Bulldog Bowl, host
College of San Mateo, 12 p.m.
San Mateo (7-3, #5N) vs. Sequoias (8-2, #4N)
East County Bowl, host Los Medanos College, 1 p.m.
Orange Coast (6-4, #13S) vs. Diablo Valley (6-4, #13N)
Golden Empire Bowl,
host Bakersfield College, 3 p.m.
Fullerton (8-2, #5S) vs. Bakersfield (8-2, #4S)
Graffiti Bowl, host
Modesto Junior College, 1 p.m.
Yuba (4-5, Bay Valley Co-Champ) vs. Hartnell (6-4, #14N, Coast Champ)
National Bowl, host
El Camino College, 6 p.m.
Riverside (7-3, #7S, Mission American Division Co-Champ) vs. El Camino (10-0, #2S, Mission National Division Champ)
Silicon Valley Bowl,
host Foothill College, 1 p.m.
Feather River (7-3, #12N) vs. Foothill (7-3, #8N)
Bowl, host Grossmont College, 1 p.m.
Glendale (8-2, #6S, WSC South Division Co-Champ) vs. Grossmont (9-1, #3S, Foothill Champ)
U.S. Bank Beach Bowl,
host Santa Monica College, 4 p.m.
Saddleback (6-4, #12S) vs. Mt. San Jacinto (8-2, #11S)
Western State Bowl,
host College of the Canyons, 7 p.m.
Chaffey (7-3, #8S) vs. Canyons (10-0, #1S, WSC North Division Champ)
Date to be determined:
American Bowl, host
Long Beach City College, TBD
Allan Hancock (7-3, #10S) vs. Long Beach (7-3, #9S, Mission American Co-Champ)
Capital Shrine Bowl,
host Sacramento City College, 1 p.m.
Laney (8-2, #6N, Golden Gate Champ) vs. American River (10-0, #3N, Mid-Empire Champ)
U.S. Bank Holiday Bowl,
host Butte College, 12 p.m.
Sierra (8-2, #10N) vs. Butte (6-3, #9N)
Southern California Semifinal Game 1, hosted by higher seed
Southern California Semifinal Game 2, hosted by higher seed
San Francisco Hawaiian
Punch Community College Bowl, host City College of San Francisco, 1 p.m.
San Francisco (9-1, #2N, NorCal Champ) vs. Reedley (10-0, #1N, Valley Champ)
Producers Dairy Bowl,
host Fresno City College, 7 p.m.
Fresno (7-3, #11N) vs. Santa Rosa (7-3, #7N)
Southern California Championship Game, hosted by higher seed
Colleges Commission on Athletics Football Championship
Presented by U.S. Bank at Grizzlies Stadium, Fresno, CA
In Northern California, the San Francisco Hawaiian Punch Bowl will serve as the Northern California championship contest.
In Southern California, the Golden Empire Bowl, National Bowl, Southern California Bowl, and Western State Bowl will serve as first-round playoff games. Regional semifinal (November 26) and championship (December 3) games will be hosted by the higher seed.
The winners of the Northern California and Southern California championship playoff games will advance to the California Community Colleges Commission on Athletics Football Championship presented by U.S. Bank on December 10, 2005, at Grizzlies Stadium in Fresno, California. The championship game is an official event of the inaugural 2005-06 COA Championship Festival. Kick-off is scheduled for 1 p.m.
information about the California Community Colleges Commission on Athletics
Football Championship or the COA Championship Festival, as well as news and
updates of all 23 COA
sanctioned sports, visit www.coasports.org.