BCS bowl games 2014 TV schedule

BCS bowl games 2014 TV schedule: Schedule and previews for the Rose Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Orange Bowl and BCS National Championship Game on ESPN.

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BCS Bowl Games 2014 TV schedule

Wednesday, Jan. 1
Rose Bowl: Michigan State vs. Stanford
ESPN, 5pm ET
The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., is the site of this BCS matchup between the Big Ten champion Michigan State Spartans (12-1) and the Pac-12 champion Stanford Cardinal (11-2). The Spartans and Cardinal both feature elite defenses and powerful running games, and the outcome of the game could fall on which team can control the line of scrimmage.

Wednesday, Jan. 1
Tostitos Fiesta Bowl: Baylor vs. Central Florida
ESPN, 8:30pm ET
University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., hosts the Fiesta Bowl featuring the Big 12 champion Baylor Bears (11-1) vs. the AAC champion UCF Knights (11-1). Both teams are making their first BCS bowl appearances. UCF’s defense will be put to the test by Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty, running back Lache Seastrunk and the nation’s top offense.

Thursday, Jan. 2
Allstate Sugar Bowl: Alabama vs. Oklahoma
ESPN, 8:30pm ET
The Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans has the SEC’s Alabama Crimson Tide (11-1) taking on the Big 12’s Oklahoma Sooners (10-2). Alabama’s run for a third straight national championship came to an end in dramatic fashion with a loss to Auburn on a field-goal return touchdown. Oklahoma’s win over Oklahoma State earned the Sooners an at-large BCS bowl bid.

Friday, Jan. 3
Discover Orange Bowl: Ohio State vs. Clemson
ESPN, 8:30pm ET
Miami’s Sun Life Stadium is the site of the Orange Bowl matchup between the Big Ten’s Ohio State Buckeyes (12-1) and the ACC’s Clemson Tigers (10-2). Ohio State’s loss to Michigan State in the Big Ten Championship knocked the Buckeyes out of the national title picture. Quarterback Tajh Boyd and wide receiver Sammy Watkins lead the Tigers’ potent passing attack.

Monday, Jan. 6
VIZIO BCS National Championship Game: Florida State vs. Auburn
ESPN, 8:30pm ET
The BCS National Championship Game takes place tonight at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., as the No. 1-ranked Florida State Seminoles (13-0) take on the No. 2 Auburn Tigers (12-1). The undefeated Seminoles, led by quarterback Jameis Winston, punched their ticket to the title game with a win over Duke in the ACC Championship Game. Auburn earned a shot at the national championship with a big win over Alabama in the regular-season finale and a victory over Missouri in the SEC title game.

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3 Responses to BCS bowl games 2014 TV schedule

  1. kevin says:

    Why is the cotton bowl not apart of the BCS?

  2. Shannon m says:

    Um, how about Missouri vs Oklahoma State in the Cotton bowl this Friday?

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