Get Ready for the 2022-23 College Football Bowl Game Season: All the Schedules, Scores, TV Channels, and Times!

College Football Bowl Game Season Schedules, Scores, TV Channels, and Times

The start of the college football bowl game season  is just around the corner, and I’m here to give you all the information you need to get ready. In this blog, I’ll be covering everything from the history of college football bowl games to the schedules, scores, TV channels, and times for the 2022-23 season. I’ll also offer some tips on how to prepare for and bet on college football bowl games, so you can have the best experience possible. So, let’s get started!


Introduction to College Football Bowl Games

College football bowl games are post-season games played between teams from the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). The bowls are split into two categories: the “New Year’s Six” and the rest of the bowls. The New Year’s Six consists of the six most prestigious bowl games, while the rest of the bowls are generally smaller in scale. The New Year’s Six are the Rose Bowl, the Sugar Bowl, the Orange Bowl, the Cotton Bowl, the Peach Bowl, and the Fiesta Bowl.

The college football bowl season usually starts in early December and culminates with the College Football Playoff National Championship in early January. The number of college bowl games has grown over the years, with the 2021-22 season featuring a total of 41 bowls. This season promises to be just as exciting, with the 2022-23 season featuring over 40 college football bowl games.


History of College Football Bowl 

The history of college football bowl games dates back to 1902 when the first bowl game, the Rose Bowl, was played in Pasadena, California. The game was initially played between teams from the East and the West, but eventually evolved to include teams from all over the country. The Rose Bowl is still played today and is the oldest college football bowl game in the country.

In the early days, college bowl games were mostly reserved for the best teams in the country. However, in the 1970s and 1980s, the number of bowl games increased significantly, giving more teams the chance to compete in the post-season. Today, there are over 40 college bowl games, giving more teams than ever the opportunity to play in the post-season.


College Football Bowl Game TV Channels

The TV channels for the 2022-23 college football bowl games have not yet been released, but we can expect them to be announced in the summer of 2022. Generally, the major networks such as ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOX will broadcast the New Year’s Six games, while the rest of the bowl games will be broadcast on smaller networks such as ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, and the SEC Network.


Where to Find College Football Bowl  Scores

If you’re looking for college football bowl game scores, you can find them on the NCAA website, as well as other major sports websites. The scores will be updated in real-time, so you can keep up with your favorite teams and see how they’re doing. You can also find post-game recaps, highlights, and other information on these websites.


How to Find College Football Bowl Game Times

Once the college football bowl game schedule is released, you can find the times of the games on the NCAA website or on other major sports websites. The times will be listed in Eastern Standard Time, so be sure to adjust for your time zone.


How to Prepare for College Football Bowl 

If you’re planning on attending a college football bowl game, it’s important to do some preparation in advance. First, make sure to check the weather forecast for the day of the game. It’s also a good idea to bring snacks and drinks, as well as a blanket or jacket for cold weather games. Additionally, make sure to check the stadium’s prohibited items list before you go, as some items are not allowed in the stadium.


Benefits of Watching College Football Bowl Games

Watching college football bowl games is a great way to spend your time. Not only do you get to see some great football, but you also get to experience the excitement and atmosphere of a college bowl game. Watching college football bowl games can also be a great way to bond with family and friends, as you can all watch the game together and cheer on your favorite teams.


Strategies for Betting on College Football Bowl 

Betting on college football bowl games can be a fun and exciting way to make the games even more enjoyable. Before you place any bets, however, it’s important to do some research on the teams, players, and coaches. Additionally, it’s a good idea to set a budget for yourself and stick to it. Lastly, don’t be afraid to take risks, as sometimes the most unlikely bets can pay off.



The 2022-23 college football bowl season is sure to be an exciting one, with over 40 bowl games to choose from. Now that you know all the schedules, scores, TV channels, and times, you can get ready and make the most of the college bowl game season. So, get ready and get excited – the college football bowl season is almost here!


College Football Bowl Game Schedules for 2022-23


Friday,Dec. 16


Bahamas Bowl


Miami( Ohio) vs UAB

1130a.m. ET

Venue ThomasA. Robinson National Stadium, Bahamas


Cure Bowl


24 Troyvs.No. 25 UTSA


Venue Exploria Stadium in Orlando, Florida


Saturday,Dec. 17


Fenway Bowl


Cincinnativs. Louisville


Venue Fenway Park in Boston


festivity Bowl


Jackson Statevs.N.C. Central



Venue Mercedes- Benz Stadium in Atlanta


Las Vegas Bowl


14 Oregon Statevs. Florida


Venue Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada


LA Bowl


Washington Statevs. Fresno State


Venue SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California



LendingTree Bowl


Ricevs. Southern Mississippi


Venue Hancock Whitney Stadium in Mobile, Alabama


New Mexico Bowl




Venue University Stadium in Albuquerque, New Mexico


Frisco Bowl


Boise Statevs. North Texas


Venue Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas


Monday,Dec. 19


Myrtle Beach Bowl


Marshallvs. UConn


Venue Brooks Stadium in Conway, South Carolina


Tuesday,Dec. 20


notorious Idaho Potato Bowl

Eastern Michiganvs. San Jose State


Venue Albertsons Stadium in Boise, Idaho


Boca Raton Bowl


Libertyvs. Toledo


Venue FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Florida


Wednesday,Dec. 21


New Orleans Bowl


South Alabamavs. Western Kentucky


Venue Caesars Superdome in New Orleans


Thursday,Dec. 22



Armed Forces Bowl


Baylorvs. Air Force


Venue AmonG. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas


Friday,Dec. 23


Independence Bowl


Houstonvs. Louisiana


Venue Independence Stadium in Shreveport, Louisiana


Gasparilla Bowl

Wake Forestvs. Missouri


Venue Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida


Saturday,Dec. 24



Middle Tennessee Statevs. San Diego State


Venue ClarenceT.C. Ching Athletics Complex in Honolulu,Hawai’i


Monday,Dec. 26


Quick Lane Bowl


Bowling Greenvs. New Mexico State


Venue Ford Field in Detroit


Tuesday,Dec. 27


Camellia Bowl


Buffalovs. Georgia Southern


Venue Cramton Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama


First Responder Bowl


Memphisvs. Utah State


Venue GeraldJ. Ford Stadium in Dallas


Birmingham Bowl


Coastal Carolinavs. East Carolina


Venue Protective Stadium in Birmingham, Alabama


Guaranteed Rate Bowl


Oklahoma Statevs. Wisconsin


Venue Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona


Wednesday,Dec. 28



Military Bowl


Dukevs. UCF


Venue Navy- Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland


Liberty Bowl


Arkansasvs. Kansas


Venue Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tennessee


Holiday Bowl


15 Oregonvs. North Carolina


Venue Petco Park in San Diego


Texas Bowl


Texas Techvs. Ole Miss


Venue NRG Stadium in Houston


Thursday,Dec. 29



Pinstripe Bowl


Minnesotavs. Syracuse


Venue Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York City


Cheez- It Bowl


13 Florida Statevs. Oklahoma


Venue Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida


Alamo Bowl


12 Washingtonvs.No. 20 Texas


Venue Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas


Friday,Dec. 30



Duke’s Mayo Bowl


23 NC Statevs. Maryland


Venue Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina


Sun Bowl


18 UCLAvs. Pitt


Venue Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas


Gator Bowl


19 South Carolinavs.No. 21 Notre Dame


Venue TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida


Arizona Bowl


Ohiovs. Wyoming


Venue Arizona Stadium in Tucson, Arizona


Orange Bowl

6 Tennesseevs.No. 7 Clemson


Venue Hard Rock Stadium in Miami auditoriums, Florida


Saturday,Dec. 31


Fiesta Bowl( College Football Playoff semifinal)


2 Michiganvs.No. 3 TCU


Venue State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona


Peach Bowl( College Football Playoff semifinal)


1 Georgiavs.No. 4 Ohio State


Venue Mercedes- Benz Stadium in Atlanta


Music City Bowl


Iowavs. Kentucky


Venue Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee


Sugar Bowl


5 Alabamavs.No. 9 Kansas State


Venue Caesars Superdome in New Orleans


Monday,Jan. 2


ReliaQuest Bowl

22 Mississippi Statevs. Illinois


Venue Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida


Citrus Bowl


17 LSUvs. Purdue


Venue Camping World Stadium in Orlando


Cotton Bowl Classic

10 USCvs.No. 16 Tulane


Venue AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas


Rose Bowl Game


8 Utahvs.No. 11 Penn State


Venue Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California


Monday,Jan. 9

College Football Playoff National Championship Game


Venue SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California


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