College bowl game schedule 2013: College football season wraps up with the final 4 games

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Tuesday's Rose Bowl was one of the highlights of the bowl season, but there are still four games left before the 2012 college football season comes to a close.

The Rose Bowl may have been the highlight of the bowl season in Los Angeles, but the season continues with the final four bowl games this season.

The final weekend of action will begin with the Cotton Bowl on Friday night. The game between No. 9 Texas A&M and No. 11 Oklahoma will be the first for Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel since he won the Heisman Trophy. It will also be the first of three games leading up to the national championship game. On Saturday, Pittsburgh and Ole Miss will play in the Compass Bowl while Kent State and Arkansas State will play in the GoDaddy.com Bowl on Sunday.

A national champion will be crowned on Monday when the bowl season wraps up with the BCS National Championship game between No. 1 Notre Dame and No. 2 Alabama. The Crimson Tite opened as an 8-1/2-point favorite over the Fighting Irish.

The complete bowl schedule including kickoff times, broadcast information and odds can be found at SBNation.com.

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