What bowl games are on today

Two of the three most important games remaining in the 2019 college football season take place on Saturday.

The College Football Playoff semifinal matchups between No. 1 LSU and No. 4 Oklahoma (Peach Bowl) and No. 2 Ohio State and No. 3 Clemson (Fiesta Bowl) will determine the participants in the 2019 college football championship. But they aren't the only games on Saturday.


The other two games on the final Saturday slate of the season include the Camping World Bowl matchup between No. 14 Notre Dame and Iowa State and the Cotton Bowl matchup between No. 13 Penn State and No. 15 Memphis, part of the New Year's Day 6 lineup.

NEW YEAR'S DAY 6 PRIMERSPeach | Fiesta | Rose | Sugar | Orange | Cotton

College Football Playoff schedule: What games are on today?
Here's the full schedule for Saturday's college football bowl games, plus final scores and how to watch every game live.



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Saturday, Dec, 28Bowl Time (ET) TV channel Cotton: No. 13 Penn State vs. No. 15 Memphis Noon ESPN Camping World: No. 14 Notre Dame vs. Iowa State Noon ABC Peach: No. 1 LSU vs. No. 4 Oklahoma (CFP) 4 p.m. ESPN Fiesta: No. 2 Ohio State vs. No. 3 Clemson (CFP) 8 p.m. ESPN How to watch, live stream college football bowl games
The Saturday slate of games teams will be televised live on national TV, with games appearing on ESPN and ABC.

ESPN is going all out with 18 consecutive hours of college football coverage, beginning at 7 a.m. ET. College GameDay comes on at 9 p.m. ET live from State Farm Stadium, where the Fiesta Bowl is played, and will lead into the Cotton Bowl broadcast at noon. The show includes its usual crew with host Rece Davis joined by Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard, David Pollack and Maria Taylor.

For each College Football Playoff game, ESPN is once again running a "Megacast" across its family of networks. On the main broadcasts on ESPN, Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit will call the Fiesta Bowl, while Sean McDonough and Todd Blackledge are in the booth for the Peach Bowl.

A variety of broadcast alternatives will be shown on ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN News and more, including the popular "Film Room," which this year will feature Tom Luginbill and Louis Riddick (Peach Bowl) and Emmanuel Acho and Bobby Carpenter (Fiesta Bowl) breaking down film live on the game broadcast.

College football scoresGame No. 13 Penn State vs. No. 15 Memphis No. 14 Notre Dame vs. Iowa State No. 1 LSU vs. No. 4 Oklahoma No. 2 Ohio State vs. No. 3 Clemson

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