The 2022 postseason kicks off with a series of matches to mark an exciting year in the sport. The action will begin on his Friday, Dec. 16 and continue through the College Football Playoffs National Championship on Monday, Jan. 9, which will determine the winner of the 2022 season’s National Title.
Bowl season action actually increased with a six-game slate on Saturday after the postseason began on Friday with a two-game schedule. Saturday’s action had everything from Oregon State dominating his SEC opponents to secure his 10-win season for the third time in program history, to a record-breaking performance by the son of an NFL legend. did. game. There was also the Celebration Bowl, where Jackson State’s bid for a perfect season was ruined by Deion Sanders’ final game before he took over the Colorado program.
Bowls is off on Sunday and the NFL takes center stage, but the postseason resumes on Monday with Marshall taking on UConn in the Potato Bowl.
CBS Sports will post the latest scores, analysis highlights and highlights from the entire bowl season daily. Check out the schedule below and keep scrolling for updates as each game concludes. always eastern
Bowl game: college football scores, schedule
Saturday, December 17th
fenway bowl: Louisville 24, Cincinnati 7 — Recap
celebration bowl: Central NC 41, Jackson 34 (OT)
las vegas bowl: No. 14 Oregon 30, Florida 3 — Summary
LA Bowl: Fresno 29, Washington 6 — Summary
Lending Tree Bowl: Southern Miss 38, Rice 24 — Recap
new mexico bowl: BYU 24, SMU 23 — Summary
frisco bowl: Boise 35, North Texas 32 — Summary