It’s Jan. 29. The 2015 college football season begins on Sept. 2. We’re 216 days away from having the greatest sport in the world back in our lives.
It’s time to start delving into each team’s schedule, as the ACC released conference slates for each of its teams Thursday morning. Almost every team now has its schedule filled and published for 2015.
As the 2014 college football season showed, having a tough schedule is as important as it’s ever been. If Baylor played a tougher non-conference schedule, it might have made the College Football Playoff. If Ohio State didn’t get to face Michigan State on the road, its resume wouldn’t have been as impressive and it might have been left out of the four-team field.
Who will have it the toughest in 2015?
It’s time to rank the 15 toughest schedules in college football for the season ahead. Who plays some rigorous non-conference games? Who faces a brutal in-league slate? Who has to deal with both?
Find out here.
Presenting College Spun’s ranking of the 15 toughest schedules in college football in 2015.