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2018-19 Bowl games: Playoffs National Championship, TV Schedule.

College Football Playoff 2018-19: bowl games, championship, Full TV Schedule Updated.





 Notre Dame gets a chance to enter in any Bowl tie-in game. Alabama and Clemson are most favorites to win their conference titles.
 Pac-12 Football champions Washington book their place in Rose Bowl. The other spot will either go to a Big Ten champ Northwestern, non-Playoff Ohio State, or Michigan (if Ohio State makes the Playoff).

 The Sugar Bowl will either be Texas or Oklahoma. According to Big 12’s rules, the conference runner-up is next in line, eliminating West Virginia. Georgia’s in the Sugar unless it beats Bama. If the SEC gets two teams in the Playoff, Florida’s in the Sugar.



College Football Playoff 2018-19: bowl games Projections, matchups,  TV Schedule.







As always, remember bowl bids are not strictly based on merit. A few conferences have rules that prevent bowls from taking teams with clearly lesser records over more deserving teams, but bowls mostly care about butts in seats. If you beat a bigger program that’s closer to a bowl both of you want, you’re not guaranteed to get it.




The season ends in Santa Clara, California, with the College Football Playoff national championship game on Jan. 7.



Here, we sportshistori.com covers almost all projected 40 bowl matchup prediction and the updated College Football Playoff field through about near approaching the 2018 season.


 The complete college football bowl schedule for the 2018-19 season, including matchups, times and broadcast, Full TV Schedule, Online Live Streaming information & latest results are updated on sportshistori.com whenever the 2018-19 Bowl Games are happening.






College Football Playoff prediction, Schedule 2018-19.


Saturday, December 29.

Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, Arlington, Texas (Dec. 29)

CFP semifinalist vs. CFP semifinalist

Clemson     30  -  3     Notre Dame   - 



Capital One Orange Bowl, Miami Gardens, Fla. (Dec. 29)

CFP semifinalist vs. CFP semifinalist

Alabama     45  -  34   Oklahoma -  





College Football National Championship 2019.




College Football Playoff National Championship, Santa Clara, California, (Jan. 7, 8 p.m., ESPN)


Cotton Bowl winner vs. Orange Bowl winner,





Title Game: Clemson     vs.     Alabama.







Dec. 15 — Celebration Bowl: North Carolina A&T 24, Alcorn State 22

Dec. 15 — New Mexico Bowl: Utah State 52, North Texas 13

Dec. 15 — Cure Bowl: Tulane 41, Louisiana-Lafayette 24

Dec. 15 — Las Vegas Bowl: Fresno State 31, Arizona State 20

Dec. 15 — Camellia Bowl: Georgia Southern 23, Eastern Michigan 21

Dec. 15 — New Orleans Bowl: Appalachian State 45, Middle Tennessee 13

Dec. 18 — Boca Raton Bowl: Alabama-Birmingham 37, Northern Illinois 13

Dec. 19 — Frisco Bowl: Ohio 27,  San Diego State 0.

Dec. 20 — Gasparilla Bowl: Marshall   38 -  20    South Florida.

Dec. 21 — Bahamas Bowl: Florida International   35 - 32   Toledo.

Dec. 21 — Idaho Potato Bowl: Brigham Young   49 - 18   Western Michigan.

Dec. 22 — Birmingham Bowl: Memphis   34 -  37    Wake Forest.

Dec. 22 — Armed Forces Bowl:  Army   70  -  34   Houston.

Dec. 22 — Dollar General Bowl: Buffalo   32  -  42   Troy.

Dec. 22 — Hawai’i Bowl: Hawaii   14  -  31    Louisiana Tech.

Dec. 26 — First Responder Bowl: Boise State vs Boston College Canceled.

Dec. 26 — Quick Lane Bowl:  Georgia Tech   10  -  34    Minnesota.

Dec. 26 — Cheez-It Bowl:   California   7  -  10   TCU, (OT).

Dec. 27 — Independence Bowl: Duke    56  -  27   Temple.

Dec. 27 — Pinstripe Bowl: Miami (Fla.)    7  -  35    Wisconsin.

Dec. 27 — Texas Bowl:  Baylor    45  -    38    Vanderbilt.

Dec. 28 — Music City Bowl:  Auburn    63  - 14    Purdue.

Dec. 28 — Camping World Bowl:  Syracuse     34 -  18    West Virginia.

Dec. 28 — Alamo Bowl:  Iowa State    26  -  28    Washington State.

Dec. 29 — Peach Bowl:  Florida    41  -  15    Michigan.

Dec. 29 — Belk Bowl:  South Carolina   0   -  28     Virginia.

Dec. 29 — Arizona Bowl:  Arkansas State    13  -  16    Nevada.

Dec. 29 — Cotton Bowl:   Clemson    30  -  3    Notre Dame.

Dec. 29 — Orange Bowl:   Alabama   45  -  34    Oklahoma.

Dec. 31 — Military Bowl: Cincinnati    35  -  31  Virginia Tech.

Dec. 31 — Sun Bowl:   Pittsburgh    13  -  14   Stanford.

Dec. 31 — Redbox Bowl:   Michigan State   6  - 7     Oregon.

Dec. 31 — Liberty Bowl:   Missouri    33  -  38    Oklahoma State.

Dec. 31 — Holiday Bowl:    Northwestern   31  -  20    Utah.

Dec. 31 — Gator Bowl:   North Carolina State   13  -  52   Texas A&M.





NEW YEAR'S SIX BOWLS Games 2019 Schedule.







JAN. 1

Outback Bowl, Tampa, Fla.

Big Ten vs. SEC

Michigan State    22  -  27    Iowa-


Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Fla.

SEC vs. ACC/Big Ten

 Kentucky   27 -  24    Penn State  -


PlayStation Fiesta Bowl, Glendale, Arizona,

At-large vs. At-large

 LSU    40  -  32    Central Michigan-


Rose Bowl Game Presented by Northwestern Mutual, Pasadena, Calif.

Big Ten vs. Pac-12

Ohio State    28  -  23    Washington  -


Allstate Sugar Bowl, New Orleans (Jan. 1, 8:45 p.m. ET, ESPN)

SEC vs. Big 12

 Texas    28  - 21    Georgia  -






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