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College football postseason is served! With more than 40 different bowls, starting with light appetizers to heavy meals, seasoned with all kinds of spices and flavors, the menu offers something for all sorts of tastes.

Check out the full schedule of the 2015 College Football Bowl Games and select your favorite dishes. Just be careful of not getting sick from exceeding the amount of bowls you can digest.

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Before going over the complete bowl game schedule, we would like to mention the Booking Per Head Chef’s Recommendation:

With so many delicious options served, beginning on December 19th. It’s kind of hard not getting that uncomfortable fullness feeling. Therefore, we have selected our favorites, looking to avoid indigestion with a well-balanced, College Football meal.

On the first day, there might be not so many attractive games. Nonetheless, since it is the first day of the sporting feast, we need to get in shape with an appetizer. We selected from the first day of competition, the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl.

This promise to be a good game, perhaps because it is the first time that these two raging rivals face each other in the postseason and on a neutral field. Or maybe because BYU and UTAH just don’t get along.

For the next treat, we would have to wait too long to enjoy the corresponding bowl, and because being on a diet wasn’t the real goal; we put on the table another light dish for December 26th. The Hyundai Sun Bowl, Miami vs Washington State.

There is something about this game that simply calls my attention. Maybe it was the way that both teams struggled to survive the season, but I am taking my time to enjoy this game.

Of course, you need to make enough room for the College Football Playoff Semifinals. Four teams and two games will define the special ingredients of the main dish. –The College Football Playoff National Championship.

Everything tastes better with a little citrus flavor. Therefore, on December 31st, in the Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The No. 4 Oklahoma will face No.1 Clemson. On the Capital One Orange Bowl. The game is scheduled for 4 pm. Just a great way to close the year with excitement.

Four hours later, on the second Semifinal No. 3 Michigan State will face No.2 Alabama at the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic.  Both teams promise thrilling plays as they have displayed over the season.

These are some of the games I know I wouldn’t miss and will keep my college football hunger satisfied. However, I know I am a pig, and I always eat more than what should. So, here is the complete bowl schedule.

All the Bowls

Dec. 19

  • Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl / Alcorn State vs. North Carolina A&T
  • Gildan New Mexico Bowl / Arizona vs. New Mexico
  • Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl / BYU vs. Utah
  • Raycom Media Camellia Bowl / Ohio vs. Appalachian State
  • Cure Bowl / San Jose State vs. Georgia State
  •  R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl / Arkansas State vs. Louisiana Tech

Dec. 21

  • Miami Beach Bowl / Western Kentucky vs. South Florida

titansDec. 22

  • Famous Idaho Potato Bowl / Akron vs. Utah State
  • Marmot Boca Raton Bowl / Toledo vs. Temple

Dec. 23

  • San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl / Boise State vs. Northern Illinois
  •  GoDaddy Bowl / Georgia Southern vs. Bowling Green

Dec. 24

  • Popeyes Bahamas Bowl / Middle Tennessee vs. Western Michigan
  • Hawai’i Bowl / San Diego State vs. Cincinnati

Dec. 26

  • St. Petersburg Bowl / Connecticut vs. Marshall
  • Hyundai Sun Bowl / Miami vs. Washington State
  •  Zaxby’s Heart of Dallas Bowl / Washington vs. Southern Miss
  •  New Era Pinstripe Bowl / Indiana vs. Duke
  •  Camping World Independence Bowl / Tulsa vs. Virginia Tech
  •  Foster Farms Bowl / UCLA vs. Nebraska

Dec. 28

  • Military Bowl presented By Northrop Grumman / Pittsburgh vs. Navy
  • Quick Lane Bowl / Central Michigan vs. Minnesota

Dec. 29

  • Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl / California vs. Air Force
  •  Russell Athletic Bowl / North Carolina vs. Baylor
  •  NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl / Nevada vs. Colorado State
  •  AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl / LSU vs. Texas Tech

Dec. 30

  •  Birmingham Bowl / Auburn vs. Memphis
  • Belk Bowl / NC State vs. Mississippi State
  •  Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl / Texas A&M vs. Louisville
  • Holiday Bowl / USC vs. Wisconsin

Dec. 31

  • Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl / Houston vs. Florida State
  • College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Capital One Orange Bowl / No. 4 Oklahoma vs. No. 1 Clemson
  •  College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic / No. 3 Michigan State vs. No. 2 Alabama

Jan. 1

  • Outback Bowl / Northwestern vs. Tennessee
  • Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl / Michigan vs. Florida
  • BattleFrog Fiesta Bowl / Notre Dame vs. Ohio State
  • Rose Bowl Game / Stanford vs. Iowa
  • Allstate Sugar Bowl / Oklahoma State vs. Ole Miss

Jan. 2

  • TaxSlayer Bowl / Penn State vs. Georgia
  • AutoZone Liberty Bowl / Kansas State vs. Arkansas
  • Valero Alamo Bowl / Oregon vs. TCU
  • Motel 6 Cactus Bowl / West Virginia vs. Arizona State

Jan. 11

  • College Football Playoff National Championship  / Glendale, Arizona | University of Phoenix Stadium
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