College Football Playoff Schedule


The pro’s will be playing football today, but college football playoffs return tomorrow. From the NCAA, here is a list of games, teams and times.

Dec. 30

First Responder Bowl — Dec. 30

Western Kentucky vs. Western Michigan

Gerald J. Ford Stadium

Dallas, TX

12:30 p.m. | ESPN

Music City Bowl — Dec. 30

Louisville vs. Mississippi State

Nissan Stadium

Nashville, TN

4 p.m. | ESPN

Redbox Bowl — Dec. 30

California vs. Illinois

Levi's Stadium

Santa Clara, CA

4 p.m. | FOX

Orange Bowl — Dec. 30

No. 9 Florida vs. No. 24 Virginia

Hard Rock Stadium

Miami Gardens, FL

8 p.m. | ESPN

Dec. 31

Belk Bowl — Dec. 31

Kentucky vs. Virginia Tech

Bank of America Stadium

Charlotte, NC

Noon | ESPN

Sun Bowl — Dec. 31

Arizona State vs. Florida State

Sun Bowl

El Paso, TX

2 p.m. | CBS

Liberty Bowl — Dec. 31

Kansas State vs. Navy

Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium

Memphis, TN

3:45 p.m. | ESPN

Arizona Bowl — Dec. 31

Georgia State vs. Wyoming

Arizona Stadium

Tucson, AZ

4:30 p.m. | CBSSN

Alamo Bowl — Dec. 31

No. 11 Utah vs. Texas

Alamodome

San Antonio, TX

7:30 p.m. | ESPN

Jan. 1, 2020

Citrus Bowl — Jan. 1

No. 13 Alabama vs. No. 14 Michigan

Camping World Stadium

Orlando, FL

1 p.m. | ABC

Outback Bowl — Jan. 1

No. 12 Auburn vs. No. 18 Minnesota

Raymond James Stadium

Tampa, FL

1 p.m. | ESPN

Rose Bowl Game — Jan. 1

No. 6 Oregon vs. No. 8 Wisconsin

Rose Bowl

Pasadena, CA

5 p.m. | ESPN | Tickets

Sugar Bowl — Jan. 1

No. 5 Georgia vs. No. 7 Baylor

Mercedes-Benz Superdome

New Orleans, LA

8:45 p.m. | ESPN

Jan. 2

Birmingham Bowl — Jan. 2

No. 21 Cincinnati vs. Boston College

Legion Field

Birmingham, AL

3 p.m. | ESPN

Gator Bowl — Jan. 2

Indiana vs. Tennessee

TIAA Bank Stadium

Jacksonville, FL

7 p.m. | ESPN

Jan. 3

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl — Jan. 3

Nevada vs. Ohio

Albertsons Stadium

Boise, ID

3:30 p.m. | ESPN

Jan. 4

Armed Forces Bowl — Jan. 4

Southern Miss vs. Tulane

Amon G. Carter Stadium

Fort Worth, TX

11:30 a.m. | ESPN

Jan. 6

LendingTree Bowl — Jan. 6

Louisiana vs. Miami (Ohio)

Ladd-Peebles Stadium

Mobile, AL

7:30 p.m. | ESPN

Jan. 13

College Football Playoff National Championship Game — Jan. 13

Mercedes-Benz Superdome

New Orleans, LA

8 p.m. | ESPN

This season's college football bowl schedule starts in the Bahamas and ends in New Orleans, from the Bahamas Bowl to the National Championship. Clemson is the defending national champion, as the Tigers beat Alabama 44-16 in Santa Clara, California, to win the most recent title. It was Clemson's second title in three seasons, as the Tigers also beat the Tide in 2016. Clemson and Alabama have played in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game three times in the event's short history.


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