The BCS bowls include Alabama and Georgia, with the Tide playing in the national championship against Ohio State. Georgia is projected to play in the Sugar Bowl against SEC-killer Louisville.
Here are all 11 SEC teams’ projections:
BCS National Championship Game: Alabama vs. Ohio State
Sugar Bowl: Georgia vs. Louisville
Capital One Bowl: Texas A&M vs. Wisconsin
Outback Bowl: Florida vs. Nebraska
Cotton Bowl: LSU vs. Texas
BBVA Compass Bowl: Mississippi State vs. UCF
Gator Bowl: Vanderbilt vs. Michigan State
Chick-fil-A Bowl: South Carolina vs. Florida State
Liberty Bowl: Tennessee vs. Tulsa
Independence Bowl: Auburn vs. NC State
Music City Bowl: Ole Miss vs. Georgia Tech
The SEC teams left out? Arkansas, Kentucky and Missouri.
Out of the three that’s left out, I would argue that Missouri has the best chance to go bowling – although they didn’t exactly make anyone feel comfortable last season, did they?
Nine SEC teams went bowling during the 2012 season.
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