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College Football: All 2023/24 bowl game results

The 2023/24 college football bowl season concluded on Monday, January 8, as Michigan defeated Washington in the national championship.

Below is a complete list of 2023/24 bowl season scores and results. 

2023/24 Bowl game results

Bowl LocationFinal score
Myrtle Beach BowlConway, SCOhio 41, Georgia Southern 21
Celebration BowlAtlanta, GAFlorida A&M 30, Howard 26
New Orleans BowlNew Orleans, LAJacksonville State 34, Louisiana 31
Cure BowlOrlando, FLAppalachian State 13, Miami (OH) 9
New Mexico BowlAlbuquerque, NMFresno State 37, New Mexico State 10
LA BowlLos Angeles, CAUCLA 35, Boise State 22
Independence BowlShreveport, LATexas Tech 34, Cal 14
Famous Toastery BowlCharlotte, NCW. Kentucky 38, Old Dominion 35 (OT)
Frisco BowlFrisco, TXUTSA 35, Marshall 17
Boca Raton BowlBoca Raton, FLSouth Florida 45, Syracuse 0
Gasparilla BowlTampa, FLGa. Tech 30, UCF 17
Birmingham BowlBirmingham, ALDuke 17, Troy 10
Camellia BowlMontgomery, ALNo. Illinois 21, Arkansas St. 19
Armed Forces BowlFort Worth, TXAir Force 31, James Madison 21
Famous Idaho Potato BowlBoise, IdahoGa. State 45, Utah St. 22
68 Ventures BowlMobile, ALSo. Alabama 59, E. Michigan 10
Las Vegas BowlLas Vegas, NVNorthwestern 14, Utah 7
Hawaii BowlHonolulu, HICoastal Carolina 24, San Jose St. 14
Quick Lane BowlDetroit, MIMinnesota 30, Bowling Green 24
First Responder BowlDallas, TXTexas State 45, Rice 21
Guaranteed Rate BowlPhoenix, AZKansas 49, UNLV 36
Military BowlAnnapolis, MDVa. Tech 41, Tulane 20
Duke’s Mayo BowlCharlotte, NCW. Virginia 30, N. Carolina 10
Holiday BowlSan Diego, CAUSC 42, Louisville 28
Texas BowlHouston, TXOklahoma St. 31, Texas A&M 23
Fenway BowlBoston, MABoston College 23, SMU 14
Pinstripe BowlBronx, NYRutgers 31, Miami 24
Pop-Tarts BowlOrlando, FLKansas St. 28, NC State 19
Alamo BowlSan Antonio, TXArizona 38, Oklahoma 24
Gator BowlJacksonville, FLClemson 38, Kentucky 35
Sun BowlEl Paso, TXNotre Dame 40, Oregon St. 8
Liberty BowlMemphis, TNMemphis 36, Iowa St. 26
Music City BowlNashville, TNMaryland 31, Auburn 13
Arizona BowlTucson, AZWyoming 16, Toledo 15
ReliaQuest BowlTampa, FLLSU 35, Wisconsin 31
Citrus BowlOrlando, FLTennessee 35, Iowa 0
Orange BowlMiami Gardens, FL Georgia 63, Florida St. 3 
Cotton BowlArlington, TX Missouri 14, Ohio St. 3 
Peach BowlAtlanta, GA Ole Miss 38, Penn St. 25 
Fiesta BowlGlendale, AZOregon 45, Liberty 6
Rose BowlPasadena, CAMichigan 27, Alabama 20
Sugar BowlNew Orleans, LAWashington 37, Texas 31
CFP National ChampionshipHouston, TXMichigan 34, Washington 13

Read more: College Football Playoff dates, schedule, format, expansion, history and more

Cotton Bowl: Ohio State vs. Missouri

The first of the New Year’s Six bowl games is the Cotton Bowl, taking place in Dallas between Ohio State and Missouri.

Buckeyes starting quarterback Kyle McCord is already in the transfer portal and Missouri should be extremely motivated to knock off an Ohio State team that might not have the same level of motivation after missing out on the playoff.

Peach Bowl: Penn State vs. Ole Miss

In what should be one of the better games of the New Year’s Six weekend, Penn State will take on Ole Miss in Atlanta in the Peach Bowl.

Both teams should be well rested and both coaches have indicated that the starters will play. The Nittany Lions are a short favorite and we should be in for an entertaining contest.

Orange Bowl: Florida State vs. Georgia

This one could also be called the “disappointments bowl” as both Georgia and Florida State are not exactly happy to be here. The Seminoles were left out of the College Football Playoff in favor of Alabama, while Georgia lost to that same Alabama team in the SEC Championship to fall out of the top 4. Motivation could be a huge factor here, but it’s hard to see FSU staying competitive without Jordan Travis under center.

Fiesta Bowl: Oregon vs. Liberty

Liberty went 12-0 under head coach Jamey Chadwell in his first season with that program. That’s really impressive, even in a pretty weak Conference USA. However, things will get a lot tougher in the Fiesta Bowl against an Oregon team that has been an absolute freight train against teams not named Washington all season long. Expect points in this one.

Rose Bowl: Michigan vs. Alabama

Michigan and Jim Harbaugh have battled through self-created adversity all season long, but the Wolverines have looked undeniably impressive when they've needed to. Their reward? A date with Alabama in the College Football Playoff semifinals at the Rose Bowl. This one should be fun.

Read more: Michigan vs. Alabama preview

Sugar Bowl: Washington vs. Texas

Washington and Texas both entered this season with lots to prove and while both teams have taken different paths to get here, it’s pretty undeniable at this point that they both belong in the College Football Playoff.

Ironically, this CFP semifinal is a rematch of the Alamo Bowl last season, in which Washington defeated Texas to cap off a 10-2 campaign. The Longhorns are looking to make their first ever National Championship game in the CFP era.

Read about the final College Football Playoff rankings here.

Odds displayed within this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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