2020 college football season

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2020 college football season
Regular Season September 3-December 12, 2020
Postseason December 19, 2020-January 11, 2021
2019 • College football seasons • 2021

The 20201 NCAA Division I FBS football season was the 151st season of college football games in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at its highest level of competition, the Football Bowl Subdivison.

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, several conferences announced their intention to postpone play until spring 2021 at the earliest.

Publications

Programs
Week Date Teams Venue
Postseason January 11, 2021 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship (Alabama vs. Ohio State) Hard Rock Stadium
Media Guides and Yearbooks
Media Guides Big 12 Conference • Conference USA • Arkansas Razorbacks • Arkansas State Red Wolves • Boston College Eagles • BYU Cougars • California Golden Bears • Clemson Tigers • Coastal Carolina Chanticleers • East Carolina Pirates • FIU Panthers • Florida Gators • Georgia Bulldogs • Georgia State Panthers • Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets • Houston Cougars • Indiana Hoosiers • Kansas State Wildcats • Kentucky Wildcats • Louisiana Tech Bulldogs • Miami Hurricanes • Michigan State Spartans • Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders • Mississippi State Bulldogs • NC State Wolfpack • North Carolina Tar Heels • Northwestern Wildcats • Oklahoma Sooners • Oklahoma State Cowboys • Ole Miss Rebels • Oregon Ducks • Pac-12 Conference • Rice Owls • Rutgers Scarlet Knights • SMU Mustangs • South Florida Bulls • Stanford Cardinal • TCU Horned Frogs • Temple Owls • Texas A&M Aggies • Texas Longhorns • Tulsa Golden Hurricane • UCLA Bruins • USC Trojans • Washington State Cougars
Yearbooks