It’s December 29, 2013 and 15 of the 35 bowl games have been completed. There are no games today due to the NFL, but bowl action resumes on Monday, Dec. 30.
The first game on Monday is the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, TX, which features Middle Tennessee vs. Navy (11:45am ET, ESPN).
Following the Armed Forces Bowl is the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl at LP Field in Nashville, TN. Georgia Tech will take on Ole Miss at 3:15pm ET on ESPN.
Then at 6:45pm ET on ESPN, Oregon and Texas square off in the Valero Alamo Bowl at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX. The game will be the last for Texas head coach Mack Brown.
Monday’s bowl nightcap kicks off at 10:15pm ET on ESPN. Arizona State and Texas Tech will battle in the National University Holiday Bowl at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego.
Here are the current bowl standings by conference:
- Big 12 (1-0)
- Sun Belt (1-0)
- Pac-12 (3-1)
- C-USA (2-1)
- ACC (3-2)
- MWC (3-2)
- IND (1-1)
- American (1-2)
- Big Ten (0-2)
- MAC (0-4)
- SEC (0-0)
Listed below is the schedule of bowl games through New Year’s Eve.
Monday, Dec. 30, 2013
- Armed Forces Bowl – Middle Tennessee vs. Navy, 11:45am ET, ESPN
- Music City Bowl – Georgia Tech vs. Ole Miss 3:15pm ET, ESPN
- Alamo Bowl – Oregon vs. Texas, 6:45pm ET, ESPN
- Holiday Bowl – Arizona State vs. Texas Tech, 10:15pm ET, ESPN
Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2013
- AdvoCare V100 Bowl – Arizona vs. Boston College, 12:30pm ET, ESPN
- Hyundai Sun Bowl – UCLA vs. Virginia Tech, 2pm ET, CBS
- AutoZone Liberty Bowl – Mississippi State vs. Rice, 4pm ET, ESPN
- Chick-fil-A Bowl – Duke vs. Texas A&M, 8pm ET, ESPN
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