College football schedules are masterpieces of planning and compromise, with athletic directors negotiating and gambling to try and put together a schedule that will give their school the best chance for success before they even know what that year's team will look like.
Oklahoma University's AD Joe Castiglione is showing that he is even more forward thinking than his peers though, as he recently revealed that he is already in discussion about the Sooners 2030 schedule.
That is right, Oklahoma is planning to schedule a game that will be played by in part the kindergarten class of 2017.
OU AD Joe Castiglione says he talked to another school recently about scheduling a football game in 2030.— Kirk Bohls (@kbohls) May 28, 2015
Oklahoma is not the only team with an eye towards the future, as Purdue and Wake Forest have already scheduled a home-and-home series for 2026-'27.