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NCAA Football Schedule 2022: Times, Tv Schedule, Channels

Today, In this post we will be discussing the NCAA Football Schedule 2022: NCAA Football Schedule Times 2022, NCAA Football Schedule Tv Schedule, NCAA Football Schedule tv Channels, and much more about the NCAA Football Schedule.

The 2021–22 College Football Bowl season concludes today, Monday, January 10, with the College Football Playoffs national championship game.

In the CFP semifinals on December 31, Alabama defeated Cincinnati in the Cotton Bowl and Georgia defeated Michigan in the Orange Bowl to set up tonight’s title game matchup. How and where to watch the game is explained below.

NCAA Football Schedule 2022: Times, Tv Schedule, Channels

NCAA Football Schedule 2022-21

Monday, Jan. 10

College Football Playoff National Championship Game
No. 3 Georgia vs. No. 1 Alabama
8 p.m. | ESPN
Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana

TV: Here’s the upcoming TV information for college football

College football bowl games scores, results

Friday, Dec. 17

Bahamas Bowl
Middle Tennessee 31, Toledo 24
Thomas Robinson Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas

Cure Bowl
Coastal Carolina 47, Northern Illinois 41
Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida

Saturday, Dec. 18

Boca Raton Bowl
Western Kentucky 59, Appalachian State 38
FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Florida

Celebration Bowl
South Carolina State 31, Jackson State 10
Mercedes-Benz in Atlanta, Georgia

New Mexico Bowl
Fresno State 31, UTEP 24
Dreamstyle Stadium in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Independence Bowl
UAB 31, No. 13 BYU 28
Independence Stadium in Shreveport, Louisiana

LendingTree Bowl
Liberty 56, Eastern Michigan 20
Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama

LA Bowl
Utah State 24, Oregon State 13
SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California

New Orleans Bowl
No. 23 Louisiana 36, Marshall 21
Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana

Monday, Dec. 20

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

Tuesday, Dec. 21

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

Frisco Bowl
No. 24 San Diego State 38, UTSA 24
Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas

Wednesday, Dec. 22

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

Thursday, Dec. 23

Frisco Football Classic
Miami (Ohio) 27, North Texas 14
Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas

Gasparilla Bowl
UCF 29, Florida 17
Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida

Friday, Dec. 24

Hawai’i Bowl
Memphis vs. Hawai’i — Game will not be played (Hawai’i unable to play due to COVID-19 cases along with season-ending injuries and transfers)

Saturday, Dec. 25

Camellia Bowl
Georgia State 51, Ball State 20
Cramton Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama

Monday, Dec. 27

Quick Lane Bowl
Western Michigan 52, Nevada 24
Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan

Tuesday, Dec. 28

Birmingham Bowl
No. 20 Houston 17, Auburn 13
Protective Stadium in Birmingham, Alabama

First Responder Bowl
Air Force 31, Louisville 28
Gerald J. Ford Stadium in Dallas, Texas

Liberty Bowl
Texas Tech 34, Mississippi State 7
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tennessee

SCORES: Live scoreboard and stats for all college football games

Holiday Bowl
No. 18 NC State vs. UCLA — Game will not be played (UCLA unable to play due to COVID-19 protocols within the program)

Guaranteed Rate Bowl
Minnesota 18, West Virginia 6
Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona

Wednesday, Dec. 29

Pinstripe Bowl
Maryland 54, Virginia Tech 10
Yankee Stadium in New York, New York

Cheez-It Bowl
No. 19 Clemson 20, Iowa State 13
Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida

Alamo Bowl
No. 16 Oklahoma 47, No. 14 Oregon 32
Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas

Thursday, Dec. 30

Duke’s Mayo Bowl
South Carolina 38, North Carolina 21
Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina

Music City Bowl
Purdue 48, Tennessee 45 
Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee

Peach Bowl
No. 10 Michigan State 31, No. 12 Pittsburgh 21
Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia

Las Vegas Bowl
Wisconsin 20, Arizona State 13
Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada

Friday, Dec. 31

Gator Bowl
No. 17 Wake Forest 38, Rutgers 10 (No. 25 Texas A&M out because of COVID)
TIAA Bank Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida

Sun Bowl
Central Michigan 24, Washington State 21 (Miami (Fla.) out because of COVID)
Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas

Cotton Bowl Classic (College Football Playoff semifinal)
No. 1 Alabama 27, No. 4 Cincinnati 6
AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas

Orange Bowl (College Football Playoff semifinal)
No. 3 Georgia 34, No. 2 Michigan 11
Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida

Saturday, Jan. 1

Outback Bowl
No. 21 Arkansas 24, Penn State 10
Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida

Citrus Bowl
No. 22 Kentucky 20, No. 15 Iowa 17
Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida

Fiesta Bowl
No. 9 Oklahoma State 37, No. 5 Notre Dame 35
State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

Rose Bowl
No. 6 Ohio State 48, No. 11 Utah 45
Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California

Sugar Bowl
No. 7 Baylor 21, No. 8 Ole Miss 7
Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana

Tuesday, Jan. 4

Texas Bowl
Kansas State 42, LSU 20
NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas

NCAA Football Schedule Times 2022, Tv Schedule, tv Channels

  • TV Channel: ESPN
  • Live Stream: ESPN App, FuboTV, Sling TV
  • The main broadcast of the College Football Playoff National Championship between Alabama and Georgia will be broadcast nationally on ESPN. Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstret will serve as play-by-play announcers and analysts, respectively, while Holly Rowe and Molly McGrath will serve separately.


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