2024 Sun Belt Football Schedule

NEW ORLEANS — The Sun Belt Conference announced its 2024 football schedule Friday.  
The Sun Belt is coming off a 2023 campaign in which it defeated a conference-record four autonomy five programs, hosted ESPN’s College GameDay for a second-straight season and produced a conference-record and FBS-leading 12 Bowl Season participants. 
After opening the 2023 season with four-straight weeks with a victory over an autonomy five foe to match the conference record set in 2022, the Sun Belt boasted multiple 10-win teams for the sixth-straight campaign and for the third-straight year had multiple teams reach the mark during the regular season. 
The Sun Belt is the lone non-autonomy conference to have had a team finish with two-or-fewer losses in each of the past seven seasons, with James Madison (11-2) continuing the streak in 2023. The Dukes were 1-of-2 non-autonomy teams with two-or-fewer losses a year ago, alongside New Year’s Six representative No. 23 Liberty (13-1). 
The Sun Belt also owns a .571 bowl winning percentage during the College Football Playoff era, trailing only the SEC (.584). 
The 24th season of Sun Belt football will feature 56 league games. Each Sun Belt program will play eight conference games—six against divisional opponents and two against cross-divisional foes from the opposite division. With 14 member institutions in 10 contiguous states, the Sun Belt is committed to its identity as a regional conference with a divisional model. 
The Sun Belt East Division includes App State, Coastal Carolina, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, James Madison, Marshall and Old Dominion. The Sun Belt West Division consists of Arkansas State, Louisiana, ULM, South Alabama, Southern Miss, Texas State and Troy. Full Release Here


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