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The bowl schedule for the final season of the BCS era has been released. Here are some of the more notable pieces of information.

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The TV schedule for the 2013-14 bowl slate has been revealed, and the final BCS National Championship will be played on January 6, 2014. The full bowl schedule for the BCS' last year, via the Football Bowl Association:

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There have been a number of changes to the bowl schedule from last year. Most notably, this will be the final year before the College Football Playoff begins, ending the era of two teams being picked to appear in the title game.

Some bowl tie-ins should continue to shift as well, as the Pinstripe Bowl is expected to go from a Big East-Big 12 matchup to one between the Big Ten and ACC by next year. The Big 12 is also being swapped out for the Big Ten in the Holiday Bowl, which means that several of the Big Ten's Florida bowl games will be looking for new partnerships as well. The Insight is now the Buffalo Wild Wings, the Independence is now the AdvoCare V100, and the BBVA Compass is still in the market for a new name.

Some bowl names will also likely change in the near future, most notably the Chick-fil-A Bowl, which is expected to regain the lost Peach portion of its name by the time the Playoff starts, and the Little Caesars, which could move as the Detroit Lions reportedly start up their own game.

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