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Cal football heading to Phoenix for Cheez-It Bowl to face TCU for 1st time

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DECEMBER 02, 2018

Following the bowl game projection frenzy, bids are in for the postseason and the Bears will be spending their Christmas in the desert. Cal football (7-5, 4-5) is headed to Phoenix, AZ, to face TCU (6-6, 4-5) in the 2018 Cheez-It Bowl on Dec. 26.

The Bears will be making their first bowl game appearance since 2015 when Cal beat Air Force, 55-36, in the Armed Forces Bowl. The game will be played at 6 p.m. PST in downtown Phoenix at Chase Field — the home of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Here are the remaining Pac-12 Bowl Game matchups:

Rose Bowl, Jan. 1

Big Ten vs. Pac-12 — Pasadena, California

No. 9 Washington vs. No. 6 Ohio State

 

Alamo Bowl, Dec. 28

Big 12 vs. Pac-12 — San Antonio, Texas

No. 13 Washington State vs. No. 24 Iowa State

 

Holiday Bowl, Dec. 31

Big Ten vs. Pac-12 — San Diego, California

No. 17 Utah vs. No. 22 Northwestern

 

Redbox Bowl, Dec. 31

Big Ten vs. Pac-12 — Santa Clara, California

Oregon vs. Michigan State

 

Sun Bowl, Dec. 31

ACC vs. Pac-12 — El Paso, Texas

Stanford vs. Pitt

 

Las Vegas Bowl, Dec. 15

Mountain West vs. Pac-12 — Las Vegas, Nevada

Arizona State vs. Fresno State

 

Cheez-It Bowl, Dec. 26

Big 12 vs. Pac-12 — Phoenix, Arizona

TCU vs. Cal

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DECEMBER 02, 2018


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