Printable 2010-11 college football bowl schedule

By Kevin Kelley -

We have posted the 2010-11 printable College Football Bowl Schedule. The schedule features the complete list of bowl games with teams, date, time and TV.

Print it off and stick it to your cubicle wall or carry it around in your pocket. The schedule is in PDF format, so it can also be viewed on many smartphones (iPhone, Android, etc.) and the iPad.

The bowl season kicks off on December 18 with three games: New Mexico Bowl (BYU vs. UTEP), uDrove Humanitarian Bowl (Fresno State vs. Northern Illinois) and R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl (Ohio vs. Troy).

On January 10, 2011, the Auburn Tigers of the SEC and the Oregon Ducks of the Pac-10 will face off in the Tostitos BCS National Championship Game.

The four BCS bowls also features some interesting matchups. TCU will face Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl Game, Connecticut takes on Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Stanford faces Virginia Tech in the Discover Orange Bowl and Arkansas meets Ohio State in the Allstate Sugar Bowl.

The schedule is available in PDF format at the link below. You can also view our regular bowl schedule..

Comments (12)

Your printable schedule is almost perfect. Please eliminate the black portion at the top which results in a waste of toner.
Thanks for the schedule!

Without question, the single-most succinct, straightforward and comprehensive printable version of the Bowl schedule I have seen. Well done, gentlemen.

Thanks for providing the schedule. But would even be more helpful if it was updated each day to show the scores of the games already played.

Thanks again,


This is the best list. My buddy that owns a bar kept calling me asking what bowl games were on and what time, and station. I printed this off and taped it up next to the tv. I charged him a beer!

Great list.Printed out ESPN list and ended up with five pages of useless information, gave a copy to my golfing buddy so that we get our golfing/game schedule sorted.

Thanks for taking the time to do this! You would think ESPN’s web team would figure out sports fans want the whole schedule on a single page. Duh.