With the College Football Playoff teams having already been announced, the 2018-2019 Bowl Game schedule is nearly complete. Several teams have already accepted invites securing their spots in upcoming postseason bowl games with several other announcements soon to come.
The Bahamas Bowl (Toledo v FIU), the Hawai’i Bowl (Louisiana Tech v Hawaii)and the Celebration Bowl (NC A&T v Alcorn State) are already finalized with Louisiana and Appalachian State also knowing of their bowl game destinations. The rest of the bowl games are expected to be finalized in the coming hours, so keep looking to College Sports Fans for more on the bowl schedule and match-ups.
The Bowl season is ahead of us as teams start to look ahead to the College Football Playoff and bowl games, and CollegeSports-fans.com is pleased to have added the bowl schedule to the site. Starting on December 15th at noon with the Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl and finishing with the College Football Playoff National Championship on January 7th, every team with a .500 or better record will likely get a chance to go bowling once again this season.
The 2018 College Football season is nearly here as ESPN continues to preview each conference with their “What You Need to Know” series of articles. As we look ahead to the upcoming season and seek answers to the many questions – will Alabama and Clemson continue to dominate, will Urban Meyer survive at Ohio State, and many more, ESPN looks to answer more of the on-field questions regarding playing time, star players and more. Check out the links below for their 2018 preview articles and be sure to review our past college football previews over the years.
After the firing of former OSU assistant football coach Zach Smith in July, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer was placed on paid administrative. The school has announced that they are investigating Courtney Smith’s recent statements that many close to Meyer, including many of the coaches’ wives, were aware of the 2015 allegation of domestic violence against her ex-husband.
> ESPN article on Urban Meyer & Ohio State
With the college football season just around the corner, we are please to say that CollegeSports-fans.com is getting a new look. We appreciate your patience in the coming days as we update the site and prepare for the 2018 college football season!