Where They Going: Bowl Game Round-Up

The Round-Up will be well represented in the coming bowl season, fully seven Texas schools will be participating. After much speculation, plus lots of blood sweat and tears have come to this, where they going?

December 30th

Oregon vs. Texas - Alamo Bowl

The Ducks aren't quite where they hoped they'd be, you know, San Antonio instead of Pasadena. Dear Oregon fans, check out the river, take in a Spurs game, and don't destroy the Horns. I mean this may be Mack's swan song.

Arizona State vs. Texas Tech - Holiday Bowl

Am I wrong or is this a better bowl than the Alamo Bowl and if so why didn't San Diego take Texas? Oh well, gear up Tech, Arizona State may have Mario Grice back and you guys really need a win to stem the tide of five straight ass kickings.

December 31st

Rice vs. Mississippi State - Liberty Bowl

C-USA champs Rice get Dan Mullen's lads in Memphis. This would be a historic win for the Owls and cap another great season by David Bailiff and crew.

Duke vs. Texas A&M - Chick-Fil-A Bowl

The Ags aren't exactly where they thought they'd be either. No Sugar Bowl, instead they'll eat more chicken in Hotlanta. This is actually a better fate than either the Gator or the Capital One, it's the only game in town really on New Years Eve. Duke can surprise you though, just ask the ACC.

January 1st

North Texas vs. UNLV - Heart of Dallas Bowl

Congrats on breaking the longest bowl drought in the FBS Mean Green. Just head down I-35 and take a left on i-30 and stop wear you smell the faint scent of fried butter. The Mean Green should match up well with the Rebels, I mean it ain't a basketball game.

Baylor vs. Central Florida - Fiesta Bowl

The Bears have the greatest season in school history and will put a cherry on top by blasting out the UCF Knights in Glendale. Sell those tickets Baylor, we'd hate for the stadium to be half full.

January 4th

Vanderbilt vs. Houston - BBVA Compass Bowl

Houston gets a trip to Birmingham to take on a game Vandy team. They'll be breaking in a new playcaller for this year as Travis Bush again takes the reigns, this time with Doug Meacham's departure to TCU. James Franklin hasn't been lured out of Nashville...yet.