Boise St. P5 OOC games vs UH.
Boise St has 8 P5 OOC games scheduled
2018 Oklahoma St.
2019 Florida St.
2020 Florida St.
2021 Oklahoma St.
2022 Oregon St., Michigan St.
2023 Oregon St., Michigan St.
UH has 10 P5 OOC games scheduled
2018 Arizona St., Texas Tech
2019 Oklahoma, Washington St.
2020 Washington St.
2021 Texas Tech, Vanderbilt
2022 Texas Tech, Kansas
UH owns Florida St. and beat them in the Peach Bowl.
UH defeated Oklahoma St when they were #5 at their place.
These teams would rather play Boise St. than UH again.
Memphis has just 6 P5 OOC games between 2018 and 2023.
USF has just 7 P5 OOC games between 2018 and 2023.
UCF has just 7 P5 OOC games between 2018 and 2023.
SMU has just 3 P5 games between 2018 and 2023.
Temple has 12 P5 games between 2018 and 2023.
Temple is historically Rice in FB and only in the last few seasons has been good. Would be interesting to see if Temple continues to be good if some of the P5 games are cancelled.
Cincinnati has 6 P5 games between 2018 and 2023.
Navy plays Notre Dame each year plus military. No P5’s.
ECU plays 11 P5 games between 2018 and 2023 but has many in state P5 games due to the state legislature involvement that encouraged in state P5’s to play them every now and then.
Tulane plays 10 P5 games between 2018 and 2023. Tulane is also like Rice and will be interesting if Tulane improves, how soon will games get cancelled.
Tulsa has 9 P5 games scheduled between 2018 and 2023.
UCONN has 10 P5 games scheduled between 2018 and 2023.
So only ECU and Temple have more P5 OOC games between 2018 and 2023 than UH.
As the AAC continues to be the best G5 conference and defeats the P5 teams each year you will see fewer P5 vs AAC OOC games.
This year Arizona, UCLA, Illinois, and Maryland lost to UH, Memphis, USF and UCF. USF, UCF, and Memphis have fewer P5 OOC games than UH scheduled. These winning programs will all have a hard time scheduling P5’s because these OOC losses hurt the bowl chances of the P5’s.