EAST LANSING, MI - OCTOBER 22: Russell Wilson #16 of the Wisconsin Badgers looks to pass while under pressure from Denicos Allen #28 of the Michigan State Spartans during the second quarter of the game at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. (Photo by Mark Cunningham/Getty Images)

Bowl Projections 2011: Which Teams Are Headed Where This Season?

Follow along with SB Nation as our writers continue to update the latest projections on what college football teams will play where come bowl season.

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2011 Bowl Projections, Week 14: LSU-Alabama Rematch And The Rest

We project not only the winners of this Saturday's conference title games, but also every college football bowl game including the six BCS matchups. LSU-Alabama seem destined for a rematch, but there's much BCS madness to be decided.

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2011 Bowl Projections, Week 13: Oklahoma State's Loss Opens Door For SEC Rematch

Last weekend's craziness actually simplified the BCS title race, but everything that comes after the championship is a mess.

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BCS Standings And Bowl Projections, Week 13: SEC Tiebreaker Now Nationally Relevant

Looking at the SEC cluster atop Week 13's BCS rankings, it's time to learn a thing or two about how the SEC settles its scores.

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Bowl Projections, Week 13: At Least The SEC Rematch Will Be Better Than The Orange Bowl

SB Nation will have superior bowl projections out on Monday, but for now, here's an attempt to make sense of the scenarios.

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2011 Bowl Projections, Week 12: New Les Miles Vs. Old Les Miles Vs. Chaos

Projecting bowl matchups following Boise State's defeat to TCU. Houston now reaches a BCS bowl, and LSU and Oklahoma State fight it out for the national title.

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Bowl Projections, Week 12: TCU Ruins Everything, Oklahoma State Holds Off The Pack

We'll have a college football bowl projections roundup Monday morning and Bill Connelly's advanced Week 12 bowl projections Monday afternoon. For now, here's an overnight look at which teams might end up where.

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2011 Bowl Projections, Week 11: Ducks, Tigers And A Potential Mess

Remember a few weeks ago, when we were wondering how the BCS might shake out with a ton of undefeated teams? Good times. Now, we're looking at a different kind of bowl game chaos.

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Bowl Projections Roundup, Week 11: Oklahoma, Stanford Not Out Of New Orleans Yet

We'll have our own complete Week 11 college football bowl projections along later, but here's a good look at where other experts are picking the chips to fall.

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BCS Standings And Bowl Projections, Week 11: The Line Forms Behind Oklahoma State

Stanford-Oregon is here to clear the BCS standings race up just a tad. We know who Alabama and Boise State fans have to root for there, but the pack still has to hope for a Stillwater setback at some point. Let's take a closer look.

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2011 Bowl Projections: Stellar Matchups And A Bama-Stanford Title Tilt

What do advanced stats and good, old-fashioned momentum have to say about the upcoming bowl season? Get ready for a hard-hitting national title game.

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Bowl Game Projections Roundup, Week 10: Can Oklahoma Steal Okie State's Title Berth?

Here's a collection of Week 10 bowl projections, all of which feature two teams from Oklahoma in BCS games. But let's not forget about the other 34 bowls, each of which needs projecting as well.

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Week 9 BCS Rankings, Bowl Projections: Can Oklahoma And Wisconsin Bounce Back?

You've seen the newest BCS standings, but what do they mean? Here are the latest BCS bowl projections, the biggest games of Week 9 and more.

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2011 BCS Rankings Projections, Week 9: Get Ready for LSU-Alabama II

Could LSU play Alabama in the BCS title game? While the season's second round of BCS standings won't be out until 8:15 pm ET, projections show the game's loser may be able to force a rematch.

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