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Pac-12 Bowl Projections – Week 15

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Pac-12 bowl projections after Championship Saturday. Washington is the league champ, but are the Huskies a lock for the College Football Playoff?

Washington claimed the Pac-12 title on Friday night, taking home a 41-10 victory over Colorado behind Myles Gaskin’s 159 yards on the ground. Chris Petersen and the Huskies are now waiting to see if they did enough in the College Football Playoff selection committee’s eyes to warrant one of four semifinal spots.

Meanwhile, the Buffaloes are projected to go to the Alamo Bowl, where they would face Oklahoma State. USC, which is one of the hottest teams in the country, is slated to face Penn State in the Rose Bowl.

Which bowl is your favorite Pac-12 team projected to play in this postseason?

Week 15 Pac-12 Bowl Projections

Holiday Bowl

Date: Dec. 27
Location: San Diego, California
Tie-ins: Big Ten/Pac-12
Holiday Bowl Projection: Minnesota vs. Utah

Cactus Bowl

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

Foster Farms Bowl

Date: Dec. 28
Location: Santa Clara, California
Tie-ins: Big Ten/Pac-12
Foster Farms Bowl Projection: Northwestern vs. Washington State

Alamo Bowl

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

Sun Bowl

Date: Dec. 30
Location: El Paso, Texas
Tie-ins: ACC/Pac-12
Sun Bowl Projection: North Carolina vs. Stanford

Rose Bowl

Date: Jan. 2
Location: Pasadena, California
Tie-ins: Big Ten/Pac-12
Rose Bowl Projection: Penn State vs. USC

Peach Bowl – College Football Playoff Semifinal

Date: Dec. 31
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Tie-ins: CFP No. 1/CFP No. 4
Peach Bowl Projection: Alabama vs. Washington

MORE: Final 2016-17 College Football Bowl Projections

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