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College Football TV schedule and times

Here is an updated college football TV schedule for the 2024 season. This article will be updated throughout the season as more TV channels and game times are announced, throughout bowl season and the College Football Playoff.

College football scores, schedule, game times, TV channels

Always Oriental. All timetables and networks are subject to change.

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Week 0

Saturday August 24

Florida State vs. Georgia Tech (in Dublin, Ireland) | 12:00 noon | ESPN
McNeese, Tarleton State | 3:30 PM | ESPNU
State of Montana in New Mexico | 4:00 PM | FS1
North Alabama vs. Southeast Missouri State (in Montgomery, Alabama) | 7:00 PM | ESPN
Florida A&M vs. Norfolk State (in Atlanta, Georgia) | 7:30 PM | ABC
SMU in Nevada | 8:00 PM | CBSSN

Thursday August 29

Howard at Rutgers | 6:00 PM | Big Ten Network
North Carolina A&T at Wake Forest | 7:00 PM | ESPN+/ACCNX
New Hampshire at UCF | 7:00 PM | Big 12/ESPN+
Western Carolina at NC State | 7:00 PM | ACC Network
Jackson State at UL Monroe | 7:00 PM | ESPN+
Lafayette at Buffalo | 7:00 PM | ESPN+
Fordham at Bowling Green | 7:00 PM | ESPN+
Central Connecticut in Central Michigan | 7:00 PM | ESPN+
Arkansas-Pine Bluff in Arkansas | 7:30 PM | ESPNU
Duquesne in Toledo | 7:30 PM | ESPN+
North Carolina and Minnesota | 8:00 PM | FOX
Murray State in Missouri | 8:00 PM | SEC Network
State of North Dakota in Colorado | 8:00 PM | ESPN
Lindenwood in Kansas | 8:00 PM | Big 12/ESPN+
Coastal Carolina in the State of Jacksonville | 8:00 PM | CBSSN
Alcorn State at UAB | 8:00 PM | ESPN+
Southeast Louisiana near Tulane | 8:00 PM | ESPN+
Northwestern State in Tulsa | 8:00 PM | ESPN+
Southern Utah in Utah | 9:00 PM | Big 12/ESPN+
Eastern Illinois in Illinois | 9:00 PM | Big Ten Network

Friday August 30

Lehigh at Army | 6:00 PM | CBSSN
Temple in Oklahoma | 7:00 PM | ESPN
Florida Atlantic in the state of Michigan | 7:00 PM | Big Ten Network
Elon at Duke | 7:30 PM | ACC Network
Western Michigan in Wisconsin | 9:00 PM | Big Ten Network
TCU at Stanford | 10:30 PM | ESPN

College football scores, results

Here’s a look back at last season’s bowl games

Bowl games

Saturday December 16th

41, Georgia Southern 21 (Myrtle Beach Bowl)
Florida A&M 30, Howard 26 (Celebration Scale)
State of Jacksonville 34Louisiana 31 (New Orleans Bowl)
Appalachian State 13Miami (Ohio) 9 (Cure Bowl)
Fresno State 37New Mexico State 10 (New Mexico Bowl)
UCLA 35Boise State 22 (LA Bowl)
Texas Tech 34, Cal 14 (Independence Bowl)

Monday December 18th

Western Kentucky 38Old Dominion 35 (OT) (Famous Toastery Bowl)

Tuesday December 19th

UTSA35Marshall 17 (Frisco Bowl)

Thursday December 21

USF 45, Syracuse 0 (Boca Raton Bowl)

Friday December 22

Georgia Tech 30, UCF 17 (Gasparilla bowl)

Saturday December 23

Duke 17Troy 10 (Birmingham Bowl)
Northern Illinois 21, Arkansas State 19 (Camellia Bowl)
Air Force 31, James Madison 21 (Armed Forces)
State of Georgia 45, Utah State 22 (Idaho’s famous potato bowl)
South Alabama 59, Eastern Michigan 10 (68 Ventures Bowl)
Northwest 14, Utah 7 (Las Vegas Bowl)
Coastal Carolina 24, San Jose State 14 (Hawai’i Bowl)

Tuesday, December 26

Minnesota 30, Bowling Green 24 (Quick Lane Bowl)
Texas State 45, Rice 21 (first aid bowl)
Kansas 49, UNLV 36 (guaranteed rate bowl)

Wednesday December 27

Virginia Tech 41, Tulane 20 (military bowl)
West Virginia 30, North Carolina 10 (Duke’s Mayo Bowl)
Southern Cal 42, No. 15 Louisville 28 (holiday bowl)
No. 20 Oklahoma State 31, vs. Texas A&M 23 (Texas Bowl)

Thursday December 28

Boston College 23, No. 24 SMU 14 (Fenway Bowl)
Rutgers 31, Miami (Fla.) 24 (pinstripe bowl)
No. 25 Kansas State 29, No. 18 NC State 18 (Pop-Tarts Bowl)
No. 14 Arizona 38, No. 12 Oklahoma 24 (Alamo Bowl)

Friday December 29th

No. 22 Clemson 38, Kentucky 35 (Gatorkom)
No. 16 Notre Dame 40vs. No. 19 Oregon State 8 (Sun Bowl)
Memphis 36Iowa State 26 (Liberty Bowl)
No. 9Missouri 14, No. 7 Ohio State 3 (cotton bowl)

Saturday December 30th

No. 11 Ole Miss 38No. 10 Penn State 25 (peach arch)
Maryland 31Auburn 13 (Music City Bowl)
No. 6 Georgia 63No. 5 Florida State 3 (Orange Bowl)
Wyoming 16Toledo 15 (Arizona Bowl)

Monday January 1

No. 13 LSU 35, Wisconsin 31 (ReliaQuest Bowl)
No. 21 Tennessee 35, No. 17 Iowa 0 (Citrus Bowl)
No. 8 Oregon 45, No. 23 Liberty 6 (Fiesta Bowl)
No. 1 Michigan 27, No. 4 Alabama 20 (OT) (CFP semifinal at the Rose Bowl)
No. 2Washington 37, No. 3 Texas 31 (CFP semifinal at the Sugar Bowl)

Monday January 8

No. 1 Michigan 34No. 2 Washington 13 (CFP National Championship Game at NRG Stadium in Houston)

College Football Playoff: New Year’s Six schedule

Date Game Time LOCK
Friday December 29th Cotton bowl 8 p.m
Saturday December 30th Peach bowl 12.00
Saturday December 30th Orange bowl 16.00 hours
Monday January 1 Fiesta bowl 1 o’clock in the afternoon
Monday January 1 Rose Bowl (CFP semifinal) 5 p.m
Monday January 1 Sugar Bowl (CFP semifinal) 8:45 PM
Monday January 8 CFP National Championship Game (Houston, Texas)

And here’s the history of who has won the College Football Playoff every season since its debut in 2014:

College football playoff results:

Season 2014

  • Rose bowl: No. 2 Oregon 59No. 3 Florida State 20
  • Sugar bowl: No. 4 Ohio State 42No. 1 Alabama 35
  • CFP National Championship Match: No. 4 Ohio State 42No. 2 Oregon 20

Season 2015

  • Orange bowl: No. 1 Clemson 37No. 4 Oklahoma 17
  • Cotton bowl: No. 2 Alabama 38No. 3 Michigan State 0
  • CFP National Championship Match: No. 2 Alabama 45No. 1 Clemson 40

Season 2016

  • Fiesta bowl: No. 2 Clemson 31No. 3 Ohio State 0
  • Peach bowl: No. 1 Alabama 24No. 4 Washington 7
  • CFP National Championship Match: No. 2 Clemson 35No. 1 Alabama 31

Rankings: All major college football polls

Season 2017

  • Rose bowl: No. 3 Georgia 54No. 2 Oklahoma 48 (2OT)
  • Sugar bowl: No. 4 Alabama 24No. 1 Clemson 6
  • CFP National Championship Match: No. 4 Alabama 26No. 3 Georgia 23 (OT)

Season 2018

  • Orange bowl: No. 1 Alabama 45No. 4 Oklahoma 34
  • Cotton bowl: No. 2 Clemson 30No. 3 Notre Dame 3
  • CFP National Championship Match: No. 2 Clemson 44No. 1 Alabama 16

Season 2019

  • Peach bowl: No. 1 LSU 63No. 4 Oklahoma 28
  • Fiesta bowl: No. 3 Clemson 29No. 2 Ohio State 23
  • CFP National Championship Match: No. 1 LSU 42No. 3 Clemson 25

Season 2020

  • Rose bowl: No. 1 Alabama 31No. 4 Notre Dame 14
  • Sugar bowl: No. 3 Ohio State 49No. 2 Clemson 28
  • CFP National Championship Match: No. 1 Alabama 52No. 3 Ohio State 24

Season 2021

  • Cotton bowl: No. 1 Alabama 27No. 4 Cincinnati 6
  • Orange bowl: No. 3 Georgia 34No. 2 Michigan 11
  • CFP National Championship Match: No. 3 Georgia 33No. 1 Alabama 18

Season 2022

  • Peach bowl: No. 1 Georgia 42No. 4 Ohio State 41
  • Fiesta bowl: No. 3 TCU 51No. 2 Michigan 45
  • CFP National Championship Match: No. 1 Georgia 65No. 3 TCU 7