|Overall record: 9-1 - Conference: 5-1|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • D-III opponent)
|9/8||vs. Earlham||W, 38-7|
|9/15||vs. Rhodes * •||W, 56-43|
|9/22||at Washington and Lee •||W, 42-10|
|9/29||at Sewanee * •||W, 24-21|
|10/6||vs. Millsaps * •||W, 34-12|
|10/13||vs. Maryville (Tenn.) •||W, 35-10|
|10/20||at Trinity (Texas) * •||L, 52-24|
|10/27||at DePauw * •||W, 34-31||BX P|
|11/3||vs. Davidson||W, 41-27|
|11/10||vs. Rose-Hulman * •||W, 34-31||BX|
September 14, 2019 Colonels escape home opener with comeback win over Scots DANVILLE, Ky. – Trailing by 16 points, the No. 18 Centre football squad came from behind to defeat visiting Maryville, 27-22, in their home opener at Farris Stadium.
September 12, 2019 Off to a great start Centre's offense had a great performance in the Colonels' season-opening win vs. Hanover. But that won't be enough to keep Centre's offensive coordinator from losing sleep for a while. Adam Turer has more in Around the Nation.
September 7, 2019 Payne tosses five TDs in debut, Colonels roll at Hanover HANOVER, Ind. – Junior quarterback Clark Payne recorded five touchdowns in his starting debut, and No. 20/21 Centre football handed Hanover a 45-31 defeat in the 2019 season opener at Alumni Stadium.
November 20, 2018 Big test coming for Centre corner Cal Lewellyn isn’t the player opposing quarterbacks want to throw in the direction of on Saturday afternoons. After he picked off seven passes as a freshman, he’s become the cover corner they do their best to avoid. Brian Lester has more in a Road to the Stagg Bowl feature.
November 17, 2018 Macon, Muhlenberg get road wins Randolph-Macon and Muhlenberg each won road games in the first round and Mount Union and Centre advanced easily in the top-right corner of the bracket. Nick Sirico's pick-six with 35 seconds left gave Muhlenberg a 20-13 win at Delaware Valley, while Randolph-Macon picked off Anthony Moeglin four times to pull the upset at John Carroll.
November 10, 2018 Colonels hang 56 on Panthers in impressive regular season finale BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Centre football put a punctuation mark on the end of their regular season, drubbing Birmingham-Southern by a 56-20 margin at Krulak Stadium Saturday afternoon.