The college football bowl schedule 2010 starts on December 18. Once the college football bowl schedule 2010 ends on January 10, fans will be impatient for Oregon and Auburn to take the field. Since there are 34 games on the docket before then, and since many are new or unappetizing, the wait may seem very long. Given that the bowls are blamed for a lack of playoffs, it might give fans even more reason to gripe. Nevertheless, the college football bowl schedule will go on, for a month of climactic action.
It all begins on December 18, with three opening games on ESPN. BYU and UTEP start it off with the New Mexico bowl, followed by Northern Illinois and Fresno State in the Humanitarian, and Ohio vs Troy in New Orleans. Three days later, Louisville and Southern Miss clash in St. Petersburg.
On December 22, the college football bowl schedule 2010 has its first top team, as Boise State faces Utah in Las Vegas. Navy takes on San Diego State in the Poinsettia on the next day, with Tulsa vs Hawaii in Hawaii on Christmas Eve, and Florida International vs Toledo in the Little Caesars on December 26.
Following the December 27 Independence Bowl between Georgia Tech and Air Force, two games are on December 28. NC State and West Virginia square off in the Champ Sports, followed by Iowa vs Missouri in the Insight. December 29 brings Illinois vs Baylor in Texas, Oklahoma State vs Arizona in the Alamo, and Maryland vs East Carolina in the Military,
The college football bowl schedule 2010 starts to really get going in the days ahead. December 30 will have Kansas State and Syracuse in the Pinstripe, North Carolina and Tennessee in the Music City, and Nebraska vs Washington in the Holiday. Then on New Years Eve, there is Notre Dame vs Miami in the Sun, Florida State vs South Carolina in the Chick-fil-A, UCF and Georgia in the Liberty, and Clemson vs South Florida in the Meineke Car Care.
New Years Day then arrives, and is still the biggest bowl day of all – at least in volume. The TicketCity, Outback, Capital One, Gator, Rose and Fiesta are held throughout the day, as the BCS finally kicks off as well. January 3 has the Orange stand along, with the Sugar taking place the next night.
After a break on January 5, the college football bowl schedule 2010 ends with one game on five straight days. Miami Ohio and Middle Tennessee clash in the GoDaddy.com bowl on the 6’th, with Texas A&M and LSU in the Cotton the next day. January 8 brings Pittsburgh vs Kentucky in the BBVA Compass, and Nevada and Boston College then battle in the Kraft Fight Hunger.
Once all of that is finally out of the way, the national championship will come on January 10. No matter what happens in the rest of the college football bowl schedule, Oregon and Auburn are set to overshadow it all when it’s over.
Yahoo Sports- “2010-11 Bowl Schedule/Results”