The 2020-21 college football bowl schedule was officially announced Friday, which includes 37 postseason games beginning Dec. 19.
The College Football Playoff semifinals will take place Jan. 1, with the CFP National Championship scheduled for Jan. 11. However, all bowl games are subject to change amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here are a few of the notable games and dates:
|Cotton Bowl||Dec. 30||Arlington|
|Peach Bowl||Jan. 1||Atlanta|
|Citrus Bowl||Jan. 1||Orlando|
|Rose Bowl (CFP Semifinal)||Jan. 1||Pasadena|
|Sugar Bowl (CFP Semifinal)||Jan. 1||New Orleans|
|Fiesta Bowl||Jan. 2||Glendale|
|Orange Bowl||Jan. 2||Miami Gardens|
|CFP National Championship||Jan. 11||Miami Gardens|
A handful of bowls announced their intentions to postpone their annual games due to the pandemic, including the Bahamas Bowl, Celebration Bowl, Fenway Bowl, Hawaii Bowl, and Holiday Bowl.
All FBS teams playing this fall will be immediately eligible to play in a bowl game, as the NCAA approved a no-win requirement to play in postseason contests earlier in October.