College Football Notes – Dec. 2, 2019

by BoCarter | Posted on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019

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NFF College Hall of Fame quarterback and 1971 Heisman Trophy recipient Pat Sullivan of Auburn passed away Dec. 1 after a lengthy bout with cancer in Birmingham Ala. Sullivan later served as head coach at TCU and Samford and was a radio analyst for the Auburn football network. He was 69.

NCAA DII-III and NCAA FCS playoffs continue moving toward their championships after early-round encounters. The DII title contest will be Saturday, Dec. 21, in McKinney, Texas, while the DIII championship occurs that same day in Shenandoah, Texas, near Houston. The NCAA FCS championship will be held Saturday, Jan. 11, in Frisco, Texas, in suburban Dallas. The 64th annual NAIA finale will be played Dec. 21 in Ruston, La. For scores and additional information, please access NCAA.com, NCAA.com/fcs and NAIA.org.

Longtime Plano (Texas) ISD coach, teacher, director of athletics, author, and president of the NFF Gridiron Club of Dallas Gerald Brence is retiring from athletics administration to join Elite X 360, a Dallas-Fort Worth area working to prevent sports-related injuries.

NFF College Hall of Fame Facts

Some notable birthdates in NFF College Hall of Fame annals in the Dec. 2-8 time period are Dec. 2 (1901) George Owen, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; (1953) Randy Rhino, Atlanta, Ga.; (1974) Pat Fitzgerald, Orland Park, Ill.; Dec. 3 (1885) Francis Schmidt, Downs, Kan.; (1887) Bob Fisher, Boston, Mass.; (1894) Bert Baston, St. Louis Park, Minn.; (1923) Tom Fears, Los Angeles, Calif.; (1957) Keith Dorney, Allentown, Pa.; Dec. 4 (1901) Adam Walsh, Churchville, Iowa; (1908) Tommy Yarr, Dabob, Wash.; (1931) Roy Kidd, Corbin, Ky.; (1942) Frank Emanuel, Clio, S.C.; (1984) Joe Thomas, Brookfield, Wis.; Dec. 5 (1892) Jim Phelan, Sacramento, Calif.; (1927) Frosty Westering, Council Bluffs, Iowa; (1936) Tom Brown, Albert Lea, Minn.; (1936) John Wooten, Carlsbad, N.M.; (1947) Jim Plunkett, San Jose, Calif.; (1952) Jim Tressel, Mentor, Ohio; (1955) Art Still, Camden, N.J.; (1957) Art Monk, White Plains, N.Y.; (1963) Larry Station, Omaha, Neb.; Dec. 6 (1893) Lou Little, Leominster, Mass.; (1898) Benny Lee Boynton, Waco, Texas; (1918) Nick Drahos, Ford City, Pa.; (1921) Otto Graham, Waukegan, Ill.; Dec. 7 (1888) Hamilton Fish, Garrison, N.Y.; Dec. 8 (1914) Bobby Grayson, Portland, Ore.; (1941) Bob Brown, Cleveland, Ohio; (1958) George Rogers, Duluth, Ga.

 

Notable anniversary death dates for Hall of Famers are Dec. 2 (1997) Endicott Peabody, Hollis, N.H.; Dec. 3 (1982) Dutch Meyer, Fort Worth, Texas; (2014) Dr. Jim Swink, Fort Worth, Texas; Dec. 4 (1975) Jack Mollenkopf, West Lafayette, Ind.; Dec. 6 (2010) Don Meredith, Santa Fe, N.M.; Dec. 7 (2001) Charles McClendon, Baton Rouge, La.; (2006) Jackie Parker, Edmonton, Canada; (2014) Charlie Flowers, Atlanta, Ga.; (2017) Tubby Raymond, Landenberg, Pa.

 

Happy birthdays to NFF College Hall of Fame members Dec. 2 Randy Rhino, Pat Fitzgerald, Dec. 3 Keith Dorney, Dec. 4 Roy Kidd (a spry 88), Frank Emanuel, Joe Thomas, Dec. 5 Tom Brown, Jim Plunkett, Jim Tressel, Art Still, Art Monk, Larry Station, Dec. 8 Bob Brown, George Rogers…

Connecticut’s 2020 schedule as a FBS independent will include new opponents North Carolina, Old Dominion and Middle Tennessee. The UConn-UNC contest replaces an earlier slated North Carolina-Old Dominion test in ’20…Several schools are scheduling future program-building games with FBS and NCAA Division I basketball stalwarts. Some of the schools engaging in discussions are Butler, Colorado, USF, Wisconsin, Arizona, Cincinnati, St. John’s (N.Y.), and Texas Tech…Alabama State’s 2020 non-conference worksheet includes games with Tuskegee, at Texas Tech and Kennesaw State…LSU and Ole Miss combined for 1,300-plus yards of total offense recently in the Tigers 58-37 Southeastern Conference victory…Virginia defeated Virginia Tech for the first time since 2004 (skein of 15 games) last week and plays Clemson Saturday in the Dr Pepper Atlantic Coast Conference Championship…Indiana edged Purdue 44-41 in double overtime to complete the Hoosiers’ best mark (8-4) since the 1993 IU squad finished 8-4…SMU won his 10th game of the season – the most since 1983 on the Hilltop and recorded its sixth 10-victory campaign in school history after downing Tulane…Air Force leads NCAA FBS with 20-plus yards per pass attempt.

 

Lafayette football has been giving back unsold gameday concessions’ food to area food pantries…The Coach Gary Patterson Foundation at TCU purchased 6,500 turkeys to feed 40,000 on Thanksgiving in the Fort Worth, Texas, area…Ole Miss Army ROTC corps followed a longstanding tradition for the UM-Mississippi State football series by holding a relay run with the game ball 103 miles from Oxford, Miss., to last Thursday’s game site – Starkville, Miss…Michigan State wore special helmet stickers in memory of the passings of recent football greats Henry Bullough and Charles Rogers…Wisconsin’s Badgers women’s college hockey team is ecstatic about a neutral site game in Nashville, Tenn., in coming months.

 

Ian Falconer was named head coach at Pacific (Ore.)…Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz entered last Friday’s game with Nebraska as the co-fourth-winningest head coach in Big Ten Conference games with NFF College Hall of Fame coach Hayden Fry who spent most of his career with the Hawkeyes. Both had 96 Big 12 wins prior to the weekend clashes…Barry Odom has completed his tenure as head coach at Missouri, and Charlie Strong has left the USF program as head coach…Florida State continues its search for a new head football coach with Penn State head coach James Franklin a reported possibility…The AFCA 2019 Assistant Coach of the Year for five divisions are (first presented in 1997 and created to honor assistant coaches who excel in community service, commitment to the student-athlete, on-field coaching success and AFCA professional organization involvement) NCAA FBS–Mike Viti, Fullbacks Coach, Army West Point; FCS–Jason Eck, Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach, South Dakota State; Division II–Donnell Leomiti, Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Coach, Colorado State-Pueblo; Division III–Luke Cutkomp, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Coach, University of Chicago; and NAIA–Mike Ridings, Safeties Coach, Marian (Ind.)…Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo was complimented for staff changes that led the Midshipmen back into contention in the American Athletic Conference and for a bowl berth this fall…The Ohio Bobcats are eligible to play in their 10th bowl over the last seasons under legendary head coach Frank Solich. Solich has guided OU to 10 of its previous 12 all-time bowl visits…Rutgers is back on the hunt for its 2020 head coach after negotiations ended with former head coach Greg Schiano…Semifinalists for the 24th annual Frank Broyles FBS Assistant Coach of the Year Award are Auburn’s Kevin Steele, Defensive Coordinator; Baylor’s Phil Snow, Defensive Coordinator/Safeties; Clemson’s Jeff Scott, Co-Offensive Coordinator/wide receivers; Georgia’s Dan Lanning, Defensive Coordinator/Outside LBs; Indiana’s Kalen DeBoer, Offensive Coordinator/quarterbacks coach; LSU’s Joe Brady, Passing Game Coordinator/wide receivers; Michigan’s Don Brown, Defensive Coordinator; Minnesota’s Kirk Ciarrocca, Offensive Coordinator/quarterbacks; Navy’s  Brian Newberry, Defensive Coordinator/Safeties; Ohio State’s Jeff Hafley, Co-Defensive Coordinator/Secondary; Oklahoma’s Alex Grinch, Defensive Coordinator/Safeties; Oregon’s Andy Avalos, Defensive Coordinator; SMU’s Rhett Lashlee, Offensive Coordinator/quarterbacks; Wisconsin’s Jim Leonhard, Defensive Coordinator; and Utah’s Morgan Scalley, Defensive Coordinator/Safeties. The winner will be revealed among five finalists Dec. 10 at the Little Rock (Ark.) Marriott at a gala banquet…The numbers 5 and 55 were in great evidence for the University of Calgary as the Dinos captured the Canada West Collegiate Championship last week. Head coach Wayne Harris Jr. honors the memory of his father and NFF College Hall of Fame player Wayne Harris of Arkansas. Harris Sr. wore 55 throughout his Hall of Fame career with the CFL Calgary Stampeders…Former Southern Miss and North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora is expected to step down as offensive analyst at Texas at the end of the 2019 campaign…Gardner-Webb head coach Carroll McCray is leaving the program…Minnesota head coach P.J. Fleck’s new contract has a large bonus award clause…Northern Colorado head coach Earnest Collins Jr. will not return for 2020…Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops vowed to stay with the Wildcats despite some other possible coaching offers…Mick McCall will not return as Northwestern’s offensive coordinator next season… Arizona’s head coach Kevin Sumlin is set to return in 2020…Colorado State AD Joe Parker is evaluating the Rams football program and operations for the 2020 outing…Connecticut head coach Randy Edsall guided the Huskies in their final game in the American in 2019 as UConn will be a FBS independent in ’20…Missouri athletics has placed high priority for a new head football coach next fell…Rutgers fans and media still are assessing the future impact that former head coach Greg Schiano had on the program when he decided return not to accept his previous position at RU…TCU head coach Gary Patterson has received full administrative support for some offseason assistant coaching changes…Other head coaches who will not be back in 2020 are New Mexico’s Bob Davie, Boston College’s Steve Addadazio, UNLV’s Tony Sanchez, and UTSA’s Frank Wilson. Rich Gunnell is taking over as interim head coach for BC’s 2019 bowl skirmish, which is to be determined. The Eagles also were involved with the weather-related no-contest ServPro First Responders Bowl in Dallas last December.

Washington State head coach Mike Leach expressed disappointed and frustration for the loss in the postgame media conference after Washington downed the Cougars to take the coveted Apple Cup…Jackson State is making changes to its football staff and operations in comig days.

 

Hometowns of more 2019 college head coaches – Oregon State: Jonathan Smith, Pasadena, Calif.; Pacific (Ore.): Ian Falconer, Lake Oswego, Ore.; Penn State: James Franklin, Langhorne, Pa.; Pennsylvania: Ray Priore, Long Beach, N.Y.; Pittsburgh: Pat Narduzzi, New Haven, Conn.

 

Missouri director of athletics Jim Sterk commented on the revocation of Mizzou’s appeal for the NCAA ban on Tigers postseason play for multiple sports…UNLV AD Desiree Reed-Francois was featured on the performances of her head coaching hires.,, Texas AD Chris Del Conte spoke on the promise of head coach Tom Herman bringing back the Longhorns to the level of their 10-4 finish and bowl triumph during the 2018 season…Rutgers president Robert Barchi noted he had confidence that Scarlet Knights AD Pat Hobbs would locate a top-flight successor for the 2020 head coaching position – the decision is not expected to come until the 2019 season and possibly post-2019 bowl games are completed. There were media reports last week that Rutgers had a short list of three possible major candidates…Chattanooga AD Mark Wharton spoke of the monetary challenges for the Moccasins football program and NCAA FCS programs.

 

AAC commissioner Mike Aresco has spoken of the talent, deoth and postseason potential of AAC members, Memphis, Cincinnati, SMU, and Navy…Matchups for NCAA FBS conference championship contests Dec. 5-7 are: American – Memphis vs. Cincinnati; ACC: Clemson vs. Virginia; Big Ten: Ohio State vs. Wisconsin; Big 12: Baylor vs, Oklahoma; Conference USA: Florida Atlantic vs. UAB; MAC: Miami (Ohio) vs. Central Michigan; MWC: Boise State vs. Hawai’i;, Pac-12: Oregon vs Utah; SEC: Georgia vs. LSU;  Sun Belt: Appalachian State vs. Louisiana…A quick look at all-time conference football championships (won or shared) by some of the national powerhouses playing in this weekend’s circuit title games. This includes all conference affiliations – Oklahoma 48, Ohio State 39, Alabama 31, and Clemson 24, among others. Those four teams in 2019 also are a composite 47-1 entering Saturday’s league fracases…Virginia and Virginia Tech have asked the Atlantic Coast Conference to seek to move their annual tilt off its recent Black Friday football dates…The Big Ten Conference is looking to help Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Nebraska to rotate football opponents for season-ending games…Other 2019 conference champs from NCAA FCS loops are Big Sky: Weber State, Sacramento State; Big South: Monmouth; CAA: James Madison; Ivy League: Dartmouth, Yale; MEAC: Florida A&M; Missouri Valley: North Dakota State; Northeast: Central Connecticut State; Ohio Valley: Austin Peay, Southeast Missouri; Patriot League: Holy Cross; Pioneer: San Diego; Southern: Wofford; Southland: Central Arkansas, Nicholls State; SWAC: TBD – Alcorn State or Southern (Baton Rouge)…Baylor jumped five places in the College Football Playoff rankings (from No. 14 to No. 9) after thumping Texas 24-10. The Bears make their first Big 12 Conference Dr Pepper Football Championship appearance Saturday vs. Oklahoma in 24 seasons as Big 12 members…Southeastern Conference commissioner Greg Sankey met with Mississippi State and Ole Miss athletics officials last week prior to the contest about decorum and crowd control at the 116th annual meeting between the teams and the 93rd renewal of the Battle for the Golden Egg – an egg-shaped trophy established for the winning team in 1927…Boise State finished undefeated in Mountain West Conference play for the first time in history…Memphis (11-1 overall) is hosting a conference title game (American) for the first time in 29 seasons of FBS conference affiliations.

 

Charlotte has accepted its first bowl bid in history to meet Buffalo in the Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl…There are now 79 bowl-eligible teams through games of Dec. 2 with seven more teams reaching bowl qualification last weekend. Those latest schools added were Boston College, North Carolina, Michigan State, Kent State, Ohio, Mississippi State, and Liberty…There are 78 available FBS postseason positions, including the four-team, three-bowl College Football Playoff, and no teams with 5-7 records will qualify in post-2019, and most of the bowl berths will be decided prior to Sunday’s CFP selections at noon (EST)…Missouri will not be eligible for 2019-20 bowl activity after the loss of an appeal to the NCAA Infractions Committee…TCU has been to bowl contests in 19 seasons over a 21-year juncture from 1998-2018…Among the longest current consecutive streaks of bowl appearances the leaders are Virginia Tech with 27, Georgia (23), Oklahoma (21), LSU (20), and Boise State and Wisconsin (18 each)…Mississippi State is going to a bowl for a school-record 10th straight season and is making its 23rd postseason trek.

 

Several finalists have been designated for major national individual position, offensive and defensive player of the year awards. Some of the notables are FWAA Outland Trophy – center Tyler Biadasz of Wisconsin, offensive tackle Penei Sewell of Oregon and defensive tackle Derrick Brown of Auburn; John Mackey Award – Florida Atlantic TE Harrison Bryant, Washington TE Hunter Bryant and Miami (Fla.) TE Brevin Jordan; Lou Groza National Place Kicker Award – Blake Mazza, Washington State; Rodrigo Blankenship, Georgia; and Keith Duncan, Iowa; Doak Walker Running Back Award – Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State; JK Dobbins, Ohio State; Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin; Ray Guy Punter Award – Dane Roy, Houston; Max Duffy, Kentucky; and Sterling Hofrichter, Syracuse; Maxwell (Top Player) QB Joe Burrow, LSU; QB Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma; QB Chase Young, Ohio State; Davey O’Brien Quarterback Award – Burrow, Hurts, Justin Fields, Ohio State; Bednarik (Top Defender) Award – D. Brown, Isaiah Simmons, Clemson; Young, Ohio State; Biletnikoff Wide Receiver Award – Ja’Marr Chase, LSU; CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma; Michael Pittman, Southern California; Jim Thorpe Defensive Back Award – Grant Delpit, LSU; Jeff Okudah, Ohio State; J.R. Reed, Georgia; Danny Wuerffel Community Service Award – D. Brown, Auburn; Isaiah Sanders, Air Force; Jon Sassink, Western Michigan; among others…Note from the Denver Post: Oklahoma QB Jalen Hurts had more carries (180) through 12 games than any of the OU Wishbone offense quarterback greats – Thomas Lott, J.C. Watts, Jamelle Holieway or Steve Davis – had in a season. Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy summed up the Sooners 2019 offense. “They’re a wishbone team,” he said. “They’re just lined up in the spread.” Hurts now has rushed for 1,217 yards and 18 touchdowns for a 6.2 average prior to OU’s appearance in the Dr Pepper Big 12 Football Championship Saturday against Baylor at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas…TCU QB Michael Collins who moved to TCU from Pennsylvania as a graduate transfer has re-entered the 2020 NCAA FBS Transfer Portal…Recent standouts for Conference USA teams were Victor Tucker of first-time bowl-eligible Charlotte with five receptions for 121 yards and two fourth quarter touchdowns in a win over Marshall, WKU DE Deangelo Malone with seven tackles, two TFL’s, 1.5 sacks, and a forced fumble that he returned for a touchdown in a victory at Southern Miss, and FIU kicker Jose Borregales with three field goals, including two from 50-plus yards, in a win over crosstown foe Miami (Fla.)…Texas seniors Malcolm Roach, Brandon Jones and Devin Duvernay let coaches know they plan to compete in the Longhorns post-2019 bowl. UT has played in 22 bowl games in the last 26 seasons (1994-2019)… FIU QB James Morgan played in the 23rd game of his career with the Panthers and needs four TD passes in FIU’s bowl game to break the Panthers career touchdowns passes’ record of 42 Josh Padrick from 2002-06.  Morgan played at Bowling Green for two seasons and has 64 all-time TD tosses between the two universities…Washington QB Jacob Eason passed for 244 yards and ran for a touchdown to pace the Huskies past Washington State 31-13 for the seventh consecutive time in the Apple Cup game…Texas A&M junior DT Justin Madubuike will be looking at his NFL options after competing in the Aggies 11th consecutive bowl in December…Oklahoma State reserves QB Dru Brown (graduate transfer from Hawai’i) and WR Dillon Stoner have played key roles in replacing injured starters QB Spencer Sanders and All-Big 12 Conference WR Tylan Wallace…North Texas is hoping that injured standout WR Rico Bussey Jr. will return as a redshirt senior in 2020 after gaining a 2019 medical hardship…Iowa kicker Keith Duncan kicked a 48-yard field goal on the final play of the game to give the Hawkeyes a 27-24 win at Nebraska…Texas kicker Cameron Dicker for last-second field goals to down Iowa State and Kansas and to help the Longhorns get to the seven-win mark…Ohio State defensive standout Chase Young played his first game since a NCAA suspension against Michigan last Saturday…New Mexico State running back Jason Huntley was the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National Player of the Week after rushing for 191 yards and three touchdowns on NMSU Senior Day to leas the Aggies past UTEP 44-35…Ohio State verbal commit for 2020 WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba Central Michigan defensive back Brian Edwards is seeking to regain his eligibility for the Chippewas bowl game after some recent jurisprudence…Washington State defensive back Shahman Moore is seeking a new playing location for the 2020 campaign…South Carolina punter Michael Almond is working to get restored to full playing status before the Gamecocks bowl appearance…Ole Miss wideout Elijah Moore joined head coach Matt Luke and AD Keith Carter in making a public apology for recent actions at the end of the Mississippi State-Ole Miss contest last Thursday.

 

The first 40 patrons to purchase tickets for North Texas football’s special Black Friday promotion were able to spend special time with NFF College Hall of Fame defensive lineman “Mean Joe” Greene prior to the UNT-UAB encounter in Denton, Texas…The Arena League Washington Valor squad was remembered for winning the 2018 Arena Bowl XXXI after finishing 2-10 in the regular season. The Valor captured two postseason tussles and closed 4-10 with the title trophy as all four teams completing the season made the playoffs…Former Ohio State All-America and Dallas Cowboys All-Pro RB Zeke Elliott made a $150,000 donation to the Salvation Army…Mississippi State honored its 10-2 team from 1999, which rallied from a 20-6 deficit to edge Ole Miss 23-20 in the season finale and topped Clemson 17-7 in the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl, at last week’s MSU-UM encounter in Starkville, Miss. Head coach of that squad was veteran mentor Jackie Sherrill…

 

UCLA is making a concerted effort for 2020 ticket purchasing to offset its lowest attendance average in 2019 since the 1982 season – the first year the Bruins moved their home games to Rose Bowl Stadium.

 

Jim and Linda McNatt have made a $1 million donation to North Texas athletics for facility enhancements and scholarships…Illinois athletics has scheduled several out-of-town events and advertising to promote UI football and other sports…St. Thomas (Minn.) has begun planning for its move from NCAA Division III to Division I. A similar plan occurred in the 1990s-2000s when Dallas Baptist advanced all the way from NAIA membership to Division I baseball status (currently a member of the Missouri Valley Conference)…Nicholls State had to improvise field tents as the visiting locker room area during last week’s NCAA FCS playoff contest in Thibodaux, La….UNLV’s new Allegiant Stadium is all but finished except for some ground level and field tray areas…EBay has sold popular ticket exchange and supplier StubHub to Geneva, Switzerland-based Viagogo for $4.05 billion…Ohio State athletics made recent ticket policy changes…Connecticut coaches and student-athletes commented on social media posts made about Huskies teams…Alabama’s Bryant-Kelly Stadium $106 million renovation and overhaul started Monday…Some media and fans have suggested that Clemson rename football-associated Tillman Hall on campus…The chancellors of California, UC Santa Cruz and the University of California System chief academic officer have supported dropping SAT and ACT tests as admissions requirements…Fans United website featured several Black Friday apparel values featuring college football rivalry games.

 

The Providence, Conn., Journal’s columnist Kevin McNamara opined on 30 years of covering college and other levels of sports…The Albuquerque, N.M. Journal editorialized about the need for collegiate mental health health awareness and warning signs…Columnist Richard Vedder wrote about the effort in several areas of helping to make more NCAA FBS schools major research and development universities…A recent media report inquired if legalized sports betting in California might affect drastically the sports book business in Nevada and neighboring states…The NFL Cincinnati Bengals activated former Western Michigan star DB Barius Phillips from the reserved roster list.

 

The FWAA Super 16 poll updating Sunday included the same four teams in the top places – LSU, Ohio State, Clemson, and Georgia – an Utah jumped into the No. 5 spot…FIU was the Reveal Suits National Team of the Week after upending Miami (Fla.) in the Battle of Dade County…Kelly Bird of Linfield, Kelli Elmore of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference, Dave Walters of Guilford, Andy Seeley of UCF, Sean Cartell of Texas, and Todd Bell of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association were featured subjects and opinion makers in the CoSIDA Open Forum online newsletter…Arizona, Canisius, Clemson, Kansas, Kennesaw State, Maryland, Memphis, Mississippi State, Southern California, Texas A&M, and Ursinus are working with NCAA enforcement and compliance officials concerning possible issues and reports at their respective schools…The Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools has reorganized its districts and will reassign Trinity Christian-Addison and Carrollton Prince of Peace HS to the TAPPS league division. They will not compete for district of state playoffs in these roles…On Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020, the AFCA will host a kids’ camp during the AFCA Convention in Nashville. This is a first for the AFCA and will be in conjunction with the Nashville area Boys and Girls Clubs. The AFCA is seeking coaching volunteers to lead drills with these youngsters and to impart share some coaching words of  wisdom.

2019-20 College Football Playoff Bowl Schedule with New Year’s six(All Games Televised by ESPN, All Times EST) CFP

Saturday, Dec. 28 (CFP Semifinals)PlayStation Fiesta Bowl – State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Ariz., 4 or 8 p.m.Chick-Fil-A Bowl, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, 4 or 8 p.m.

Monday, Jan. 13 – CFP Championship, Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, La., 8 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 28-Jan. 1, 2019-20 (Other New Year’s Six Bowls)Saturday, Dec. 28 – Goodyear Cotton Bowl – AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas, noon

Monday, Dec. 30 – Capital One Orange Bowl, Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Fla., 8 p.m.Wednesday, Jan. 1Rose Bowl Presented by Northwestern Mutual, Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif., 5 p.m.Allstate Sugar Bowl – Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, La., 8:45 p.m.

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