College Football Bowl Season Begins

LSU QuarterBack Joe Burrow rolling out to pass in the 2019 Peach Bowl Vs. Oklahoma.

LSU QuarterBack Joe Burrow rolling out to pass in the 2019 Peach Bowl Vs. Oklahoma.

Braidan Ghio, Writer

The NCAA College Football Bowl season begins on Friday, December 17th at 12:00 pm with the Bahamas Bowl. The Bahamas Bowl will feature the best team from the C-USA division, and the MAC division. As of right now, Western Kentucky University Leads the C-USA division at 6-4 overall, and 5-1 in conference games. Miami leads the MAC division at 6-5 overall, and 5-2 in conference games.

On Christmas day, the Camellia Bowl will be played in Montgomery, Alabama. At 2:30 the best teams from the SBC (Sun Belt Conference) and the MAC (Mid-American Conference) will play for the Camellia Bowl.

The biggest bowl games are the Fiesta, Orange, Sugar, and Rose Bowls. Each team that plays in the game will earn about 17 million dollars. The Fiesta Bowl will be played on Saturday, January 1st in the Sun Devil Stadium. It will feature the runner up from the Big 12 runner-up and the PAC-12 Champion. The Orange Bowl will be played Friday, December 31st with teams TBD.

The College Football Bowl season will end with the College Football National Championship played on Monday, January 8th at 8pm with teams TBD.