The college football bowl schedule continues today with two more games and both are airing live on ESPN and streaming live on the ESPN App, using the Amazon Fire TV or Firestick.
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Cheez-It Bowl: No. 21 Oklahoma State vs. No. 18 Miami, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. EST (ESPN)
At the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, FL, No. 18 Miami and No. 21 Oklahoma State will meet in the Cheez-It Bowl with the game starting at 5:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
The Hurricanes (8-2, 7-2 ACC), who lead the series 1-0, come into the game as a 2-point favorite with the OVER/UNDER sitting at 62 points. The last time these two teams met Miami picked up a 40-3 victory on Oct. 5, 1991, in a Big East clash.
Miami is seeking to rebound from the embarrassing 62-26 defeat to North Carolina in its regular-season finale on Dec. 12, which snapped the team’s five-game winning streak and ended their push for an Atlantic Coast Conference championship spot.
Meanwhile, Oklahoma State is coming off a regular-season finale 42-3 victory over Baylor on Dec 12 and the Bears will be hoping to close out the campaign on a high.
Miami quarterback D’Eriq King come into this game with 2,570 passing yards and has thrown 22 touchdowns with five interceptions.
He goes up against Oklahoma State’s Spencer Sanders, who has 1,702 yards passing with 10 TD and eight interceptions.
Alamo Bowl: No. 20 Texas vs Colorado , Dec. 29, 9 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Elsewhere on the college football bowl schedule for today, No. 20 Texas (6-3) will tackle Colorado (4-1) in the Alamo Bowl.
Kick-off time for this encounter is slated for 9 p.m. with the Longhorns coming in as a 7.5-point favorite with the OVER/UNDER sitting at 65 points.
Tuesday night’s meeting will be the 19th between the two teams, with Texas leading the all-time series 11-7.
There will be a lot of focus on Longhorns head coach Tom Herman who could very well be dismissed from his post with a defeat against Colorado, following months of speculations about his job.