Bowl Schedule 2013-14: Full Listing of Remaining Games

Jeremy FuchsCorrespondent IIIDecember 27, 2013

COLUMBIA, SC - NOVEMBER 16:  Jadeveon Clowney #7 of the South Carolina Gamecocks celebrates a defensive stop with teammates Marcquis Roberts #21 and Sharrod Golightly #9 during their game against the Florida Gators at Williams-Brice Stadium on November 16, 2013 in Columbia, South Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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Bowl season is alive and kicking, and like always, it features a fantastic slate of games. Starting with the New Mexico Bowl, which featured a dazzling comeback by Colorado State, each game has had exciting teams and close matchups.

Going forward, the games are only going to get better, and there are a few games that are simply can't-miss. 

Below is a full listing of all the remaining games. After that, we'll preview some of the most scintillating matchups of bowl season.

2013-14 Bowl Schedule
DateTime (ET)BowlMatchupWatch
Dec. 272:30 p.m.MilitaryMarshall vs. MarylandESPN
Dec. 276 p.m.TexasSyracuse vs. MinnesotaESPN
Dec. 279:30 p.m.Fight HungerBYU vs. WashingtonESPN
Dec. 28NoonPinstripeRutgers vs. Notre DameESPN
Dec. 283:20 p.m.BelkCincinnati vs. North CarolinaESPN
Dec. 286:45 p.m.Russell AthleticLouisville vs. Miami (FL)ESPN
Dec. 2810:15 p.m.Buffalo Wild WingsMichigan vs. Kansas StateESPN
Dec. 3011:45 a.m.Military BowlNavy vs. Middle TennesseeESPN
Dec. 303:15 p.m.Music CityGeorgia Tech vs. Ole MissESPN
Dec. 306:45 p.m.AlamoTexas vs. OregonESPN
Dec. 3010:15 p.m.HolidayTexas Tech vs. Arizona StateESPN
Dec. 3112:30 p.m.AdvoCare V100Boston College vs. ArizonaESPN
Dec. 312 p.m.Sun BowlUCLA vs. Virginia TechCBS
Dec. 314 p.m.LibertyRice vs. Mississippi StateESPN
Dec. 318 p.m.Chick-fil-ADuke vs. Texas A&MESPN
Jan. 1NoonGatorNebraska vs. GeorgiaESPN2
Jan. 1NoonHeart of DallasUNLV vs. North TexasESPNU
Jan. 11 p.m.Capital OneWisconsin vs. South CarolinaABC
Jan. 11 p.m.OutbackLSU vs. IowaESPN
Jan. 15 p.m.RoseMichigan State vs. StanfordESPN
Jan. 18:30 p.m.FiestaBaylor vs. UCFESPN
Jan. 28:30 p.m.SugarAlabama vs. OklahomaESPN
Jan. 38 p.m.CottonMissouri vs. Oklahoma StateFOX
Jan. 38:30 p.m.OrangeClemson vs. Ohio StateESPN
Jan. 41 p.m.BBVA CompassVanderbilt vs. HoustonESPN
Jan. 59 p.m.GoDaddyArkansas State vs. Ball StateESPN
Jan. 68:30 p.m.BCS TitleFlorida State vs. AuburnESPN
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Russell Athletic Bowl: Miami (FL) vs. Louisville

LOUISVILLE, KY - NOVEMBER 23:  Teddy Bridgewater #5 of the Louisville Cardinals throws the ball during the game against the Memphis Tigers at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium on November 23, 2013 in Louisville, Kentucky.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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Date: Dec. 28

Time: 6:45 p.m. ET

TV: ESPN

This will be Teddy Bridgewater's final chance to impress NFL scouts in his bid to be the No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft.

It's been a fantastic season for Bridgewater, who has thrown for 3,523 yards, 28 touchdowns and only four picks. 

He'll face a decent Miami pass defense, as the 'Canes only give up 233.4 yards through the air per game.

The 'Canes know that the only way to beat Louisville is to stop Bridgewater. Defensive coordinator Mark D'Onofrio told Susan Miller Degnan of the Miami Herald:

He definitely does a great job of making decisions, that’s the first thing.Does a good job of getting the football where it’s supposed to go, does a good job of being patient as far as taking a checkdown or being able to escape — and he throws extremely well on the run.

It would be surprising if Miami blitzes Bridgewater all game. The team does have an impressive 28 sacks on the season.

The key will be getting back to what has worked. The 'Canes have not really beaten a good team all year—they were dominated by Florida State. Their only good win was against Florida when the Gators were ranked 12th. Stephen Morris needs to have a big game, as does Dallas Crawford.

Louisville is undeniably the favorite here, and it would be a bit of a shock if the Cardinals lost. That said, Miami does have talent and should be able to make this game interesting. 

 

Chick-fil-A Bowl: Duke vs. Texas A&M

Date: Dec. 31

Time: 8 p.m. ET

TV: ESPN

This is likely Johnny Manziel's final game for the Aggies, capping off a fantastic career.

Duke coach David Cutcliffe gushed over Manziel, telling Laura Keeley of the Charlotte Observer:

As I’ve said, they should be excited. As I said, he truly is one of the more dynamic, if not the most dynamic player, over a long period of time in college football. So if you are a competitor, we know it’s a challenge, but you’ve got to be excited about that, and we are excited about that challenge.

Despite not winning the Heisman again, Manziel had a typically fantastic season. He threw for 3,723 yards and 33 touchdowns, while rushing for 686 yards and eight touchdowns.

It's going to be tough for Duke to stop Manziel. The Blue Devils have the 46th-ranked defense, giving up 24.7 points and 409.3 yards per game. They were torn up by Jameis Winston and Florida State, with the Seminoles notching 569 yards of total offense.

The Blue Devils will probably have a tough time stopping Manziel and Mike Evans. But we can't count them out. For one, they have the Maxwell Coach of the Year in David Cutcliffe:

For another, they did beat good teams in Miami (FL) and Virginia Tech. They also had arguably the best season in school history.

The Aggies are the favorites, but counting out the Blue Devils is unwise. This game should be very exciting. 

 

Capital One Bowl: South Carolina vs. Wisconsin

Date: Jan. 1

Time:  1 p.m. ET

TV: ABC

It's likely the final chance to see Jadeveon Clowney in a college uniform, and it was during last year's Capital One Bowl that the stud defensive end made himself known to the country:

Even though Clowney is undoubtedly the game's biggest star, the real action will take place with the running backs. Wisconsin features a two-headed monster of Melvin Gordon and James White, who have combined for 2,803 yards and 25 touchdowns.

For the Gamecocks, Mike Davis handles the load and does so brilliantly. He's rushed for 1,134 yards and 11 touchdowns.

The Badgers have the sixth-ranked rush defense in the country, giving up just 101.3 yards per game. South Carolina, on the other hand, gives up a healthy 142.3 yards per game on the ground.

In this matchup, it's going to come down to who can run the ball better. And even though the Badgers lost in their last game to Penn State, they have the better running game. 

However, if Clowney can play at his best, then it's hard to see the Badgers running wild. Steve Spurrier gushed over Clowney's impact on the program, telling Scott Hood of the Times and Democrat:

We have 31 wins right now in the three years he’s been here. Hopefully, we can get some more. He has helped us win a bunch of games. Clearly, the profile we had this summer was national. His hit against the Michigan running back was shown worldwide from January through August.

Clowney is the wild card here and may play his best game with every NFL evaluator watching.

It will be a fun matchup, featuring a number of star players. Don't miss this one.