Official college football 'Bowl Season' organization releases first-ever bowl projections
If you missed the news a few weeks back, college football has officially coined its postseason as “Bowl Season” moving forward.
In anticipation of the first-ever officially titled “Bowl Season,” the organization has just released its projections for the upcoming college football postseason.
While there have been several bowl games that have been canceled this season, the SEC still has nearly every postseason option available to it this postseason — the Las Vegas Bowl is the only bowl with an SEC affiliation that does not appear to be on track to play this season — and 11 league teams have been projected to make the postseason here.
The only SEC teams not included are South Carolina, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt.
Here are the “Bowl Season” projections for the other 11 SEC teams heading into this weekend:
- Mississippi State vs. Pitt — Gasparilla Bowl
- Kentucky vs. Iowa — Music City Bowl
- Ole Miss vs. West Virginia — Liberty Bowl
- LSU vs. Texas — Texas Bowl
- Auburn vs. Indiana — Citrus Bowl
- Arkansas vs. North Carolina — Gator Bowl
- Missouri vs. Wisconsin — Outback Bowl
- Texas A&M vs. Iowa State — Cotton Bowl
- Georgia vs. Cincinnati — Peach Bowl
- Florida vs. Miami — Orange Bowl
- Alabama vs. Ohio State — Sugar Bowl (Playoff game)
- Notre Dame vs. Clemson — Rose Bowl (Playoff game)
Here is the official graphic showing all of the current bowl projections from “Bowl Season” as of Nov. 27: