What college football bowl games are on today? Schedule, start times for Penn State, Georgia, Florida State and more

College football bowl season reaches its apex over the next three days with some of the biggest matchups and more storied bowls on the schedule. We’ll see the first of the New Year’s Six matchups, and by Monday, it will be time for the highly anticipated CFP semifinals to determine which two of four teams (Michigan, Washington, Texas and Alabama) will advance to the national championship game in January.

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Saturday’s slate is packed with action, including Georgia vs Florida State in the Capitol One Orange Bowl (the landing spot for undefeated Florida after they were controversially left out of the College Football Playoffs) and Ole Miss vs Penn State in the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl.

Saturday’s action all kicks off at 12pm ET. See below for the day’s full schedule, including start times and TV networks, as well as what’s coming up over New Year’s weekend and on New Year’s Day.

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What college football bowl games are on today?

Saturday, December 30th

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl – 12pm ET on ESPNNo. 10 Penn State vs. No. 11 Ole MissMercedes-Benz Stadium – Atlanta, Georgia

Transperfect Music City Bowl – 2pm ET on ABCAuburn vs. MarylandNissan Stadium – Nashville, Tennessee

Capital One Orange Bowl – 4pm ET on ESPNNo. 5 Florida State vs. No. 6 GeorgiaHard Rock Stadium – Miami, Florida

Barstool Sports Arizona Bowl – 4:30pm ET on BarstoolToledo vs. WyomingArizona Stadium – Tucson, Arizona

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Monday, January 1st

ReliaQuest Bowl – 12pm ET on ESPN2No. 13 LSU vs. WisconsinRaymond James Stadium – Tampa, Florida

Cheez-It Citrus Bowl – 1pm ET on ABCNo. 17 Iowa vs. No. 21 TennesseeCamping World Stadium – Orlando, Florida

VRBO Fiesta Bowl – 1pm ET on ESPNNo. 8 Oregon vs. No. 23 LibertyState Farm Stadium – Glendale, Arizona

Rose Bowl Presented by Prudential – College Football Playoff Semifinal – 5pm ET on ESPNNo. 1 Michigan vs. No. 4 AlabamaRose Bowl Stadium – Pasadena, California

Allstate Sugar Bowl – College Football Playoff Semifinal – 8:45pm ET on ESPNNo. 2 Washington vs. No. 3 TexasCaesars Superdome – New Orleans, Louisiana

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What are the New Year’s Six bowl games?

“New Year’s Six” refers to six of the most high-profile and oldest bowl games: the Rose Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Orange Bowl, Peach Bowl and Cotton Bowl. In the four-team playoff model, these six bowls have rotated hosting the College Football Playoff semifinals (this year it’s the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl). Here’s the full list of New Year’s Six matchups in the final year before CFP expansion.

Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic – Friday, December 29th at 8pm ET on ESPNNo. 7 Ohio State vs. No. 9 MissouriAT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl – Saturday, December 30th at 12pm ET on ESPNNo. 10 Penn State vs. No. 11 Ole MissMercedes-Benz Stadium – Atlanta, Georgia

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Capital One Orange Bowl – Saturday, December 30th at 4pm ET on ESPNNo. 5 Florida State vs. No. 6 GeorgiaHard Rock Stadium – Miami, Florida

VRBO Fiesta Bowl – Monday, January 1st at 1pm ET on ESPNNo. 8 Oregon vs. No. 23 LibertyState Farm Stadium – Glendale, Arizona

Rose Bowl Presented by Prudential – College Football Playoff Semifinal – 5pm ET on ESPNNo. 1 Michigan vs. No. 4 AlabamaRose Bowl Stadium – Pasadena, California

Allstate Sugar Bowl – College Football Playoff Semifinal – 8:45pm ET on ESPNNo. 2 Washington vs. No. 3 TexasCaesars Superdome – New Orleans, Louisiana