Last Updated on December 20, 2020

This year’s college football season continues to move forward, but it hasn’t been easy. All college football teams are bowl eligible this season, but there are fewer bowl games taking place due to the pandemic.

The College Football Playoff is still a go and we are close to figuring out what four teams will play for a National Championship. This week’s conference championship games should help decide the final four. The three conference championships to watch are the SEC, ACC, and Big Ten. The College Football Playoff is set to commence on January 2 with the Fiesta Bowl and Orange Bowl. The National Championship will take place on January 11 in Miami.

Here is the current list of canceled bowl games in 2020 and a list of the full bowl schedule:

 

Canceled Bowl Games in 2020

Redbox Bowl (Santa Clara, CA)
Bahamas Bowl (Nassau, Bahamas)
Fenway Bowl (Boston, MA)
Hawaii Bowl (Honolulu, HI)
Holiday Bowl (San Diego, CA)
Quick Lane Bowl (Detroit, MI)
Pinstripe Bowl (Bronx, NY)
Sun Bowl (El Paso, TX)
Las Vegas Bowl (Las Vegas, NV)
LA Bowl (Los Angeles, CA)

 

2020-2021 College Football Bowl Game Schedule

 

Date Game Team Team Results Stadium Location Time (ET) Television
Dec. 21 Myrtle Beach Bowl Appalachian State Mountaineers North Texas Mean Green   Brooks Stadium Conway, South Carolina 2:30 PM ESPN
Dec. 22 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Nevada Wolfpack Tulane Green Wave   Albertsons Stadium Boise, Idaho 3:30 PM ESPN
Dec. 22 Boca Raton Bowl Central Florida Knights BYU Cougars   FAU Stadium Boca Raton, Florida 7:00 PM ESPN
Dec. 23 New Orleans Bowl Georgia Southern Eagles Louisiana Tech Bulldogs   Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans, Louisiana 3:30 PM ESPN
Dec. 23 Montgomery Bowl Memphis Tigers Florida Atlantic Owls   Cramton Bowl Montgomery, Alabama 7:00 PM ESPN or ESPN2
Dec. 24 New Mexico Bowl Hawai’i Warriors Houston Cougars   Toyota Stadium Frisco, Texas 3:30 PM ESPN
Dec. 25 Camellia Bowl       Cramton Bowl Montgomery, Alabama 2:30 PM ESPN
Dec. 26 Gasparilla Bowl       Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Florida 12:00 PM ABC
Dec. 26 Cure Bowl       Camping World Stadium Orlando, Florida 12:00 PM ESPN
Dec. 26 First Responder Bowl       Gerald J. Ford Stadium Dallas, Texas 3:30 PM ABC
Dec. 26 LendingTree Bowl Western Kentucky Hilltoppers Georgia State Panthers   Ladd–Peebles Stadium Mobile, Alabama 3:30 PM ESPN
Dec. 26 Independence Bowl Army Black Knights     Independence Stadium Shreveport, Louisiana 7:00 PM ESPN
Dec. 26 Guaranteed Rate Bowl       Chase Field Phoenix, Arizona 10:15 PM ESPN
Dec. 28 Military Bowl       Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Annapolis, Maryland 2:30 PM ESPN
Dec. 29 Cheez-It Bowl       Camping World Stadium Orlando, Florida 5:30 PM ESPN
Dec. 29 Alamo Bowl       Alamodome San Antonio, Texas 9:00 PM ESPN
Dec. 30 Duke’s Mayo Bowl       Bank of America Stadium Charlotte, North Carolina 12:00 PM ESPN
Dec. 30 Music City Bowl       Nissan Stadium Nashville, Tennessee 3:30 PM ESPN
Dec. 30 Cotton Bowl       AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas 7:15 PM ESPN
Dec. 31 Armed Forces Bowl       Amon G Carter Stadium Fort Worth, Texas 12:00 PM ESPN
Dec. 31 Liberty Bowl       Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium Memphis, Tennessee 4:00 PM ESPN
Dec. 31 Arizona Bowl Boise State or San Jose State     Arizona Stadium Tucson, Arizona 4:00 PM CBSSN
Dec. 31 Texas Bowl       NRG Stadium Houston, Texas 8:00 PM ESPN
Jan. 1 Birmingham Bowl       Legion Field Birmingham, Alabama 12:00 PM ESPN2
Jan. 1 Peach Bowl       Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta, Georgia 12:30 PM ESPN
Jan. 1 Citrus Bowl       Camping World Stadium Orlando, Florida 1:00 PM ABC
Jan. 1 Rose Bowl Game Alabama Crimson Tide Notre Dame Fighting Irish   Rose Bowl Pasadena, California 5:00 PM ESPN
Jan. 1 Sugar Bowl Clemson Tigers Ohio State Buckeyes   Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans, Louisiana 8:45 PM ESPN
Jan. 2 Gator Bowl       TIAA Bank Field Jacksonville, Florida 12:00 PM ESPN
Jan. 2 Outback Bowl       Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Florida 12:30 PM ABC
Jan. 2 Fiesta Bowl       State Farm Stadium Glendale, Arizona 4:00 PM ESPN
Jan. 2 Orange Bowl       Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida 8:00 PM ESPN
Jan. 11 CFP National Championship       Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida 8:00 PM ESPN

 

Danny is bringing his years of experience as a New York sportswriter to the Action Rush team. He’s spent time covering just about every professional team in New York for Elite Sports NY. Whether it’s writing, podcasting, video content, or anything in between, Danny has done it all.