College football bowl schedule: Dates, times, TV channels for all 40 FBS bowls in 2019-20


The 2019-20 college football bowl schedule featuring 40 games between FBS teams — and the Celebration Bowl — is here.

It’s true not every bowl game is created equal, but these games represent the final few contests of the 2019 college football season before it picks back up next season. That said, there’s no reason you shouldn’t watch as many as possible.

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That’s especially true for this year’s College Football Playoff semifinal games, which take place on Saturday in the Peach Bowl between LSU and Oklahoma and Fiesta Bowl between Ohio State and Clemson. The Playoff championship game will take place on Jan. 13 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.

Other big bowls to key in on this season are the Rose Bowl (Oregon vs. Wisconsin), Sugar Bowl (Georgia vs. Baylor), Orange Bowl (Florida vs. Virginia) and Cotton Bowl (Penn State vs. Memphis). Don’t discount New Year’s Day bowls in the Citrus Bowl (Alabama vs. Michigan) and Outback Bowl (Auburn vs. Minnesota), either.

From the Bahamas Bowl to the College Football Playoff national championship game, Sporting News has you covered on how to watch all 40 bowls of the 2019-20 bowl season, including schedules, teams, dates, times and TV:

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College football bowl schedule 2019-20

Friday, Dec. 20

Saturday, Dec. 21

Monday, Dec. 23

Tuesday, Dec. 24

Thursday, Dec. 26

Friday, Dec. 27

Saturday, Dec. 28

Monday, Dec. 30

Tuesday, Dec. 31

Wednesday, Jan. 1

Thursday, Jan. 2

BowlTeamsTime (ET)TV
Birmingham BowlCincinnati 38, Boston College 63 p.m.ESPN
Gator BowlTennessee vs. Indiana7 p.m.ESPN

Friday, Jan. 3

BowlTeamsTime (ET)TV
Famous Idaho Potato BowlOhio vs. Nevada3:30 p.m.ESPN

Saturday, Jan. 4

BowlTeamsTime (ET)TV
Armed Forces BowlTulane vs. Southern Miss11:30 a.m.ESPN

Monday, Jan. 6

BowlTeamsTime (ET)TV
LendingTree BowlLouisiana vs. Miami (Ohio)7:30 p.m.ESPN

College Football Playoff, New Year’s 6 games

Saturday, Dec. 28

Monday, Dec. 30

Wednesday, Jan. 1

Monday, Jan. 13

BowlTeamsTime (ET)TV
College Football Playoff championshipLSU vs. Clemson8 p.m.ESPN

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