Welcome to SEC Football Sports 2008-2009 BCS Bowl Schedule. The 2008-09 BCS Bowl Schedule has been finalized. The NCAA has approved 34 bowl games for this season, with the debut of two new bowl games, the EagleBank Congressional Bowl and the St. Petersburg Bowl. The top two teams in the BCS rankings will meet in the BCS National Championship Game in Miami on January 8, 2009. Find all the schedules and scores for the BCS Football Bowl Games below:
2008-2009 BCS Bowl Scores and TV Schedule
You can find the 2008-2009 BCS Bowl Schedule for all 34 BCS Bowl Games at SEC Football Sports. We have updated scores for all BCS Bowl Games. The schedule for the BCS Bowls is finalized. Come back to SEC Football Sports to get news and updates from all the BCS bowl game matchups.
The BCS final regular season rankings for 2008 are in. According to the BCS rankings format, Oklahoma finished number one and Florida finished number two. Rounding out the top five were Texas, Alabama, and USC. Utah and Texas Tech were numbers six and seven. Then Penn State, Boise State, and Ohio State were took the next three spots of the top ten.
Under 2009 BCS schedule rules, number one Oklahoma and number two Florida will face each other in the 2009 BCS Championship Game in Miami.
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