NCAA Bowl Schedule
Year four of the College Football Playoff experiment promises to be a terrific end to this year’s bowl game excitement. With 37 other games on the bowl schedule there is something for everyone. While the typical bowl games are poorly attended, they are not poorly watched. The proof is in the fact that every single game on this year’s schedule is televised by a nationally distributed network.
Of course, the real energy happens with the national semifinals that are being played on January 1st. These classic bowl brands, Sugar and Rose, will set the stage for the 5th National Champion crowned via playoff.
Download your NCAA Bowl Schedule
Having the run from December 16th until the final game on January 8th is a great marketing opportunity. Whether you do a frequency program, like a punch for every game someone attends, or just run specials exclusive to bowl game broadcast times, make the end of the NCAA season more fun and give guests extra incentive to finish their own football season at your location.
The included files today were created so you can publish them if you want or print and share them with your guests. There are two types of schedules we are posting here today. One is a utility organized chronologically and with team rankings. The other has a more graphical layout that is perfect for sharing with guests. You can email it to your team or post it on your bulletin board so that everyone on staff is informed and ready for the action. So, have a great finish to 2017 and ring in 2018 with some great football across three weeks.