Here we go. Schedules look good so far, but there are some holes. Here's the number of user games we have under the default setup: ("+" means school could play another, if they make a title game. Out of conference games in paranthesis) Bama = 3+ (PSU) Clemson = 3+ (SCU) Florida = 4+ (FSU) FSU = 3+ (UF) GT = 2+ (ND?) Iowa = 2 (LSU?) LSU = 2+ (Iowa?) Miami = 3+ (OSU) ND = 0 (GT?, SCU?) OSU = 3 (Miami) PSU = 3 (Bama) SCU = 2+ (Clem, ND?) Here are my thoughts so far: I play three Big Tens every year, and I don't want to add a fourth. It really isn't done. So, my first thought is to send the defending champs into Baton Rouge for a night game. Then, I schedule SCU and GT (probably one home and one away). That leaves me with a gap. Now, sine GT and SCU are not expected to be rated really high, I'd like the last game I schedule to be a really tough one. I may get spanked by both SCU and GT, but I don't want the appearance of giving myself an easier road. Any ideas? Volunteers? I was thinking I could drop Purdue and play the champ instead, or play Bama maybe. (The idea being to give the best rated team a tougher road, and/or the champ a tougher road, yet keep it reasonable). But I'd be up for about anything. Also, let me know who you want to replace FCS games with. If I can, I will. I already have LSU down against Tulane. I used to go to that game. Shame it's not on the schedule already.