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Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith scores a touchdown past Ohio State safety Josh Proctor during the first half of an NCAA College Football Playoff national championship game, Monday, Jan. 11, 2021, in Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP Photo/Chris O’Meara)

(BOCA RATON, FLA) — The 2022-23 college football bowl season starts Friday night with the Bahamas Bowl and the Cure Bowl. The fun continues through to the cherry on top, College Football Playoff. Check out the full bowl schedule here.
Unfortunately, many players are taking advantage of the NCAA’s new transfer rules to depart from teams that are preparing for the bowls that are supposed to be their postseason reward.


Last season, Georgia beat Alabama to win the national championship and the Bulldogs will try to repeat this year. Alabama is not in the playoff. Miami of Ohio and UAB get things started in the Bahamas Bowl. The Duluth Trading Cure Bowl in Orlando this year features 24th-ranked Troy taking on 25th-ranked UTSA. The action picks up on Saturday with six games on the slate. Cincinnati clashes with Louisville in the Fenway Bowl in Boston, Florida faces 14th-ranked Oregon State in the Las Vegas Bowl, while North Texas battles Boise State in the Frisco Bowl. The College Football Playoff semifinals are just over two weeks away. Top-ranked Georgia squares off with Ohio State in the Peach Bowl, while Michigan meets TCU in the Fiesta Bowl. Both games are set for New Year’s Eve. The CFP National Championship Game is set for January 9th in Inglewood, California.