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TV Broadcast Schedule for College Football Bowl Season 2019—2020

By on December 26th, 2019 in Football, News 2 Comments »

The SEC Freshman Player of the Year, Auburn's Bo Nix, will lead the Tigers against Minnesota's prolific QB Tanner Morgan in the Outback Bowl January 1, 2020

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

When this time of the year comes around, most folks 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 those from another area.

This week really marks the beginning of the CFB extravaganza, even though a dozen games are already in the books, including Washington’s 38–7 defeat of No. 19 Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl.

There are over two dozen games still on the schedule, and the action kicks off Friday at Noon CT when North Carolina takes on Temple in the Military Bowl. And, of course, it will end on January 13th with the College Football Playoff National Championship Game.

Fans have the ability to pick and choose from a variety of interesting contests to watch on television, including No. 12 Auburn’s matchup with No. 18 Minnesota in the Outback Bowl.

So, we have listed below the broadcast schedule for all 28 games for the next 18 days. Game times are Central Standard, and all SEC teams are colored in orange for easy location on the schedule. Games on ESPN/ABC can be viewed by clicking here.

War Eagle, and Beat the Gophers!

Here’s the complete schedule (all times Central):

Friday December 27

Military Bowl
North Carolina vs. Temple – ESPN

3:20 PM
Pinstripe Bowl
Michigan State vs. Wake Forest – ESPN

6:45 PM
Texas Bowl
No. 25 Oklahoma State vs. Texas A&M – ESPN

7:00 PM
Holiday Bowl
No. 22 USC vs. No. 16 Iowa – Fox Sports 1

9:15 PM
Cheez-It Bowl
Air Force vs. Washington State – ESPN

See the rest of the schedule after the jump

Saturday, December 28

11:00 AM
Camping World Bowl
No. 15 Notre Dame vs. Iowa State – ABC

Cotton Bowl
No. 10 Penn State vs. No. 17 Memphis – ESPN

3:00 PM
Peach Bowl
No. 1 LSU vs. No. 4 Oklahoma – ESPN
Football Playoff Semifinal

7:00 PM
Fiesta Bowl
No. 2 Ohio State vs. No. 3 Clemson – ESPN
College Football Playoff Semifinal

Monday, December 30

11:30 AM
First Responder Bowl
Western Kentucky vs. Western Michigan – ESPN

3:00 PM
Music City Bowl
Mississippi State vs. Louisville – ESPN

Redbox Bowl
California vs. Illinois – FOX

7:00 PM
Orange Bowl
No. 9 Florida vs. No. 24 Virginia – ESPN

Tuesday, December 31

11:00 AM
Belk Bowl
Virginia Tech vs. Kentucky – ESPN

1:00  PM
Sun Bowl
Florida State vs. Arizona State – CBS

2:45 PM
Liberty Bowl
No. 23 Navy vs. Kansas State – ESPN

3:30 PM
Arizona Bowl
Wyoming vs. Georgia State – CBS Sports Network

6:30 PM
Alamo Bowl
No. 11 Utah vs. Texas – ESPN

Wednesday, January1

Outback Bowl
No. 12 Auburn vs. No. 18 Minnesota – ESPN

Citrus Bowl
No. 14 Michigan vs. No. 13 Alabama – ABC

4:00 PM
Rose Bowl
No. 6 Oregon vs. No. 8 Wisconsin – ESPN

7:45 PM
Sugar Bowl
No. 5 Georgia vs. No.7 Baylor

Thursday, January 2

2:00 PM
Birmingham Bowl
Boston College vs. No. 21 Cincinnati – ESPN

6:00 PM
Gator Bowl
Indiana vs. Tennessee – ESPN

Friday, January 3

2:30 PM
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Ohio vs. Nevada – ESPN

Saturday, January 4

10:30 AM
Armed Forces Bowl
Southern Mississippi vs. Tulane – ESPN

Monday, January 6

6:30 PM
LendingTree Bowl
Louisiana vs. Miami (Ohio) – ESPN

Monday, January 13

7:00 PM
Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans
CFB National Championship Game


  1. uglyjoe says:

    Thanks ATM

  2. AUglenn says:

    I got to say I’m worried about Minnesota. They have a 3,000 yard passer and two 1,000 yard rushers.

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