Weather for the Final College Bowl Games and Championship Game

By Vickie Frantz, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
January 6, 2013; 5:10 AM ET
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Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin, left, and Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops pose for photographers pretending to pull at the Cotton Bowl trophy after a news conference leading up to the NCAA college football game Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013, in Irving, Texas. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

The college football matches are in their final days before the BCS Championship Game takes place on Monday.

Sunday

At 9 p.m. EST, the Kent State Golden Flashes play the Arkansas State Red Wolves in Mobile, Ala.

"The temperature at kickoff will be 58 degrees F," Senior Meteorologist Mike Pigott said. "It will be mostly cloudy for the game with a chance of showers."

Monday

The BCS Championship Game kicks off at 8:30 p.m. EST when the Alabama Crimson Tide take on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in Miami, Fla.

"It will be 70 degrees F at kickoff time," said Mussoline. "It will be a dry day with winds out of the northeast at 6-12 mph."

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