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College football bowl projections

Dec. 18

New Mexico, Albuquerque (Mountain West vs. WAC), Louisiana-Monroe* vs. Nevada

Humanitarian, Boise, Idaho (MAC vs. WAC), Northern Illinois vs. Boise State

New Orleans (C-USA vs. Sun Belt), Houston vs. FIU

Dec. 21

Beef 'O' Brady's, St. Petersburg (Big East vs. C-USA), USF vs. Southern Miss

Dec. 22

Las Vegas (MWC vs. Pac-10), Utah vs. Boston College*

Dec. 23

Poinsettia, San Diego (MWC vs. Navy), San Diego State vs. Navy

Dec. 24

Hawaii, Honolulu (C-USA vs. WAC), Tulsa vs. Hawaii

Dec. 26

Little Caesars, Detroit (Big Ten vs. MAC), SMU* vs. Temple

Dec. 27

Independence, Shreveport, La. (ACC vs. MWC), Georgia Tech vs. Air Force

Dec. 28

Champs Sports, Orlando (ACC vs. Big East), Miami vs. West Virginia

Insight, Tempe, Ariz. (Big Ten vs. Big 12), Michigan vs. Oklahoma

Dec. 29

Military, Washington (ACC vs. C-USA), Clemson vs. East Carolina

Texas, Houston (Big Ten vs. Big 12), Northwestern vs. Texas Tech

Alamo, San Antonio (Big 12 vs. Pac-10), Missouri vs. Arizona

Dec. 30

Armed Forces, Dallas (C-USA or Army vs. MWC), Army vs. BYU

Pinstripe, New York (Big 12 vs. Big East), Kansas State vs. Rutgers

Music City, Nashville (ACC vs. SEC), Maryland vs. Kentucky

Holiday, San Diego (Big 12 vs. Pac-10), Baylor vs. UCLA

Dec. 31

Car Care, Charlotte, N.C. (ACC vs. Big East), North Carolina vs. Syracuse

Sun, El Paso, Texas (ACC vs. Pac-10), Florida State vs. California

Liberty, Memphis, Tenn. (C-USA vs. SEC), UCF vs. Georgia

Chick-fil-A, Atlanta (ACC vs. SEC), N.C. State vs. Florida

Jan. 1

TicketCity, Dallas (Big Ten vs. Big 12), Illinois vs. Texas A&M

Outback, Tampa (Big Ten vs. SEC), Iowa vs. South Carolina

Capital One, Orlando (Big Ten vs. SEC), Michigan State vs. Arkansas

Gator, Jacksonville (Big Ten vs. SEC), Penn State vs. Mississippi State

Rose, Pasadena, Calif. (BCS vs. BCS), Stanford v. Wisconsin

Fiesta, Glendale, Ariz. (BCS vs. BCS), Nebraska vs. Pittsburgh

Jan. 3

Orange, Miami (BCS vs. BCS), Virginia Tech vs. Alabama

Jan. 4

Sugar, New Orleans (BCS vs. BCS), Auburn vs. Ohio State

Jan. 6, Mobile, Ala. (MAC vs. Sun Belt), Toledo vs. Troy

Jan. 7

Cotton, Arlington, Texas (Big 12 vs. SEC), Oklahoma State vs. LSU

Jan. 8

BBVA Compass, Birmingham, Ala. (Big East vs. SEC), Connecticut vs. Ohio*

Jan. 9

Fight Hunger, San Francisco (Pac-10 vs. WAC), Miami (Ohio)* vs. Fresno State

Jan. 10

BCS title game, Glendale, Ariz. (BCS No. 1 vs. BCS No. 2), Oregon vs. TCU

* Takes spot of a conference that falls short of bowl-eligible teams.

College football bowl projections 11/13/10 [Last modified: Saturday, November 13, 2010 11:24pm]
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