Counting the four games on tap for Saturday, there are still 24 postseason contests left in the 2013-14 college football bowl schedule. (Full breakdown below).
The earliest game on Saturday is the New Era Pinstripe Bowl from Yankee Stadium. It is a high profile clash with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish battling the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. The Irish are looking to finish off a mildly disappointing season with a win over a tough American Athletic Conference foe.
Later, the Cincinnati Bearcats are pitted against the North Carolina Tar Heels in the Belk Bowl. The 'Heels were barely bowl eligible at 6-6, but Larry Fedora's team will have a distinct geographical advantage.
The game will be played at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C. Expect a plethora of 'Heels fans to be in attendance to lend their support.
The third game of the day is the Russell Athletic Bowl, and it should be a real gem. The Miami Hurricanes take on the Louisville Cardinals in what could be Teddy Bridgewater's final college football game.
Many predict the Cardinals quarterback will bolt for the NFL draft and be selected in the top three picks. He'll get a significant test from a Hurricanes team that had national championship aspirations until a three-game losing streak sent them tumbling out of the Top 25.
Last but not least, the Michigan Wolverines battle the Kansas State Wildcats in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl. Wolverines fans are likely a little bummed heading into this one. Quarterback Devin Gardner will not play because of a broken foot.
He suffered the injury in the regular-season finale against the rival Ohio State Buckeyes, per Bruce Feldman of CBS Sports.
Need help locating each of the remaining bowl games for television viewing? Here's a breakdown of how to watch all 24.
|College Football Schedule 2013-14 - All Times EST|
|Saturday, Dec. 28|
|12 p.m.||Rutgers vs. Notre Dame||New Era Pinstripe Bowl||ESPN|
|3:20 p.m.||Cincinnati vs. North Carolina||Belk Bowl||ESPN|
|6:45 p.m.||Miami (FL) vs. Louisville||Russell Athletic Bowl||ESPN|
|10:15 p.m.||Michigan vs. Kansas State||Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl||ESPN|
|Monday, Dec. 30|
|11:45 p.m.||Middle Tennessee vs. Navy||Bell Helicopter Armed Froces Bowl||ESPN|
|3:15 p.m||Ole Miss vs. Georgia Tech||Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl||ESPN|
|6:45 p.m||Oregon vs. Texas||Valero Alamo Bowl||ESPN|
|10:15 p.m||Arizona State vs. Texas Tech||National University Holiday Bowl||ESPN|
|Tuesday, Dec. 31|
|12:30 p.m||Arizona vs. Boston College||AdvoCare V100 Bowl||ESPN|
|2 p.m||Virginia Tech vs. UCLA||Hyundai Sun Bowl||CBS|
|4 p.m||Rice vs. Mississippi State||AutoZone Liberty Bowl||ESPN|
|8 p.m||Duke vs. Texas A&M||Chick-fil-A Bowl||ESPN|
|Wesnesday, Jan. 1|
|12 p.m.||Nebraska vs. Georgia||Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl||ESPN 2|
|12 p.m||UNLV vs. North Texas||Heart of Dallas Bowl||ESPN U|
|1 p.m||Wisconsin vs. South Carolina||Capital One Bowl||ABC|
|1 p.m||Iowa vs. LSU||Outback Bowl||ESPN|
|5 p.m||Stanford vs. Michigan State||Rose Bowl||ESPN|
|8:30 p.m||UCF vs, Baylor||Tostitos Fiesta Bowl||ESPN|
|Thursday, Jan. 2|
|8:30 p.m||Oklahoma vs. Alabama||Allstate Sugar Bowl||ESPN|
|Friday, Jan. 3|
|7:30 p.m||Oklahoma State vs. Missouri||AT&T Cotton Bowl||Fox|
|8:30 p.m||Clemson vs. Ohio State||Discover Orange Bowl||ESPN|
|Saturday, Jan. 4|
|1 p.m||Vanderbilt vs. Houston||BBVA Compass Bowl||ESPN|
|Sunday, Jan. 5|
|9 p.m||Arkansas State vs. Ball State||GoDaddy.com Bowl||ESPN|
|Monday, Jan. 6|
|8:30 p.m||Florida State vs. Auburn||BCS National Championship||ESPN|
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