Starting with the Celebration Bowl and wrapping up with the College Football Playoff National Championship in Tampa, Fla., SiriusXM Sports will broadcast postseason games on SiriusXM College Sports Nation and more. Listeners will also be able to find comprehensive coverage of the postseason from SiriusXM College Sports Nation (@SiriusXMCollege on Twitter).
See below for channel listings for each bowl game (all ET):
- Celebration Bowl (Atlanta, Georgia) – Grambling State Tigers vs. North Carolina Central Eagles
Dec. 17, noon, Sirius channel 83, XM channel 202, Internet 962
- Cure Bowl (Orlando, Florida) – Arkansas State Red Wolves vs. Central Florida Knights
Dec. 17, 5:30 pm, SiriusXM channel 81, XM channel 81, Internet 81
- New Mexico Bowl (Albuquerque, New Mexico) – Texas, San Antonio Roadrunners vs. New Mexico Lobos
Dec. 17, 2 pm, SiriusXM channel 80, XM channel 80, Internet 80
- Camellia Bowl, Montgomery, Ala. – Toledo Rockets vs. Appalachian State Mountaineers
Dec. 17, 5:30 pm, SiriusXM channel 80
- On New Year’s Eve, subscribers can tune in for both College Football Playoff Semifinal games – the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl featuring #1 Alabama vs. #4 Washington (3:00 pm ET), followed by #2 Clemson vs. #3 Ohio State in the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl.
- Nine days later listeners will get live play-by-play as the winners of those two games face off for the College Football Playoff National Championship at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL (Jan. 9 at 8:00 pm ET).
All three CFP games air on ESPN Radio, SiriusXM channel 80.
In addition to the College Football Playoff games, listeners will also get access to the six other bowl games that feature match-ups between Top 25-ranked teams. These include:
- #10 Colorado vs. #12 Oklahoma St. in the Valero Alamo Bowl (Dec. 29)
- #11 Florida State vs. #6 Michigan in the Capital One Orange Bowl (Dec. 30)
- #13 Louisville vs. #20 LSU in the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl (Dec. 31)
- #8 Wisconsin vs. #15 Western Michigan in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic (Jan. 2)
- #5 Penn State vs. #9 USC in the Rose Bowl Game Presented by Northwestern Mutual (Jan. 2) and #7 Oklahoma vs. #14 Auburn in the Allstate Sugar Bowl (Jan. 2)