As we eagerly await the start of the 2024 college football season, let's take a look at some exciting matchups that are scheduled to kick off the action. The season is set to begin on Saturday, Aug. 24, with what is known as "Week Zero". Many Division I programs will start their seasons the following week, on Aug. 31, during Labor Day weekend.
Here are some of the games currently scheduled for Week Zero:
Thursday, Aug. 29
Saturday, Aug. 31
Sunday, Sept. 1
Looking beyond Week Zero, there are a number of early-season nonconference games that we should keep an eye on. These matchups promise to deliver some exciting football action.
The 2024 season also marks the 11th edition of the College Football Playoff, now in its new 12-team format. The playoff games and schedule for the upcoming season have been announced. Additionally, all New Year's Six games are included in the schedule.
The highly anticipated championship game will be held at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. This will be the second time that the stadium hosts the CFP National Championship Game.
It's important to note that the CFP National Championship Game is the culmination of a journey that started years ago. The history and legacy of college football championships are rich and deeply intertwined with the sport's traditions. If you're curious, you can explore the complete history of college football championships to learn more.
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