Schedule, Scores, TV Channels and Times for the 2023-24 College Football Bowl Game Season



The 2023-24 college football bowl season is underway, and with several exciting games already in the books, there’s much more in store. The schedule includes matchups between some of the top teams in the country, with games being televised on various networks such as ESPN, ABC, and CBS.

The season kicked off with the Myrtle Beach Bowl, where Ohio defeated Georgia Southern, and the Celebration Bowl, where Florida A&M emerged victorious over Howard. The New Orleans Bowl saw Jacksonville State secure a win over Louisiana, while Fresno State claimed victory over New Mexico State in the New Mexico Bowl.

The bowl season also saw some exciting matchups, such as the LA Bowl, where UCLA defeated Boise State, and the Independence Bowl, where Texas Tech emerged victorious over Cal. The Famous Toastery Bowl, temporarily relocated to Charlotte, North Carolina, saw Western Kentucky secure a win over Old Dominion. Other notable games included the Gasparilla Bowl, where Georgia Tech defeated UCF, and the Birmingham Bowl, where Duke emerged victorious over Troy.

Looking ahead, there are several key matchups to watch during the College Football Playoff (CFP) semifinals and championship game. The Rose Bowl will see No. 1 Michigan take on No. 4 Alabama, while the Sugar Bowl will feature No. 2 Washington against No. 3 Texas. The CFP National Championship Game is set to take place in Houston, Texas on January 8, 2024.

In addition to the upcoming matchups, the article also highlights previous CFP title game scores and upcoming game locations and dates. With so much action still to come, college football fans have much to look forward to as the bowl season continues.

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