College Football Bowl games are upon us and Dallas has four to be excited for

Close out the football season on a high note.

Ashley Turner
Posted on Dec 11, 2018

Cotton Bowl Classic | Saturday, Dec. 29
AT&T Stadium

Be a part of one of the biggest matchups in college sports – the College Football Playoff Semifinal with No. 3 Notre Dame vs. No. 2 Clemson. It's the first time the teams will play each other in a bowl game and there's a lot on the line. The teams will battle it out for a chance to play in the National Championship game in January. Check out all the fan events happening before the game, like Battle of the Bands on Friday and a Backyard Bash, a free outdoor concert featuring Chris Lane, on Saturday. There will also be a fan fest on AT&T Plaza. Kickoff is at 3 p.m.

First Responders Bowl | Wednesday, Dec. 26
Cotton Bowl Stadium

Formerly the Heart of Dallas Bowl, the newly named bowl game will honor the service and sacrifice of America's first responders. The game will feature Boston College vs. Boise State in what's sure to be an exciting game. Head to the Fair Park grounds early to get game-day ready at the Red & Blue Fan Zone, featuring the teams marching bands, first responder vehicles, games for the kids and more. The Fan Zone will open at 9:30 a.m. and kickoff is at 12:30 p.m.

Frisco Bowl | Wednesday, Dec. 19
Toyota Stadium

The Frisco Bowl played at Toyota Stadium will feature San Diego State vs. Ohio – the first ever meeting between the two schools. Make a stop in Frisco Square for dinner, located directly across the street from the stadium, then make your way to the stands for kickoff at 7 p.m.

Armed Forces Bowl | Saturday, Dec. 22
Amon G. Carter Stadium – Fort Worth

The University of Houston vs. Army will on play on the beautiful campus of Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. The Tailgate Outpost will have free, pre-game fun like live music, pep rallies, food trucks and more! There will also be an all-veteran parachute team and flyover right before kickoff. The game kicks off at 2:30 p.m.


Header photo: Historic Cotton Bowl Stadium, home of the First Responders Bowl