2022 college football tour schedule
August 27 – North Texas @ UTEP*
September 3 – Mercer @ Auburn*
September 10 – Washington State @ Wisconsin
September 17 – New Mexico State @ Wisconsin
September 24 – Stanford @ Washington*
October 1 – Massachusetts @ Eastern Michigan
October 8 – Wisconsin @ Northwestern
October 14 – Navy @ SMU*
October 15 – Louisiana Tech @ North Texas*
October 22 – Minnesota @ Penn State
October 29 – TBA
November 5 – Ohio State @ Northwestern
November 12 – TBA
November 19 – Miami @ Clemson*
November 25 – Florida @ Florida State*
November 26 – UCF @ USF*
December 28 – Holiday Bowl: Oregon vs. North Carolina
NOTE: schedule subject to change.
* – New stadium needed to reach the goal of 131.
7 Replies to “2022 SCHEDULE”
You will be stunned at Renovated Nippert. The new addition to the West Side will be a wall of sound.
MY NAME IS TODD AND THIS WEBSITE IS AWESOME BUT (WHERE’S ALABAMA) BECAUSE I’M A DIE-HARD BAMA FOOTBALL FAN & LOVE COLLEGE FOOTBALL PERIOD BUT I WAS JUST CURIOUS WHY (ALABAMA) WASN’T ON HERE WITH ANY PHOTOS OR VIDEOS BUT AGAIN (AWESOME WEBSITE) ROLL TIDE ROLL
Thanks for your interest in my website and tour of college football stadiums! The reason why Alabama is not on this site is simply because I have yet to attend an Crimson Tide game! I have been to 65 stadiums and over 250 games, but still have yet to see the Tide. It’s kind of unreal, really. Trust me, I CAN’T WAIT to get to Bryant-Denny. It won’t be long! Thanks again for your support and feel free to follow on social media. ROLL TIDE! – Andrew
Bryant Denny is unreal. In a good way. The tailgating and gameday experience is outstanding. Check out the Quad. Roll Tide!
Good luck! I got my 130th last season at Texas State. It’s an exciting journey. Just waiting for South Alabama to open their new stadium next year to pick up a new one again! You have a great website.
why have you never visited Doak Campbell Stadium at Florida State? You have Florida State listed but only as an opponent for a stadium team you visited. I feel a visit to this beautiful stadium should be on your list. You must experience Osceola and Renegade, the Marching Chiefs all inside the largest continuous brick structure in the continental US . Please consider on your next tour.
Florida State was actually on my schedule for 2020, but alas, it looks like this will be postponed. My goal is to visit all 130 stadiums – Florida State will be attended and celebrated for sure, and I look forward to the experience in Tallahassee. Go Noles!