Here are all the college bowl games on TV today

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If Thanksgiving is for the NFL, the holidays are for college football. Over the course of more than three weeks, the country’s best teams will compete in season-capping bowl games, leading up to the college football playoff and the national championship game on Jan. 7. It’s a glorious time, with otherwise-unlikely matchups unfolding on a daily basis. Here’s a complete guide to the college bowl games on TV today and the absolute best way to stream them online.

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There are several solid ways to stream 2018 college bowl games—you can find our complete guide here—but it doesn’t get any better than Hulu with Live TV. The streaming service offers every channel that’s streaming college bowl games: ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, ABC, Fox, and CBS Sports Network. You’ll also get SEC Network, Big Ten Network, and three other ESPN channels. But the best thing about Hulu with Live TV is what you can watch when it’s not bowl season: Every subscription comes with free access to Hulu’s full catalog of TV shows, movies (including 2018 new releases), anime, Hulu original seriesand documentaries—all of which you can watch for on-demand.

College bowl games today on TV: The complete list of 2018-19 games

All times ET.

Saturday, Dec. 15

Celebration Bowl
12pm, North Carolina A&T vs. Alcorn State | ABC

New Mexico Bowl
2pm, North Texas vs. Utah State | ESPN

Cure Bowl
2:30pm, Tulane vs. Louisiana | CBS Sports Network

Las Vegas Bowl
3:30pm, Fresno State vs. Arizona State | ABC

Camellia Bowl
5:30pm, Georgia Southern vs. Eastern Michigan | ESPN

New Orleans Bowl
9pm, Middle Tennessee vs. Appalachian State | ESPN

Tuesday, Dec. 18

Boca Raton Bowl
7pm, UAB vs. Northern Illinois | ESPN           

Wednesday, Dec. 19

Frisco Bowl
8pm, San Diego State vs. Ohio | ESPN         

Thursday, Dec. 20

Gasparilla Bowl
8pm, Marshall vs. South Florida | ESPN

Friday, Dec. 21

Bahamas Bowl
12:30pm, FIU vs. Toledo | ESPN

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
4pm, Western Michigan vs. BYU | ESPN           

Saturday, Dec. 22

Birmingham Bowl
12pm, Memphis vs. Wake Forest | ESPN

Armed Forces Bowl
3:30pm, Houston vs. Army | ESPN

Dollar General Bowl
7pm, Buffalo vs. Troy | ESPN

Hawaii Bowl
10:30pm, Louisiana Tech vs. Hawaii | ESPN

Wednesday, Dec. 26

First Responder Bowl
1:30pm, Boston College vs. Boise State | ESPN

Quick Lane Bowl
5:15pm, Minnesota vs. Georgia Tech | ESPN

Cheez-It Bowl
9pm, California vs. TCU | ESPN

Thursday, Dec. 27

Independence Bowl
1:30pm, Temple vs. Duke | ESPN

Pinstripe Bowl
5:15pm, Miami vs. Wisconsin | ESPN

Texas Bowl
9pm, Baylor vs. Vanderbilt | ESPN       

Friday, Dec. 28

Music City Bowl
1:30pm, Purdue vs. Auburn | ESPN

Camping World Bowl
5:15pm, West Virginia vs. Syracuse | ESPN

Alamo Bowl
9pm, Iowa State vs. Washington State | ESPN

Saturday, Dec. 29

Peach Bowl
12pm, Florida vs. Michigan | ESPN

Belk Bowl
12pm, South Carolina vs. Virginia | ABC

Arizona Bowl
1:15pm, Arkansas State vs. Nevada | CBS Sports Network

Cotton Bowl (College Football Playoff semifinal)
4pm, Clemson vs. Notre Dame | ESPN

Orange Bowl (College Football Playoff semifinal)
8pm, Alabama vs. Oklahoma | ESPN             

Monday, Dec. 31

Military Bowl
12pm, Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech | ESPN

Sun Bowl
2pm, Stanford vs. Pittsburgh | CBS

Redbox Bowl
3pm, Michigan State vs. Oregon | FOX

Liberty Bowl
3:45pm, Missouri vs. Oklahoma State | ESPN

Holiday Bowl
7pm, Northwestern vs. Utah | FS1

Gator Bowl
7:30pm, N.C. State vs. Texas A&M | ESPN

Tuesday, Jan. 1

Outback Bowl
12pm, Mississippi State vs. Iowa | ESPN2

Citrus Bowl
1pm, Kentucky vs. Penn State | ABC

Fiesta Bowl
1pm, LSU vs. UCF | ESPN

Rose Bowl
5pm, Washington vs. Ohio State | ESPN

Sugar Bowl
8:45pm, Texas vs. Georgia | ESPN               

Monday, Jan. 7

College Football Playoff National Championship
8pm, TBD vs. TBD | ESPN

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Austin Powell

Austin Powell is the managing editor of the Daily Dot. His work focuses on the intersection of entertainment and technology. He previously served as a music columnist for the Austin Chronicle and is the co-author of The Austin Chronicle Music Anthology.