BYU Football: 7 Games I Want To See On BYU’s Future Schedules

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Nov 9, 2013; Madison, WI, USA; A Brigham Young Cougars football helmet during the game against the Wisconsin Badgers at Camp Randall Stadium. Wisconsin won 27-17. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Nov 9, 2013; Madison, WI, USA; A Brigham Young Cougars football helmet during the game against the Wisconsin Badgers at Camp Randall Stadium. Wisconsin won 27-17. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

When BYU announced they were going independent, my mind immediately jumped to about 25 teams that I wanted to see BYU schedule games with. I had visions of Alabama coming to one week and BYU flying out to play Ohio State the next. Obviously, most of these visions were a pipe dream and scheduling has been much more difficult than I ever thought it would be. BYU Athletic Director, Tom Holmoe, has done a fantastic job scheduling good opponents, but that doesn’t mean that I’ve stopped dreaming.

Here are the 7 games that I would really like to see on BYU’s schedule.

**Spoiler alert: Alabama isn’t included. While I’d certainly be excited for those series, I’m far too scared to see what Nick Saban would do to BYU teams.

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  • Realistic Optimist

    While we are dreaming of having great home and home games, without the absolute need for a win, while in our predicament of being an independent, I think that an idea schedule would be the following: 1. California 2. Colorado 3. Utah 4. Washington State 5. Oregon State 6. Kansas 7. U. Conn. 8. Ga Tec 9. Va. (10. 11. 12. ) The lowest ranked teams from the bottom of the ACC, and/or Big 10, and/or Sec. and/or Big 12. I don’t need to win all the games. I don’t need to pick off the biggest teams in the nation. What I do need, is to see us play quality teams from quality conferences that we have a chance to compete against and be proud of our performance, win or lose.