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FBA announces dates, times for all 35 bowl games

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You want the 2012-13 bowl lineup?

You got the 2012-13 bowl lineup, courtesy of the Football Bowl Association.

The FBA released all 35 of this season’s bowl games this morning. The postseason stretches from Dec. 15 with the New Mexico Bowl (MWC vs. Pac-12) all the way to the BCS championship game on Jan. 7 (BCS No. 1 SEC vs. BCS No. 2 SEC).

Outside of the Sun Bowl (CBS) and the Cotton Bowl (FOX), every bowl game will be featured on the ESPN family of networks. Two bowls, the Capital One and Outback, have yet to determine their official broadcast provider.

There are also two notable changes in bowl titles. As noted previously, the Champs Sports Bowl is now the Russell Athletic Bowl, and the Insight Bowl is now the Valley of the Sun Bowl (not to be confused with the Sun Bowl on Dec. 31).

Anyway, below is the complete list of bowl games for your viewing pleasure.

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8 Responses to “FBA announces dates, times for all 35 bowl games”
  1. mountaineer50415 says: Jul 10, 2012 2:25 PM

    How good is that? If the Mountaineers play their best and end up in the NC bowl they will be back in the Orange Bowl again. They can win it all in front of their families. Now that is a great thought. Living in SW Florida, I could even get there. Sure would love that. Sure wish the season were beginning.

  2. florida727 says: Jul 10, 2012 2:59 PM

    Just couldn’t resist the cheap-shot at the SEC, huh, Ben? Oh well…

  3. bertenheim says: Jul 10, 2012 3:11 PM

    How is anyone going to be able to focus on the NFL Wildcard playoffs with the BBVA Compass and GoDaddy bowls being played that weekend?

  4. UCFpirate says: Jul 10, 2012 3:17 PM

    I didn’t realize the BCS title game was the first of the bowl season now(Dec 7)….

  5. klownboy says: Jul 10, 2012 3:25 PM

    You know what, I don’t think ESPN is covering enough bowl games…

  6. bertenheim says: Jul 10, 2012 3:49 PM

    If bowl eligibility is raised to 7 wins, ESPN will have to drop at least six games. And no one will notice.

  7. tigersgeaux says: Jul 10, 2012 8:33 PM


    But that is just not true!

    If ESPN has to drop the AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl or as southernpatriots called it the “Weedwacker” when Poulan was the sponsor, I just don’t know what I will do with my time…ha.

  8. tlmoon2112 says: Jul 11, 2012 11:30 AM

    Im an SEC fan and I welcome the shots. What happened in this last BCS ChUmpionship Game was a huge loss for college football and should never be repeated. Mike Sligh should be shot for allowing a non-conference winner to make an appearance in the game, much less win it. It cheapened all the other championships like a prostitute who tells you her wedding night is her first time. Thank God playoffs are coming, respect will be restored to the title game….no much ChUmpionship games.

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