The NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) is the highest level of college football in the US. This ongoing 2022 NCAA Division I FBS football season is the 153rd season of college football in America. The regular season started on August 27 and will come to an end on December 10. The regular season will be followed by the Postseason which is set to begin on December 16. Aside from any all-star games that are scheduled, the Postseason will end on January 9, 2023. College Football is shown across a number of TV channels and streaming platforms. Matches are broadcasted on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ABC, FOX, FS1, FS2, NBC, CBS, CBSSN, ACC Network, SEC Network, Big Ten Network, ESPN3, ESPN+, Peacock, Stadium, and more. Find out the College Football TV Schedule for 2022.

College Football TV Schedule 2022

Fixture Time (USA) Broadcasting Channels or Streaming Platforms
Week 15
Friday, December 9

FCS playoff quarterfinal

Samford at North Dakota State

7:00 pm ET ESPN2, ESPN+

FCS playoff quarterfinal

William & Mary at Montana State

10:15 pm ET ESPN2

FCS playoff quarterfinal

Incarnate Word at Sacramento State

10:30 pm ET ESPN+
Saturday, December 10

FCS playoff quarterfinal

Holy Cross at South Dakota State

Noon ESPN, ESPN+
Army at Navy 3:00 pm ET CBS, Paramount+
Heisman Trophy Presentation 8:00 pm ET ESPN
Bowl Week 1
Friday, December 16

Bahamas Bowl

Miami (Ohio) at UAB

11:30 am ET ESPN

Cure Bowl

#25 UTSA at #24 Troy

3:00 pm ET ESPN
Saturday, December 17

Fenway Bowl

Cincinnati at Louisville

11:00 am ET ESPN

Celebration Bowl

Jackson State at North Carolina Central

Noon ABC

Las Vegas Bowl

Florida at 14 Oregon State

2:30 pm ET ESPN

LA Bowl

Washington State at Fresno State

3:30 pm ET ABC

Mobile Bowl

Rice at Southern Miss

5:45 pm ET ESPN

New Mexico Bowl

SMU at BYU

7:30 pm ET ABC

Frisco Bowl

North Texas at Boise State

9:15 pm ET ESPN
Bowl Week 2
Monday, December 19

Myrtle Beach Bowl

Marshall at UConn

2:30 pm ET ESPN
Tuesday, December 20

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl

Eastern Michigan at San Jose State

3:30 pm ET ESPN

Boca Raton Bowl

Liberty at Toledo

7:30 pm ET ESPN
Wednesday, December 21

New Orleans Bowl

WKU at South Alabama

9:00 pm ET ESPN
Thursday, December 22

Armed Forces Bowl

Baylor at Air Force

7:30 pm ET ESPN
Friday, December 23

Independence Bowl

Louisiana at Houston

3:00 pm ET ESPN

Gasparilla Bowl

Wake Forest at Missouri

6:30 pm ET ESPN
Saturday, December 24

Hawaii Bowl

Middle Tennessee at San Diego State

8:00 pm ET ESPN
Bowl Week 3
Monday, December 26

Quick Lane Bowl

New Mexico State at Bowling Green

2:30 pm ET ESPN
Tuesday, December 27

Camellia Bowl

Georgia Southern at Buffalo

Noon ESPN

First Responder Bowl

Memphis at Utah State

3:15 pm ET ESPN

Birmingham Bowl

Coastal Carolina at ECU

6:45 pm ET ESPN

Cactus Bowl

Wisconsin at Oklahoma State

10:15 pm ET ESPN
Wednesday, December 28

Military Bowl

UCF at Duke

2:00 pm ET ESPN

Liberty Bowl

Kansas at Arkansas

5:30 pm ET ESPN

Holiday Bowl

Oregon at North Carolina

8:00 pm ET FOX

Texas Bowl

Texas Tech at Mississippi

 

9:00 pm ET ESPN
Thursday, December 29

Pinstripe Bowl

Syracuse at Minnesota

2:00 pm ET ESPN
Orlando Bowl Oklahoma at #13 FSU 5:30 pm ET ESPN

Alamo Bowl

#20 Texas at #12 Washington

9:00 pm ET ESPN
Friday, December 30
Charlotte Bowl Maryland at #23 NC State Noon ESPN
Sun Bowl Pittsburgh at #18 UCLA 2:00 pm ET CBS, Paramount+

Gator Bowl #21

Notre Dame at #19 South Carolina

3:30 pm ET ESPN

Arizona Bowl

Ohio at Wyoming

4:30 pm ET Barstool Sports

Orange Bowl

#7 Clemson at #6 Tennessee

New Year’s Six

8:00 pm ET ESPN
Saturday, December 31

Music City Bowl

Iowa at Kentucky

Noon ABC

Sugar Bowl

#9 Kansas State at #5 Alabama

New Year’s Six 

Noon ESPN

Fiesta Bowl

#3 TCU at #2 Michigan

College Football Playoff Semifinal

4:00 pm ET ESPN

Peach Bowl

#4 Ohio State at #1 Georgia

College Football Playoff Semifinal

8:00 pm ET ESPN
New Year’s Day Bowls
Monday, January 2

Tampa Bay Bowl

#22 Mississippi State at Illinois

Noon ESPN2
Cotton Bowl Classic #16 Tulane at #10 USC New Year’s Six  1:00 pm ET ESPN

Citrus Bowl

#17 LSU at Purdue

1:00 pm ET ABC

Rose Bowl Game

#11 Penn State at #8 Utah

New Year’s Six 

5:00 pm ET ESPN
National Championship
Monday, January 9

College Football Playoff National Championship

#2 Michigan at #1 Georgia

#3 TCU at #1 Georgia

#4 Ohio State at #2 Michigan or

#4 Ohio State at #3 TCU

 

7:30 pm ET ESPN

College Football Live Streaming:

ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ABC, FOX, FS1, FS2, NBC, CBS, CBSSN, etc. televises College Football games throughout the US. ACC Network, SEC Network, Big Ten Network, etc also shows many games in different regions. Moreover, various online streaming platforms like ESPN3, ESPN+, Peacock, Stadium, etc also bring in a healthy number of fixtures live. Viewers in America can enjoy games live through online streaming via the likes of Watch ESPN, Watch ABC, Fox Sports App, foxsports.com, CBS App, nbcsports.com, NBC Sports App, etc.

ESPN+, Peacock Premium, etc are paid streaming platform and most often shows exclusive contents. On the other hand, cord-cutters can also get access to different regional and national TV channels through a number of cord-cutting services like fuboTV, YouTube TV, Hulu+ Live TV, Sling TV, DTV Stream, Vidgo, etc.