Sept. 1: At Idaho, 9 — Falcons look to gain revenge on team that scored on the final play to beat BG in the ‘09 Humanitarian Bowl.
Sept. 10: Morgan State, 7 — The Bears return 18 starters from a team that went 4-7 and 3-5 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.
Sept. 17: Wyoming, TBA — The Cowboys won just three games last season, but one came at Glass Bowl versus UT.
Sept. 24: At Miami, 1 — MAC opener is versus defending league champs, who return 20 starters from team that needed last-season FG to beat BG.
Oct. 1: At West Virginia, 3:30 — Last year’s Champs Sports Bowl winners are expected to compete for a Big East title this season.
Oct. 8: At Western Michigan, 2 — Third straight road game comes against team that has won last two games is this series by an 86-21 margin.
Oct. 15: Toledo, noon — Arch-rivals meet at Perry Stadium, where Falcons have won five of last six meetings.
Oct. 22: Temple, 3:30 — Falcons nearly pulled road upset last season and have never lost at home to the Owls.
Oct. 29: At Kent State, 1 — Falcons have not lost at Dix Stadium since 1999 and are 55-17-6 all-time versus Golden Flashes.
Nov. 8: Northern Illinois, 8 — BG is 7-1 at home all-time against defending West Division champs.
Nov. 16: Ohio, 8 — One of the East Division’s pre-season favorites has won three of last four games, including 49-25 victory last year.
Nov. 25: At Buffalo, TBA — The visiting team has won the last six meeting of this series, but only two of those wins were by more than seven points.