Let’s take a look at the 2010-11 bowl season — a rundown of all 35 postseason games.
Jan. 1 Rose: Wisconsin vs. TCU
Jan. 1 Fiesta: Oklahoma vs. Connecticut
Jan. 3 Orange: Virginia Tech vs. Stanford
Jan. 4 Sugar: Arkansas vs. Ohio State
ICONDarron Thomas and Oregon will play for the national championship.
Jan. 10 BCS Championship: Auburn vs. Oregon
Dec. 18 New Mexico: BYU vs. UTEP
Dec. 18 Humanitarian: Fresno State vs. Northern Illinois
Dec. 18 New Orleans: Troy vs. Ohio
Dec. 21 Beef ‘O’ Brady’s: Southern Miss vs. Louisville
Dec. 22 Maaco: Utah vs. Boise State
Dec. 23 Poinsettia: San Diego State vs. Navy
Dec. 24 Hawaii: Hawaii vs. Tulsa
Dec. 26 Little Caesars: Toledo vs. Florida International
Dec. 27 Independence: Air Force vs. Georgia Tech
Dec. 28 Champs Sports: West Virginia vs. NC State
Dec. 28 Insight: Missouri vs. Iowa
Dec. 29 Military: East Carolina vs. Maryland
Dec. 29 Texas: Illinois vs. Baylor
Dec. 29 Alamo: Arizona vs. Oklahoma State
Dec. 30 Armed Forces: SMU vs. Army
Dec. 30 Pinstripe: Syracuse vs. Kansas State
Dec. 30 Music City: North Carolina vs. Tennessee
Dec. 30 Holiday: Washington vs. Nebraska
Dec. 31 Meineke Car Care: South Florida vs. Clemson
Dec. 31 Sun: Miami vs. Notre Dame
Dec. 31 Liberty: Georgia vs. UCF
Dec. 31 Chick-fil-A: Florida State vs. South Carolina
Jan. 1 TicketCity: Northwestern vs. Texas Tech
ICONGreg McElroy and Alabama will play Michigan State in the Capital One Bowl.
Jan. 1 Capital One: Alabama vs. Michigan State
Jan. 1 Outback: Penn State vs. Florida
Jan. 1 Gator: Michigan vs. Mississippi State
Jan. 6 GoDaddy.com: Miami (OH) vs. Middle Tennessee State
Jan. 7 Cotton: Texas A&M vs. LSU
Jan. 8 BBVA Compass: Pittsburgh vs. Kentucky
Jan. 9 Kraft Fight Hunger: Boston College vs. Nevada
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