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Finding The Biggest Bowl Games TV Schedule, Cable, Local Bar/Pub, Online Stream solution? After a thrilling regular season for college football, bowl season is finally here. While the “lesser bowls” for teams that had good but not great records are currently going on, the New Year’s Six Bowls are right around the corner, and of course, those are the games that everyone has been dying to watch. Before we delve into where and how we can watch these games, let’s look at the bowl schedule for only these games.
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Sugar Bowl: Ole Miss Rebels vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys

January 1st, 2016 (New Year’s Day)
Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA)
Sugar Bowl Live Stream

Rose Bowl: Stanford Cardinals vs. Iowa Hawkeyes

January 1st, 2016 (New Year’s Day)
Rose Bowl Stadium (Pasadena, CA)
Rose Bowl Live Stream

Cotton Bowl (College Playoff Semi-Final Game): Michigan State Spartans vs. Alabama Crimson Tide

December 31st, 2015 (New Year’s Eve)
AT&T Stadium / Cowboys Stadium (Dallas, TX)
Cotton Bowl Live Stream

Orange Bowl (College Playoff Semi-Final Game): Oklahoma Sooners vs. Clemson Tigers

December 31st, 2015 (New Year’s Eve)
Sun Life Stadium / Dolphins Stadium (Miami, FL)
Orange Bowl Live Stream

This tentative bowl schedule for the biggest bowl games of the year shows us when and where these key games are. As you can see, they are all in renowned stadiums, most of which are primarily owned by an NFL team — in this instance, the stadiums for the New Orleans Saints, Dallas Cowboys, and Miami Dolphins will each play host to a various New Year’s Six bowl game.

Now that we know when and where these games will be played, let’s get into how to watch these games:

Cable Package
The first and best option to watch these games is via cable, if you have it. ESPN will be broadcasting practically every bowl game, including every one on this list, so any cable package should have the game. If you have AT&T, DirecTV, Dish, or any other main — or local — cable network, then the game should be available for you. So if you meet this requirement, just sit back, pop open those chips, crack open that beer, and enjoy the pleasure that is college football bowl season

Local Bar/Pub
OK, so pretty much anyone can do this option. However, it may not be convenient for all of you, but for those of you who see this as a realistic option, go for it. It’s a great excuse to eat delicious bar food and drinks, watch on monstrous plasma TVs, and if you are fortunate enough to have your favorite team in any of these games, watch them with fellow fans of your favorite team.

Online Stream
This gives several options. First, if you have any of the main cable packages listed above, ESPN Online allows you to stream any of these games online for free, after you sign into your cable provider network. This is a viable option if you can’t be near your TV for some reason, or if it is being occupied and you need a quiet, comfortable place to still be able to watch the game. However, if you can not do this option, then there are several European websites that will be likely streaming the game, like First Row Sports. I would be careful of this option, however, as the stream may be choppy, and there are some questions regarding the legality of the stream, considering that ESPN does have broadcasting rights to these games.

Regardless of how you’ll watch these games, good luck to your teams!