Tigers, Bulldogs, and Wildcats!

Right now there are 361 college football teams in the system and we add a few new ones every week. The most common mascot name is Tigers, followed closely by Bulldogs and Wildcats.

The top twelve college mascots are:

  • Tigers – 19 teams
  • Bulldogs – 16 teams
  • Wildcats – 11 teams
  • (tie) Panthers, Bears – 10 teams
  • Lions – 8 teams
  • Eagles – 7 teams
  • Aggies – 6 teams
  • (tie) Huskies, Hornets, Rams, Cardinals – 5 teams

2013 – 2014 Schedules

We’re adding the complete schedules for the 2013 – 2014 season as quickly as we can. Everything should be updated before the season kicks off!

Update: All the team schedules have been updated. Just click “Teams” in the menu above to find your favorite team.

Over 900 Games!

There are now exactly 275 college football teams in the system and the full schedules are updated for 123 of them.

Check the “Teams” page to find the schedule for your favorite team. (If it’s not there yet, contact us on Twitter!)

You can hit the “Conferences” page if you want to subscribe to every game for every team in a particular conference.

Or if you’re a true fan, you can use iCal (or your iPhone or iPad) to subscribe to every single college football game this season (Google / PC version). With over 900 games added so far, your calendar will be pretty crowded …

New Calendars Added

You can now check the “Teams” page to find the schedule for your favorite team. All games for all teams in the SEC, ACC, Big 12, Big Sky, Big East, and PAC 12 are now being published.

Or you can subscribe to the entire conferences here:

Complete SEC Football Calendar for iCal

Boom. And just like that we’re now publishing football calendars for you.

So far the calendars for the ACC, SEC, and Big 12 are completed. Right now we’re just going to release the SEC calendar for a test drive. If you find any bugs or errors, please hit us up on Twitter @pigskincal.

Subscribe to the Entire SEC Football Calendar — every game played by every team in the SEC, including stadium and television network (when available)

If you aren’t using a webcal-aware calendar, you can try to use this link instead.

You can also subscribe to just individual teams instead of the entire conference.
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The Waiting

The waiting is the hardest part.  But there is nothing like the first Saturday of college football season!  This site officially launches today.  There’s nothing here yet, but we’ve got plans.  Big plans.

The primary goal is to publish a schedule with each week’s AP Top 25 games to which you can subscribe with iCal, so you can keep the best games of the week in your pocket at all times.

It’s a tall order, but we’ve got balls.