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ESPN College Football writers Kyle Bonagura and Mark Schlabach revealed their updated Bowl after Week 6

Bonagura: Peach Bowl (CFP) vs. Ohio State
Schlabach: Sugar Bowl vs. Texas
Bonagura: National Championship vs. Oklahoma

Bonagura: Outback Bowl vs. Minnesota
Schlabach: Outback Bowl vs. Michigan

Bonagura: Citrus Bowl vs. Penn State
Schlabach: Citrus Bowl vs. Penn State

Bonagura: Sugar Bowl vs. Texas
Schlabach: Peach Bowl (CFP) vs. Oklahoma

Bonagura: Belk Bowl vs. Miami
Schlabach: Belk Bowl vs. UNC

Bonagura: Orange Bowl vs. Virginia
Schlabach: Cotton Bowl vs. Boise State

Mississippi State:
Bonagura: Music City Bowl vs. UNC
Schlabach: Gator Bowl vs. Michigan State

Ole Miss:
Schlabach: Liberty Bowl vs. TCU

South Carolina:
Bonagura: Gator Bowl vs. Michigan State
Schlabach: Music City Bowl vs. Duke

Texas A&M:
Bonagura: Texas Bowl vs. Oklahoma State
Schlabach: Texas Bowl vs. Oklahoma State
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com


Lol frick those bowl predictions
Reply4 days
It's hard to take anyone seriously who dresses in orange from head to toe.
Reply4 days
these "projections" are absolute crap. like the environmentalists claiming we have 12 years left on earth because of Global Warming.
Reply4 days
Where is ole miss getting 3 more wins from??
Reply6 days
A & M, N. Mex. St., MSU
3 days
This whole list is a goof
Reply6 days
What crappy bowl matchups for LSWHO
Reply7 days
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