2013-14 Bowl Schedule Finalized

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Auburn will play FSU in the 2014 BCS National Championship Game. (Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports)

The 2013-14 College Football Bowl Schedule was finalized this evening and announced during the Bowl Selection Special on ESPN.

Florida State (13-0, 8-0 ACC) and Auburn (12-1, 7-1), the top two teams in the final BCS Standings, will face off in the 2014 Vizio BCS National Championship game at The Rose Bowl on Monday, Jan. 6 (8:30pm ET, ESPN).

The four BCS Bowls also feature some intriguing match-ups:

  • Fiesta – Baylor vs. UCF
  • Orange – Clemson vs. Ohio State
  • Rose – Michigan State vs. Stanford
  • Sugar – Alabama vs. Oklahoma

The 2013-14 bowl season kicks off on Saturday, December 21 with the Gildan New Mexico Bowl in Albuquerque. This years match-up will feature Colorado State vs. Washington State (Saturday, Dec. 21, 2pm ET, ESPN).

New Year’s Day features the TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl (Georgia vs. Nebraska), Heart of Dallas Bowl (North Texas vs. UNLV), Capital One Bowl (South Carolina vs. Wisconsin), Outback Bowl (Iowa vs. LSU) and the previously mentioned Rose Bowl Game and Fiesta Bowl.

See the links below for the complete bowl schedules.

Final 2013 BCS Standings (complete info):

  1. Florida State
  2. Auburn
  3. Alabama
  4. Michigan State
  5. Stanford
  6. Baylor
  7. Ohio State
  8. Missouri
  9. South Carolina
  10. Oregon
  11. Oklahoma
  12. Clemson
  13. Oklahoma State
  14. Arizona State
  15. UCF
  16. LSU
  17. UCLA
  18. Louisville
  19. Wisconsin
  20. Fresno State
  21. Texas A&M
  22. Georgia
  23. Northern Illinois
  24. Duke
  25. USC

Eligible Teams Not Playing in a Bowl

  • Central Michigan
  • Florida Atlantic
  • San Jose State
  • South Alabama
  • Texas State
  • Toledo
  • Troy
  • ULM
  • Western Kentucky
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23 Comments to 2013-14 Bowl Schedule Finalized

  1. J. R. Marsh

    Why wasn’t Oregon, which was rated above Oklahoma in the final BCS standings, selected to play Alabama in the Sugar Bowl? Did Bama get their choice of opponents and select the team they felt more confident that they could defeat?

  2. donuan

    For the first time in my life…I may be rooting for Oklahoma.

  3. Davis

    good to see teams like Buffalo, Tulane, Minnesota, Ohio, Rutgers, MTSU, North Texas in bowl games, and Florida and W. Virginia playing golf.

  4. Bocam

    Im an auburn fan but do you really think Oregon could beat Bama. Bama would destroy them just like Arizona did but a bunch worse. Oregon plays decent until they play someone good.

  5. bocam

    Oregon blows it like they always do.

  6. Ark State Army

    They couldn’t find room for one of the FOUR Sunbelt teams that went 6-6? Good showing by the SB this year sans Georgia State.

  7. Bill M

    Better bowl matchups than last season.

  8. Chandler Wenton

    3 PAC-12 vs. 3 MWC? Can we get some diversity in the conference match-ups? And so few mid-major vs AQ games—-people tune in to watch those….suggest they try for more in future seasons.

  9. robert

    The PAC 12 matchups are by and large pretty boring. They have such poor tie ins that they end up with 3 Mountain West and BYU, hardly exciting . Holiday Bowl PAC12 #2 vs Big 12 #3.
    Alamo Bowl, PAC12 #3 vs Big12 #5. Maaco Bowl PAC12 #5 vs. Mountain West Chump. Sun Bowl PAC12 #4 vs ACC #4 in El Paso. Mostly pre New Years night games. Meanwhile, the Big 10 and SEC play New Years Day or later in more prestigious bowls. Nice job PAC 12 Commissioner !

  10. Drew

    Would be great if you were able to create a helmet version of the bowl schedule!

  11. RP

    Most Bowls have a commitment with two conferences for their selection choices. Like x#2 vs. y#3, x#4 vs y#1, etc….. Wake up.

  12. Why isn’t it possible to find a printable bowl schedule that lists the game times in Pacific Time? Or for that matter, any time zone except ET? Sure, I can made the mental adjustment, but the failure to produce the variants is just stupid. We don’t all live in Atlanta or New York.

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