Right, so we know that Auburn and Florida State will play in the National Championship Game/Rose Bowl, but here are the others – if the rumor mill is right:

SUGAR BOWL/TWO HISTORIC PROGRAM BOWL: Alabama vs Oklahoma

COTTON BOWL/ TWO TEAMS THAT MIGHT HAVE SEEN EACH OTHER BEFORE BOWL: Missouri vs Oklahoma State

GATOR BOWL/TWO TEAMS WHO COULDN’T STOP ANYONE THIS YEAR BOWL (INDEFINITE): Georgia vs Nebraska

CAPITAL ONE BOWL/ WE’VE BEEN HERE BEFORE BOWL: South Carolina vs Wisconsin

OUTBACK BOWL/ .341 VS 50,000 .341S BOWL: LSU vs Iowa

CHICK-FIL-A BOWL/ FOOTBALL’S FAIRYTALE VS JOHNNY FOOTBALL BOWL: Texas A&M vs Duke

MUSIC CITY BOWL/ YOUNG TALENT VS TRIPLE OPTION BOWL: Ole Miss vs Georgia Tech

LIBERTY BOWL/ WE PLAYED WELL AGAINST TEXAS A&M AND KEPT IT CLOSE BOWL – Mississippi State vs Rice

BBVA COMPASS BOWL/ DISAPPOINTMENT BOWL – Vanderbilt vs Houston

BOTTOM LINE: Vanderbilt fans should be furious because they’ve beaten Georgia this year, while Mississippi State can’t feel bad about a Rice match-up despite the Egg Bowl win. Ole Miss vs Georgia Tech was the battle of two ultimately disappointing 2013 teams, and we like the biggest fairytales in football meeting up when Texas A&M and Duke go head-to-head. Oh, and if you like drinking, hit up LSU and Iowa or South Carolina or Wisconsin. If you like teams that have played each other before, Missouri vs Oklahoma State’s your answer. If you like points, go to Georgia vs Michigan or Auburn vs Florida State. And if you like one-sided games, go to Alabama vs Oklahoma.

VERY EARLY PREDICTION: It would be no surprise for everyone in the SEC to win except Auburn. If Auburn wins, it’ll be the shock of the century.

According to FB Schedules, Kansas State is playing Michigan, which means that Georgia’s been slated to play Nebraska. Maybe. Phil Steele’s now reporting Georgia vs Nebraska. The ‘faux headline’ on the bowl doesn’t change. 

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