2014 College Football Non-BCS date schedules, latest update

2014 College Football Non-BCS date schedules, latest update

San Francisco : CA : USA | Dec 08, 2013 at 12:50 AM PST
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The 2013 College Football season ended with high note up to the ninth level in a chaotic but exciting championship weekend on Saturday finale.

It is one of the most dramatic finish so far that keep football fans on the edge of their seat until the last two games on Saturday night that decided which team will play for the BCS Championship title.

The stunning upset of No.2 Ohio State to Michigan State also surprised many fans. Buckeyes loss give way to Auburn Tigers trip to national title showdown against Florida State.

Also read [2014 BCS Bowls games projection latest update]

Few highlights on Saturday when Rice Owl clinched its first outright conference title since 1957, out-hustling Marshall 41-24 in the Conference USA Championship Game Saturday. The smarty Owl is projected in Liberty Bowl against Mississippi State on Dec. 31 in Memphis.

Fresno State bounce back to beat Utah State 24-17 to capture the Mountain West conference title Saturday night. Fresno is projected to play for Las Vegas Bowl against USC on the Dec. 21 bowl season opening kickoff.

College Football official bowl selection was announced Sunday, Dec. 8, when teams bowl eligible teams will learn what bowl they will play. Here’s the latest Non-BCS Bowls with date schedule below.

New Mexico Bowl: Washington State vs. Colorado State - Dec. 21, Albuquerque, NM

(MWC No. 4/5 vs Pac-12 No. 7)

Las Vegas Bowl: Fresno State vs. USC - Dec. 21, Las Vegas

(MWC No. 1 vs Pac-12 No. 5)

Famous Idaho Potato: Buffalo vs San Diego State - Dec. 21, Boise

(MWC vs MAC No. 3)

New Orleans Bowl: Tulane vs Louisiana-Lafayette - Dec. 21, New Orleans

(Sun Belt No. 1 vs C-USA)

Beef O’Brady’s Bowl: Ohio vs East Carolina - Dec. 23, St. Petersburg

(AAC No. 6) vs. C-USA)

Hawaii Bowl:Boise State vs Oregon State (C-USA) - Dec. 24, Honolulu

(MWC vs. C-USA)

Little Caesars Bowl: Bowling Green vs Pittsburgh - Dec. 26, in Detroit

(Big Ten No. 8 vs MAC)

Poinsettia Bowl: N. Illinois vs. Utah State - Dec. 26, at San Diego

(MWC No. 2 vs. Army)

Military Bowl: Maryland vs Marshall - Dec. 27, in Washington, D.C.

(ACC No. 8 vs. C-USA)

Texas Bowl: Syracuse vs. Minnesota - Dec. 27 in Houston

(Big 12 No. 6 vs Big Ten No. 6)

Fight Hunger: BYU vs Washington - Dec. 27 in San Francisco

(Pac-12 No. 6 vs. BYU)

Pinstripe Bowl: Rudgers vs Notre Dame - Dec. 28 in New York City

(Big 12 No. 7 vs. AAC No. 4)

Belk Bowl: North Carolina vs. Cincinnati - Dec. 28 in Charlotte

(ACC No. 5 vs. AAC No. 3)

Russell Athletic Bowl: Miami (FL) vs Louisville - Dec. 28, in Orlando

(ACC No. 3 vs. AAC No. 2)

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl: Kansas State vs Michigan Dec. 28 in Phoenix

(Big 12 No. 4 vs. Big Ten No. 4/5)

Armed Forces Bowl: Middle Tenn. vs. Navy - Dec. 30 in Fort Worth

(MWC vs. Navy)

Music City Bowl: Georgia Tech vs. Ole Miss - Dec. 30 in Nashville

(ACC No. 6 vs SEC No. 7)

Alamo Bowl: Texas vs. Oregon - Dec. 30 in San Antonio

(Big 12 No. 3 vs Pac-12 No. 2)

Holiday Bowl: Texas Tech vs Arizona State - Dec. 30 in San Diego

(Big 12 No. 5 vs. Pac-12 No. 3)

Independence Bowl: Arizona vs Boston College - Dec. 31 in Shreveport

(ACC No. 7 vs SEC No. 10)

Sun Bowl: Virginia Tech vs. UCLA - Dec. 31 in El Paso

(ACC No. 4 vs Pac-12 No. 4)

Liberty Bowl: Rice vs. Mississippi State - Dec. 31 in Memphis

(C-USA No. 1 vs AAC/SEC No. 8/9)

Chick-fil-A Bowl: Duke vs. Texas A&M - Dec. 31 in Atlanta

(ACC No. 2 vs SEC No. 5)

Gator Bowl: Nebraska vs Geogia - Jan. 1 in Jacksonville

(Big Ten No. 4/5 vs SEC No. 6)

Heart of Dallas Bowl: UNLV vs. North Texas - Jan. 1 in Dallas

(Big Ten No. 7 vs C-USA)

Capital One Bowl: Wisconsin vs. South Carolina - Jan. 1 in Orlando

(Big Ten No. 2 vs SEC No. 2)

Outback Bowl: Iowa vs LSU - Jan. 1 in Tampa

(Big Ten No. 3 vs SEC)

Cotton Bowl: Oklahoma State vs. Missouri - Jan. 3 in Arlington

(Big 12 No. 2 vs SEC)

BBVA Compass Bowl: Vanderbilt vs Houston - Jan 4 in Birmingham

(AAC No. 5/C-USA) vs. Tennessee (SEC No. 8/9)

GoDaddy.com Bowl: Ball State vs. Arkansas State - Jan 5 in Mobile Ala.

(MAC vs Sun Belt No. 2)

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