Brad’s 24th Annual College Football Bowl Projections

Date Bowl Teams Time Channel
15-Dec New Mexico Louisiana Tech Nevada 2:00 ESPN
15-Dec Cure Tulane UL-Lafayette 2:30 CBSS
15-Dec Las Vegas Boise State Arizona State 3:30 ABC
15-Dec Camellia Ohio Georgia Southern 5:30 ESPN
15-Dec New Orleans Middle Tennessee Appalachian State 9:00 ESPN
18-Dec Boca Raton South Florida FIU 7:00 ESPN
19-Dec Frisco Southern Miss Western Michigan 8:00 ESPN
20-Dec Gasparilla Bowl Cincinnati Duke 8:00 ESPN
21-Dec Bahamas Marshall Toledo 12:30 ESPN
21-Dec Famous Idaho Potato Northern Illinois Utah State 4:00 ESPN
22-Dec Birmingham Memphis Wake Forest 12:00 ESPN
22-Dec Armed Forces Baylor Houston 3:30 ESPN
22-Dec Dollar General Buffalo Troy 7:00 ESPN
22-Dec Hawaii UAB Hawaii 10:30 ESPN
26-Dec First Responder (Dallas) Brigham Young North Texas 1:30 ESPN
26-Dec Quick Lane Virginia Purdue 5:15 ESPN
26-Dec Cheez-It (Cactus) TCU Fresno State 9:00 ESPN
27-Dec Independence Miami-FL Army 1:30 ESPN
27-Dec Pinstripe Boston College Wisconsin 5:15 ESPN
27-Dec Texas Iowa State Auburn 9:00 ESPN
28-Dec Music City NC State Mississippi State 1:30 ESPN
28-Dec Camping World Syracuse West Virginia 5:15 ESPN
28-Dec Arizona Arkansas State San Diego State 5:30 CBSS
28-Dec Alamo Texas Utah 9:00 ESPN
29-Dec Peach Florida UCF 12:00 ESPN
29-Dec Belk Pittsburgh Vanderbilt 12:00 ABC
29-Dec Orange Clemson Notre Dame 4 or 8 ESPN
29-Dec Cotton Alabama Ohio State 4 or 8 ESPN
31-Dec Military Temple Virginia Tech 12:00 ESPN
31-Dec Sun Georgia Tech California 2:00 CBS
31-Dec Redbox (San Francisco) Minnesota Stanford 3:00 FOX
31-Dec Liberty Oklahoma State Missouri 3:45 ESPN
31-Dec Holiday Iowa Oregon 7:00 FS1
31-Dec Gator Michigan State South Carolina 7:30 ESPN
1-Jan Outback Penn State Kentucky 12:00 ESPN 2
1-Jan Citrus Northwestern Texas A & M 1:00 ABC
1-Jan Fiesta LSU Washington State 1:00 ESPN
1-Jan Rose Washington Michigan 5:00 ESPN
1-Jan Sugar Oklahoma Georgia 8:30 ESPN


  1. The biggest question for the committee now is which team is better, a 1 loss conference champ Oklahoma, or a 1 loss conference champ Ohio State. I think we can agree the answer is an undefeated UCF!

  2. Exactly. There are 130 teams in FBS college football and exactly four are unbeaten. In any other sport in the world, those four would be the ones that would participate in the league’s four team playoff. But not college football! That would make too much sense.

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