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Big 12 Bowl Projections – Week 8

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Big 12 bowl projections for Week 8. West Virginia dominated Texas Tech and looks like a legitimate threat in the conference.


Dana Holgorsen’s West Virginia squad sits at 5-0 after a 48-17 win at Texas Tech. The Mountaineers are a physical outfit in the Big 12, and it was quite impressive watching Tony Gibson’s defense shut down the Red Raiders offense.

Baylor remains unbeaten as well following its 49-7 win over Kansas, but we haven’t really seen the Bears get tested up to this point. Jim Grobe and Co. will face their biggest challenges in the second half of the season.

Meanwhile, Oklahoma kept its slim College Football Playoff hopes alive with a win over Kansas State.

Where does your Big 12 school land in the latest postseason projections?

Week 8 Big 12 Bowl Projections

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: Texas Tech vs. Navy

Cactus Bowl

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

Texas Bowl

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

Russell Athletic Bowl

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

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: West Virginia vs. Tulane*

Sugar Bowl

Date: Jan. 2
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
Tie-ins: Big 12/SEC
Sugar Bowl Projection: Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M

MORE: Complete College Football Bowl Projections – Week 8

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