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College Football Bowl Schedule 2022-2023

Posted: Dec 5, 2022Last updated: Dec 5, 2022

December is here, which means it’s time to go bowling — college bowling, that is.

The NCAA football bowl schedule is about to start. College football is one of the most popular betting sports in the United States, and bowl betting is a hallmark of the holiday season.

Here’s a look at the 2023 bowl season schedule and how to wager on those games.

When Does The 2022-2023 Bowl Season Begin?

The 42-game NCAA football bowl season will kick off with the Bahamas Bowl on Dec. 16. The bowl season will run through the College Football Playoff national championship game at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California on Jan. 9.

The two College Football Playoff semifinal matchups are set, with top-ranked and defending champion Georgia essentially playing a home game against No. 4 Ohio State at the Chick Fil-A Peach Bowl in Atlanta at 8 p.m. on New Years Eve.

The Peach Bowl will serve as the nightcap of a semifinal doubleheader. The early game will pit second-ranked Michigan against No. 3 Texas Christian in the Vrbo Fiesta Bowl at 4 p.m. ET. Michigan has not won an undisputed national championship in football since 1948. TCU is aiming for its second national title and first since 1938.


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What Is The 2023 NCAAF Bowl Schedule?

Here’s the full bowl schedule for 2022-23. (All times listed are ET)

Friday, December 16

HomeTown Lenders Bahamas Bowl (Thomas A. Robinson Stadium — Nassau, Bahamas)

Miami University vs Alabama-Birmingham, 11:30 a.m., ESPN

Duluth Trading Cure Bowl (Exploria Stadium — Orlando, Fla.)

Texas-San Antonio vs Troy, 3 p.m., ESPN

Saturday, December 17

Wasabi Fenway Bowl (Fenway Park — Boston, Mass.)

Cincinnati vs Louisville, 11 a.m., ESPN

New Mexico Bowl (University Stadium — Albuquerque, N.M.)

Southern Methodist vs Brigham Young, 2:15 p.m., ESPN

Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl (SoFi Stadium — Inglewood, Calif.)

Washington State vs Fresno State, 3:30 p.m., ABC

LendingTree Bowl (Hancock Whitney Stadium — Mobile, Ala.)

Rice vs Southern Mississippi, 5:15 p.m., ESPN

SRS Distribution Las Vegas Bowl (Allegiant Stadium — Las Vegas, Nev.)

Florida vs Oregon State, 7:30 p.m., ABC

Frisco Bowl (Toyota Stadium — Frisco, Texas)

North Texas vs Boise State, 9:15 p.m., ESPN

Monday, December 19

Myrtle Beach Bowl (Brooks Stadium — Conway, S.C.)

Marshall vs Connecticut, 2:30 p.m., ESPN

Tuesday, December 20

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (Albertsons Stadium — Boise, Idaho)

Eastern Michigan vs San Jose State, 3:30 p.m., ESPN

RoofClaim.com Boca Raton Bowl (FAU Stadium — Boca Raton, Fla.)

Liberty vs Toledo, 7:30 p.m., ESPN

Wednesday, December 21

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl (Caesars Superdome — New Orleans)

Western Kentucky vs South Alabama, 9 p.m., ESPN

Thursday, December 22

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl (Amon G. Carter Stadium — Fort Worth, Texas)

Baylor vs Air Force, 7:30 p.m., ESPN

Friday, December 23

Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl (Independence Stadium — Shreveport, La.)

Louisiana vs Houston, 3 p.m., ESPN

Union Home Mortgage Gasparilla Bowl (Raymond James Stadium — Tampa)

Wake Forest vs Missouri, 6:30 p.m., ESPN

Saturday, December 24

EasyPost Hawaii Bowl (Clarence T.C. Ching Athletic Complex, Honolulu)

Middle Tennessee State vs San Diego State, 8 p.m., ESPN

Monday, December 26

Quick Lane Bowl (Ford Field — Detroit)

New Mexico State vs Bowling Green, 2:30 p.m., ESPN

Tuesday, December 27

Camillia Bowl (Cramton Bowl — Montgomery, Ala.)

Georgia Southern vs Buffalo, noon, ESPN

SERVPro First Responders Bowl (Ford Stadium — Dallas)

Memphis vs Utah State, 3:15 p.m., ESPN

TicketSmarter Birmingham Bowl (Protective Stadium — Birmingham, Ala.)

Coastal Carolina vs East Carolina, 6:45 p.m., ESPN

Guaranteed Rate Bowl (Chase Field — Phoenix)

Wisconsin vs Oklahoma State, 10:15 p.m., ESPN

Wednesday, December 28

Military Bowl (Memorial Stadium — Annapolis, Md.)

Central Florida vs Duke, 2 p.m., ESPN

AutoZone Liberty Bowl (Liberty Stadium — Memphis, Tenn.)

Kansas vs Arkansas, 5:15 p.m., ESPN

San Diego Credit Union Holiday Bowl (Petco Park — San Diego)

Oregon vs North Carolina, 8 p.m., FOX

TaxAct Texas Bowl (NRG Stadium — Houston)

Texas Tech vs Mississippi, 9 p.m., ESPN

Thursday, December 29

Bad Boy Mowers Pinstripe Bowl (Yankee Stadium — Bronx, N.Y.)

Syracuse vs Minnesota, 2 p.m., ESPN

Cheez-It Bowl (Camping World Stadium — Orlando, Fla.)

Oklahoma vs Florida State, 5:30 p.m., ESPN

Valero Alamo Bowl (Alamodome — San Antonio, Texas)

Texas vs Washington, 9 p.m., ESPN

Friday, December 30

Duke’s Mayo Bowl (Bank of America Stadium — Charlotte, N.C.)

Maryland vs North Carolina State, noon, ESPN

Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl (Sun Bowl — El Paso, Texas)

Pittsburgh vs UCLA, 2 p.m., CBS

TaxSlayer Gator Bowl (TIAA Bank Field — Jacksonville, Fla.)

Notre Dame vs South Carolina, 3:30 p.m., ESPN

Barstool Sports Arizona Bowl (Arizona Stadium — Tucson, Ariz.)

Ohio vs Wyoming, 4:30 p.m., Barstool

Capital One Orange Bowl (Hard Rock Stadium — Miami Gardens, Fla.)

Tennessee vs Clemson, 8 p.m., ESPN

Saturday, December 31

TransPerfect Music City Bowl (Nissan Stadium — Nashville)

Iowa vs Kentucky, noon, ESPN

Allstate Sugar Bowl (Caesars Superdome — New Orleans)

Alabama vs Kansas State, noon, ABC

College Football Playoff at the Vrbo Fiesta Bowl (State Farm Stadium — Glendale, Ariz.)

No. 2 Michigan vs No. 3 Texas Christian, 4/8 p.m., ESPN

College Football Playoff at the Chick Fil-A Peach Bowl (Mercedes-Benz Stadium — Atlanta)

No. 1 Georgia vs No. 4 Ohio State, 8 p.m., ESPN

Monday, January 2, 2023

ReliaQuest Bowl (Raymond James Stadium — Tampa)

Mississippi State vs Illinois, noon, ESPN2

Cheez-It Citrus Bowl (Camping World Stadium — Orlando, Fla.)

LSU vs Purdue, 1 p.m., ABC

Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic (AT&T Stadium — Arlington, Texas)

Southern California vs Tulane, 1 p.m., ESPN

Rose Bowl, Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.)

Utah vs Penn State, 5 p.m., ESPN

Monday, January 9, 2023

College Football Playoff National Championship Game presented by AT&T (SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, Calif.)

Georgia/Ohio State vs Michigan/Texas Christian, 8 p.m., ESPN

How Can I Bet on the NCAAF Bowls?

With round-the-clock games, and ample off time for most of us around the holidays, betting on the college-football bowl season adds some juice to the action. There are upsets, trick plays and wild finishes since most of the teams playing have little to lose.

Plus, with the College Football Playoff semifinals and national-championship game, there are titles on the line.

Betting on the games is as easy as signing up for an online sportsbook account, as long as you live in a state where sports betting is legal. You simply enter your real info, verify it then deposit and start placing bets on bowl action of your choosing.

If someone gave you a BetMGM or Caesars gift card as a holiday gift then that’s even better. You’ll have those funds to use instead of your own hard-earned money.

Cashing in on an upset pick, or winning real money when your favorite team or alma mater wins, adds a tangible victory and makes the bowls more exciting and entertaining.

Plus, each sportsbook has a new-signup offer and new-user bonus like risk-free bets or bet-and-gets that lengthens your ability to play during bowl season.

Author

Pat Pickens

Pat Pickens is a seasoned sportswriter who has covered the NHL since 2013 for various websites, including The New York Times, NHL.com, Sportsnet.ca, USA Today, the Associated Press and many others. His debut book, titled "The Whalers" about the history of the NHL's Hartford Whalers, was released in October 2021. His greatest successful wager was an LA Kings puck-line bet (+200) in Game 1 of the 2012 Western Conference Final.

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