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College football games today: 2023-24 schedule wraps up with Washington vs Michigan CFP National Championship Game

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If you’re looking for information on all the college football games today, including where to watch them and TV schedule information, you’re in the right spot. You can also find the latest college football scores and 2023 college football standings.

College Football games today: Jan. 9

There are no college football games today. The CFP National Championship Game was the last matchup of the year, with Michigan’s 34-13 defeat over Washington serving as the finale.

What time is the national championship game?

What channel is the national championship on?

The 2024 CFP National Championship Game is on ESPN. There are also additional broadcasts, which we’ll provide info for below.

CFP National Championship Game TV channel

  • ESPN: Traditional broadcast – Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Holly Rowe, Molly McGrath
  • ESPN2: Field Pass – The Pat McAfee Show broadcast
  • ESPNU: Command Center broadcast – Statistics, four on-screen video feeds
  • ESPNNews: SkyCast – Uses the SkyCam to broadcast the game

Who is playing in the national championship game?

The Washington Huskies and Michigan Wolverines are playing in the CFP National Championship game.

College Football bowl game schedule 2023-’24

Here is the full 2023-’24 college football bowl schedule for December and January.

DateBowlMatchupTV InfoTime (ET)
Thursday, Dec. 28Fenway BowlSMU vs Boston CollegeESPN11:00 AM
Thursday, Dec. 28Pinstripe BowlRutgers vs MiamiESPN2:15 PM
Thursday, Dec. 28Pop-Tarts BowlNC State vs Kansas StateESPN5:45 PM
Thursday, Dec. 28Alamo BowlArizona vs OklahomaESPN9:15 PM
Friday, Dec. 29Gator BowlClemson vs KentuckyESPN12:00 PM
Friday, Dec. 29Tony the Tiger Sun BowlOregon State vs Notre DameCBS2:00 PM
Friday, Dec. 29AutoZone Liberty BowlMemphis vs Iowa StateESPN3:30 PM
Friday, Dec. 29Goodyear Cotton Bowl ClassicMissouri vs Ohio StateESPN8:00 PM
Saturday, Dec. 30Chick-fil-A Peach BowlOle Miss vs Penn StateESPN12:00 PM
Saturday, Dec. 30Music City BowlAuburn vs MarylandABC2:00 PM
Saturday, Dec. 30Orange Bowl (CFP Semifinal)Georgia vs Florida StateESPN4:00 PM
Saturday, Dec. 30Arizona BowlToledo vs WyomingCW Network4:30 PM
Monday, Jan. 1ReliaQuest BowlWisconsin vs LSUESPN212:00 PM
Monday, Jan. 1Fiesta BowlLiberty vs OregonESPN1:00 PM
Monday, Jan. 1Cheez-It Citrus BowlIowa vs TennesseeABC1:00 PM
Monday, Jan. 1Rose Bowl (CFP Semifinal)Alabama vs MichiganESPN5:00 PM
Monday, Jan. 1Allstate Sugar BowlTexas vs WashingtonESPN8:45 PM
Monday, Jan. 8CFP National ChampionshipTBD vs TBDESPN7:30 PM

How many college football games are there in a season?

College football teams play approximately 11-12 games each season, with the number varying depending on bowl games and conference championship games. The college football season lasts approximately 14 weeks for the regular season in the FBS.

How many bowl games are there?

There will be 43 bowl games this year. The New Year’s Day bowl games feature some of the best teams in college football and the slate includes the Rose Bowl Game, the Fiesta Bowl, and the Sugar Bowl.

How many college football teams are there?

There are 131 college football teams in the FBS, broken down into 10 individual conferences Here is a current list of the active college football conferences.

  • American Athletic Conference (AAC)
  • Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
  • Big 12 Conference (Big 12)
  • Big Ten Conference (Big Ten or B1G)
  • Conference USA (C-USA)
  • FBS Independent
  • Mid-American Conference (MAC)
  • Mountain West Conference (MW or MWC)
  • Pac-12 Conference (Pac-12)
  • Southeastern Conference (SEC)
  • Sun Belt Conference (Sun Belt or SBC)

Who won the college football national championship last year?

The Georgia Bulldogs defeated the TCU Horned Frogs in the 2023 CFP National Championship Game.

GameTime (ET)TV
Georgia 65, TCU 78:00 PM ESPN

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