Monday, December 31, 2012

The Crescendo of College Football

Starting at noon eastern today, there will be at least one college football game every day between now and January 7. The 2012 season comes to an exciting climax with the BCS Championship Game between Alabama and Notre Dame.

Then, it ends until the first weekend in September, 2013.

Here’s the final slate for your viewing reference.

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Nashville, Tenn. Dec. 31 ESPN
NC State vs. Vanderbilt LP Field Noon  
Hyundai Sun El Paso, Texas Dec. 31 CBS
USC vs. Georgia Tech Sun Bowl 2 p.m.  
AutoZone Liberty Memphis, Tenn. Dec. 31 ESPN
Iowa State vs. Tulsa Liberty Bowl 3:30 p.m.  
Chick-fil-A Atlanta Dec. 31 ESPN
LSU vs. Clemson Georgia Dome 7:30 p.m. Gator Jacksonville, Fla. Jan. 1 ESPN2
Mississippi State vs. Northwestern Everbank Field Noon  
Heart of Dallas Dallas Jan. 1 ESPNU
Purdue vs. Oklahoma State Cotton Bowl Noon  
Outback Tampa, Fla. Jan. 1 ESPN
South Carolina vs. Michigan Raymond James Stadium 1 p.m.  
Capital One Orlando, Fla. Jan. 1 ABC
Georgia vs. Nebraska Florida Citrus Bowl 1 p.m.  
Rose Bowl Game presented by Vizio Pasadena, Calif. Jan. 1 ESPN
Wisconsin vs. Stanford Rose Bowl 5 p.m.  
Discover Orange Miami Jan. 1 ESPN
Northern Illinois vs. Florida State Sun Life Stadium 8:30 p.m.  
Allstate Sugar New Orleans Jan. 2 ESPN
Louisville vs. Florida Louisiana Superdome 8:30 p.m.  
Tostitos Fiesta Glendale, Ariz. Jan. 3 ESPN
Oregon vs. Kansas State U. of Phoenix Stadium 8:30 p.m.  
AT&T Cotton Arlington, Texas Jan. 4 FOX
Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma Cowboys Stadium 8 p.m.  
BBVA Compass Birmingham, Ala. Jan. 5 ESPN
Pittsburgh vs. Ole Miss Legion Field 1 p.m. Mobile, Ala. Jan. 6 ESPN
Kent State vs. Arkansas State Ladd-Peebles Stadium 9 p.m.  
Discover BCS National Championship Miami Jan. 7 ESPN
Notre Dame vs. Alabama Sun Life Stadium 8:30 p.m.  

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