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College Football Broadcast Schedule for 2013 Bowl Season

By on December 21st, 2013 in Football, News 1 Comment »

      
College Football Bowl Season is here! One of the best times for watching football for the college fan, it’s definitely one of my favorite times of the year. It’s a reward and celebration for teams success during the season.

When this time of the year comes around, most watch and pull hard for their conference rivals. So it’s also a time to see how programs from one part of the country can fare against another.

The Bowl Season kicks off today at 1p.m. CT when Washington State takes on Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl. And of course it ends on January 6th when Auburn plays Florida State for the BCS National Championship.

We have listed below the broadcast schedule for the 35 bowl games for the next 16 days. Game times are Central Standard and all SEC teams are colored in blue to locate easy on the schedule. Games on ESPN/ABC can be viewed by clicking here and games on ESPN3 can be viewed by clicking on this link.

War Eagle and Beat the Noles!

Saturday (12-21-13)
1:00 p.m.
     – New Mexico Bowl: Washington State vs. Colorado State- Espn
2:30
     – Las Vegas Bowl: No. 20 Fresno State vs. No. 25 USC – abc
4:30
     – Famous Idaho Potato Bowl: Buffalo vs. San Diego State – Espn
8:00
     – New Orleans Bowl: Tulane vs. Louisiana-Lafayette – Espn
Monday (12-23-13)  
1:00
     – Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl: Ohio vs. East Carolina – Espn
Tuesday (12-24-13)
7:00
    –  Hawaii Bowl: Boise State vs. Oregon State – Espn
Thursday (12-26-13)
5:00
     – Little Caesars Bowl: Pittsburgh vs. Bowling Green – Espn
8:30
     – Poinsetta Bowl: Utah State vs. No. 23 Northern Illinois -Espn
Friday (12-27-13)
1:30
     – Military Bowl: Marshall vs. Maryland – Espn
5:00
     – Texas Bowl: Syracuse vs. Minnesota – Espn
8:30
     – Fight Hunger Bowl: Brigham Young vs. Washington – Espn
Saturday (12-28-13)
11:00 a.m.
     – PinStripe Bowl: Rutgers vs. Notre Dame – Espn
2:20
     – Belk Bowl: Cincinnati vs. North Carolina – Espn
5:45
     – Russell Athletic Bowl: Miami (FL) vs. No. 18 Louisville – Espn
9:15
     – Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl: Michigan vs. Kansas State – Espn
Monday (12-30-13)
10:45 a.m.
     – Bell Helicopter Bowl: Middle Tennessee vs. Navy – Espn
2:15
     – Music City Bowl: Ole Miss vs. Georgia Tech -Espn
5:45
     – Alamo Bowl: No. 10 Oregon vs. Texas – Espn
9:15
     – Holiday Bowl: No. 14 Arizona State vs. Texas Tech – Espn
Tuesday (12-31-13)
11:30 a.m.
     – Advo Care Bowl: Arizona vs. Boston College – Espn
1:00
     – Sun Bowl: Virginia Tech vs. No. 17 UCLA – CBS
3:00
     – Liberty Bowl: Rice vs. Mississippi State – Espn
7:00
     – Chick-fil-A Bowl: No. 24 Duke vs. No. 21 Texas A&M – Espn
Wednesday (New Year’s Day – 2014)
11:00 a.m.
     – Gator Bowl: Nebraska vs. No. 22 Georgia – Espn
     – Heart of Dallas Bowl: UNLV vs. North Texas – EspnU
12 noon
     – Capital One Bowl: No. 19 Wisconsin vs. No. 9 South Carolina – abc
     – Outback Bowl: Iowa vs. No. 16 LSU – Espn
4:00
     – Rose  Bowl: No. 5 Stanford vs. No. 4 Michigan State -Espn
7:30
     – Fiesta Bowl: No. 15 UCF vs. No. 6 Baylor – Espn
Thursday (1-02-14)
7:30
     – Sugar Bowl: No. 11 Oklahoma vs. No. 3 Alabama – Espn
Friday (1-03-14)
6:30
     – Cotton Bowl: No. 13 Oklahoma State vs. No. 8 Missouri – FOX
7:30
     – Orange Bowl: No. 12 Clemson vs. No. 7  Ohio State – Espn
Saturday (1-04-14)
12 noon
     – Compass Bowl: Vanderbilt vs. Houston – Espn
Sunday (1-05-14)
8:00
     – GoDaddy Bowl: Arkansas State vs. Ball State – Espn
Monday (1-06-14)
7:30
     – BCS National Championship: Auburn vs. Fla. StateEspn

One Comment

  1. KungFuPanda9 KungFuPanda9 says:

    I remember watching the New Mexico Bowl last year. The stadium is not much bigger than some local high school stadiums, and over half the seats were empty. I was thinking, “What else is there to do out in the middle of the desert that is more interesting than this game today?”

    Interesting factoid: The stadium is 5100 feet above sea level, almost a mile high.