UPDATE: now doing the same sort of calendar for March Madness! Check it out.
UPDATE: now includes the point spreads (per ESPN.com) in the event titles. Thanks for the idea, Austin.
(If you find an error in this calendar please leave a comment and I will take care of it. Thank you.)
I’ve created the 2018-2019 College Football Bowl Game calendar for you and your iPhone and iPad and Mac. Click here to get it.
Actually this is the same calendar as last year, with the 2018-2019 Bowl Games added to it. If you subscribed to the calendar last year, you should already see the current slate of games. Subscribe once and you’ll have next year’s schedule too. And the year after that. Etc.
[su_box title=”It also works with Google Calendar.” box_color=”#0000FF”]Just right-click this link and copy it, go to Google Calendar (that is, use a web browser to go to gmail.com, sign in if necessary, then go to the Calendar section), and click the stack of three dots to the right of “Add calendar.” Choose the option to “Add from URL.” Paste in what you copied and you’re all set.
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The URL you paste in should start with “webcal://.” If the URL starts with “webcal:%2f%2f” your browser has converted the URL using “URL Encoding.” In my experience, Chrome sometimes applies URL Encoding to URLs and Safari never does. The URL has to have slashes in it. If it doesn’t, change every instance of “%2f” to “/” and you’ll be all set. There are five slashes in the URL, starting with the two in a row after “webcal:”. Thanks to readers BJ and Pete for asking about this.
Google is very, very slow to update iCal-type calendars (which is what the Bowl Games calendar is). It’s been this way for years (read all about it, here, and here). This means you may not see the calendar updating as I modify it to show the scores. The only practical solution for you is to delete the calendar and add it again. Even then, you may get a cached version of it, not an updated one. Bad.[/su_box]
On iPhones and iPads and Macs, if you’re asked where to import the calendar, choose “New Calendar.” When you’re asked whether you want to subscribe to the calendar, the answer is YES, you want to subscribe. That way you get updates when I change something. Also, if you subscribe you will get updates next year, and the next year, and so on. Subscribing is free, and you don’t have to give me your email address or anything like that. And of course you can unsubscribe if you want.
The calendar is now called “College Football Bowl Games” (I removed the year from the name, as this calendar is perpetual– the only college football bowl calendar you need, year after year). Subscribe once and you’re all set, for this year and the next and the next etc. I’m not planning on stopping.
The calendar has all the important information (dates, times, teams, TV network). Times are correct for your time zone, whichever way your calendar is set. For example, the New Year’s Day Rose Bowl game is shown starting at 2 PM Pacific Time, and 4 PM Central Time.
I’ll update the calendar with the scores of the games as they happen. You can subscribe to the calendar now and just let me update the source as the info becomes available. Your calendar app will always show the latest info. Click the link, remember to tell it to refresh (recommendation: daily), and you’ll have the information at your fingertips. Or at least on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Note: I made this calendar because I couldn’t find one online. Yes, I could find a web page with the games, but no, I couldn’t find a calendar that I could import into my phone and carry around with me. So I made one.
BONUS: Interesting article about the affiliations between bowls and conferences, in case you’re wondering how the game match-ups are made.
Here’s the NFL post-season schedule for your iPhone, iPad, and Mac calendars.