2010 Conference USA football schedules posted

By Kevin Kelley -

The 2010 Conference USA football schedules were released Tuesday and have been posted. The season begins on Thursday, September 2 when Marshall travels to face Ohio State and Southern Miss travels to face South Carolina.

Some of the prominent non-conference games include East Carolina at Virginia Tech, Houston at UCLA,  Marshall at Ohio State, Tennessee at Memphis, Rice vs. Texas (at Reliant Stadium in Houston), TCU at SMU, Kansas at Southern Miss, Ole Miss at Tulane,  Tulsa at Oklahoma State, UAB at Tennessee, NC State at UCF and UTEP at Arkansas.

Listed below are direct links to the 2010 Conference USA football schedules:

Comments (7)

I still think Houston will win the division, and beat UCF in the championship game.
Hou 8-0
SMU 6-2
UTEP 6-2
Tulsa 3-5
rice. 1-7
tulane 0-8

ucf 7-1
smiss 6-2
ecu. 6-2
marsh 3-5
mem. 1-7
Uab. 1-7

NO WAY UTEP goes 10 – 2, even if they have that schedule. How do you have Tulsa going 3 – 5 when they return alot on offense? I think they will be better than that. I also dont think Houston can go through undefeated in the conference.

I would say look out for Southern Miss. because if they can get good QB play, they should be able to score some points.

I think that the western division will be a very hard division to compete in. I think all the other teams in the west, excluding Rice and Tulane, will be improved from last year.

Look. For the 2009-10 season, SI predicted UTEP to go 8-0 in the confrence, and win the conference championship game. Last year, they could have easily gone bowling, if they had not lost to Rice, Memphis, and Tulane. Then, they would’ve gone 6-2 in confrence, 7-5 overall. They also lost to Buffalo, who was a miidle-last team in the second worst confrence, the MAC. Also, nobody knew that SMU was going to go bowling. That’s 9-3. Now, since UAB is worse than UTEP, let’s say they beat them. That’s 10-2. Tulsa just had a hard schedule last year, and they also do in 2010.