What are you doing on Sept. 2, 2028? You may not know it, but you have plans that day. That’s the day Alabama visits Notre Dame and Texas hosts Georgia. How about Sept. 15, 2029? That’s the day Georgia heads to Clemson, Oklahoma hosts Nebraska and Wisconsin makes the trek to UCLA.

College football has been hard at work scheduling games years and years in advance, and we’ve been hard at work compiling them all into one place, for your handy consumption. These are notĀ allĀ the non-conference games on the books from now through 2036, just the games you can squint and see ESPN sending its A-team to broadcast. And we haven’t included annual non-conference games, like Clemson-South Carolina or USC-Notre Dame, because everyone knows the drill on those.

Without further ado, here are all the on-the-books non-conference games worth tracking between today and 2036.

2019 SEASON

Aug. 24
Miami vs. Florida (at Orlando)

Aug. 31
Florida State vs. Boise State (at Jacksonville)
Alabama vs. Duke (at Atlanta)
Auburn vs. Oregon (at Dallas)
Notre Dame at Louisville (Monday)

Sept. 7
LSU at Texas
Texas A&M at Clemson
Nebraska at Colorado

Sept. 14
Stanford at UCF

Sept. 21
Notre Dame at Georgia

Sept. 14
Oklahoma at UCLA

Nov. 2
Virginia Tech at Notre Dame

Dec. 28
CFP Semifinal at Peach Bowl
CFP Semifinal at Fiesta Bowl

Jan. 13
CFP National Championship (at New Orleans)

2020 SEASON

Aug. 29
Notre Dame vs. Navy (at Dublin, Ireland)

Sept. 5
Alabama vs. USC (at Dallas)
Florida State vs. West Virginia (at Atlanta)
Ole Miss vs. Baylor (at Houston)
Michigan at Washington
Georgia vs. Virginia (at Atlanta, Monday)

Sept. 12
Texas at LSU
Ohio State at Oregon
Penn State at Virginia Tech
Tennessee at Oklahoma
North Carolina vs. Auburn (at Atlanta)

Sept. 19
Florida State at Boise State
Colorado at Texas A&M

Sept. 26
Miami at Michigan State

Oct. 3
Notre Dame vs. Wisconsin (at Green Bay, Wis.)

Nov. 7
Clemson at Notre Dame

Jan. 1
CFP Semifinal at Rose Bowl
CFP Semifinal at Sugar Bowl

Jan. 11
CFP National Championship (at Miami)

2021 SEASON

Sept. 4
Alabama vs. Miami (at Atlanta)
Ole Miss vs. Louisville (at Atlanta)
West Virginia at Maryland
LSU at UCLA
Notre Dame at Florida State (Monday)

Sept. 11
Oregon at Ohio State
Washington at Michigan
Texas at Arkansas
Texas A&M at Colorado
Pitt at Tennessee

Sept. 18
Nebraska at Oklahoma
Auburn at Penn State
Virginia Tech at West Virginia
Michigan State at Miami
Oklahoma State at Boise State

Sept. 25
Wisconsin vs. Notre Dame (at Chicago)

Oct. 9
Notre Dame at Virginia Tech

Dec. 31
CFP Semifinal at Orange Bowl
CFP Semifinal at Cotton Bowl

Jan. 10
CFP National Championship (at Indianapolis)

2022 SEASON

Sept. 3
Notre Dame at Ohio State
Georgia vs. Oregon (at Atlanta)
West Virginia at Pitt
TCU at Colorado

Sept. 10
Alabama at Texas
UCLA at Michigan
Arizona State at Oklahoma State
Tennessee at Pitt

Sept. 17
Oklahoma at Nebraska
Penn State at Auburn
Miami at Texas A&M
Ole Miss at Georgia Tech

Sept. 24
West Virginia at Virginia Tech

Nov. 5
Clemson at Notre Dame

Dec. 31
CFP Semifinal at Peach Bowl
CFP Semifinal at Fiesta Bowl

Jan. 9
CFP National Championship (at Los Angeles)

2023 SEASON

Sept. 2
West Virginia at Penn State
Michigan at UCLA
Colorado at TCU

Sept. 9
Texas at Alabama
Texas A&M at Miami
Nebraska at Colorado
Oklahoma State at Arizona State
Oregon at Texas Tech

Sept. 16
Pitt at West Virginia
Georgia Tech at Ole Miss
Louisville vs. Indiana (at Indianapolis)

Sept. 23
Ohio State at Notre Dame

Nov. 4
Notre Dame at Clemson

Jan. 1
CFP Semifinal at Rose Bowl
CFP Semifinal at Sugar Bowl

Jan. 8
CFP National Championship (at Houston)

2024 SEASON

Aug. 31
Clemson vs. Georgia (at Atlanta)
Texas at Michigan
Notre Dame at Texas A&M
Penn State at West Virginia
UCLA at LSU
TCU at Stanford

Sept. 7
Oklahoma at Tennessee
Colorado at Nebraska
Arkansas at Oklahoma State
Texas Tech at Oregon
Arkansas at Oklahoma State

Sept. 14
Ohio State at Washington
West Virginia at Pitt
Virginia Tech at Wisconsin
Boise State at Oregon

Dec. 28
CFP Semifinal at Cotton Bowl
CFP Semifinal at Orange Bowl

Jan. 6
CFP National Championship (site TBD)

2025 SEASON

Aug. 30
Ohio State at Texas
LSU at Clemson
Georgia at UCLA
Auburn at Baylor

Sept. 6
Michigan at Oklahoma
Virginia Tech at Penn State
Oklahoma State at Oregon

Sept. 13
Washington at Ohio State
Pitt at West Virginia
TCU at North Carolina
Oregon at Boise State

Sept. 27
Texas A&M at Notre Dame

Oct. 4
Notre Dame at Arkansas

Dec. 27
CFP Semifinal at Peach Bowl
CFP Semifinal at Fiesta Bowl

Jan. 5
CFP National Championship (site TBD)

2026 SEASON

Sept. 5
Texas at Ohio State
Clemson at LSU
Alabama at West Virginia
UCLA at Georgia
Baylor at Auburn

Sept. 12
Oklahoma at Michigan
Tennessee at Nebraska
North Carolina at TCU
Oregon at Oklahoma State
Arizona State at Texas A&M

2027 SEASON

Sept. 4
Michigan at Texas
Georgia at Florida State
West Virginia at Alabama
Stanford at TCU

Sept. 11
Nebraska at Tennessee
Oklahoma State at Arkansas
Oregon at Baylor
Texas A&M at Arizona State
Oklahoma State at Arkansas

Sept. 18
LSU at Oklahoma

2028 SEASON

Sept. 2
Alabama at Notre Dame
Georgia at Texas

Sept. 9
Oklahoma at LSU
Baylor at Oregon
Michigan State at Washington

Sept. 16
Florida State at Georgia

Nov. 4
Notre Dame at Virginia Tech

2029 SEASON

Sept. 1
Notre Dame at Alabama
Texas at Georgia

Sept. 8
Oregon at Michigan State
Arizona State at LSU

Sept. 15
Georgia at Clemson
Nebraska at Oklahoma
Wisconsin at UCLA

Nov. 10
Notre Dame at Florida State

2030 SEASON

Aug. 31
Clemson at Georgia

Sept. 7
UCLA at Wisconsin
Michigan State at Oregon
LSU at Arizona State

Sept. 14
Oklahoma at Nebraska

2031 SEASON

Aug. 31
Notre Dame at Clemson (Monday)

Sept. 6
Washington at Michigan State

2032 SEASON

Sept. 4
Clemson at Georgia

Sept. 11
Alabama at Oklahoma

2033 SEASON

Sept. 3
Georgia at Clemson

Sept. 10
Oklahoma at Alabama

2034 SEASON

Oct. 26
Notre Dame at Miami

2035 SEASON

Sept. 15
Oklahoma at Clemson

2036 SEASON

Aug. 30
Notre Dame at Virginia Tech (Monday)

Sept. 13
Clemson at Oklahoma

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