Here are the rest of my bowl predictions

You can read my rant against the BCS, and all my bowl selections thru Dec 29’s games here

Now, marching on through the entire bowl schedule

New Year’s Eve brings us some promising games, starting with Vandy, and NC State in the Franklin Amer. Mort. Music City Bowl in Nashville. Since you will not be drunk yet, you can watch this game without double vision. Vandy wins here. Why, because the SEC dominates the ACC

Next up will be the Hyundai Sun Bowl or the Crappy Imported Car Sun Bowl as I call it. USC should win over Georgia Tech in this one.

In the AutoZone Liberty Bowl Tulsa meets Iowa State, yes the Hurricanes and Cyclones will blow us away in this one. Who wins? Who cares? Give me the Cyclones in a stormy finish

In the Chick-fil-A Bowl, which used to be called the Peach Bowl, we get a matchup of two teams deserving of BCS slots, Clemson, and LSU. Tough game to pick, but call it LSU by four

In the, as a resident of Dallas I am ashamed to even write this corny name, but Heart of Dallas Bowl Purdue rolls in to meet Oklahoma State, and the Boilermakers will get pounded on New Years Day. OSU BIG in this one

The TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl, good grief just call it the Gator Bowl, Northwestern and Mississippi State clash. The MSU Bulldogs should win, and their fans should be beaten with their obnoxious cowbells they insist on bringing to games!

The Capital One Bowl in Orlando has a marquee match up of traditional powers as the Georgia Bulldogs meet the Nebraska Huskers. Nebraska lost to Wisconsin 70-24 in the Big ten Championship. The is bad for Husker fans, what is worse is that Georgia is a lot better than Wisconsin.

In Tampa, the Outback Bowl, where your steak is ALWAYS cooked wrong, featuring Michigan and South Carolina, Fun fact is that Michigan began its season by getting waxed by an SEC team, and will end its season the same way

In the Rose Bowl, Stanford, and Wisconsin hook up. And this one will be good, with Stanford winning a close one

To close out New Year’s Day FSU, and Northern Illinois meet in the Orange Bowl. No one is giving NIU a shot, but FSU has been over rated all year, so expect a thriller, with FSU lucking out on some fluke play.

January 2 sees my beloved Florida Gators meet up with Louisville in the Sugar Bowl. do you really need me to say my pick here?

The best bowl match up happens on Jan. 3rd in the Fiesta Bowl as Oregon meets Kansas State. Should be a wild affair. In the end K-State will not have enough to keep up with the Ducks

The Cotton Bowl goes down on Jan 4th, The Oklahoma Sooners and the Texas A&M Aggies meet. Great one here, with the Aggies edging the Sooners


Time to wrap this up, in the BBVA Compass Bowl on January 5th Pitt and Ole Miss hook up, with Ole Miss prevailing

In the last bowl before the BCS Championship Game Kent State and Arkansas State collide in the GODADDY.COM Bowl, and no doubt hot women in commercials will be a draw. Who wins? Go with Arky State!

Finally, we will reach January 7th, and Bama vs the Irish. I think everyone knows my pick here. Bama should roll, let’s say 38-13. And yes their fans will be even harder to live with, and yes that SEC streak will reach 7, and yes, after that game, I will have to wait nearly eight months to see the best sport on earth again.

 

 

10 thoughts on “Here are the rest of my bowl predictions

  1. Bama by 25? Seriously? Heck, Georgia held the Tide’s vaunted offense to 32 points with a defense that was rated 17th overall, yet you expect them to score more points against the best defensive squad in the NCAA? It’s one thing to predict the favored team to win, but to predict a blowout against a team that has only allowed an average of 10 points per game – and only 26 points on its worst day – is just plain silly.

    • Bama will pull away in the last 20 minutes or so. They will pound Notre Dame, wear them out, and then start to run all over them.

      • 10 bucks says Bama – should they prove to be victorious – will not win by more than 11 points. By my careful calculations, Bama’s margin of victory should be between 5 and 11 points… that is, ASSuming the Irish have only an average game offensively. Take my bet and I’ll mail you a ten-spot upon Notre Dame’s 12-point-or-greater loss… and I’ll expect a reciprocal mailing form you if the outcome’s difference is 11 points or less.

      • Not a problem sir!

      • :)

    • I would not vote for it. but it is intriguing

      • What are your objections to my scheme? Don’t tell me here, tell me there. I await your critique with bated breath. ;)

      • I would prefer not splitting up the current conferences, and I would prefer a 16 team playoff with 1 playing 16, 2 playing 15, 3 playing 14 etc. Tell you what, let me do a post that is more descriptive

      • The conferences suck… they make no sense.

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