against the NCAA in the O'Bannon v. NCAA lawsuit brought against the NCAA by former UCLA player Ed O'Bannon.
May 13 - The Orange Bowl was rescheduled for December 30, 2019, after initially being scheduled on New Year's Day, 2020. The adjustment was made to allow the 2019 Orange Bowl to maintain its status as a prime-time event. Had it remained on New Year's Day, it would have been scheduled to play in the afternoon, rather than at night. It is not a College Football Playoff Semifinal game this season.[8]
June 4 - Beginning in the 2020 FBS football season, the Las Vegas Bowl will feature a Pac-12 team face off against a team from the Big 10 or the SEC. The new bowl arrangement will feature a team from the Big 10 in odd-numbered years, while the SEC will field a team in even-numbered years. For the years the Big 10 and SEC do not feature a team in the Las Vegas Bowl, the respective conferences will field a team in the Belk Bowl in Charlotte, North Carolina. This new bowl arrangement coincides with the Las Vegas Bowl moving to the new coliseum that will be the new home for the Oakland Raiders.[9]
June 27 - The Big East Conference, following a vote of approval by the presidents of the conference's current members, announced[10] that the University of Connecticut will be joining the Big East in academic year 2020−21. Thus, the 2019 season will be UConn's last in the American Athletic Conference. UConn had not yet determined which conference their football team will play in, as the AAC will not allow UConn to remain as a football-only member and the Big East does not currently sponsor football. UConn was a charter member of the original Big East when it formed in 1979. The original conference split along football lines in 2013, with three football-sponsoring schools departing for the Atlantic Coast Conference, the seven schools without FBS football leaving to form a new Big East Conference, and the remaining FBS schools joining with several new members to reorganize the original Big East corporate entity as The American. All three members of the current Big East that sponsor football play that sport in FCS conferences.
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Re: 2019 College Football Season

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Iowa is currently rebuilding the north end zone of Kinnick Stadium. The $89.9 million upgrade will feature the addition of box seating, outdoor club seating, and a new scoreboard. The entire project is nearing completion and is expected to be finished in time for the Hawkeyes' 2019 home opener.[11]
Liberty is currently expanding the Arthur L. Williams Football Operations Center at Williams Stadium; additions to the east and west sides of the building will bring the center to about 75,000 square feet. Construction is expected to be completed in time for the 2020 season.[12]
Missouri is currently rebuilding the south end zone of Faurot Field. The $98 million upgrade will feature new suites, club seats and a 750-person membership only field-level club, with reconstruction expected to be completed in time for the 2019 season.[13]
Old Dominion is currently rebuilding the east and west grandstands of Ballard Stadium. The $24.8 million upgrade began with demolition of the old grandstands immediately after the Monarchs' last 2018 home game, with reconstruction expected to be completed in time for ODU's 2019 home opener.[14]
Syracuse will begin a $118 million, two-phase renovation of the Carrier Dome during summer 2019. The centerpiece of the first phase, planned to be completed in time for the 2020 football season, will see the Dome's inflatable roof replaced by a new fixed, semi-translucent roof. Other improvements in this phase include a new scoreboard that can be moved to optimal positions for football or basketball, Wi-Fi improvements, new sound and lighting systems, and accessibility upgrades. The second phase, to be completed in 2022, will see the installation of air conditioning, new concessions space, and further accessibility upgrades.
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Re: 2019 College Football Season

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The Birmingham–Jefferson Civic Center Authority plans to begin construction on UAB's new home of Protective Stadium on the grounds of the Birmingham–Jefferson Convention Complex in the second half of 2019. The new venue, seating 55,000, is planned to open in 2021.[18]
The 2019 season is also expected to be the last for UNLV at its current off-campus home of Sam Boyd Stadium. For 2020 and beyond, the Rebels will move to the new Las Vegas Stadium, also off-campus but much closer to the school, alongside the stadium's primary tenant, the relocated Las Vegas Raiders of the NFL.
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Re: 2019 College Football Season

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School Former conference New conference
Hampton Pirates FCS independent Big South
LIU Sharks[a] NE-10 (D-II) NEC
Merrimack Warriors NE-10 (D-II) NEC
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Re: 2019 College Football Season

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The 2019 season will be the last for Presbyterian in Big South Conference football. The school announced in 2017 that it had begun a transition to non-scholarship football. Presbyterian will play the 2020 season as an FCS independent before joining the non-scholarship FCS Pioneer Football League in 2021; it will remain a full but non-football Big South member.

The following playing rule changes have been recommended by the NCAA Football Rules Committee for 2019:[3]
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Requiring replay reviews on targeting calls be either confirmed or overturned by reviewing all aspects of the play. If the review shows not all elements of targeting exist or if there is no indisputable video evidence, the call will be overturned.
Players who commit a second targeting penalty in the same season will not only have to sit out the remainder of that game, but will also have to sit out their team's entire next scheduled game.
Eliminating the two-man wedge on kickoffs.
Starting with the fifth overtime period, each team will line up to attempt a two-point conversion instead of snapping the ball from the 25-yard-line.
Adding a two-minute break after the second and fourth overtime period.
Blindside blocks delivered with forcible contact will draw a 15-yard penalty (personal foul). If elements of targeting exist, the player delivering the block will be subject to ejection as with any other targeting foul.
All FCS teams are allowed to schedule 12 regular season games in the 2019 season. A standard provision of NCAA bylaws allows for 12 regular season games during years having 14 Saturdays in the period starting with the Labor Day (first Monday in September) weekend and ending with the last Saturday of November. The next time that a 12-game regular season will be allowed is 2024
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Re: 2019 College Football Season

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NOTE: For this year's College Football Gameday Series, ISML Male Division Participants will fill the ranks of the FCS and FBS slots, room permitting.
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Re: 2019 College Football Season

Post by Hachiko » Thu Jul 25, 2019 11:26 pm

Image n last year’s Cincinnati preview, I declared myself a huge fan of what Fickell was building as he headed into his second full season. Then I predicted the Bearcats to maybe eke out a bowl bid.

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[Image It’s easy to forget now, but the Scottie Montgomery era at East Carolina started out well.

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Post by Hachiko » Thu Jul 25, 2019 11:36 pm

Image Theoretically, these are boom times for the University of South Florida football program.

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Re: 2019 College Football Season

Post by Hachiko » Thu Jul 25, 2019 11:41 pm

Image Evidently the Temple job adds a shine to your résumé. If you land this job, you’ll be landing a P5 job soon, too. Al Golden got the Miami job after five years, Steve Addazio left for Boston College after two, Matt Rhule went to Baylor after four, and Geoff Collins landed the Georgia Tech job after two.


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Re: 2019 College Football Season

Post by Hachiko » Thu Jul 25, 2019 11:46 pm

Image On December 17, 2016, in the second annual Cure Bowl, UCF played like crap.

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Image This sport has seen a lot of bad defenses. That’s the best encouragement I can give to UConn fans at the moment.

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Re: 2019 College Football Season

Post by Hachiko » Tue Jul 30, 2019 1:36 am

Image Getting fired after two above-.500 seasons is rare, but Houston is, if nothing else, in a rare spot. It has a recruiting backyard almost every other school dreams of, and while we have no idea how a potential mid-2020s round of conference realignment might go, Houston remains at or near the top of the list for a potential promotion ... if it has its football act together, anyway.

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Re: 2019 College Football Season

Post by Hachiko » Tue Jul 30, 2019 1:41 am

Image If you want to gauge how Norvell is doing, look at how many major assistants he’s had to replace in just three full seasons.

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Post by Hachiko » Tue Jul 30, 2019 1:46 am

Image When you’re becoming the head coach of a service academy program, you know disadvantages are baked into the cake. You understand the admissions barriers, size requirements, eventual service requirements, etc. You understand you are taking on a very, very hard job.

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Re: 2019 College Football Season

Post by Hachiko » Tue Jul 30, 2019 1:58 am

Image It’s comforting to have constants in life. College football offers plenty of them, from North Dakota State winning FCS, to Indiana suffering gut-wrenching losses against good teams.

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Re: 2019 College Football Season

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Image Fritz has built his entire career around picking programs up, fixing their hair, wiping the crud out of their eyes, buying them some new clothes, and making them look sharp again. He’s the football version of What Not To Wear or Queer Eye.

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