I am glad someone has a clue about next year's schedule. Thanks class of 13. It is very challenging. Compare the nonconference schedule with other A-10 and even Big East schools and it is much more difficult. Look at Maryland's nonconference schedule last season. VCU(now a conference game), KState and ND were all in some top 25 polls. Add games at Georgia and Rutgers to get return games the following season and there are 4 BCS teams on schedule. Last year GW had the most BCS schools on the schedule and that will probably be true again. It isn't easy to get teams to play at GW for many reasons. The BB&T and Bradley/JMU were inherited games. This is a very difficult schedule in comparison to what good mid major and high major programs play.