The regular season is in the books and the college football bowl season is here. This year’s college football bowl schedule opens up with four games on Saturday, December 21st. The final affair on the college football bowl schedule is the BCS National Championship Game on Monday, January 6th.
You can track all the action with the full college football bowl schedule. This year’s bowl schedule can be downloaded instantly and printed for free. Simply click on the link available on this page to get the college football bowl schedule today!
Big Games on the College Football Bowl Schedule
The 2013-14 college football bowl schedule features a total of 35 games. The slate opens up with Washington State clashing with Colorado State on the 21st. Later in the day, the USC Trojans will lock horns with the Fresno State Bulldogs in the Las Vegas Bowl.
There’s only one game on the college football bowl schedule on Christmas Eve, as the Boise State Broncos will battle the Oregon State Beavers in the Hawaii Bowl. The bowl season continues the day after Christmas, as Pitt will meet Bowling Green in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, while Utah State will square off with Northern Illinois in the Poinsettia Bowl.
Four games will be played on New Year’s Eve, with the headliner being Johnny Manziel and Texas A&M taking on Duke in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. The game will likely be the last of Manziel’s college career.
The college football bowl schedule features six games on New Year’s Day. The BCS schedule also begins on the 1st when Michigan State and Stanford hook up in the 100th installment of the Rose Bowl. In the evening, Big 12 champion Baylor will collide with UCF.
In other BCS bowls, Alabama will face Oklahoma in the Sugar Bowl on the 2nd, while Clemson will go against Ohio State in the Orange Bowl on the 3rd.
In the main event of the 2013-14 college bowl schedule, undefeated Florida State will face Auburn in the final BCS National Championship game.
Download: College Football Bowl Schedule