Scheduling for Fall 2021 will begin this summer.
2020 was a dud of a year. While we were able to make it to a couple games, the COVID-19 pandemic derailed plans to get closer to the goal of 130 FBS games. However, it did kickstart the Summer Road Trip– a new Road to CFB tradition.
It was a beautiful day for Baylor’s Green & Gold Game on April 24. The 2021 NCAA Champion Baylor men’s basketball team was in attendance and mingling with fans. The Green team came away with an 18-3 win (but for what it’s worth, players switched teams all game long).
2021 Summer Road Trip
The 2021 Summer Road Trip is an ambitious undertaking beginning June 19, 2021. Over eight days, I am covering 6,400 miles and 33 stadiums in 18 states in the name of college football. The entire Pac-12 conference is on tap, along with some of the country’s most scenic venues. A new addition to this year’s trip is FCS, with some of the best Division-I AA venues like Montana’s Washington-Grizzly Stadium on the route.
The inaugural Summer Road Trip was such a success, I plan to do it again this year. In 2020, we traveled America’s Heartland, which included states like Kansas, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana. The second leg of the trip was a tour of the Deep South, which included schools like Tennessee, Clemson, Auburn, and Ole Miss (among a dozen others).
- April 29: NFL Draft
- May 1: FCS Playoffs quarterfinals
- May 8: FCS Playoffs semifinals
- May 15: FCS Playoffs championship (Frisco, TX)
- May 29: Big 12 baseball championship
- June 19: College World Series begins
- June 20: 2021 Summer Road Trip begins
- June 28: College World Series finals
- July 31: 2021 Schedule releases