College Football Bowl 2021-22 schedule, TV listings, matchup information – archyde

The 2021-22 college football bowl season continued with one game on Wednesday December 22nd. Army beat Missouri 24-22 in the Armed Forces Bowl.

Bowl season continues through the end of the year and into January with the title game of the College Football Playoffs on Monday, January 10th. The CFP semi-finals will take place on December 31st.

Schedule for College Football Bowl Games 2021-22, Results

Wednesday December 22nd

Bowl of the Armed Forces
Army 24, Missouri 22
Amon G. Carter Stadion in Fort Worth, Texas

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Thursday December 23rd

Frisco football classics
Miami (Ohio) vs. Nordtexas
15:30 | ESPN
Toyota-Stadion in Frisco, Texas

Gasparilla bowl
Florida vs. UCF
19 o’clock | ESPN
Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida

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Friday December 24th

Hawaiian bowl
Memphis vs. Hawaii
20 o’clock | ESPN
Clarence TC Ching Athletics Complex in Honolulu, Hawaii

Saturday December 25th

Kamelienschale
Ball State vs. Georgia State
14:30 | ESPN
Cramton Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama

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Monday December 27th

Quick Lane Bowl
West-Michigan vs. Nevada
11 a.m. | ESPN
Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan

Military bowl
East Carolina vs. Boston College
14:30 | ESPN
Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland

Tuesday December 28th

Birmingham Bowl
Nr. 20 Houston vs. Auburn
12 o’clock | ESPN
Schutzstadion in Birmingham, Alabama

Bowl for first aiders
Air Force vs. Louisville
15:15 | ESPN
Gerald J. Ford Stadium in Dallas, Texas

Liberty Bowl
Texas Tech vs. Mississippi State
18:45 Uhr | ESPN
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tennessee

Holiday bowl
Nr. 18 NC State vs. UCLA
8 p.m. | FOX
Petco Park in San Diego, Kalifornien

Bowl with a guaranteed price
Minnesota vs. West Virginia
22:15 Uhr | ESPN
Chase in Phoenix, Arizona

Wednesday December 29th

Fenway bowl
Virginia vs. SMU
11 a.m. | ESPN
Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts

Pinstripe shell
Virginia Tech vs. Maryland
14:15 | ESPN
Yankee-Stadion in New York, New York

Cheez-it bowl
Nr. 19 Clemson vs. Iowa State
17:45 | | ESPN
Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida

Alamo bowl
Nr. 14 Oregon vs. Nr. 16 Oklahoma
21:15 Uhr | ESPN
Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas

Thursday December 30th

Duke’s Mayo Bowl
North Carolina vs. South Carolina
11:30 a.m. | ESPN
Bank of America-Stadion in Charlotte, North Carolina

Music City Bowl
Tennessee vs. Purdue
15 o’clock | ESPN
Nissan-Stadion in Nashville, Tennessee

Peach peel
Nr. 10 Michigan State vs. Nr. 12 Pittsburgh
19 o’clock | ESPN
Mercedes-Benz Stadion in Atlanta, Georgia

Las Vegas Bowl
Wisconsin vs. Arizona State
22:30 Uhr | ESPN
Allegiant-Stadion in Las Vegas, Nevada

Friday December 31st

Gator bowl
Nr. 17 Wake Forest vs. TBD (Nr. 25 Texas A&M fällt wegen COVID)
11 a.m. | ESPN
TIAA Bank Stadion in Jacksonville, Florida

Sunshell
Washington State vs. Miami (FL)
12 o’clock | CBS
Sonnenschüssel in El Paso, Texas

Arizona Bowl
Zentral-Michigan vs. Boise State
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Arizona-Stadion in Tucson, Arizona

Cotton Bowl Classic (College Football Playoff-Halbfinale)
Nr. 1 Alabama vs. Nr. 4 Cincinnati
15:30 | ESPN
AT&T-Stadion in Arlington, Texas

Orange Bowl (College Football Playoffs Semifinals)
Nr. 2 Michigan vs. Nr. 3 Georgia
19:30 Uhr | ESPN
Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida

Saturday 1st January

Outback-Bowl
Nr. 21 Arkansas vs. Penn State
12 o’clock | ESPN2
Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida

Citrus peel
Nr. 15 Iowa vs. Nr. 22 Kentucky
1 p.m. | ABC
Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida

Party bowl
Nr. 5 Notre Dame vs. Nr. 9 Oklahoma State
13 o’clock | ESPN
State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

Bowl of roses
Nr. 6 Ohio State vs. Nr. 11 Utah
5 pm | ESPN
Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Kalifornien

Sugar bowl
Nr. 7 Baylor vs. Nr. 8 Ole Miss
20:45 | ESPN
Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana

Tuesday 4th January

Texas Bowl
Kansas State vs. LSU
21 o’clock | ESPN
NRG-Stadion in Houston, Texas

Monday January 10th

College Football Playoff National Championship Game
20 o’clock | ESPN
Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana

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Friday 17th Dec

Bahamas bowl
Middle Tennessee 31, Toledo 24
Thomas-Robinson-Stadion in Nassau, Bahamas

Cure Bowl
Carolina Coast 47, North Illinois 41
Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida

Saturday 18th December

Boca Raton bowl
West-Kentucky 59, Appalachian State 38
FAU-Stadion in Boca Raton, Florida

Celebration bowl
State of South Carolina Dec., Jackson State 10
Mercedes-Benz in Atlanta, Georgia

New Mexico Bowl
Fresno state 31, UTEP 24
Dreamstyle-Stadion in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Independence cup
UAB 31, Nr. 13 BYU 28
Independence Stadium in Shreveport, Louisiana

LendingTree Bowl
Freedom 56, Ost-Michigan 20
Ladd-Peebles-Stadion in Mobile, Alabama

LA Bowl
State of Utah 24, Oregon State 13
SoFi-Stadion in Inglewood, Kalifornien

New Orleans Bowl
Nr. 23 Louisiana 36, Marshall 21
Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana

Monday 20th December

Myrtle Beach Bowl
Tulsa 30, Old rule 17
Brooks Stadium in Conway, South Carolina

Tuesday December 21st

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Wyoming 52, Kent State 38
Albertsons-Stadion in Boise, Idaho

Frisco bowl
Nr. 24 San Diego State 38, UTSA 24
Toyota-Stadion in Frisco, Texas

Here is a full list of the college football playoff’s results since its first season in 2014:

College Football Playoff: Scores

2014 season

  • Rose bowl: Nr. 2 Oregon 59, Nr. 3 Florida State 20
  • Sugar bowl: Nr. 4 Ohio State 42, Nr. 1 Alabama 35
  • CFP-Nationalmeisterschaftsspiel: Nr. 4 Ohio State 42, No. 2 Oregon 20

2015 season

  • Orangenschale: Nr. 1 Clemson 37, Nr. 4 Oklahoma 17
  • Cotton bowl: Nr. 2 Alabama 38, Nr. 3 Michigan State 0
  • CFP-Nationalmeisterschaftsspiel: Nr. 2 Alabama 45, Nr. 1 Clemson 40

2016 season

  • Bowl-Party: Nr. 2 Clemson 31, Nr. 3 Ohio State 0
  • Peach peel: Nr. 1 Alabama 24, Nr. 4 Washington 7
  • CFP-Nationalmeisterschaftsspiel: Nr. 2 Clemson 35, Nr. 1 Alabama 31

2017 season

  • Rose bowl: No. 3 Georgia 54, Nr. 2 Oklahoma 48 (2OT)
  • Sugar bowl: Nr. 4 Alabama 24, Nr. 1 Clemson 6
  • CFP-Nationalmeisterschaftsspiel: Nr. 4 Alabama 26, No. 3 Georgia 23 (OT)

2018 season

  • Orangenschale: Nr. 1 Alabama 45, Nr. 4 Oklahoma 34
  • Cotton bowl: Nr. 2 Clemson 30, Nr. 3 Notre Dame 3
  • CFP-Nationalmeisterschaftsspiel: Nr. 2 Clemson 44, Nr. 1 Alabama 16

2019 season

  • Peach peel: Nr. 1 LSU 63, Nr. 4 Oklahoma 28
  • Bowl-Party: Nr. 3 Clemson 29, Nr. 2 Ohio State 23
  • CFP-Nationalmeisterschaftsspiel: Nr. 1 LSU 42, Nr. 3 Clemson 25

2020 season

  • Rose bowl: Nr. 1 Alabama 31, Nr. 4 Notre-Dame 14
  • Sugar bowl: Nr. 3 Ohio State 49, Nr. 2 Clemson 28
  • CFP-Nationalmeisterschaftsspiel: Nr. 1 Alabama 52, Nr. 3 Ohio State 24

In the 2019 season, the No. 1 team won the title for the first time in the final CFP ranking. However, the No. 1 has now won two in a row, with Alabama ousting Ohio State in the 2020 season.

Team # 2 has been the most successful team to date to have won three times: Alabama (2015 season), Clemson (2016 season) and Clemson (2018 season).

Here’s a look at some of the upcoming CFP title game locations and dates:

  • Season 2021 (01.10.2022): Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Season 2022 (January 9, 2023): Inglewood, California
  • Season 2023 (8. Januar 2024): Houston, Texas

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