The biggest Texas football game will be played on January 9, 2018, according to ESPN.
A week later, the Longhorns host LSU in a Texas Bowl, a bowl game that also takes place at Texas Memorial Stadium.
There’s also a potential matchup between the Longhorn and Texas State, which will be held in a bowl-season bowl game, in a home-and-home series that would include two home-bowl games and a home game against Oklahoma.
Here’s what the Big 12 and the Big 10 have to say about the possible matchups: The Big 12 Conference has made its plans to hold a Big 12 bowl official.
The conference announced that the Big 11 will hold its championship game in Austin on Dec. 4.
The Big Ten and Pac-12 are planning on hosting the national championship game, and a bowl between the Big Ten Conference and the Pac-10 is also being considered.
The Pac-11 and ACC are in the process of deciding on a host, the Pac 12 said in a statement.
ESPN also reported the Big East is interested in holding the game in Philadelphia in 2020.
The College Football Playoff will be taking place in 2018, but it’s unclear how many teams are on the field.
The new ACC/Big Ten schedule was announced in January and the league is working on its new format for the postseason.
The SEC has yet to make a formal announcement regarding the conference’s playoff.
The American Athletic Conference and Big Ten are currently looking at the possibility of holding a championship game against the Pac.