Here’s How To Watch All Five Michigan College Football Teams Bowl Games
Five Michigan college football teams will be playing postseason football in various bowl games.
Michigan, State, Central, Eastern, and Western are all bowl-bound this year. It's kind of crazy to say that now considering nobody knew what to expect from Michigan teams this year.
Both Michigan and Michigan State were coming off miserable years, with not a ton of reason to think this year would be different. Both of them finished in the Top 10 at the end of the season, and Michigan is playing in the College Football Playoffs.
Find out when and where your favorite Michigan colleges will be playing their bowl games below. You can see the entire college football bowl schedule here.
Eastern Michigan is playing in the Lending Tree Bowl on December 18th.
Eastern Michigan finished the season 7-5 which earned them a birth in the Lending Tree Bowl. EMU will take on Liberty in Mobile, Alabama on December 18th. Liberty is also 7-5, but Eastern is coming in as a slight favorite to win the game.
You can watch Eastern Michigan play in the Lending Tree Bowl on ESPN starting at 5:45 pm.
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Western Michigan is playing in the Quick Lane Bowl on December 27th.
Western Michigan finished the season with a 7-5 record which earned them a birth in the Quick Lane Bowl at Ford Field on December 27th.
This is essentially a home game for the Broncos, and it will feel like one too because WMU fans will pack Ford Field. Western will need every advantage they can get as they take on a very good Nevada team.
You can watch Western in the Quick Lane Bowl on ESPN, kickoff is scheduled for 11 am. If you want to make the drive to Ford Field, you can buy tickets for the Quick Lane Bowl here.
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Central Michigan is playing in the Sun Bowl on December 31st.
Central Michigan earned a spot in the Barstool Sports Arizona Bowl this year with an 8-4 record. They will take on Boise State in the game, but you won't be able to watch the matchup like you normally would on TV.
The game is going to stream exclusively on Barstoolsports.com on December 31st. The kickoff is at 4:30 pm, and the Chips are slight underdogs going into the game.
Central Michigan is now playing in The Sun Bowl after their Arizona Bowl opponent was forced to cancel due to Covid restrictions. The game is on CBS, kickoff is at Noon on New Year's Eve.
Michigan State is playing in the Chic-Fil-A Peach Bowl on December 30th.
Michigan State outperformed all expectations this year finishing 10-2 and ranked 10th in the country.
The Spartans showed everyone what they are all about after bouncing back from a crushing loss against Ohio State to beat Penn State in the final regular-season game. Things won't be easy for Sparty though, as they take on 12th ranked Pitt. This is being set up as a statement game for Michigan State as they work to solidify their spot among the best in college football.
You can watch Michigan State play in the Peach Bowl on ESPN, December 30th at 7 pm.
Michigan is playing in the Orange Bowl on December 31st
Michigan shocked the college football world by going 10-1 and earning a spot in the College Football Playoffs. The Wolverines won the BIG10 Championship and now have a chance to play for the National Championship.
Michigan has a tough road to the trophy though, as they face Georgia in the Orange Bowl which is the CFB semi-final game.
Michigan will kickoff against Georgia on December 31st at 7:30 pm on ESPN. If they win that game they will take on the winner of Alabama and Cincinnati for the National Championship on January 10th.