How to Watch the New Year's Six Bowls
Is there anyone that can slow down Mac Jones and the Alabama Crimson Tide this bowl season? GETTY IMAGES

Forget what you've heard. Now it's the most wonderful time of the year. It's Bowl season. Here is the fuboTV preview of the biggest six New Year's Weekend Bowl Games.

Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic

Wednesday, December 30

#7 Florida Gators (8-3) vs. #6 Oklahoma Sooners (8-2), 8:00 p.m. ET, ESPN, live stream on fuboTV

The first bowl of the main six on New Year's week is between the Big 12 champs and the SEC runner ups. Shows you what the College Football selection committee thinks of each conference. The Sooners have won the Big 12 Championship since it was reintroduced in 2017. They have really rebounded since losing their two games early in the season. But their offense hasn't been as explosive as in year's past with Baker Mayfield, Kyler Murray and Jalen Hurts. They looked good in the championship but their offense slowed and let Iowa State back in the game.

They're going to have to keep their foot on the petal if they're going to keep up with Florida. They have a true air-raid offense and made a tremendous comeback against No. 1 Alabama losing the SEC Championship 52-46. This team is led by two Kyles. Quarterback Kyle Trask ranks first in the nation in yards (4,125) and touchdowns (43). He will utilize his favorite target tight end Kyle Pitts who is a sure fire first rounder in next year's draft. This game is going to put that scoreboard into overdrive.

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl

Friday, January 1

#9 Georgia Bulldogs vs. #8 Cincinnati Bearcats, 12:00 p.m. ET, ESPN, live stream on fuboTV

Georgia completely expected to be more competitive with Alabama and certainly Florida where they expected to be the top dog in the SEC East. Pun definitely intended. They weren't bad by any means but lost significantly to those aforementioned teams. Their quarterback play has been revived since USC transfer JT Daniels took over for the last three games. They should be in a much better position to score a lot of points against Cincy.

The Bearcats will be no pushover. Consider they are an undefeated team to be left out of the College Football Playoff. (Expand the playoff already.) This game brings back memories of the in 2018 Peach Bowl when undefeated UCF beat SEC powerhouse Auburn in one of the biggest upsets of the season. Cincinnati only beat Tulsa by three in the AAC Championship game but Golden Hurricanes are ranked and only lost one game up to that point. The dogs shouldn't sleep on these cats.

Rose Bowl Game Presented by Capital One

- CFP Semifinal

Friday, January 1

#4 Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. #1 Alabama Crimson Tide, 4:00 p.m. ET, ESPN, live stream on fuboTV

Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly said that his team has nothing to prove after getting blown out by Clemson in the ACC championship game. Sure, the Fighting Irish had a great season going undefeated up until that game, but there are still a lot of questions they need to answer. They've proven they could finally beat Clemson earlier in the season but that was without Trevor Lawrence.

He's a once in a generation talent but this Alabama team is the best in the country even with Lawrence at full strength. How are they going to make this competitive against Alabama? Hopefully this won't be a repeat of the the 2013 BCS National Championship Game, a 42-14 Alabama blowout, which was the last time these two met.

Allstate Sugar Bowl

- CFP Semifinal

Friday, January 1

#3 Ohio State Buckeyes vs. #2 Clemson Tigers, 8:00 p.m. ET, ESPN, live stream on fuboTV

These two met much more recently, just last year in the College Football Semis in the Fiesta Bowl. The only difference was that their rankings were flipped last year compared to this year. Lawrence and Justin Fields were the starting quarterbacks for Clemson and Ohio State respectively last year in one of the best bowl games last year in a back and forth Tigers win.

While that game was close, this semi-final game might not. Clemson looks on a redemption mission after a thumping in last year's national championship game. It doesn't help that Ohio State had trouble putting Northwestern in the Big-10 Championship as the Wildcats led most of the game. The Buckeyes are undefeated but they just haven't built up the experience comparatively to Clemson. Head coach Dabo Swinney thinks the the Buckeyes should be ranked outside of the top 10 based on their short schedule. What do you think? Maybe that's all the motivation Ohio State will need to keep this one competitive.

PlayStation Fiesta Bowl

Saturday, January 2

#25 Oregon Ducks vs. #10 Iowa State Cyclones, 4:00 p.m. ET, ESPN, live stream on fuboTV

This low key has the potential to be one of the best games of the bowl season. Iowa State had the best season of arguably their entire program existence finishing first in the Big-12 in the regular season. They barely lost to Oklahoma in the Big-12 Championship in their first ever appearance in that game. They are led by their outstanding running back Breece Hall who is leading the nation with 143 rushing yards per game. This is the biggest bowl the Cyclones have ever appeared in and they will be favored.

Oregon will not go quietly as they are coming off a huge win against previously undefeated USC in the Pac-12 Championship game. They weren't even supposed to be in that game as Washington had a better record than the Ducks in the Pac-12 North. But the Huskies couldn't fill a full roster because of COVID-19. The Ducks were the next best in line and took full advantage. QB Tyler Shough will have to play much better than he did in the championship game (he didn't even pass for more than 100 yards) if they are to challenge this Iowa State defense that is on a roll lately. Shough has showed enough spark though this season to make this game close.

Capital One Orange Bowl

Saturday, January 2

#5 Texas A&M Aggies vs. #13 North Carolina Tar Heels, 8:00 p.m. ET, ESPN, live stream on fuboTV

Texas A&M has a very legitimate argument to made to be in the Semis. Again, expand the playoffs already. They only have one loss on the season in a blowout to Alabama. The Crimson Tide have made a habit out of that this season. The Aggies were the second best team in the SEC, but have the unfortunate reality that they are in the same division as Alabama in the SEC. On an upnote, they are finally breaking out and meeting expectations set for them under third-year head coach Jimbo Fisher. They should be the heavy favorites in this one.

Don't sleep on the Tar Heels though. They've been ranked for most of the season as one of the best in the ACC, losing only three games. The exciting thing for UNC is that they are only in the second season of the second reign of coach Mack Brown. This is the best Tar Heels team since they made the ACC Championship game in 2015.