You Need To Know These Dates For The Upcoming Bowl Game Schedule

With college football seasons now in full swing, it’s time to start thinking about bowl games. And if you’re like most people, you have no idea which games are which. Fear not! In this blog post, we will teach you all about the upcoming bowl game schedule, so that you can be fully prepared for when the big games roll around. From major college football conferences to minor leagues, we’ll cover it all. So strap in, because this is going to be a long blog post.

College Football Playoff National Championship

The College Football Playoff National Championship will be played on Monday, Jan. 8, 2020 at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The matchups for the national title game have not been determined yet, but are expected to be Alabama vs. Clemson, Oklahoma vs. Ohio State or Georgia vs. Notre Dame.

There are a number of bowl games that take place around this time of year. Some major ones include: Rose Bowl (Oregon vs. USC), Sugar Bowl (Alabama vs. LSU), Orange Bowl (Oklahoma State vs. Miami) and Fiesta Bowl (Notre Dame vs. Penn State). These games will all determine where teams from the SEC, Big Ten, ACC and Pac-12 conferences end up playing in the playoffs and who will represent those conferences in the National Championship game..

College Football Playoff Semifinal

The College Football Playoff Semifinal matchups are set and fans are speculating on who will make it to the National Championship Game. The semifinal games will be played on Saturday, January 1, 2020. Here is a breakdown of the matchups:

#1 Alabama vs. #4 Clemson

This matchup is sure to be one of the most exciting in the College Football Playoff Semifinal series. Alabama has been dominant this season and looks like they are headed for another National Championship appearance. However, Clemson is no slouch either and could give Alabama a tough competition. This game should be a close contest with plenty of high-scoring opportunities.

#2 Ohio State vs. #3 Michigan State

Ohio State may have underperformed this season relative to their expectations, but they still have one of the strongest teams in all of college football. Michigan State, on the other hand, has had some inconsistency issues this season. However, if they can get their act together they pose a big threat to Ohio State’s title hopes. This game could go either way but with so many talented players on both sides it is sure to be an exciting matchup nonetheless.

Top 25 College Football Games of the Year

Here are the top 25 college football games of the year, as voted on by writers:

1. Alabama vs. Clemson – Dec. 3

2. Michigan vs. Ohio State – Nov. 24

3. Notre Dame vs. USC – Nov. 27

4. Georgia vs Oklahoma – Oct. 7

5. Penn State vs Iowa – Nov, 10

6 Georgia Tech vs Auburn – Sept 30

7 Miami (FL) vs Clemson – Dec 8

8 West Virginia vs Oklahoma State – Nov 25

9 Iowa State vs TCU-Nov 16

10 Utah vs Arizona State-Oct 28

11 Navy vs Temple-Dec 2

12 LSU at Wisconsin-Nov 9

13 Auburn at Texas A&M-Nov 29 13 Michigan State at Oregon- Oct 26 14 Southern California at Stanford-Nov 24 15 UCF at Memphis-Dec 3 16 Florida State at Louisville-Oct 14 17 NC State at Boston College-Sept 23 18 Oklahoma State at West Virginia-Nov 11 19 Washington at Colorado- Oct 20 20 Ole Miss at Mississippi State- Oct 7 21 Utah Valley St.-Hawaii versus San Jose St.-Arizona Dec 2 22 Tennessee Volunteers verses Western Kentucky Hilltoppers November 17 23 Wisconsin Badgers verses BYU Cougars November 24 Power Five matchup of #5 Penn State and Big Ten champion OhioState November 3 24 American Athletic Conference Champion Central Florida travelling to SEC Champion Alabama for what is expected to be one

New Year’s Six Bowl Games

Here are the six bowls that will have New Year’s Six games played on their respective dates:

Peach Bowl: January 1, 2016

Fiesta Bowl: January 2, 2016

Cotton Bowl: January 7, 2016

Orange Bowl: January 8, 2016

Rose Bowl Game: January 15, 2016

College Football Playoff Semifinal at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona: Saturday, December 30.

How to watch Bowl Games

If you’re a fan of college football, then you’re probably excited for the upcoming bowl season. There are a lot of great games to watch, and here’s a list of all the major bowl games and their dates.

The Rose Bowl: January 2, 2018

The Sugar Bowl: January 8, 2018

The Orange Bowl: December 30, 2017

The Fiesta Bowl: December 29, 2017

The Cotton Bowl: December 28, 2017

The Peach Bowl: December 31, 2017

The Citrus Bowl: December 21, 2017

The Bahamas Bowl: December 20, 2017

The Alamo Bowl: December 29, 2017


It’s that time of year again – the Bowl season! Whether you’re a fan of one team or all of them, now is the time to get ready for some exciting matchups. To help make sure you don’t miss a single game, here are the dates for all of this year’s bowl games. Good luck and enjoy the games!

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