2017-18 College Football Bowl Schedule, Dates, Times & TV Channels

Posted by Eric Williams on Monday,May 15, 2017 2:45, EST in

If you enjoyed last season’s absolutely thrilling college football bowl game season that concluded with Clemson’s exciting win over Alabama in the national championship game and you’re looking forward to the coming season like never before, then you’ll be pleased to know that ESPN recently released its final list of bowl games that will be televised for the upcoming 2017-18 season.

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Better yet, thanks to this look at each bowl game, you’re going to find out just when the postseason fireworks will get started.

2017-18 College Football Bowl Schedule, Dates, Times & TV Channels

 

 

This coming season, there will be a surprisingly high number of games taking place in the month of December, starting with five bowl game that will all get underway on Dec. 16.

Also, there will be no New Year’s eve games this season although there will be five New Year’s Day bowl games with the Outback Bowl, Peach Bowl and Citrus Bowl joining the  traditional Sugar Bowl and Rose Bowl which will serve as this season’s two national semifinal playoff matchups.

Here is a look at the complete 2017-18 college football bowl game schedule.

DateTime (ET)GameNetwork
Sat, Dec. 16NoonAir Force Reserve Celebration BowlABC
 1 p.m.R+L Carriers New Orleans BowlESPN
 3:30 p.m.Las Vegas BowlABC
 4:30 p.m.Gildan New Mexico BowlESPN
 8 p.m.Raycom Media Camellia BowlESPN
Tue, Dec. 197 p.m.Boca Raton BowlESPN
Thu, Dec. 218 p.m.St. Petersburg BowlESPN
Fri, Dec. 2212:30 p.m.Bahamas BowlESPN
 4 p.m.Famous Idaho Potato BowlESPN
Sat, Dec. 2312 p.m.Birmingham BowlESPN
 3:30 p.m.Lockheed Martin Armed Forces BowlESPN
 7 p.m.Dollar General BowlESPN
Sun, Dec. 248:30 p.m.Hawai’i BowlESPN
Tue, Dec. 26TBDQuick Lane BowlESPN
 TBDZaxby’s Heart of Dallas BowlESPN
 TBDCactus BowlESPN
Wed, Dec. 271:30 p.m.Independence BowlESPN
 5:15 p.m.New Era Pinstripe BowlESPN
 9 p.m.Texas BowlESPN
Thu, Dec. 281:30 p.m.Military Bowl presented by Northrop GrummanESPN
 5:15 p.m.Camping World BowlESPN
 9 p.m.Valero Alamo BowlESPN
Fri, Dec. 291 p.m.Belk BowlESPN
 4:30 p.m.Franklin American Mortgage Music City BowlESPN
 8:30 p.m.Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic*ESPN
Sat, Dec. 30NoonTaxSlayer BowlESPN
 12:30 p.m.AutoZone Liberty BowlABC
 4 p.m.PlayStation Fiesta Bowl*ESPN
 8 p.m.Capital One Orange Bowl*ESPN
Mon, Jan 1NoonOutback BowlESPN2
 12:30 p.m.Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl*ESPN
 1 p.m.Citrus BowlABC
 5 p.m.College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual*ESPN
 8:45 p.m.College Football Playoff Semifinal  at the Allstate Sugar Bowl*ESPN
Mon, Jan 88 p.m.College Football Playoff National Championship Presented By AT&TESPN

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Although it’s subject to change, right now, I’m going with final four that includes Alabama (again), Penn State, USC and Florida State, although I believe Michigan and Oklahoma, among a handful of other teams, will challenge for one of the four playoff berths.

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