It is fewer than 100 days until the start of college football season, which means a summer update for bowl projections. With spring practice in the rear view and rosters relatively finalized, the top teams start to as we approach opening weekend.
College football’s full 43-game bowl schedule was revealed last week, providing us with game dates, kickoff times and the TV schedule for your viewing pleasure. Next season’s College Football Playoff national championship will be played at SOFI Stadium in Inglewood, California on Jan. 9, 2023. New Year’s Day falls on a Sunday, meaning many of the bowl slates marquee games will be played on Dec. 31, including both playoff semi-finals showdowns in the Peach and Fiesta, respectively.
A couple offseason notes as reminders — the annual Outback Bowl in Tampa, Florida, has been renamed to the Tampa Bay Bowl since Outback is no longer the title sponsor after two decades. The game will be played on Jan. 2, and it features a team from the SEC against a Big Ten or ACC program.
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Here’s a look at our summer bowl projections at 247Sports, which is subject to change with our next update at the start of fall practice.