2013 college bowl schedule: Final 5 bowls wrap up college football season

Steve Dykes

The end of college football season is approaching as the final five bowl games will be played between Thursday and Monday.

Stanford wrapped up its season with a Rose Bowl victory on Tuesday, but the college football season won't end for another few days. There are still five bowl games to be played beginning with Thursday's Fiesta Bowl and ending with the BCS National Championship on Monday.

The Cardinal's win in the Rose Bowl improved the Pac-12 to 3-4 in bowl season, but Oregon has a chance to even the record in Thursday's Fiesta Bowl. The No. 4 Ducks will face No. 5 Kansas State in what looked like a potential national championship matchup late in the season.

The rest of the weekend will feature three games beginning with the Cotton Bowl between No. 9 Texas A&M and No. 11 Oklahoma on Friday. Pittsburgh and Mississippi will play in the Compass Bowl on Saturday while No. 25 Kent State and Arkansas State will meet in the GoDaddy.com Bowl on Sunday.

The bowl schedule, and the college football season will come to a close on Monday with No. 1 Notre Dame and No. 2 Alabama playing for the BCS National Championship. Alabama opened as an 8-1/2-point favorite. The game is scheduled to kickoff at 8 p.m. ET and will be televised on ESPN.

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