There are 35 college football bowl games on the schedule for your viewing pleasure this holiday season.
The festivities get kicked off on Dec. 21 with four bowl games on the slate, and they end 16 days later when the BCS National Championship Game is contested at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.
Here's a look at when and where you can catch every bowl game:
|2013-14 CFB Bowl Game Schedule|
|GAME||MATCHUP||SITE||DATE||TIME (ET)||TV||Live Stream|
|New Mexico Bowl||MWC vs. Pac-12||Albuquerque, N.M.||Dec. 21||2 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Las Vegas Bowl||MWC vs. Pac-12||Las Vegas||Dec. 21||3:30 p.m.||ABC||Watch ABC|
|Famous Idaho Potato Bowl||MAC vs. MWC||Boise, Idaho||Dec. 21||5:30 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|New Orleans Bowl||Tulane vs. La.-Lafayette||New Orleans||Dec. 21||9 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl||American vs. C-USA||St. Petersburg, Fla.||Dec. 23||2 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Hawaii Bowl||C-USA vs. MWC||Honolulu||Dec. 24||8 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Little Caesars Pizza Bowl||Big Ten vs. MAC||Detroit||Dec. 26||6 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Poinsettia Bowl||TBD vs. MWC||San Diego||Dec. 26||9:30 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Military Bowl||ACC vs. C-USA||Annapolis, Md.||Dec. 27||2:30 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Texas Bowl||Big 12 vs. Big Ten||Houston||Dec. 27||6 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl||BYU vs. Pac-12||San Francisco||Dec. 27||9:30 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Pinstripe Bowl||American vs. Big 12||Bronx, N.Y.||Dec. 28||Noon||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Belk Bowl||ACC vs. American||Charlotte, N.C.||Dec. 28||3:20 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Russell Athletic Bowl||ACC vs. American||Orlando, Fla.||Dec. 28||6:45 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl||Big 12 vs. Big Ten||Tempe, Ariz.||Dec. 28||10:15 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Armed Forces Bowl||MWC vs. Navy||Fort Worth, Texas||Dec. 30||11:45 a.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Music City Bowl||ACC vs. SEC||Nashville, Tenn.||Dec. 30||3:15 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Alamo Bowl||Big 12 vs. Pac-12||San Antonio||Dec. 30||6:45 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Holiday Bowl||Big 12 vs. Pac-12||San Diego||Dec. 30||10:15 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|AdvoCare V100 Bowl||ACC vs. SEC||Shreveport, La.||Dec. 31||12:30 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Sun Bowl||ACC vs. Pac-12||El Paso, Texas||Dec. 31||2 p.m.||CBS||CBS.com (SEC Live)|
|Liberty Bowl||C-USA vs. SEC||Memphis, Tenn.||Dec. 31||4 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Chick-fil-A Bowl||ACC vs. SEC||Atlanta||Dec. 31||8 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Gator Bowl||Big Ten vs. SEC||Jacksonville, Fla.||Jan. 1||Noon||ESPN2||Watch ESPN|
|Heart of Dallas Bowl||Big Ten vs. C-USA||Dallas||Jan. 1||Noon||ESPNU||Watch ESPN|
|Capital One Bowl||Big Ten vs. SEC||Orlando, Fla.||Jan. 1||1 p.m.||ABC||Watch ABC|
|Outback Bowl||Big Ten vs. SEC||Tampa, Fla.||Jan. 1||1 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Rose Bowl||Pac-12 vs. Big Ten||Pasadena, Calif.||Jan. 1||5 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Fiesta Bowl||Big 12 vs. BCS At-Large||Glendale, Ariz.||Jan. 1||8:30 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Sugar Bowl||SEC vs. BCS At-Large||New Orleans||Jan. 2||8:30 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Cotton Bowl||Big 12 vs. SEC||Arlington, Texas||Jan. 3||8 p.m.||FOX||Fox Sports Go|
|Orange Bowl||ACC vs. BCS At-Large||Miami||Jan. 3||TBA||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|Compass Bowl||American vs. SEC||Birmingham, Ala.||Jan. 4||1 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|GoDaddy Bowl||MAC vs. Arkansas State||Mobile, Ala.||Jan. 5||9 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
|BCS Championship||BCS No. 1 vs. BCS No. 2||Pasadena, Calif.||Jan. 6||8:30 p.m.||ESPN||Watch ESPN|
Things will certainly be different next season, as college football is adopting a playoff format to decide the national champion, rather than relying on the antiquated—and highly controversial—BCS computer formula.
If the season ended prior to Week 15, Florida State and Ohio State—both undefeated—would compete in the BCS National Championship Game. However, both teams will compete in their conference championship games this year, which are always unpredictable.
Florida State will battle the surprising Duke Blue Devils in the ACC Championship game on Dec. 7. Duke has a record of 10-2, but the Seminoles have been tearing through top teams with ease this season. An upset would be shocking, meaning it's highly probable FSU will make its way to the title game.
Ohio State, on the other hand, could certainly lose to Michigan State in the Big Ten Championship game. The Spartans feature one of the nation's top defenses, allowing just 11.8 points per game. Braxton Miller hasn't faced this kind of test yet in 2013, and it'll be fascinating to see how he responds to the challenge.
The SEC Championship Game featuring Auburn and Missouri is another huge upcoming battle that will shape the way the BCS bowl games pan out. Should FSU or Ohio State lose (or both), then the SEC champ would almost certainly end up in the BCS National Championship game.
Alabama will surely be invited to one of the five BCS bowl games (likely the Orange Bowl) after losing the 2013 Iron Bowl to Auburn in shocking fashion in Week 14. A potential matchup against Clemson (No. 2 in the ACC) would likely lead to a Crimson Tide blowout win.
Undefeated Northern Illinois has one final test against Bowling Green in Week 15. Another victory would likely ensure the MAC squad's inclusion into a BCS bowl game.
Meanwhile, Oklahoma State will secure a spot in the Fiesta Bowl with a win over Oklahoma this weekend, and it's possible the Cowboys could be the team that takes on the dynamic Jordan Lynch and the Huskies.
If Ohio State beats Michigan State in the Big Ten Championship game, then the Spartans will likely head to Pasadena to take on the Pac-12 champ in the Rose Bowl. Stanford and Arizona State will hit the field in Week 15 to decide which of them will represent the conference in this game.
Louisiana-Lafayette will defend its New Orleans Bowl title on Dec. 21, and Tulane recently accepted its bid to challenge the Ragin' Cajuns, as noted by Tom Fornelli of CBSSports.com.
As usual, BYU will compete in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, which takes place two days after Christmas. Navy will take on a team from the MWC in the Armed Forces Bowl on Dec. 30, and Arkansas State will battle a team from the MAC in the GoDaddy Bowl on Jan. 6.
It's been an exciting season of college football, so there's no doubt the upcoming bowl games will live up to the hype.
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