The full college football bowl game schedule for the 2022 features 43 contests spanning three weeks in December and January. Action begins on Dec. 16 with the Bahamas Bowl and runs through Jan. 9, when a College Football Playoff national champion will be crowned at SOFI Stadium in Inglewood, California.
Highlighting the early schedule is a loaded seven-game slate on Saturday, December 17. With New Year’s Day falling on a Sunday, there are no bowls scheduled for Jan. 1, which makes for a strange quirk on a day that is typically significant in college football‘s postseason. Instead, Dec. 31 and Jan. 2 will be among the biggest dates this bowl season. Both CFP semifinals — the Peach Bowl and Fiesta Bowl — are set for New Year’s Eve, while the Cotton Bowl, Citrus Bowl and Rose Bowl will be played Jan. 2.
Bowl participants will be unveiled on Sunday, Dec. 4 now that the conference championship games have been decided. Here’s how you can watch the 2022 Bowl Games live announcements with updates on every game as they are finalized., and be sure to follow our
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