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North Texas 2018 Football Schedule and Opponent Sites

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Date North Texas Opponent Location Time/Network Official/Fan Website
09/01/18

 

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vs. SMU

Denton, Texas

6:30PM CST

Stadium

SMU Official Football Site
 

Ponyfans.com Football Fan Site

09/08/18

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vs. Incarnate Word

Denton, Texas

6:30PM CST

ESPN+

Incarnate Word Official Football Site
09/15/18

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@Arkansas

Fayetteville, Arkansas  3PM CST

SEC Network Alt

Arkansas Official Football Site

Hogville Fan Site

09/22/18

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@Liberty

Lynchburg, Virginia 5PM CST Liberty Official Football Site

A Sea of Red Fan Site
09/29/18

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vs. Louisiana Tech

Denton, Texas

6:30PM CST

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La. Tech Official Football Site

Bulldawg Bark and Bytes Fan Site
10/06/18

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@UTEP

El Paso, Texas

6:30PM CST

beIN

UTEP Official Football Site

MinerDigs Fan Site
10/13/18

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vs. Southern Miss

Denton, Texas

1PM CST

ESPN3

USM Official Football Site

The Perch Fan Site
10/20/18

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@UAB

Birmingham, Alabama

6:30PM CST

beIN

UAB Official Football Site

Blazer Talk Fan Site
10/27/18

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vs. Rice

Denton, Texas

3PM CST

ESPN+

 

Rice Official Football Site

The Parliament Fan Site
11/10/18

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@Old Dominion

Norfolk, Virginia

2:30PM CST

ESPN3

  ODU Official Football Site

Lion's Den Fan Site
11/15/2018

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vs. Florida Atlantic

Denton, Texas

8:30PM CST

CBSSN

  FAU Official Football Site

FAU Owl's Nest Fan Site
11/24/2018

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@Texas San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas

6PM CST

ESPN+

UTSA Official Football Site

Rowdy Talk Fan Site

* Home games denoted in bold

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thanks for the one stop shop of sites harry

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Hopefully some of  those October game times change to later start times.

Which game is Homecoming? 

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On 8/6/2018 at 5:10 AM, UNT 90 Grad said:

It would be nice to have that highlighted on the schedule.  No mention of it on meangreensports.com either.  Also, Parent's Weekend is the LaTech game, for anyone who's interested.  My youngest daughter is off to UNT in a week, so for the first time Parent's Weekend has a different meaning to me.  Had to do some searching to find both the Homecoming game and Parent's Weekend game.  Unless I'm just missing it, it seems like those would be obvious games to highlight on the schedule for quick reference and travel planning especially those of us coming from out of town.  

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5 hours ago, keith said:

It would be nice to have that highlighted on the schedule.  No mention of it on meangreensports.com either.  Also, Parent's Weekend is the LaTech game, for anyone who's interested.  My youngest daughter is off to UNT in a week, so for the first time Parent's Weekend has a different meaning to me.  Had to do some searching to find both the Homecoming game and Parent's Weekend game.  Unless I'm just missing it, it seems like those would be obvious games to highlight on the schedule for quick reference and travel planning especially those of us coming from out of town.  

...and 10/13 against Southern Miss is the Breast Cancer Awareness game.  My sister is a fellow alum and a breast cancer survivor.   One of the bands she plays in, the Breast Cancer Can Stick It Band, is playing at the Alumni Pavilion prior to the game.  

https://www.facebook.com/events/1992859017452571/?ti=icl

 

http://www.breastcancercanstickit.org/

https://www.facebook.com/thebreastcancercanstickitband/

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