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3 college football bowls games you should know about

Learn about which local teams made the cut and who’s playing in the Valero Alamo Bowl.

SATXtoday: College Bowl Game

Check out three college bowl games this playoff season.

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As the holiday season ramps up, the college football season is winding down. Not to worry, it’s finally time for the college football bowls games. From the UTSA Roadrunners to the Texas State Bobcats, here are three games to watch this playoff season.

Scooter Coffee’s Frisco Bowl

Let’s Go 210. The UTSA Roadrunners clinched their fourth straight bowl game spot and will play the Marshall Thunder Herd on Tuesday, Dec. 19 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco beginning at 8 p.m. Roadrunner fans can purchase tickets now starting at $34.

SERVPRO First Responders Bowl

Our neighbors in San Marcos, the Texas State Bobcats, are making their first bowl game appearance against the Rice Owls on Tuesday, Dec. 26 at the Gerald J. Ford Stadium in Dallas. The games starts at 4:30 p.m. and tickets begin at $20.

Valero Alamo Bowl

The annual bowl game played at the Alamodome will host the Arizona Wildcats and Oklahoma Sooners on Thursday, Dec. 28 at 8:15 p.m. Leading up to the game, there are a variety of celebratory events happening around the Alamo City. Tickets are available starting at $66.

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