College Football Bowl Schedule Highlighted by Florida State’s Battle with Auburn for National Championship

PrintableBrackets.net takes a look at the college football bowl schedule and offers fans complete printable version.

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Florida State has been among the elite programs all year, while Auburn used some miracle finishes and a late surge to secure a spot in the title tilt.

(PRWEB) December 10, 2013

Following a thrilling championship Saturday on the gridiron across the country, the complete 2013-14 college football bowl schedule has been released. The schedule culminates with undefeated Florida State squaring off with Auburn in the last-ever BCS National Championship Game.

Now, the online leader in printable brackets, schedules and sheets is offering fans the full and printable 2013-14 college football bowl schedule at no charge.

“The Florida State-Auburn clash for the national title is the bout that the majority of fans want to see,” said PrintableBrackets.net spokesperson Zaniel Worth. “Florida State has been among the elite programs all year, while Auburn used some miracle finishes and a late surge to secure a spot in the title tilt.”

Top-ranked Florida State put the finishing touches on a 13-0 season with a 45-7 drubbing of Duke in the ACC Championship Game. Auburn continued its dream season with a 59-42 win over Missouri in the SEC title game.

PrintableBrackets.net has the full 2013-14 college football bowl schedule, which has a total of 35 games. The schedule opens up with Colorado State clashing with Washington State in the New Mexico Bowl. On Saturday, December 28th, Notre Dame will meet Rutgers in the Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium.

On New Year’s Day, Michigan State will face Stanford in the 100th Rose Bowl. Also on New Year’s Day, Baylor will battle UCF in the Fiesta Bowl. On January 2nd, Alabama will collide with Oklahoma in the Sugar Bowl, while Clemson will hook up with Ohio State in the Orange Bowl on January 3rd.

The 2013-14 college football bowl schedule wraps up with the national title game on Monday, January 6th.

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