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    College Football 2018/2019 Bowl Schedule

    Dec. 8

    Navy vs. Army
    3 p.m. ET, CBS
    Lincoln Financial Field
    Philadelphia

    Bowl schedule (All Times are Eastern)


    Dec. 15

    Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl
    North Carolina A&T vs. Alcorn State
    Noon ET, ABC
    Mercedes-Benz Stadium
    Atlanta

    New Mexico Bowl
    North Texas vs. Utah State
    2 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Branch Field at Dreamstyle Stadium
    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    AutoNation Cure Bowl
    Tulane vs. Louisiana
    2:30 p.m. ET, CBSSN
    Camping World Stadium
    Orlando, Florida

    Mitsubishi Motors Las Vegas Bowl
    Fresno State vs. Arizona State
    3:30 p.m. ET, ABC
    Sam Boyd Stadium
    Las Vegas

    Raycom Media Camellia Bowl
    Georgia Southern vs. Eastern Michigan
    5:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Cramton Bowl | Tickets
    Montgomery, Alabama

    R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
    Middle Tennessee vs Appalachian State
    9 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Mercedes-Benz Superdome
    New Orleans

    Dec. 18

    Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl
    UAB vs. Northern Illinois
    7 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Howard Schnellenberger Field at FAU Stadium
    Boca Raton, Florida

    Dec. 19

    DXL Frisco Bowl
    San Diego State vs. Ohio
    8 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Toyota Stadium
    Frisco, Texas

    Dec. 20

    Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl
    Marshall vs. South Florida
    8 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Raymond James Stadium
    Tampa, Florida

    Dec. 21

    Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl
    FIU vs. Toledo
    12:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium
    Nassau, Bahamas

    Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
    Western Michigan vs. BYU
    4 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Lyle Smith Field at Albertsons Stadium
    Boise, Idaho

    Dec. 22

    Jared Birmingham Bowl
    Memphis vs. Wake Forest
    Noon ET, ESPN
    Legion Field
    Birmingham, Alabama

    Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl
    Houston vs. Army
    3:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Amon G. Carter Stadium
    Fort Worth, Texas

    Dollar General Bowl
    Buffalo vs. Troy
    7 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Ladd-Peebles Stadium
    Mobile, Alabama

    SoFi Hawai'i Bowl
    Louisiana Tech vs. Hawaii
    10:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Aloha Stadium | Tickets
    Honolulu

    Dec. 26

    SERVPRO First Responder Bowl
    Boston College vs. Boise State
    1:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Cotton Bowl
    Dallas

    Quick Lane Bowl
    Minnesota vs. Georgia Tech
    5:15 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Ford Field
    Detroit

    Cheez-It Bowl
    California vs. TCU
    9 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Chase Field
    Phoenix

    Dec. 27

    Walk-On's Independence Bowl
    Temple vs. Duke
    1:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Independence Stadium
    Shreveport, Louisiana

    New Era Pinstripe Bowl
    Miami vs. Wisconsin
    5:15 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Yankee Stadium
    New York

    Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl
    Baylor vs. Vanderbilt
    9 p.m. ET, ESPN
    NRG Stadium
    Houston

    Dec. 28

    Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl
    Purdue vs. Auburn
    1:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Nissan Stadium
    Nashville, Tennessee

    Camping World Bowl
    West Virginia vs. Syracuse
    5:15 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Camping World Stadium
    Orlando, Florida

    Valero Alamo Bowl
    Iowa State vs. Washington State
    9 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Alamodome
    San Antonio, Texas

    Dec. 29

    Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
    No. 10 Florida vs. No. 7 Michigan
    Noon ET, ESPN
    Mercedes-Benz Stadium
    Atlanta

    Belk Bowl
    South Carolina vs. Virginia
    Noon ET, ABC
    Bank of America Stadium
    Charlotte, North Carolina

    NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl
    Arkansas State vs. Nevada
    1:15 p.m. ET, CBSSN
    Arizona Stadium
    Tucson, Arizona

    College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic
    No. 2 Clemson vs. No. 3 Notre Dame
    4 ET, ESPN
    AT&T Stadium
    Arlington, Texas

    College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Capital One Orange Bowl
    No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 4 Oklahoma
    8 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Hard Rock Stadium
    Miami Gardens, Florida

    Dec. 31

    Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman
    Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech
    Noon ET, ESPN
    Jack Stephens Field at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
    Annapolis, Maryland

    Hyundai Sun Bowl
    Stanford vs. Pittsburgh
    2 p.m. ET, CBS
    Sun Bowl Stadium
    El Paso, Texas

    Redbox Bowl
    Michigan State vs. Oregon
    3 p.m. ET, Fox
    Levi's Stadium
    Santa Clara, Calif.

    AutoZone Liberty Bowl
    Missouri vs. Oklahoma State
    3:45 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
    Memphis, Tennessee

    San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl
    Northwestern vs. Utah
    7 p.m. ET, FS1
    SDCCU Stadium
    San Diego, Calif.

    TaxSlayer Gator Bowl
    NC State vs. Texas A&M
    7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
    TIAA Bank Field
    Jacksonville, Florida

    Jan. 1

    Outback Bowl
    Mississippi State vs. Iowa
    Noon ET, ESPN2
    Raymond James Stadium
    Tampa, Florida

    VRBO Citrus Bowl
    Kentucky vs. Penn State
    1 p.m. ET, ABC
    Camping World Stadium
    Orlando, Florida

    PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
    No. 11 LSU vs. No. 8 UCF
    1 p.m. ET, ESPN
    State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
    Glendale, Arizona

    Rose Bowl Game Presented by Northwestern Mutual
    No. 9 Washington vs. No. 6 Ohio State
    5 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Rose Bowl
    Pasadena, California

    Allstate Sugar Bowl
    No. 15 Texas vs. No. 5 Georgia
    8:45 p.m. ET, ESPN
    Mercedes-Benz Superdome
    New Orleans

    Jan. 7

    College Football Playoff National Championship Presented By AT&T
    8 p.m. ET on ESPN
    Levi's Stadium
    Santa Clara, California
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    Dr CLW and I will be in attendance at the Orange Bowl in Miami.

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    Army with 70 points and the first 11 win season in Army history. Houston, they just gave up 70 points to a triple option team.

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    It took a while, but Clemson looks poised to blow out ND, up 23-3 at halftime.

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    Ho hum. Alabama Clemson again.

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    There are games on today?

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    Better team won but I am proud that OU did not give up when they were down 28-0. They made it a game in the second half and the offense made up for the slow start and showed they could more than compete with the Bama defense. The OU defense on the other hand, it can't get worse. Not all of that was on the defensive players. Stop the slant route for dummies 101 should have been required reading at the half by the coaches. Lincoln also made a few questionable decisions, like the two FG's. Bama did not cover the spread, so there is that.

    Hopefully they can find a sold defensive coordinator out there and we can play well on both sides of the ball next season.

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    I am back from Miami. Muxh us made if OU's secondary but the dline is worse. There is below average talent across the board and zero depth.

    You just cannot demand an offense put up 50+ every game as eventually you have an off night. Time to pull out the checkbook and use all that cash money Dr CLW and I have been giving the Sooners the past 3 years

    I did find it funny that after returning from Miami the only mail I got was my bill for next season.

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    I know we're heading fast to an eight team playoff, but last night was the poster-child that maybe the BCS/old two-team system would have sufficed. If teams three & four can't stay on the field, what would five through eight look like?

    Apparently ratings (at least for part of Cotton Bowl) dropped significantly from last year. Kind of surprising with national brand like Notre Dame back in the mix. Maybe there's that fatigue from seeing Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma back in the field again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdj View Post
    I know we're heading fast to an eight team playoff, but last night was the poster-child that maybe the BCS/old two-team system would have sufficed. If teams three & four can't stay on the field, what would five through eight look like?

    Apparently ratings (at least for part of Cotton Bowl) dropped significantly from last year. Kind of surprising with national brand like Notre Dame back in the mix. Maybe there's that fatigue from seeing Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma back in the field again?
    There have been 10 Semi-Finals now and only TWO have been decided by <10 points - OU/UGA and OSU/Bama

    Of course competitiveness or lack there of is not going to decide the fate of expansion of the playoff. The ONLY consideration is can the powers that be and ESPN (or whoever buys the rights when the current contract is up) make more money off of expanding it.

    For whatever its worth, I think OU was competitive with Bama just not as good due to its clearly inferior talent on their defense. I also think OU will keep it closer than Clemson does in a week.

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