The 2015-16 NCAA Bowl live TV and online schedule is underway. With a few bowl games already in the rear view mirror, the meat and potatoes portion of the bowl schedule is set to begin! From ESPN, FOX, CBS and tons of online options, including WatchESPN, fans will have a plethora of options to watch every bowl game on the schedule.
The playoffs will of course take front and center when Michigan State, Alabama, Clemson and Oklahoma battle it out to determine this year’s NCAA Champions. However there are a lot of other great games on the schedule.
The Citrus Bowl will feature two schools trying to return to their glory years on Jan. 1 when Michigan takes on Florida. Both teams were literally one or two plays away from possibly being a playoff team. Next year these two should be a force to recon with. Other great match-ups NCAA fans will be eyeing will be Stanford vs Iowa in the Rose Bowl, Houston taking on Florida State in the Peach Bowl and Notre Dame facing Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl.
Here is a glance at the Bowl schedule along with the start times and latest Las Vegas odds.
Cotton Bowl: No. 4 Michigan State vs. No. 2 Alabama (-9.5) — Dec. 31st ET
Orange Bowl: No. Clemson vs. No. 3 Oklahoma (-4) — Dec. 31, 4 p.m. ET
Peach Bowl: No. 18 Houston vs. No. 9 Florida State (-7) — Dec. 31, 12 p.m. ET
Rose Bowl: No. 6 Stanford (-7) vs. No. 5 Iowa — Jan. 1, 5:00 p.m. ET
Sugar Bowl: No. 16 Oklahoma State vs. No. 12 Ole Miss (-7) — Jan. 1, 8:30 p.m. ET
Fiesta Bowl: No. 8 Notre Dame vs. No. 7 Ohio State (-6) — Jan. 1, 1 p.m. ET
Bowl Schedule Dec. 26 – Jan. 1
Cactus Bowl — Jan. 2, West Virginia (-1) vs. Arizona State
Alamo Bowl — Jan. 2, TCU (-1) vs. Oregon
Liberty Bowl — Jan. 2, Kansas State vs. Arkansas (-13)
TaxSlayer Bowl — Jan. 2, Jacksonville, Fla. Penn State vs. Georgia (-6.5)
Citrus Bowl — Jan. 1, Michigan (-4) vs. Florida
Outback Bowl — Jan. 1, Northwestern vs. Tennessee (-8.5)
Holiday Bowl — Dec. 30, Wisconsin vs. USC (-3.5)
Music City Bowl — Dec. 30, Louisville (-4.5) vs. Texas A&M
Belk Bowl — Dec. 30, NC State vs. Mississippi State (-5)
Birmingham Bowl — Dec. 30, Memphis vs. Auburn (-3)
Texas Bowl — Dec. 29, Texas Tech vs. LSU (-7)
Arizona Bowl — Dec. 29, Nevada vs Colorado State (-3)
Russell Athletic Bowl — Dec. 29, North Carolina (-3) vs. Baylor
Armed Forces Bowl — Dec. 29 Fort Worth, Tex. California (-7) vs. Air Force
Quick Lane Bowl — Dec. 28, Central Michigan vs. Minnesota (-5)
Military Bowl — Dec. 28, Pittsburgh vs. Navy (-3)
Foster Farms Bowl — Dec. 26 Nebraska vs. UCLA
Independence Bowl — Dec. 26, Virginia Tech (-14) vs. Tulsa
Pinstripe Bowl — Dec. 26, Duke vs. Indiana (-3)
Heart of Dallas Bowl — Dec. 26, Washington (-8) vs. Southern Miss
Sun Bowl — Dec. 26, Miami vs. Washington State (-2)
St. Petersburg Bowl — Dec. 26, UConn vs. Marshall (-5)