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NCAA.com | August 4, 2016

Neutral site games: Matchups, schedule

Especially early in the season, some college football games will be played in neutral locations. Here is a list of these games, which teams are involved and where they are.

This is a list of regular season games; a list of bowl games can be found here.

2016 COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEUTRAL SITE GAMES
Matchup Date Location
California vs. Hawaii Aug. 27 Sydney, Australia
Colorado vs. Colorado State Sept. 2 Denver, Colo.
BYU vs. Arizona Sept. 3 Glendale, Ariz.
Georgia vs. North Carolina PrimeSport Tickets Sept. 3 Atlanta, Ga.
Georgia Tech vs. Boston College Sept. 3 Dublin, Ireland
LSU vs. Wisconsin Sept. 3 Green Bay, Wis.
Oklahoma vs. Houston PrimeSport Tickets Sept. 3 Houston, Texas
Southern California vs. Alabama Sept. 3 Arlington, Texas
Mississippi vs. Florida State PrimeSport Tickets Sept. 5 Orlando, Fla.
Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech PrimeSport Tickets Sept. 10 Bristol, Tenn.
Arkansas vs. Texas A&M Sept. 24 Arlington, Texas
BYU vs. West Virginia Sept. 24 Landover, Md.
Notre Dame vs. Syracuse Oct. 1 East Rutherford, N.J.
Oklahoma vs. Texas Oct. 8 Dallas, Texas
Air Force vs. New Mexico Oct. 8 Dallas, Texas
Florida vs. Georgia Oct. 29 Jacksonville, Fla.
Navy vs. Notre Dame Nov. 5 Jacksonville, Fla.
Army vs. Navy Dec. 10 Baltimore, Md.

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