There are several bowls of the college football season to look forward to in 2018.
We look at all the major bowls and which bowl games they are currently hosting and which teams are expected to make it to the Super Bowl.
The ACC vs. Big Ten vs. SEC vs. Pac-12: The ACC is going to have its big bowl game, a game in Atlanta.
The SEC is likely to host its first bowl game since 2014.
The Pac-10 will host its second bowl game.
The ACC will host the Orange Bowl and the Big Ten will host their first bowl.
The Pac-8 will host three bowls and the ACC will have to choose two.
The Big 12 is going home for the first time since 2015.
The league will host two bowls and it’s not looking like the league will have another bowl game in the next five years.
The conference will host a bowl game and the PAC-12 will have its first since 2008.
The AAC vs. Sun Belt vs. MAC vs. WAC vs. Mountain West vs. Conference USA vs. Southern Miss: The AAC is set to host the Big 12’s home opener.
The Sun Belt will host an opener for the league in New Orleans.
The MAC will host another bowl, this time the Cotton Bowl.
The Mountain West will host in Boise, Idaho, and the WAC will host some games in the Pacific Northwest.
The Conference USA will host four games and the Pac-14 will have two games.
The WAC and Sun Belt are in the midst of two bowl games.
The WAC’s home bowl game against Texas A&M will be played in Nashville.
The AAC’s home game against Tennessee will be held in Orlando.
The PAC-10’s home playoff game against Arizona State will be in San Diego.
The Mountain West has a home bowl matchup against Boise State.
The MAC is expected to host an expansion game in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The Big Ten has its home game in Pittsburgh.
The Atlantic 10 will host one bowl game each in Washington and Virginia.
The Atlantic Sun has two bowl game options for 2017.
The American Athletic Conference is hosting an expansion football game in Memphis, Tennessee.
The C-USA will host games in Boise and Boise State, respectively.
The American Athletic will also have an option for a bowl that is not a bowl in a bowl season, which is the Fiesta Bowl.
If the American had a bowl, it would be the Rose Bowl in Atlanta, the Rose in Miami, and possibly the Sugar Bowl in Austin.
The Sun Belt has a bowl option in Jacksonville, Florida, and a game that would be a bowl.
The Pacific-12 has an option in San Antonio, Texas, and in Honolulu.
The conference is hosting two bowls in Washington.
The BCS bowls are not the only bowl options.
The FCS bowls also can be used in 2017.
The BCS conferences also have a bowl for bowl games for bowl seasons.
The PAC-11 bowls can be played either in Las Vegas or Las Vegas Nevada.
The Southern Cal bowls can also be played both in Las Angeles and Las Vegas.
The C-Sun and Sunbelt have bowls in Atlanta and Los Angeles.
The Conference USA has two bowls: the Peach and the Orange.
The Football Championship Subdivision bowls can have bowl games in both Houston and Austin.
The Colonial Athletic Conference bowls can either have a home or road game in Miami.
The Football Championship Game can also have one game in Houston.
The non-BCS bowls are also eligible for bowl options, but they can’t be played for a home game.
The College Football Playoff is the only non-divisional bowl that can be part of the ACC and Pac-11, and it can also host one game of the American Athletic conference or the Sun Belt conference.
The Orange Bowl will be the home of the Orange and the Rose, and both games will be televised by the ESPN networks.
The SEC will host five bowls, the BCS has three, and there is no other bowl for the conference.
There are three bowl games scheduled for 2017: the Orange, Peach, Rose and Cotton.
The Fiesta, Peach and Sugar bowls will be part for bowl season.
The Cotton Bowl is the first bowl that the ACC can host, and Clemson will host.
The Rose Bowl will play in Birmingham, Alabama.
The Cotton Bowl will host Alabama and Oklahoma, and Notre Dame will host Baylor.
The Sugar Bowl is a possible game for the ACC, but the Big East and Pac 12 are not in play.
The MWC and AAC are expected not to have a game.
There is also a possible SEC vs ACC matchup in the Rose.
The Fiesta Bowl will go to Pasadena, California, with the Rose going to Houston, Texas.
The Rose Bowl is expected not have a playoff game.
Other bowl options are being discussed.