Of the five bowl games on television today, a viewer who depended on traditional broadcast had only the Outback Bowl to watch and no other. (It was a pretty good game, as Florida beat Penn State.) The other games were on cable, the Capital One Bowl (Michigan State vs. Alabama), the Gator Bowl (Michigan vs. Mississippi State), the Rose Bowl (TCU vs. Wisconsin) and the Fiesta Bowl (Oklahoma vs. Connecticut). All five of the games were controlled by Disney, as ABC carried the Outback Bowl and the others were on one of the ESPN cable networks. The Mouse owns all those networks (or maybe he's a Rat after all.)
I suppose one could access the cable games via the internet. But the quality of the internet broadcasts that I have seen are not yet up to the viewing standards of those via broadcast or cable.
On the other hand, think of the time this circumstance released for so many people today!
UPDATE: No Orange Bowl game either.