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BCS Bowl Schedule 2013 Reveals NCAA Football Bowl Games 2013-14

2013 BCS Bowl Schedule Reveals NCAA college Football Bowl Games 2013-14 announcement selection show results

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – The 2013 BCS Bowl Schedule revealed the NCAA Football Bowl Games 2013-14 to college football fans last night. The BCS Selection Show announcement results on ESPN last night had few surprises. Several NCAA Football teams that had sat atop the BCS Standings 2013 and AP Top 25 Rankings for much of the season fell in the final weeks. Some of they plummeted out of the top ten, leaving fans wondering if their schools would even get bowl invites. Last night, the 2013 BCS Bowl Schedule revealed that previous top ranked BCS schools like Oregon are still heading to a bowl games.

The NCAA Football Bowl Games 2013-14 kick off on December 21 and run until January 6, 2014. Headed to the VIZIO BCS National Championship as expected is No. 1 Florida State vs. No. 2 Auburn. Start time on that Rose Bowl game is 8:30 pm EST, reps remind news.

The 2013 BCS Bowl Schedule heats up closer to New Years. On December 28, there will be four bowl games, officials tell news. Among them that night is the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl at 10:15 pm from the Sun Devil Stadium. That Bowl confirmed Sunday its lineup will be Michigan vs. Kansas State.

Oregon got a bowl spot, despite troubles late in the season. On December 30, it will head to the Valero Alamo Bowl for the Oregon vs. Texas game, starting 6:45 pm EST. Meantime, the National University Holiday Bowl tells news that its lineup from San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium on December 30 will be Arizona State vs. Texas Tech.

The Arizona vs. Boston College game heads to the AdvoCare V100 Bowl. And as reported last night on LALATE, the Virginia Tech vs. UCLA game heats up the Hyundai Sun Bowl on New Years Eve. Meantime, there was no surprise in the Rose Bowl Game lineup this year. Start time on that match will be 5 pm EST and will feature Stanford vs. Michigan State.

After the final BCS Standings were announced last night, the top bowl selections were revealed to news. They included the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl on January which will host UCF vs. Baylor. Meantime, Oklahoma vs. Alabama will head to the Allstate Sugar Bowl, the BCS tells news.

Clemson fell in the rankings dramatically in the last few weeks of the season. But it is heading to the Discover Orange Bowl while the AT&T Cotton Bowl gets Oklahoma State vs. Missouri. For the complete schedule and start times, click HERE. For more on the bowl games, and live score results during notable games, click HERE.

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