Below you’ll find all the dates, times, and announcing assignments for the 2014-2015 Bowl season as well as the Bowl Game rankings from our Matt Zemek as an added guide for you to decide which games are appointment viewing and when you might want to watch Elf on cable for the 643rd time.

Here now your full 2014-2015 Bowl Game Announcing Schedule…

Saturday December 20th

(30) New Orleans Bowl: Nevada (7-5) vs Louisiana-Lafayette (8-4)
11 AM ET, ESPN – Bob Wischusen, Mack Brown, and Kaylee Hartung

(28) New Mexico Bowl: Utah State (9-4) vs UTEP (7-5)
2:20 PM ET, ESPN – Mark Neely, David Diaz-Infante, and Kayce Smith

(7) Las Vegas Bowl: #22 Utah (8-4) vs Colorado State (10-2)
3:30 PM ET, ABC – Brent Musburger, Jesse Palmer, and Maria Taylor

(21) Idaho Potato Bowl: Western Michigan (8-4) vs Air Force (9-3)
5:45 PM ET, ESPN – Eamon McAnaney, Dan Hawkins, and Dawn Davenport

(25) Camellia Bowl: South Alabama (6-6) vs Bowling Green (7-6)
9:15 PM ET, ESPN – Dave Lamont, Joey Galloway, and Paul Carcaterra

Monday December 22nd

(9) Miami Beach Bowl: BYU (8-4) vs Memphis (9-3)
2 PM ET, ESPN – Dave Flemming, Danny Kanell, and Allison Williams

Tuesday December 23rd

(8) Boca Raton Bowl: Marshall (12-1) vs Northern Illinois (11-2)
6 PM ET, ESPN – Dave Lamont, Desmond Howard, and Quint Kessenich

(29) Poinsettia Bowl: Navy (6-5) vs San Diego State (7-5)
9:30 PM ET, ESPN – Tom Hart, Mike Belotti, and Heather Mitts

Wednesday December 24th

(31) Bahamas Bowl: Central Michigan (7-5) vs Western Kentucky (7-5)
12 PM ET, ESPN – Steve Levy, Lou Holtz, Mark May, and Laura Rutledge

(38) Hawaii Bowl: Fresno State (6-7) vs Rice (7-5)
8 PM ET, ESPN – Allen Bestwick, Rod Gilmore, and Holly Rowe

Friday December 26th

(23) Heart of Dallas Bowl: Illinois (6-4) vs Louisiana Tech (8-5)
1 PM ET, ESPNU – Mike Corey, Charles Arbuckle, and Kayce Smith

(27) Quick Lane Bowl: Rutgers (7-5) vs North Carolina (6-6)
4:30 PM ET, ESPN – Mark Neely, Ray Bentley, and Niki Noto

(26) St. Petersburg Bowl: NC State (7-5) vs UCF (9-3)
8 PM ET, ESPN – Adam Amin, John Congemi, and Kaylee Hartung

Saturday December 27th

(32) Military Bowl: Cincinnati (9-3) vs Virginia Tech (6-6)
1 PM ET, ESPN – Beth Mowins, Joey Galloway, and Paul Carcaterra

(17) Sun Bowl: #15 Arizona State (9-3) vs Duke (9-3)
2 PM ET, CBS – Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson, and Allie LaForce*

* CBS hasn’t made this official, but this is who we assume will be on the call given recent history.

(20) Independence Bowl: Miami (6-6) vs South Carolina (6-6)
3:30 PM ET, ABC – Dave Neal, Andre Ware, and Laura Rutledge

(18) Pinstripe Bowl: Boston College (7-5) vs Penn State (6-6)
4:30 PM ET, ESPN – Bob Wischusen, Matt Millen, and Quint Kessenich

(10) Holiday Bowl: Nebraska (9-3) vs #24 USC (8-4)
8 PM ET, ESPN – Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer, David Pollack, and Samantha Ponder

Monday December 29th

(14) Liberty Bowl: Texas A&M (7-5) vs West Virginia (7-5)
2 PM ET, ESPN – Clay Matvick, Anthony Becht, and Dawn Davenport

(13) Russell Athletic Bowl: Oklahoma (8-4) vs #17 Clemson (9-3)
5:30 PM ET, ESPN – Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, and Jeannine Edwards

(12) Texas Bowl: Arkansas (6-6) vs Texas (6-6)
9 PM ET, ESPN – Dave Pasch, Brian Griese, and Tom Luginbill

Tuesday December 30th

(15) Music City Bowl: Notre Dame (7-5) vs #23 LSU (8-4)
3 PM ET, ESPN – Mark Jones, Rod Gilmore, and Jessica Mendoza

(19) Belk Bowl: #13 Georgia vs #21 Louisville
6:30 PM ET, ESPN – Anish Shroff, Kelly Stouffer, and Cara Capuano

(33) Foster Farms Bowl: Maryland (7-5) vs Stanford (7-5)
10 PM ET, ESPN – Dave Flemming, Greg McElroy, and Shelley Smith

Wednesday December 31st

(3) Peach Bowl: #9 Ole Miss (9-3) vs #6 TCU (11-1)
12:30 PM ET, ESPN – Joe Tessitore, Brock Huard, and Shannon Spake

(22) Fiesta Bowl: #20 Boise State (11-2) vs #10 Arizona (10-3)
4 PM ET, ESPN – Sean McDonough, Chris Spielman, and Todd McShay

(5) Orange Bowl: #7 Mississippi State vs #12 Georgia Tech
8 PM ET, ESPN – Brent Musburger, Jesse Palmer, and Maria Taylor

Thursday January 1st

(16) Outback Bowl: #19 Auburn vs #18 Wisconsin
12 PM ET, ESPN2 – Bob Wischusen, Matt Millen, and Quint Kessenich

(4) Cotton Bowl: #8 Michigan State (10-2) vs #5 Baylor (11-1)
12:30 PM ET, ESPN – Dave Pasch, Brian Griese, and Tom Luginbill

(11) Citrus Bowl: #16 Missouri (10-3) vs #25 Minnesota (8-4)
1 PM ET, ABC – Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, and Jeannine Edwards

(1) National Semifinal #1 – Rose Bowl: #2 Oregon (12-1) vs #3 Florida State (13-0)
5 PM ET, ESPN – Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Heather Cox, and Tom Rinaldi

(2) National Semifinal #2 – Sugar Bowl: #1 Alabama (12-1) vs #4 Ohio State (12-1)
8:30 PM ET, ESPN – Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge, and Holly Rowe

Friday January 2nd

(35) Armed Forces Bowl: Houston (7-5) vs Pittsburgh (6-6)
12 PM ET, ESPN – Tom Hart, Matt Stinchcomb, and Heather Mitts

(24) TaxSlayer.com Bowl: Iowa (7-5) vs Tennessee (6-6)
3:30 PM ET, ESPN – Mark Jones, Rod Gilmore, and Jessica Mendoza

(6) Alamo Bowl: #11 Kansas State (9-3) vs #14 UCLA (9-3)
6:45 PM ET, ESPN – Joe Tessitore, Brock Huard, and Shannon Spake

(34) Cactus Bowl: Washington (8-5) vs Oklahoma State (6-6)
10:15 PM ET, ESPN – Dave Flemming, Danny Kanell, and Allison Williams

Saturday January 3rd

(37) Birmingham Bowl: East Carolina (8-4) vs Florida (6-5)
12 PM ET, ESPN – Dave Neal, Andre Ware, and Laura Rutledge

Sunday January 5th

(36) GoDaddy Bowl: Toledo (8-4) vs Arkansas State (7-5)
9 PM ET, ESPN – Allen Bestwick, Ray Bentley, and Quint Kessenich

Monday January 12th

National Championship Game: FSU/Oregon vs Alabama/Ohio State
8:30 PM ET, ESPN – Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Heather Cox, and Tom Rinaldi

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