Final BCS Standings Revealed and All 35 Bowl Game Matchups Analyzed
As the college football regular-season schedule comes to a close, fans can look ahead to post-season play when ESPN reveals the final BCS Standings Sunday, Dec. 4, at 8:15 p.m. ET on the Allstate BCS Selection Show. Immediately following at 9 p.m., fans will learn selections for the balance of the 35 post-season bowl games on College Football Bowl Selection Special presented by Chevrolet.
After announcing the final BCS Standings, the BCS Selection Show will reveal the teams selected to play in all five BCS Bowl games including the Allstate BCS National Championship set for Monday, Jan. 9, at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN, ESPN 3D, ESPN3 and ESPN Radio. Host Rece Davis and analysts Brad Edwards, Kirk Herbstreit, Craig James, Mark May and Robert Smith will discuss the Standings, analyze the BCS Bowl matchups and give their thoughts on the Heisman Trophy frontrunners. Also, the show will feature live interviews with coaches of the teams occupying the top two spots in the Standings thus far: LSU’s Les Miles and Alabama’s Nick Saban. Then, on the two-hour College Football Bowl Selection Special, Davis, Rod Gilmore, Herbstreit, James and May will break down each of the remaining 30 bowl game pairings as they are announced.
Capital One Bowl Week on ESPN networks kicks off Saturday, Dec. 17, with a tripleheader: Gildan New Mexico Bowl (2 p.m.), Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (5:30 p.m.) and the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl (9 p.m.). ESPN will televise 33 bowl games from December 17 through January 9 culminating with the Allstate BCS National Championship.