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NCAA.com | January 14, 2019

2018-19 College football bowl schedule, scores, TV listings, matchup information

Clemson rolls Alabama for the CFP national title

Here's the complete list of college football bowl results from the 2018-19 season.

The FBS College Football Playoff concluded Monday with Clemson dominating Alabama 44-16 for its second title of the CFP era and third overall national championship.  

MORE: 2019-20 College Football Playoff semifinals and championship dates and sites 

The FCS Championship game was Jan. 5 in Frisco, Texas, between North Dakota State and Eastern Washington. North Dakota State took home a historic seventh national championship title in eight years.

MORE: FBS scores, statsThe record of every conference this bowl season

Below is the full lineup of games, including the final results and stats for every FBS bowl game and the FCS championship.

College Football Playoff

COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

Clemson 44, Alabama 16

January 7, 2019
Levi's Stadium
Santa Clara, Calif.

COTTON BOWL (CFP NATIONAL SEMIFINAL)

Clemson 30, Notre Dame 3

December 29, 2018
AT&T Stadium
Arlington, Texas

ORANGE BOWL (CFP NATIONAL SEMIFINAL)

Alabama 45, Oklahoma 34

December 29, 2018
Hard Rock Stadium
Miami Gardens, Fla.

Other bowl games and the FCS Championship

CELEBRATION BOWL

North Carolina A&T 24, Alcorn State 22

December 15, 2018
Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, Ga. 


CURE BOWL 

Tulane 41, Louisiana 24

December 15, 2018
Camping World Stadium
Orlando, Fla.


NEW MEXICO BOWL

Utah State 52, North Texas 13

December 15, 2018
Dreamstyle Stadium
Albuquerque, N.M.


LAS VEGAS BOWL  

Fresno State 31, Arizona State 20

December 15, 2018
Sam Boyd Stadium
Las Vegas


CAMELLIA BOWL

Georgia Southern 23, Eastern Michigan 21

December 15, 2018
Cramton Bowl
Montgomery, Ala.


NEW ORLEANS BOWL

Appalachian State 45, Middle Tennessee State 13

December 15, 2018
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans


BOCA RATON BOWL

UAB 37, Northern Illinois 13

December 18, 2018
Howard Schnellenberger Field at FAU Stadium
Boca Raton, Fla.


FRISCO BOWL

Ohio 27, San Diego State 0

December 19, 2018
Toyota Stadium
Frisco, Texas


GASPARILLA BOWL  

Marshall 38, South Florida 20

December 20, 2018
Raymond James Stadium
Tampa, Fla.


BAHAMAS BOWL

Florida International 35, Toledo 32

December 21, 2018
Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium
Nassau, Bahamas


FAMOUS IDAHO POTATO BOWL  

BYU 49, Western Michigan 18

December 21, 2018
Lyle Smith Field at Albertsons Stadium
Boise, Idaho


BIRMINGHAM BOWL  

Wake Forest 37, Memphis 34

December 22, 2018
Legion Field
Birmingham, Ala.


ARMED FORCES BOWL

Army 70, Houston 14

December 22, 2018
Amon G. Carter Stadium
Fort Worth, Texas

MORE: The biggest blowouts in college bowl game history


DOLLAR GENERAL BOWL  

Troy 42, Buffalo 32

December 22, 2018
Ladd-Peebles Stadium
Mobile, Ala.


HAWAI'I BOWL

Louisiana Tech 31, Hawaii 14

December 22, 2018
Aloha Stadium
Honolulu


FIRST RESPONDER BOWL

CANCELED: Boston College vs. Boise State (lightning)

December 26, 2018
Cotton Bowl
Dallas


QUICK LANE BOWL

Minnesota 34, Georgia Tech 10

December 26, 2018
Ford Field
Detroit


CHEEZ-IT BOWL  

TCU 10, California 7 (OT)

December 26, 2018
Chase Field
Phoenix


INDEPENDENCE BOWL

Duke 56, Temple 27

December 27, 2018
1:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
Independence Stadium
Shreveport, La.


PINSTRIPE BOWL 

Wisconsin 35, Miami 3

December 27, 2018
5:15 p.m. ET, ESPN
Yankee Stadium
New York


TEXAS BOWL

Baylor 45, Vanderbilt 38

December 27, 2018
9 p.m. ET, ESPN
NRG Stadium
Houston


MUSIC CITY BOWL

Auburn 63, Purdue 14

December 28, 2018
1:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
Nissan Stadium
Nashville, Tenn.

MORE: The biggest blowouts in college bowl game history


CAMPING WORLD BOWL

Syracuse 34, West Virginia 18

December 28, 2018
5:15 p.m. ET, ESPN
Camping World Stadium
Orlando, Fla.


ALAMO BOWL

Washington State 28, Iowa State 26

December 28, 2018
9 p.m. ET, ESPN
Alamodome
San Antonio, Texas


PEACH BOWL

Florida 41, Michigan 15

December 29, 2018
Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, Ga.


BELK BOWL

Virginia 28, South Carolina 0

December 29, 2018
Bank of America Stadium
Charlotte, N.C.


ARIZONA BOWL

Nevada 16, Arkansas State 13 (OT)

December 29, 2018
Arizona Stadium
Tucson, Ariz.


MILITARY BOWL

Cincinnati 35, Virginia Tech 31

December 31, 2018
Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
Annapolis, Md.


SUN BOWL

Stanford 14, Pitt 13

December 31, 2018
Sun Bowl
El Paso, Texas


REDBOX BOWL

Oregon 7, Michigan State 6

December 31, 2018
Levi's Stadium
Santa Clara, Calif.


LIBERTY BOWL

Oklahoma State 38, Missouri 33

December 31, 2018
3:45 p.m. ET, ESPN
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Memphis, Tenn.
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HOLIDAY BOWL

Northwestern 31, Utah 20

December 31, 2018
SDCCU Stadium
San Diego, Calif.


GATOR BOWL

Texas A&M 52, North Carolina State 13

December 31, 2018
TIAA Bank Field
Jacksonville, Fla.


OUTBACK BOWL

Iowa 27, Mississippi State 22

January 1, 2019
Raymond James Stadium
Tampa, Fla.


CITRUS BOWL

Kentucky 27, Penn State 24

January 1, 2019
1 p.m. ET, ABC
Camping World Stadium
Orlando, Fla.


FIESTA BOWL

LSU 40, UCF 32

January 1, 2019
1 p.m. ET, ESPN
State Farm Stadium
Glendale, Ariz.


ROSE BOWL GAME

Ohio State 28, Washington 23

January 1, 2019
5 p.m. ET, ESPN
Rose Bowl
Pasadena, Calif.


SUGAR BOWL

Texas 28, Georgia 21

January 1, 2019
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans


FCS CHAMPIONSHIP 

North Dakota State vs. Eastern Washington
Live stats | Bracket | Tickets

Jan. 5, 2018
Noon ET, ESPN2
Toyota Stadium
Frisco, Texas 

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