If UCLA loses to USC, and loses again to Oregon (I presuppose that Oregon will
be Oregon State here), they end up with a losing record at 6-7 and don't go
bowling. The NCAA will not issue a waiver due to the number of teams that will
qualify for bowls, which will fill all spots. Thus, the New Mexico Bowl is out
of play for the Pac-12 regardless; and, should both Oregon and Stanford reach
BCS bowls, the Kraft Fight Hunger would also be out of play. Based
on the fact that bowls don't like to have repeat bids necessarily, I doubt the
Maaco Bowl Las Vegas would consider Utah, nor would the Holiday Bowl consider
Washington this year. My prediction for the Utes is that they end
up in the Holiday; Washington to Alamo; Cal to Sun; and ASU to Las Vegas.
New Mexico bowl? Bwaaaaahaaaaahaaaa that would be hilarious.
Dirk, will you please go back and correct every Saturday to Friday which Friday
the 25th clearly was?
Please please, please bowl guys....Not the New Mexico Bowl against
Air Force.Not the Maaco Bowl Las Vegas against TCU.Those
would be like being back in the Mountain Worst Conference.The Kraft
Fight Hunger Bowl wouldn't be bad because beating the ACC's #9 team would be a
big step to next years PAC-12 Championship.Maybe the Hyundai Sun
Bowl will look past Washington, California and Arizona State and extent an
invitation.In any case it is off to a bowl and a successful inagural
Looks like Dave Kruger is taking a page out of Chris B's book and guaranteeing a
win in the bowl game.
Word out of Albuquerque is the Utes are bowling here against Wyoming or SMU
not the rosebowl? what happened?
The Utes better hope that Stanford beats Notre Dame or the Utes will be headed
to the New Mexico Bowl.