2004–05 NCAA Football Bowl Games

2004–05 NCAA Football Bowl Games

Big 12 7 4–3 0.571 3
ACC 6 3–3 0.500 4
Big Ten 6 3–3 0.500 4
SEC 6 3–3 0.500 4
Conference USA 5 3–2 0.600 1
Pac-10 5 3–2 0.600 3
Big East 5 2–3 0.400 2
MAC 5 2–3 0.400 0
WAC 4 2–2 0.500 2
Mountain West 3 2–1 0.667 1
Independents 2 1–1 0.500 1
Sun Belt 2 0–2 0.000 0
College football bowl games
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The 2004-05 NCAA college football bowl season was a series of 32 post-season games (including the Bowl Championship Series) played in December 2004 and January 2005 for Division I-A football teams and their all-stars. The post-season began with the New Orleans Bowl on December 14, 2004, and concluded on January 29, 2005, with the season-ending Senior Bowl.

Read more about 2004–05 NCAA Football Bowl Games:  Non-BCS Bowls, Conference Standings

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