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2018-2019 College Football Bowl Game Schedule

The College Football Playoff committee has released its final rankings of the 2018 season. See below for the details and a full list of college bowl game match-ups.

2018-2019 College Football Bowl Game Schedule

The College Football Playoff committee has released its final rankings of the 2018 season. The Playoff match-ups, set for Dec. 29, will feature #1 Alabama vs. #4 Oklahoma at the Orange Bowl in Miami, while the Cotton Bowl will feature #2 Clemson vs. #3 Notre Dame in Dallas, Texas.

The remaining bowl games are as follows:

2018-2019 Bowl Game Schedule

College Football Playoff
Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic
Dec. 29, Arlington, Texas
Clemson Notre Dame
Capital One Orange Bowl
Dec. 29, Miami Gardens, Florida
Alabama Oklahoma
National Championship
Jan. 7, Santa Clara, California
Goodyear Cotton Bowl winner Capital One Orange Bowl winner
New Year’s Day Bowls
Rose Bowl Game Presented by Northwestern Mutual
Jan. 1, Pasadena, California
Washington Ohio State
Outback Bowl
Jan. 1, Tampa, Florida
Mississippi State Iowa
PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
Jan. 1, Glendale, Arizona
Allstate Sugar Bowl
Jan. 1, New Orleans, Louisiana
Texas Georgia
VRBO Citrus Bowl
Jan. 1, Orlando, Florida
Kentucky Penn State
And Everything Else
Chik-fil-A Peach Bowl
Dec. 29, Atlanta, Georgia
Florida Michigan
TaxSlayer Gator Bowl
Dec. 31, Jacksonville, Florida
NC State Texas A&M
Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl
Dec. 28, Nashville, Tennessee
Purdue Auburn
AutoZone Liberty Bowl
Dec. 31, Memphis, Tennessee
Missouri Oklahoma State
Hyundai Sun Bowl
Dec. 31, El Paso, TX
Stanford Pittsburgh
NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl
Dec. 29, Tucson, Arizona
Arkansas State Nevada
Valero Alamo Bowl
Dec. 28, San Antonio, Texas
Iowa State Washington State
Belk Bowl
Dec. 29, Charlotte, North Carolina
South Carolina Virginia
Birmingham Bowl
Dec. 22, Birmingham, Alabama
Memphis Wake Forest
Red Box Bowl
Dec. 31, Santa Clara, California
Michigan State Oregon
New Era Pinstripe Bowl
Dec. 27, New York, New York
Miami Wisconsin
Camping World Bowl
Dec. 28, Orlando, Florida
West Virginia Syracuse
Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl
Dec. 27, Houston, Texas
Baylor Vanderbilt
Cheez-It Bowl
Dec. 26, Phoenix, Arizona
California TCU
SERVPRO First Responders Bowl
Dec. 26, Dallas, Texas
Boston College Boise State
San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl
Dec. 31, San Diego, California
Northwestern Utah
Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman
Dec. 31, Annapolis, Maryland
Cincinnati Virginia Tech
Walk-On’s Independence Bowl
Dec. 27, Shreveport, Louisiana
Temple Duke
Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl
Dec. 20, St. Petersburg, Florida
Marshall South Florida
Quick Lane Bowl
Dec. 26, Detroit, Michigan
Minnesota Georgia Tech
SoFi Hawai’i Bowl
Dec. 22, Honolulu, Hawaii
Louisiana Tech Hawaii
Dollar General Bowl
Dec. 22, Mobile, Alabama
Buffalo Troy
Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl
Dec. 22, Fort Worth, Texas
Houston Army
Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl
Dec. 21, Nassau, Bahamas
FIU Toledo
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Dec. 21, Boise, Idaho
Western Michigan BYU
Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl
Dec. 15, Atlanta, Georgia
North Carolina A&T Alcorn State
Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl
Dec. 18, Boca Raton, Florida
UAB Northern Illinois
DXL Frisco Bowl
Dec. 19, Frisco, Texas
San Diego State Ohio
Mitsubishi Motors Las Vegas Bowl
Dec. 15, Las Vegas, Nevada
Fresno State Arizona State
Raycom Media Camelia Bowl
Dec. 15, Montgomery, Alabama
Georgia Southern Eastern Michigan
AutoNation Cure Bowl
Dec. 15, Orlando, Florida
Tulane Louisiana
New Mexico Bowl
Dec. 15, Albuquerque, New Mexico
North Texas Utah State
R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
Dec. 15, New Orleans, Louisiana
Middle Tennessee Appalachian State
National Championship
Jan. 7, Santa Clara, California
Goodyear Cotton Bowl Bowl winner Capital One Orange Bowl winner


Nick Moore Nick Moore is a sports contributor at Central Florida Lifestyle. He is an alumni of the University of Florida, where he graduated with honors from the School of Health and Human Performance - Sports Management. Nick has been in the media industry for 13 years, serving a variety of roles in both the business and production aspects. His well-rounded work history is a testament to his belief that you can never learn too much, and the best learning comes through doing.

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