Spring game dates and spring practice start dates for every FBS team

Posted by: Chris Vannini on Sunday February 28, 2016

Just when you thought football was taking a break, it’s back.

Spring practice is already underway for some schools, and the rest of the country will begin work over the next couple months, capped by spring games.

Here is the spring practice info for nearly every FBS team (a few haven't responded to my inquiry yet). First sorted by team, then by start date, and then by spring game date.

By team (scroll in table):


Feb. 7: Appalachian State

Feb. 12: Arizona

Feb. 16: Kent State, UAB

Feb. 22: Vanderbilt, San Diego State

Feb. 23: Northwestern, Stanford, Syracuse

Feb. 25: Baylor, Cincinnati

Feb. 26: TCU

Feb. 27: Air Force, Bowling Green

Feb. 29: Clemson, Fresno State, Michigan, South Alabama, Texas A&M

March 1: Auburn, BYU, Minnesota, NC State, Tulsa, Wake Forest

March 2: Colorado, Ole Miss, Nevada, Toledo

March 3: Utah State

March 5: Duke, Indiana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas Tech

March 6: North Carolina

March 7: Boise State, Cal, FIU, Houston, Kansas, LSU, Maryland, UMass, Navy, Ohio, Oklahoma State, Tennessee, Texas, UNLV

March 8: Boston College. Iowa State, Kentucky, Louisiana-Lafayette, Missouri, Ohio State, Purdue, USC

March 9: Arkansas State, UConn, Florida, Mississippi State, Rice

March 11: Eastern Michigan, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Monroe, San Jose State

March 12: Wisconsin

March 13: Miami (OH), West Virginia

March 14: Akron, Arizona State, Temple, Tulane, UTEP

March 15: Central Michigan, Florida Atlantic, Georgia, Miami (FL), Old Dominion, Pitt, SMU, South Carolina, UCF, Western Michigan

March 16: East Carolina, Florida State, Notre Dame

March 17: Middle Tennessee State

March 18: Penn State

March 19: Charlotte

March 21: New Mexico State, Texas State, UTSA, Western Kentucky

March 22: Ball State, Buffalo, Louisville, Memphis, Michigan State, North Texas, Northern Illinois, Southern Miss, Troy, Utah, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wyoming

March 23: Idaho, Iowa, New Mexico, South Florida

March 24: Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Rutgers, Washington State

March 25: Colorado State

March 28: Georgia Tech, Oregon State, Washington

March 29: Arkansas, Hawaii, Marshall, Oregon, UCLA

April 1: Army, Illinois



March 12: UAB

March 18: Baylor (postponed)

March 19: San Diego State

March 25: Vanderbilt

March 26: BYU

April 1: Michigan, TCU

April 2: Bowing Green, Cincinnati, Fresno State, South Alabama, Syracuse, Tulsa

April: 8: Florida, Rice

April 9: Air Force, Auburn, Boise State, Clemson, Colorado, Duke, Eastern Michigan, Florida State, Kansas, Minnesota, NC State, Nevada, Northwestern, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Stanford, Texas A&M, Texas State, Toledo, UNLV, Utah State, Wake Forest

April 15: Arkansas State, Florida International, Indiana, UMass, UTEP

April 16: Akron, Alabama, Boston College, Cal, Central Michigan, UConn, East Carolina, Florida Atlantic, Georgia, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Houston, Iowa State, Kentucky, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, Louisville, LSU, Maryland, Miami (FL), Middle Tennessee, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, New Mexico State, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, Old Dominion, Oregon State, Penn State, Pitt, Purdue, San Jose State, SMU, South Florida, Temple, Tennessee, Texas, Texas Tech, Tulane, UCF, USC, Western Michigan

April 22: Idaho, Memphis

April 23: Arkansas, Ball State, Buffalo, Charlotte, Colorado State, Georgia Tech, Iowa, Kansas State, Miami (OH), Michigan State, North Texas, Northern Illinois, Rutgers, Southern Miss ,Troy, UCLA, Utah, UTSA, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Washington, Washington State, West Virginia, Western Kentucky, Wisconsin, Wyoming

April 29: Hawaii

April 30: Army, Marshall, Oregon

No spring game: Appalachian State, Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, Illinois, Kent State, Navy, Ole Miss

Chris Vannini is in his fifth year with CoachingSearch.com and serves as its managing editor. He has previously written for the Detroit Free Press, The Oakland Press, The State News, MLive.com, 247Sports and SB Nation.  A graduate of Michigan State University, Chris now lives in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.  Be sure to follow @coachingsearch and send emails to chris@coachingsearch.com.