Complete 2014-15 college football bowl schedule
AUG 09, 2014 7:09p ET
Mark your calendars: Here's your comprehensive college football bowl schedule for the 2014-15 season.
Bowl season has kicked off, and it all culminates on Jan. 12 with the National Championship game in Arlington, Texas.
This year the NCAA also is kicking off its inaugural College Football Playoff games (highlighted in bold). The final rankings were released Dec. 7, and after weeks of debate it will be Alabama, Oregon, Florida State and Ohio State competing for the national title.
Alabama (12-1) was a surefire pick after winning the SEC. Same for Oregon (12-1) after avenging its only loss of the season by waxing Arizona in the Pac-12 title game. Despite a series of shaky results, Florida State (13-0) still made it in on the strength of an unblemished record and an ACC title. Ohio State (12-1) roared into the final spot on the final night, crushing Wisconsin in the Big Ten title game to impress the committee.
That means Baylor (11-1) and TCU (11-1), co-champions of the Big 12, were left out entirely. They'll both be in New Year's 6 bowls with No. 5 Baylor taking on No. 8 Michigan State in the Cotton Bowl and No. 6 TCU facing No. 9 Ole Miss in the Peach Bowl.
Check out the locations, dates and times of all 39 bowl games below.