SEC Bowl Projections: Week 11


SEC bowl projections were shaken up after an exciting Week 10 slate in college football.

What another wild weekend of college football.

We knew the Week 10 schedule was loaded — and it certainly lived up to the hype.

With Nos. 2, 7, 8, 13, 16, 18 and 19 all losing, the national rankings saw quite a bit of movement. Likewise, significant alterations were made to the SEC bowl projections.

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After the 30-16 beating Alabama put on LSU in Tuscaloosa on Saturday, the Crimson Tide are now the presumed favorites to represent the conference in the College Football Playoff. Meanwhile, the Tigers are expected to stay close to home and receive a New Year’s Six bowl bid to the Allstate Sugar Bowl in New Orleans (assuming they can finish 10-1).

Here’s how the 2015 college football postseason could look for the rest of the SEC:

Camping World Independence Bowl: Kentucky vs. Miami (FL)
AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl: Auburn vs. West Virginia
Birmingham Bowl: Texas A&M vs. Temple
Belk Bowl: Tennessee vs. Duke
Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl: Arkansas vs. Penn State
AutoZone Liberty Bowl: Ole Miss vs. Texas Tech
TaxSlayer Bowl: Georgia vs. Florida State
Outback Bowl: Mississippi State vs. Michigan
Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl: Florida vs. Michigan State
Allstate Sugar Bowl (NY6): LSU vs. Iowa
Cotton Bowl (CFP Semifinal): Alabama vs. Oklahoma State

Teams not receiving a bowl bid: Missouri, South Carolina, Vanderbilt

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Teams like Florida and Mississippi State continue to climb the ladder of bowl supremacy.  Others — particularly Ole Miss and Texas A&M — continue to play their way out of a warm weather bowl bid.

But with four weeks remaining in the regular season (including championship week), there’s still a lot of football to be played; these projections could look completely different with a few upsets next week.

As it stands, this is Southbound and Down‘s best attempt at predicting the SEC’s postseason — for now.