The Southeastern Conference is once again dominating the Bowl Championship Series standings and hopes to get two teams into major bowls. Still, multiple teams are jockeying for prime bowl position and others are simply hoping to qualify for the postseason.
CBSMiami.com has your complete bowl schedule below leading up to the BCS National Championship Game, which will be played at Sun Life Stadium on January 7.
After the release of the first Bowl Championship Series rankings, one thing remains abundantly clear: the Southeastern Conference is still the cream of the crop when it comes to college football.
After decades of waiting, it appears a four-team playoff for major college football is finally here.
As conference commissioners continue to finally put together a college football playoff for the Football Bowl Subdivision, some details are starting to trickle out ahead of a predicted full roll out later in June.
The NCAA has proven to be largely worthless in the Football Bowl Subdivision. But, the NCAA president opened the door Thursday to a four-team college football playoff.
The allure of college football bowl games is that you will get to see great matchups of teams that don’t usually play. It turns out the Gator Bowl wants to kick things up a notch further.
As the college football regular season wraps up across the nation, the attention of fans everywhere turns to what bowl game will their favorite school end up playing in later in December.