The college bowl season is officially upon us. This year’s post season schedule includes 40 bowl games – that’s right, 40 of ‘em. The first bowl game takes place on December 20th with the Bahama Bowl and concludes with the crowning of the National Champion in the New Orleans Supedome on January 13, 2020. There’s even a Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl in there somewhere (Gotta love the corporate sponsorships.) So if you’re keeping track, that’s 24 days of bowl games.
The major bowls take place on December 28th, with the Peach Bowl and Fiesta Bowl as the top four teams in the nation square off for national bragging rights. Clemson is the defending national champion and, as the third ranked team in the nation, has their sites set on a repeat. But they’ll have to get past the #2 seeded Ohio State. The other two teams in the hunt are Oklahoma and top-seeded LSU.
And, of course, let’s not forget the Rose Bowl! This year, the Oregon Ducks will be facing off against the Wisconsin Badgers. That game will be held on New Years Day with the kickoff at 5 PM.
Not sure who’s playing who this post season? Click here for a complete schedule of games, teams and times.
There is no better place to catch the post season gridiron action than at Greeley Avenue. With a bajillion widescreen tvs, there’s not a bad seat in the house. Plus, there’s the added advantage of being to watch multiple games at the same time. And you can be sure to catch the really big games on Greeley’s giant Big Screen.
Add to that Greeley’s unbeatable beer selection and always reliable menu options, and you have all the reasons you need to ditch the family tv and enjoy the big bowl games with your fellow football fanatics.
Just remember, there is no such thing as too much college football. See you ‘round the Big Screen.