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Are You Ready For Some College FootBOWL?! 2013-2014 Edition

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We know who will be in what BCS game in final campaign of the BCS structure before heading into the 4-team College Football Playoff semifinal format. All games on ESPN unless otherwise indicated:

Vizio BCS National Championship Game in Pasedena, California (Rose Bowl)--January 6

#1 Florida St. Seminoles vs. #2 Auburn Tigers

Vizio Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California (Rose Bowl)--January 1

#4 Michigan St. Spartans vs. #5 Stanford Cardinal

Tostito's Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Arizona (University of Phoenix Stadium)--January 1

#6 Baylor Bears vs. #16 Central Florida Golden Knights

Allstate Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, Louisiana (Mercedes-Benz Louisiana Superdome)--January 2

#3 Alabama Crimson Tide vs. #11 Oklahoma Sooners

FedEX Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida (Sun Life Stadium)--January 3

#7 Ohio St. Buckeyes vs. #12 Clemson Tigers

The whole fun begins on December 21:

Gildan New Mexico Bowl (Albuquerque)--December 21

Colorado St. Rams vs. Washington St. Cougars

Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl (Las Vegas)--December 21 (ABC)

#20 Fresno St. Bulldogs vs. #25 USC Trojans

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (Boise)--December 21

Buffalo Bulls vs. San Diego St. Aztecs

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl (New Orleans)--December 21

Tulane Green Waves vs. SW Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns

Beef 'O' Brady's St. Petersburg Bowl (St. Petersburg)--December 23

Ohio Bobcats vs. East Carolina Buccaneers

Sheraton Hawaii Bowl (Honululu)--December 24

Boise St. Broncos vs. Oregon St. Beavers

Little Ceasers Bowl (Detroit)--December 26

Bowling Green Falcons vs. Pittsburgh Panthers

San Diego County Community Credit Union Bowl (San Diego)--December 26

#23 Northern Illinois Huskies vs. Utah St. Aggies

Military Bowl presented by Northtrup Goldman (Annapolis, MD)--December 27

Marshall Thundering Herd vs. Maryland Terrapins

Texas Bowl (Houston)--December 27

Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. Syracuse Orange

Kraft Fight Hunger San Francisco Bowl (San Francisco)--December 27

BYU Cougars vs. Washington Huskies

New Era Pinstripe Bowl (Bronx, New York)--December 28

Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Rutgers Scarlet Knights

Belk Bowl (Charlotte)--December 28

North Carolina Tar Heels vs. Cincinnati Bearcats

Russell Athletic Bowl (Orlando)--December 28

#18 Louisville Cardinals vs. Miami (FL) Hurricanes

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl (Tempe, Arizona)--December 28

Kansas St. Wildcats vs. Michigan Wolverines

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl (Ft. Worth)--December 30

Middle Tennessee St. Blue Raiders vs. Navy Midshipmen

Franklin American Mortage Music City Bowl (Nashville)--December 30

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs. Mississippi Rebels

Valero Alamo Bowl (San Antonio)--December 30

Texas Longhorns vs. #10 Oregon Ducks

National University Holiday Bowl (San Diego)--December 30

Texas Tech Red Raiders vs. #14 Arizona St. Sun Devils

Advocare V100 Independence Bowl (Shreveport)--December 31

Arizona Wildcats vs. Boston College Golden Eagles

Hyundai Sun Bowl (El Paso)--December 31 (CBS)

#17 UCLA Bruins vs. Virginia Tech Hokies (or Gobblers)

AutoZone Liberty Bowl (Memphis)--December 31

Mississippi St. Bulldogs vs. Rice Owls

Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl (Atlanta)--December 31

#21 Texas A&M Aggies vs. #24 Duke Blue Devils

To be continued with the January slate...

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TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl (Jacksonville)--January 1 (ESPN2)

#22 Georgia Bulldogs vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers

Heart of Dallas Bowl (Dallas)--January 1 (ESPNU)

UNLV Runnin' Rebels vs. North Texas Mean Green Eagles

Capital One Bowl (Orlando)--January 1 (ABC)

#9 South Carolina Gamecocks vs. #19 Wisconsin Badgers

Outback Bowl (Tampa)--January 1

#16 LSU Tigers vs. Iowa Hawkeyes

AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic (Arlington)--January 3 (FOX)

#8 Missouri Tigers vs. #13 Oklahoma St. Cowboys

BBVA Compass Birmingham Bowl (Birmingham)--January 4

Houston Cougars vs. Vanderbilt Commodores

GoDaddy.com Bowl (Mobile)--January 5

Ball St. Cardionals vs. Arkansas St. Red Wolves

Want more bowl games? There's going to be some more coming next year in part thanks to all of the conference reshuffling and new schools coming in. A new rule was enacted in May by the NCAA Legislative Council allows a 6-6 football team to be bowl eligible if it makes to a conference championship even if said teams loses with no need of a NCAA waiver. Four new bowl games are coming next year with the Camillia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama pitting a Sun Belt school versus a MAC representative. Miami gets another bowl again with the Miami Beach Bowl to be played at Marlins Park having an American Athletic school as hosts. A third, the Boca Raton Bowl played at Florida Atlantic University Stadium, will have a third Mid-American team playing against a Conference USA school. The fourth and final ones will be played in Nassau, Bahamas believe it or not, known as the Bahamas Bowl, picking up the mantle of being a college football bowl game outside the US since Toronto's International Bowl. It could get to the point of having bowl organizers to get normally and otherwise ineligible teams to fill them up.

There was even discussion of a Los Angeles getting the Los Angeles Christmas Bowl, a throwback to the old LA Christmas Festival at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. There was even proposed bowls like the Cure Bowl in Orlando at UCF's Bright House Stadium and unnamed ones in Toronto, Little Rock, Dublin, Detroit, and even in Dubai--still hope for a Toronto bowl return. The College Football Playoff slated for next year will use two national semifinals rotated among with Rose and Sugar, Orange and Fiesta, along with the Cotton and Peach Bowls and a championship game played at a neutral site two weeks later. The Rose and Sugar Bowls will be the two permanent games played on January 1, while the other four will play on December 31.

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