Big 12 Bowl Projections – Week 4

    Big 12 bowl projections for Week 4. Texas' loss at California dropped it from its projected spot in the College Football Playoff and leaves the Big 12 without a representative.

    September 16, 2016


    Big 12 bowl projections for Week 4. Texas’ loss at California dropped it from its projected spot in the College Football Playoff and leaves the Big 12 without a representative.


    Texas’ late loss at Cal dropped it out of the College Football Playoff in our projections and leaves the Big 12 without representation.

    Oklahoma’s loss to Ohio State makes it look like it’s going to be tough for the conference to make up the ground to get any team in the CFP.

    Here’s a look at where Big 12 teams could be headed come bowl season.

    Week 4 Big 12 Bowl Projections

    Cactus Bowl

    Date: Dec. 27
    Location: Tempe, Arizona
    Tie-ins: Big 12/Pac-12
    Cactus Bowl Projection: Texas vs. Arizona

    Texas Bowl

    Date: Dec. 28
    Location: Houston, Texas
    Tie-ins: Big 12/SEC
    Texas Bowl Projection: Baylor vs. Arkansas

    Armed Forces Bowl

    Date: Dec. 23
    Location: Fort Worth, Texas
    Tie-ins: AAC/Big 12/Navy (automatically takes spot if eligible)
    Armed Forces Bowl Projection: West Virginia vs. Navy

    Russell Athletic Bowl

    Date: Dec. 28
    Location: Orlando, Florida
    Tie-ins: ACC/Big 12
    Russell Athletic Bowl Projection: Oklahoma vs. Notre Dame

    Alamo Bowl

    Date: Dec. 29
    Location: San Antonio, Texas
    Tie-ins: Big 12/Pac-12
    Alamo Bowl Projection: Oklahoma State vs. USC

    Liberty Bowl

    Date: Dec. 30
    Location: Memphis, Tennessee
    Tie-ins: Big 12/SEC
    Liberty Bowl Projection: Texas Tech vs. South Carolina

    Sugar Bowl

    Date: Jan. 2
    Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
    Tie-ins: Big 12/SEC
    Sugar Bowl Projection: TCU vs. Ole Miss

    MORE: Complete College Football Bowl Projections – Week 4

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