College Football Bowl Schedule: (Dec.29.23 -Jan.8.24)

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The 2023 college football season concludes with a series of 14 thrilling bowl games. The final games of the year will begin December 29th and will culminate on January 8th, with the crowning of the College Football Playoff national champion at NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas.

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This season’s semifinals of the College Football Playoff are set for the only global holiday we have, “Planet Earth Hangover Day” (otherwise known as “New Year’s Day”). The Rose Bowl will see a clash between #1 Michigan v. #4 Alabama, while the Sugar Bowl features #2 Washington v. #3 Texas, marking the fourth occasion these bowls serve as semi-finals since the CFP began in 2014. 

Notably, this 2023-24 bowl season is the final one with a four-team CFP format, as an expanded 12-team playoff is set to debut after the 2024 season. And I cannot effin’ wait. More on that later.

The one bowl game I have my alarm set for is the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl showcasing a matchup between my Notre Dame Fighting Irish & the Beavers of Oregon State. Sorry ASU. Be relevant and I promise I’ll set the batwatch, hopefully sometime in this decade, but I’m not holding my breath. Always the safe play for fans of Arizona sports.

Here is a comprehensive rundown of the 2023-24 college football bowl schedule left. This includes the dates, venues, TV channels, and start times.

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*all times Eastern Time (ET)

2022-23 College Football Playoffs:

  • Rose Bowl (January 1, Pasadena, California, 5 p.m. Eastern Time on ESPN): Michigan vs. Alabama
  • Sugar Bowl (January 1, New Orleans, Louisiana, 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time on ESPN): Washington vs. Texas
  • National Championship (January 8, Houston, Texas, 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time on ESPN): Winners of the Semifinals

New Year’s Six Bowl Games:

  • Cotton Bowl (December 29, Arlington, Texas, 8 p.m. Eastern Time on ESPN): Ohio State vs. Missouri
  • Peach Bowl (December 30, Atlanta, Georgia, Noon Eastern Time on ESPN): Penn State vs. Ole Miss
  • Orange Bowl (December 30, Miami Gardens, Florida, 4 p.m. Eastern Time on ESPN): Florida State vs. Georgia
  • Fiesta Bowl (January 1, Glendale, Arizona, 1 p.m. Eastern Time on ESPN): Oregon vs. Liberty
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Other Bowl Games:

  • Gator Bowl (December 29, Jacksonville, Florida, Noon Eastern Time on ESPN): Clemson vs. Kentucky
  • Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl (December 29, El Paso, Texas, 2 p.m. Eastern Time on CBS): Notre Dame vs. Oregon State
  • Liberty Bowl (December 29, Memphis, Tennessee, 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time on ESPN): Iowa State vs. Memphis
  • Music City Bowl (December 30, Nashville, Tennessee, 2 p.m. Eastern Time on ABC): Maryland vs. Auburn
  • ReliaQuest Bowl (January 1, Tampa, Florida, Noon Eastern Time on ESPN2): Wisconsin vs. LSU
  • Citrus Bowl (January 1, Orlando, Florida, 1 p.m. Eastern Time on ABC): Iowa vs. Tennessee

Was it wrong of me to leave out the Arizona Bowl, seeing as it’s in Tucson & I’m an ASU Alumni?

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