A total of 33 bowl games, including the College Football Playoffs, are scheduled to take place starting December 21 with the Myrtle Beach Bowl and ending Jan 11 with the College Football Playoff National Championship in Miami

The games are not set in stone, however.As recently as last week, a bowl game (Frisco Bowl) was canceled due to COVID-19 issues with a team.A total of 12 bowl games have so far been canceled due to pandemics or other financial, venue- or sponsorship problems canceled Some were canceled in August

Teams are also making decisions about whether to play a bowl game amid the pandemic.Eighteen teams have voted against a bowl, including two with serious coronavirus issues (Washington and SMU) Other teams are expected to cancel their registration in the coming days

All teams, despite their records, are eligible to play a bowl game this season However, the Pac-12 has an internal qualification that requires all teams to have a record at or above 500 for a seat in a bowl game. Part of the reason? Five bowl games with ties to the Pac-12 have been canceled, leaving only three available Two teams (Colorado and Oregon) are qualified from the Pac-12, Seven Pac-12 programs have opted out of the postseason, and six ACC teams have logged out

Three teams with record losses have already accepted bowl bids (Houston, North Texas and West Kentucky) More teams are likely to be on the way as more teams choose to end the postseason

Let’s take a look at the bowl schedule, the teams that have withdrawn from the bowl season, and the bowl games that have been canceled so far, this list is updated daily

Arizona StateBoise StateBoston CollegeFlorida StateGeorgia TechKansas StateLouisvilleMaryland Michigan StatePenn StatePittSan Diego StateSMU (COVID-19 issues) StanfordUCLAUSCUtahVirginia Virginia TechWashington (COVID-19 issues) Washington State

Myrtle Beach BowlAppalachian State vs. North Texas 2:30 p.m. ET, ESPNBrooks Stadium in Conway, South Carolina

Rose BowlNo 1 Alabama vs. No 4 Notre Dame (College Football Playoff) 5 Sm ET, ESPNAT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas

Sugar BowlNo 2 Clemson vs. No 3 Ohio State (College Football Playoffs) 8:45 pm ET, ESPN Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans

Fiesta BowlNo 25 Oregon vs. No 10 Iowa State 4 pm ET, ESPN State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

Orange BowlNo 13 North Carolina vs. NO5 Texas A&M 8 pm ET, ESPNHard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida

College Football Playoff National ChampionshipRose Bowl Winner vs. Sugar Bowl Winner 8 pm ET, ESPN Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida

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