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Which Sun Belt team faces the toughest non-conference schedule in 2010?

Red Wolves
Owls
Golden Panthers
Ragin' Cajuns
Warhawks
Blue Raiders
Mean Green
Trojans
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2010 Non-Conference Schedule

RED WOLVES
at Auburn
LOUISVILLE
at Indiana
at Navy

OWLS
at UAB
Michigan State @ Ford Field
at South Florida
at Texas

GOLDEN PANTHERS
RUTGERS
at Texas A&M
at Maryland
at Pittsburgh

RAGIN' CAJUNS
at Georgia
OKLAHOMA STATE
at Ohio
at Mississippi

WARHAWKS
Arkansas @Little Rock, AR
SE LOUISIANA
at Auburn
at Louisiana State

BLUE RAIDERS
MINNESOTA
AUSTIN PEAY
at Memphis
at Georgia Tech

MEAN GREEN
at Clemson
RICE
at Army
KANSAS STATE

TROJANS
BOWLING GREEN
at Oklahoma State
at UAB
at South Carolina

HILLTOPPERS
at Nebraska
at Kentucky
INDIANA
at South Florida
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Warhawks - THREE SEC Teams…Yikes!
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Re: 2010 Non-Conference Schedule

Looks like Troy lined up a decent OOC schedule.  Should get at least 3 of 4.

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SeminOWL2006 said

Looks like Troy lined up a decent OOC schedule.  Should get at least 3 of 4.

ASU gets Lousiville at home, FIU has Rutgers, MTSU hosts Minnesota, WKU with Indiana… great to see SBC teams bringing these kind of teams to their home stadiums.

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owlcountry said

SeminOWL2006 said

Looks like Troy lined up a decent OOC schedule.  Should get at least 3 of 4.

ASU gets Lousiville at home, FIU has Rutgers, MTSU hosts Minnesota, WKU with Indiana… great to see SBC teams bringing these kind of teams to their home stadiums.

FIU getting Rutgers in Miami is a great move for that program.  Be great if we could set up a big game like that in the new stadium.

Teambeer is the most knowledgeable FAU sports fan I know, way smarter than me.
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walty12 said

FIU getting Rutgers in Miami is a great move for that program.  Be great if we could set up a big game like that in the new stadium.

We would have had Michigan State. Now we'll probably open against UAB or most likely a Belt team. We really should try switch the UAB game with another C-USA team, like…. UCF. That would easily draw a sellout crowd.
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