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College Football Playoff Schedule

Sugar Bowl Rose Bowl Orange Bowl Cotton Bowl Chick-fil-A Bowl Fiesta Bowl College Football Championship Game
2015 SEMIFINAL
(Jan. 1)
SEMIFINAL
(Jan. 1)
ORANGE BOWL
(Dec. 31)
COTTON BOWL
(Jan. 1)
Chick-fil-A BOWL
(Dec. 31)
FIESTA BOWL
(Dec. 31)
Monday, Jan. 12
2016 SUGAR BOWL
(Jan. 1)
ROSE BOWL
(Jan. 1)
SEMIFINAL
(Dec. 31)
SEMIFINAL
(Dec. 31)
Chick-fil-A BOWL
(Dec. 31)
FIESTA BOWL
(Jan. 1)
Monday, Jan. 11
2017 SUGAR BOWL
(Jan. 2)
ROSE BOWL
(Jan. 2)
ORANGE BOWL
(Dec. 31)
COTTON BOWL
(Jan. 2)
SEMIFINAL
(Dec. 31)
SEMIFINAL
(Dec. 31)
Monday, Jan. 9

College Football Playoff News

Tue,15 Apr 2014
Why NCAA Should Not Expand the College Football Playoff
Proponents of an expanded College Football Playoff should have cringed over the UConn-Kentucky men’s basketball NCAA Tournament championship game. The matchup of two underachieving regular-season teams perfectly illustrates exactly why football needs to keep the invitations to its playoff to a minimum. UConn and Kentucky—seeded seventh and eighth in the tournament, respectively—ranked Nos. 18 ...
Tue,15 Apr 2014
40th bowl game added for 2015
Including the College Football Playoff to crown a national champion, a record 40 bowl games will be on the postseason schedule in 2015. A new game featuring the Atlantic Athletic Conference and Sun Belt to be played in the Citrus Bowl was to kick off in 2014 but did not find a television network. There were 35 bowl games in 2013 and 39 are approved for 2014, including the semifinal and ...
Tue,15 Apr 2014
The top premium ticket package for the 2015 National Championship starts at $4,500
If you want prime seating and a VIP experience for the College Football Playoff National Championship Game, be prepared to spend a lot of cash.
Tue,15 Apr 2014
The Most Valuable Conferences In College Sports 2014
The nation's five most valuable college conferences will make over $300 million this year from bowl games and the NCAA tourney, and that doesn't even touch on the $1.1 billion they take home from wealthy TV deals.
Tue,15 Apr 2014
Transparency a priority for football playoff selectors
The NCAA men's basketball selection committee finished watching the Final Four pay off at A&T Stadium to months of meetings and research. Their football counterparts just finished working through the recusal processes for the first College Football Playoff, which will end in Arlington on Jan. 12, 2015.
Thu,03 Apr 2014
Report: College Football Playoff formulates selection committee recusal policy
Members of the College Football Playoff selection committee have discussed possible implementations of a recusal policy during team selection for some time.
Tue,15 Apr 2014
Column: Excitement building from college football spring games
The dark clouds rolled away as the temperature crested into the 50s. U2 blasted through Camp Randall Stadium as the Badgers charged onto the field. College football is back.
Thu,03 Apr 2014
Playoff council debates recusal policy, rankings
In 146 days, the college football season begins, the first with a new four-team playoff. How the teams will be selected for the playoff, what selection committee members will be allowed to vote or not vote for which teams and other details are unknown.
Thu,03 Apr 2014
College playoff committee discusses recusal policy
College playoff committee discusses recusal policy
Mon,14 Apr 2014
What We Learned About Florida State's Title Chances in 2014 Spring Game
Florida State and college football in general enter a new era for the 2014 season. Not only will the Seminoles have a new logo and college football a new playoff, but also, the defending champs will have the biggest of targets on their backs.  Repeating as national champions isn't an easy task. It only happened once in the old BCS system (Alabama in 2011 and 2012), and it's only happened one ...

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