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NCAA Football: BCS Bowl Predictions

The Oregon Ducks may face the Buckeyes again for the first since the 2010 Rose Bowl. (September 27, 2013 - Source: Steve Dykes/Getty Images North America)
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Tonight, the BCS standings were revealed. Here is a look at the bowl projections. (Note, picks reflect current team standings and possible desired match-ups that the committee will select. Also, only two teams from the same conference can play in a BCS Bowl game)

BCS National Championship: January 6th, 8:30 P.M. E.S.T. – Pasadena, California

Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Florida State Seminoles: The destruction of Clemson at the hands of Florida State shook things up. Alabama will finish undefeated despite being in what many college football fans consider the toughest conference.. Oregon and Ohio State are also possibilities.

Orange Bowl: January 3rd, 8:30 P.M. E.S.T. – Miami, Florida

Miami Hurricanes vs. Missouri Tigers- Missouri is becoming a powerhouse in the SEC. Miami is poised to finish strong by running the table or losing just one game. The Hurricanes have a tough test against Florida State later in the season. Clemson is also a possibility.

Allstate Sugar Bowl: January 2nd, 8:30 P.M. E.S.T. – New Orleans, Louisiana

Wisconsin Badgers vs. Baylor Bears- Wisconsin looks to finish with 1 or 2 losses. Baylor has been a promising team for several years now and they look to finish as the Big 12 Champions. UCF is also a possibility.

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl: January 1st- 8:30 P.M. E.S.T. – Glendale, Arizona

Texas Tech Red Raiders vs. Stanford Cardinal – The Red Raiders are looking strong. They will get a true test against the Pac12 runner up Stanford. The Cardinale and Ducks face each other on November 7th.

Rose Bowl: January 1st- 5 P.M. E.S.T. – Pasadena, California

Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Oregon Ducks- Ohio State’s success on offense is the big reason. They will land here unless Florida State or Alabama loses. Oregon will finish as the Pac 12 Champions if they defeat Stanford and run the table.

 

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