|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|
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.
November 3, 2018 Seniors shine in 49-20 home finale victory over Sewanee DANVILLE, Ky. – Centre football had plenty to celebrate on Senior Day Saturday, handing visiting Sewanee a lopsided 49-20 defeat at Farris Stadium in the regular season home finale.
October 13, 2018 Roundup: Earlham's streak reaches record proportions Earlham tied the Division III record with its 50th consecutive loss. Salisbury held off Montclair State in a battle of unranked-but-undefeated NJAC teams while Central won a nailbiter over Simpson in the ARC. Centre, too, stayed in its SAA title hunt.
October 25, 2017 Colonels' new command: 'Have fun' After losing a crucial conference game, Centre has hit the reset button on its attitude and run off three consecutive wins. More in Around the South.
September 2, 2017 Carnell carries Colonels past Panthers in season-opening win HANOVER, Ind. – A record-setting day from junior running back Trevor Carnell (Shepherdsville, Ky.) and a stout defensive effort lifted Centre College football over Hanover in Saturday's season opener, 27-14.