2013-14 NCAA Bowl Games on Canadian TV

College football’s bowl season begins this Saturday with four games. This is the final year of the BCS, with the College Football Playoff beginning next season. The breakdown of games is 2 on ABC, 1 on CBS, 1 on FOX, 1 on TSN, 12 on TSN2 and 12 on Sportsnet 360. There are six games which will only be available on Bell’s NCAA package and the Super Sports Pak.

Saturday December 21
2pm, New Mexico Bowl: Colorado State (7-6) vs. Washington State (7-5)
TSN2 (Mark Jones & Brock Huard)

3:30pm, Las Vegas Bowl: 20 Fresno State (11-1) vs. 25 Southern California (9-4)
ABC (Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer & David Pollack)

5:30pm, Idaho Bowl: Buffalo (8-4) vs. San Diego State (7-5)
TSN2 (Clay Matvick & Matt Stinchcomb)

9pm, New Orleans Bowl: LA-Lafayette (8-4) vs. Tulane (7-5)
TSN2 (Mike Patrick & Ed Cunningham)

Monday December 23
2pm, St. Petersburg Bowl: East Carolina (9-3) vs. Ohio (7-5)
TSN2 (Beth Mowins & Joey Galloway)

Tuesday December 24
8pm, Hawaii Bowl: Boise State (8-4) vs. Oregon State (6-6)
TSN2 (Steve Levy, Lou Holtz & Mark May)

Thursday December 26
6pm, Little Caesar’s Bowl: Bowling Green (10-3) vs. Pittsburgh (6-6)
SN360 (Dave Lamont & Ray Bentley)

9:30pm, Poinsettia Bowl: 23 Northern Illinois (12-1) vs. Utah State (8-5)
SN360 (Joe Davis & Mike Bellotti)

Friday December 27
2:30pm, Military Bowl: Marshall (9-4) vs. Maryland (7-5)
TSN2 (Mike Patrick & Ed Cunningham)

Saturday December 28
12pm, Pinstripe Bowl: Notre Dame (8-4) vs. Rutgers (6-6)
SN360 (Chris Fowler & Jesse Palmer)

3:20pm, Belk Bowl: Cincinnati (9-3) vs. North Carolina (6-6)
SN360 (Carter Blackburn & Danny Kanell)

10:15pm, Wild Wings Bowl: Michigan (7-5) vs. Kansas State (7-5)
SN360 (Sean McDonough & Chris Spielman)

Monday December 30
11:45am, Armed Forces Bowl: Middle Tennessee (8-4) vs. Navy (8-4)
SN360 (Beth Mowins & Joey Galloway)

3:15pm, Music City Bowl: Georgia Tech (7-5) vs. Ole Miss (7-5)
SN360 (Mark Jones & Brock Huard)

Tuesday December 31
12:30pm, Independence Bowl: Arizona (7-5) vs. Boston College (7-5)
SN360 (Tom Hart & John Congemi)

2pm, Sun Bowl: 17 UCLA (9-3) vs. Virginia Tech (8-4)
CBS (Verne Lundquist & Gary Danielson)

4pm, Liberty Bowl: Mississippi State (6-6) vs. Rice (10-3)
SN360 (Bob Wischusen & Rod Gilmore)

8pm, Peach Bowl: 24 Duke vs. 21 Texas A&M
SN360 (Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer & David Pollack)

Wednesday January 1
12pm, Gator Bowl: 22 Georgia vs. Nebraska
SN360 (Mike Patrick & Ed Cunningham)

1pm, Citrus Bowl: 9 South Carolina vs. 19 Wisconsin
ABC (Dave Pasch & Brian Griese)

1pm, Outback Bowl: Iowa vs. 16 Louisiana State
TSN2 (Mike Tirico & Jon Gruden)

5pm, Rose Bowl: 4 Michigan State vs. 5 Stanford
TSN2 (Brent Musburger & Kirk Herbstreit)

8:30pm, Fiesta Bowl: 6 Baylor vs. 15 Central Florida
TSN2 (Sean McDonough & Chris Spielman)

Thursday January 2
8:30pm, Sugar Bowl: 3 Alabama vs. 11 Oklahoma
TSN2 (Brad Nessler & Todd Blackledge)

Friday January 3
7:30pm, Cotton Bowl: 8 Missouri vs. 13 Oklahoma State
FOX/SN1 (Gus Johnson & Charles Davis)

8:30pm, Orange Bowl: 7 Oho State vs. 12 Clemson
TSN2 (Joe Tessitore & Matt Millen)

Saturday January 4
1pm, Birmingham Bowl: Houston (8-4) vs. Vanderbilt (8-4)
TSN2 (Dave Neal & Andre Ware)

Sunday January 5
9pm, GoDaddy Bowl: Arkansas State (7-5) vs. Ball State (10-2)
SN360 (Carter Blackburn & Danny Kanell)

Monday January 6
8:30pm, BCS Championship: 1 Florida State (13-0) vs. 2 Auburn (12-1)
TSN (Brent Musburger & Kirk Herbstreit)

12 thoughts on “2013-14 NCAA Bowl Games on Canadian TV

  1. How many of those TSN2 broadcasts will also be on ABC? Or are they all ESPN this year?

  2. I really like how you refer to the bowls as their proper historical names when possible and not the bastardized corporate names. Idaho should be called Humanitarian Bowl as it was long known.

    It’s dissapointing the Tangerine (Russell Athletic), Holiday and Alamo Bowls aren’t being shown as those all have excellent match-ups featuring some marquee programs.

    • I just leave Idaho since at least it has the state in the name, and it isn’t quite a classic like the Citrus or Peach. Any named for a city I try to leave so people know which game it actually is. It can be quite confusing the ones that change sponsors every couple years.

      Good news is the Peach Bowl might have to go back to its original name last year to fall in line with the other BCS Bowls. So it’d be Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl, FedEx Orange Bowl, AT&T Cotton Bowl, Allstate Sugar Bowl etc.

  3. I’m not impressed with some of the omissions. Pac-12 fans have gotten the shaft all year with the Canadian programming. We miss out on the Alamo, Holiday, and Kraft Bowls. Very disappointed but not surprised.

  4. Oh well. I watch NCAA football all season on my pc so I guess I’ll have to watch those 6 bowl games on my pc too.

  5. I think Canadian coverage of the Bowl Games SUCK BIG TIME 3 bowl games on today and only televising 1, need new producers, programmers or new Canadian broadcasting system. UNBELIEVABLE.

    • I don’t think producers have anything to do with it. The other two things you mentioned would be great. However, I don’t think that we will get a new Canadian broadcasting system unless a LOT of people complain to their local MP. It is ridiculous that 360 would air the NHL Alumni Tournament 3 & UFC 168 Weigh Ins then it’s the same exact stuff on One replayed an hour later. It makes ZERO sense. Then again, this is the same network that has the rights to show College Football games from Fox Sports One and then either shows games from over the air Fox (which most Canadians ALREADY get) or preempts them and decides to show something else (such as a Blue Jays game on both One & 360). If you frequented this website back in September or early October, you would know exactly what I am talking about.

  6. No Alamo Bowl on Telus, good job guys.

  7. Where can watch the Alamo Bowl online for free?

  8. Most of the main Bowl games (Orange, Rose, etc) on New Years are on TSN2 instead of the main TSN. Does TSN realize that not everyone has TSN2 from their cable or digital provider??

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