Bowl Game Schedule 2014: How to Watch Remainder of College Postseason

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Bowl Game Schedule 2014: How to Watch Remainder of College Postseason
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South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney

New Year's Day is no longer the biggest day in college football, but it is still pretty important. Aside from two BCS bowl games, there are four other postseason matchups taking place. Four teams ranked in the Top 25 are in action.

The earlier New Year's Day games have a distinct SEC vs. Big Ten feel.

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To begin things, the No. 22-ranked Georgia Bulldogs take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the Gator Bowl at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Fla. The Bulldogs defeated Nebraska, 45-31, in the Capital One Bowl last season.

However, Nebraska will be seeking a big one for its college football program, as ESPN Stats & Info highlights:

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Also, UNLV battles North Texas in the Heart of Dallas Bowl, presented by Plains Capital Bank at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.

Later in the day, business really picks up. 

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In another SEC vs. Big Ten game, the No. 16-ranked LSU Tigers will face the Iowa Hawkeyes in the Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Fla.

Tigers head coach Les Miles has his focus set on Iowa's linebackers in this matchup:

In the third and final SEC vs. Big Ten tilt, the No. 9-ranked South Carolina Gamecocks play the 19th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers in the Capital One Bowl. The game takes place in the Florida Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla. and could be the final college football game for Gamecocks star Jadeveon Clowney.

On Wednesday evening, the BCS games begin. The No. 5-ranked Michigan State Spartans will face the No. 4-ranked Stanford Cardinal in the 100th Rose Bowl from Pasadena, Calif.

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In the final game of the evening, the No. 15-ranked UCF Knights will try to pull the major upset in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. The Knights take on the No. 6-ranked Baylor Bears at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

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UCF's Blake Bortles

This one could be one of the biggest blowouts of the bowl season. Baylor and its top-ranked offense look to have far too much firepower for the Knights—on paper at least. We'll have to see how things shake out when the two teams are between the lines.

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Baylor's Bryce Petty

Want to know where and how to watch the remaining bowl games this postseason? Take a look below.

Remaining Bowl Schedule
Wedsnesday, Jan. 1
Time Matchup Bowl Game TV
12 p.m. Nebraska vs. Georgia 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
Time Matchup Bowl Game TV
8:30 p.m Oklahoma vs. Alabama Allstate Sugar Bowl ESPN
Friday, Jan. 3
Time Matchup Bowl Game TV
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
Time Matchup Bowl Game TV
1 p.m Vanderbilt vs. Houston BBVA Compass Bowl ESPN
Sunday, Jan. 5
Time Matchup Bowl Game TV
9 p.m Arkansas State vs. Ball State Bowl ESPN
Monday, Jan. 6
Time Matchup Bowl Game TV
8:30 p.m Florida State vs. Auburn BCS National Championship ESPN

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