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Your 2013-2014 Bowl Game Announcing Schedule

Bowl season is upon us, where average to mediocre teams play largely meaningless games in front of small crowds for a couple weeks until the games that we actually care about take place!

Ok, that may be a little harsh as there are actually some intriguing games before January 1st this year and plenty of decent BCS matchups before it all comes to a head January 6th in the final BCS title game.  35 games of college football over 17 days on a journey that goes from New Mexico to Pasadena.  ESPN televises 33 of the 35 Bowl games with CBS (Sun Bowl) and Fox (Cotton Bowl) both televising 1 game a piece.

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Below you'll find all the dates, times, and announcing assignments as well as the Bowl Game rankings from our friends at Crystal Ball Run as an added guide for you to decide which games are appointment viewing and which you might be ok popping in your DVD copy of It's A Wonderful Life.

Here now your full 2013-2014 Bowl Game Announcing Schedule…

Saturday December 21st

(32) New Mexico Bowl: Washington State (6-6) vs Colorado State (7-6)
2 PM ET, ESPN – Mark Jones, Brock Huard, and Jessica Mendoza

(10) Las Vegas Bowl: #20 Fresno State (11-1) vs #25 USC (9-4)
3:30 PM ET, ABC – Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer, David Pollack, and Samantha Ponder

(31) Idaho Potato Bowl: Buffalo (8-4) vs San Diego State (7-5)
5:30 PM ET, ESPN – Clay Matvick, Matt Stinchcomb, and Dawn Davenport

(18) New Orleans Bowl: Tulane (7-5) vs Louisiana-Lafayette (8-4)
9 PM ET, ESPN – Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, and Jeannine Edwards

Monday December 23rd

(30) Beef O Brady's Bowl St. Petersburg: Ohio (7-5) vs East Carolina (9-3)
2 PM ET, ESPN – Beth Mowins, Joey Galloway, and Paul Carcaterra

Tuesday December 24th

(26) Hawaii Bowl: Boise State (8-4) vs Oregon State (6-6)
8 PM ET, ESPN – Steve Levy, Lou Holtz, Mark May, and Maria Taylor

Thursday December 26th

(27) Little Caesars Bowl: Pittsburgh (6-6) vs Bowling Green (10-3)
6 PM ET, ESPN – Dave Lamont, Ray Bentley, and Niki Noto

(25) Poinsettia Bowl: Utah State (8-5) vs #23 Northern Illinois (12-1)
9:30 PM ET, ESPN – Joe Davis, Mike Bellotti, and Cara Capuano

Friday December 27th

(28) Military Bowl: Marshall (9-4) vs Maryland (7-5)
2:30 PM ET, ESPN – Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, and Jeannine Edwards

(24) Texas Bowl: Syracuse (6-6) vs Minnesota (8-4)
6 PM ET, ESPN – Mark Jones, Brock Huard, and Kaylee Hartung

(15) Fight Hunger Bowl: BYU (8-4) vs Washington (8-4)
9:30 PM ET, ESPN – Dave Pasch, Brian Griese, and Tom Luginbill

Saturday December 28th

(23) Pinstripe Bowl: Rutgers (6-6) vs Notre Dame (8-4)
12 PM ET, ESPN – Chris Fowler, Jesse Palmer, and Paul Carcaterra

(21) Belk Bowl: Cincinnati (9-3) vs North Carolina (6-6)
3:20 PM ET, ESPN – Carter Blackburn, Danny Kanell, and Allison Williams

(11) Russell Athletic Bowl: Miami (FL) (9-3) vs #18 Louisville (11-1)
6:45 PM ET, ESPN – Bob Wischusen, Rod Gilmore, and Quint Kessenich

(20) Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl: Michigan (7-5) vs Kansas State (7-5)
10:15 PM ET, ESPN – Sean McDonough, Chris Spielman, and Shannon Spake

Monday December 30th

(34) Armed Forces Bowl: Middle Tennessee (8-4) vs Navy (8-4)
11:45 AM ET, ESPN – Beth Mowins, Joey Galloway, and Paul Carcaterra

(17) Music City Bowl: Ole Miss (7-5) vs Georgia Tech (7-5)
3:15 PM ET, ESPN – Mark Jones, Brock Huard, and Jessica Mendoza

(14) Alamo Bowl: #10 Oregon (10-2) vs Texas (8-4)
6:45 PM ET, ESPN – Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge, and Holly Rowe

(12) Holiday Bowl: #14 Arizona State (10-3) vs Texas Tech (7-5)
10:15 PM ET, ESPN – Joe Tessitore, Matt Millen, and Maria Taylor

Tuesday December 31st

(13) AdvoCare V100 Bowl: Arizona (7-5) vs Boston College (7-5)
12:30 PM ET, ESPN – Tom Hart, John Congemi, and Niki Noto

(22) Sun Bowl: Virginia Tech (8-4) vs #17 UCLA (9-3)
2 PM ET, CBS – Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson, and Tracy Wolfson

(33) Liberty Bowl: Rice (10-3) vs Mississippi State (6-6)
4 PM ET, ESPN – Bob Wischusen, Rod Gilmore, and Quint Kessenich

(19) Chick Fil-A Bowl: #24 Duke (10-3) vs #21 Texas A&M (8-4)
8 PM ET, ESPN – Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer, David Pollack, and Samantha Ponder

Wednesday January 1st

(9) Gator Bowl: Nebraska (8-4) vs #22 Georgia (8-4)
12 PM ET, ESPN2 – Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, and Jeannine Edwards

(35) Heart of Dallas Bowl: UNLV (7-5) vs North Texas (8-4)
12 PM ET, ESPNU – Clay Matvick, Matt Stinchcomb, and Dawn Davenport

(8) Outback Bowl: Iowa (8-4) vs #16 LSU (9-3)
1 PM ET, ESPN – Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, and Lisa Salters

(5) Capital One Bowl: #19 Wisconsin (9-3) vs #9 South Carolina (10-2)
1 PM ET, ABC – Dave Pasch, Brian Griese, and Tom Luginbill

(4) Rose Bowl: #5 Stanford (11-2) vs #4 Michigan State (12-1)
5 PM ET, ESPN – Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, and Heather Cox

(7) Fiesta Bowl: #15 UCF (11-1) vs #6 Baylor (11-1)
8:30 PM ET, ESPN – Sean McDonough, Chris Spielman, and Shannon Spake

Thursday January 2nd

(6) Sugar Bowl: #11 Oklahoma (10-2) vs #3 Alabama (11-1)
8:30 PM ET, ESPN – Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge, and Holly Rowe

Friday January 3rd

(3) Cotton Bowl: #13 Oklahoma State (10-2) vs #8 Missouri (11-2)
7:30 PM ET, Fox – Gus Johnson, Charles Davis, and Kristina Pink

(2) Orange Bowl: #12 Clemson (10-2) vs #7 Ohio State (12-1)
8:30 PM ET, ESPN – Joe Tessitore, Matt Millen, and Maria Taylor

Saturday January 4th 

(16) BBVA Compass Bowl: Vanderbilt (8-4) vs Houston (8-4)
1 PM ET, ESPN – Dave Neal, Andre Ware, and Dawn Davenport

Sunday January 5th

(29) GoDaddy Bowl: Arkansas State (7-5) vs Ball State (10-2)
9 PM ET, ESPN – Carter Blackburn, Danny Kanell, and Allison Williams

Monday January 6th 

(1) BCS National Championship Game: #1 Florida State (13-0) vs #2 Auburn (12-1)
8:30 PM ET, ESPN – Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, and Heather Cox

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