Brad’s 23rd Annual College Football Bowl Projections

Date Bowl Teams Time Channel
16-Dec New Orleans UAB Arkansas State 1:00 ESPN
16-Dec Cure Western Kentucky Georgia State 2:30 CBSS
16-Dec Las Vegas Boise/Fresno winner UCLA 3:30 ABC
16-Dec New Mexico Louisiana Tech Colorado State 4:30 ESPN
16-Dec Camellia Ohio Troy 8:00 ESPN
19-Dec Boca Raton South Florida Florida Atlantic 7:00 ESPN
20-Dec Frisco SMU Oregon 8:00 ESPN
21-Dec Gasparilla Temple Florida International 8:00 ESPN
22-Dec Bahamas Marshall Northern Illinois 12:30 ESPN
22-Dec Famous Idaho Potato Central Michigan Wyoming 4:00 ESPN
23-Dec Birmingham Memphis Texas Tech 12:00 ESPN
23-Dec Armed Forces UTSA Army 3:30 ESPN
23-Dec Dollar General Akron Appalachian State 7:00 ESPN
24-Dec Hawaii Houston Boise/Fresno loser 8:30 ESPN
26-Dec Heart of Dallas Iowa State North Texas 1:30 ESPN
26-Dec Quick Lane Duke Toledo 5:15 ESPN
26-Dec Cactus Kansas State Arizona 9:00 ESPN
27-Dec Independence Wake Forest Southern Miss 1:30 ESPN
27-Dec Pinstripe Boston College Purdue 5:15 ESPN
27-Dec Foster Farms San Diego State Washington State 8:30 FOX
27-Dec Texas Texas Texas A & M 9:00 ESPN
28-Dec Military Navy Virginia 1:30 ESPN
28-Dec Camping World NC State Oklahoma State 5:15 ESPN
28-Dec Holiday Northwestern Stanford/USC loser 9:00 FOX
28-Dec Alamo TCU Washington 9:00 ESPN
29-Dec Belk Virginia Tech Missouri 1:00 ESPN
29-Dec Sun Louisville Arizona State 3:00 CBS
29-Dec Music City Iowa Kentucky 4:30 ESPN
29-Dec Arizona New Mexico State Utah State 5:30 CBSS
29-Dec Cotton Penn State Notre Dame 8:30 ESPN
30-Dec Taxslayer (Gator) Florida State Mississippi State 12:00 ESPN
30-Dec Liberty West Virginia Utah 12:30 ABC
30-Dec Fiesta Ohio State/Wisky loser Southern Cal/Stanford winner 4:00 ESPN
30-Dec Orange Miami-FL Alabama 8:00 ESPN
1-Jan Outback Michigan LSU 12:00 ESPN 2
1-Jan Peach- Semifinal UCF Georgia/Auburn loser 12:30 ESPN
1-Jan Citrus Michigan State South Carolina 1:00 ABC
1-Jan Rose Oklahoma Georgia/Auburn winner 5:00 ESPN
1-Jan Sugar Clemson Ohio State/Wisky winner 8:45 ESPN

3 comments

  1. Do you think the CFP is more or less corrupt than the BCS when it comes to putting the best teams in the playoff? By corrupt, I mean heavily influenced by money rather than pure football.

  2. Very good question. I’d say it’s about the same. The Playoff committee is basically a re-formatted version of the BCS run by the exact same people. Bill Hancock has been the chairman/executive director of both.

  3. True. I was a big fan of the CFP when it was first announced, but I will never get over the TCU/Baylor snub of 2014. Seems like Ohio State is going to find a way to sneak in again this year.

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