The Texas Longhorns have updated their non-conference football schedule through 2020. They have added future games against Arkansas, New Mexico, New Mexico State and Rice.
Texas also announced a home-and-home series with Maryland in 2017 and 2018. A few dates were changed too, including the 2015-16 games against California and the 2017 game against UCF.
Listed below is the Texas non-conference football schedule through 2020:
- 2011 – Rice (09/03); BYU (09/10); at UCLA (09/17)
- 2012 – Wyoming (09/01); New Mexico (09/08); at Ole Miss (09/15)
- 2013 – New Mexico State (08/31); at BYU (09/07); Ole Miss (09/14)
- 2014 – North Texas (08/30); BYU (09/06); at Arkansas (09/13)
- 2015 – at Notre Dame (09/05); Rice (09/12); California (09/19)
- 2016 – Notre Dame (09/03); UTEP (09/10); at California (09/17)
- 2017 – Maryland (09/02); UCF (09/09); at USC (09/16)
- 2018 – at Maryland (09/01); TBA (09/08); USC (09/15)
- 2019 – Notre Dame (08/31)
- 2020 – at Notre Dame (09/12)
ehats interesting is the New Mexico State game…..be it how the WAC will be no more by 2013,so does this mean NMSU will be playing as a D-1A Indy program??
The WAC will still exist in 2013 Jinzo. The WAC will consist of Idaho, Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, San Jose State, Utah State, Texas- San Antonio, and Texas State. Denver will join them for most other sports, but Denver doesn’t compete in football.
bet LTU will not still be there….
By the time many of these games are played, Texas A&M will have been so battered by the teams in the SEC that they will probably be on the WAC level and begging for some Division II to take them.
Hey, they are the ones who bolted to the SEC in a pout against The University of Texas…
my God bless the longhorns with a winning year