College football fans can begin to get hyped now that ESPN has released the full schedule of bowl games for the upcoming season. The slate is highlighted, as always, by the College Football Playoff semifinals on Dec. 28 and the national championship game on Jan. 13.
Here’s a full list of games, dates, times, and television networks.
2 p.m.: Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl ESPN7:30 p.m.: Frisco Bowl ESPN2
noon: Celebration Bowl ABC2:00 p.m.: New Mexico Bowl ESPN3:30 p.m.: Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl ABC5:30 p.m.: Camellia Bowl ESPN7:30 p.m.: Mitsubishi Motors Las Vegas Bowl ABC9:00 p.m.: R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl ESPN
2:30 p.m.: Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl ESPN
8:00 p.m.: SoFi Hawai’i Bowl ESPN
4:00 p.m.: Walk-On’s Independence Bowl ESPN8:00 p.m.: Quick Lane Bowl ESPN
noon: Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman ESPN3:20 p.m.: New Era Pinstripe Bowl ESPN6:45 p.m.: Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl ESPN10:15 p.m.: Cheez-It Bowl ESPN
noon: Camping World Bowl ABCnoon: Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic ESPN4 p.m. or 8 p.m. College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl ESPN4 p.m. or 8 p.m.College Football Playoff Semifinal at the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl ESPN
12:30 p.m.: SERVPRO First Responder Bowl ESPN4:00 p.m.: Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl ESPN8:00 p.m.: Capital One Orange Bowl ESPN
noon: Belk Bowl ESPN3:45 p.m.: AutoZone Liberty Bowl ESPN7:30 p.m.: Valero Alamo Bowl ESPN
1:00 p.m.: Citrus Bowl ABC1:00 p.m.: Outback Bowl ESPN5:00 p.m.: Rose Bowl Game Presented by Northwestern Mutual ESPN8:45 p.m.: Allstate Sugar Bowl ESPN
3:00 p.m.: Birmingham Bowl ESPN7:00 p.m.: TaxSlayer Gator Bowl ESPN
3:30 p.m. Famous Idaho Potato Bowl ESPN
11:30 a.m.: Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl ESPN
7:30 p.m.: Mobile Alabama Bowl ESPN
8:00 p.m.: College Football Playoff National Championship ESPN
That is a lot of bowl games, and it’s worth mentioning that there are a whopping 15 coming between the College Football Playoff semifinals and the National Championship game.
About three of those games are appealing, and it’s just the latest sign that the country’s appetite for college football will never be too big.