ACC Football 2012 Postseason Bowl Projections: Week Seven

Duke Continues to March Closer Toward Their First Bowl Berth in 18 Seasons

Below is a list of bowl-eligible ACC teams, and which games they’d be headed to. No team has clinched making or missing the postseason just yet, but there’s little reason why that would stop us from making these random predictions based on a half-season sample. Disagree with any of these? Share your own picks below.

ACC Bowl Projections 2012: Week Seven

Discover Orange Bowl: Florida State Seminoles (5-1) vs. BCS at-large

Chick-fil-a Bowl: Clemson Tigers (5-1) vs. SEC

Russell Athletics Bowl: Miami Hurricanes (4-2) vs. Big East

Hyundai Sun Bowl: Duke Blue Devils (5-1) vs. Pac-12

Belk Bowl: NC State Wolfpack (4-2) vs. Big East

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl: Virginia Tech Hokies (3-3) vs. SEC

AdvoCare 100 Independence Bowl: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (2-4) vs. SEC

Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman: Wake Forest Demon Deacons (3-3) vs. C-USA

We also see Pittsburgh (2-3) going to the Pinstripe Bowl as the Big East’s fourth-place representative.

We’ll be updating these each week, so be sure to check back throughout the season.

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2 thoughts on “ACC Football 2012 Postseason Bowl Projections: Week Seven

    • I’d agree with that. Though I bet both Techs would prefer to go to a better bowl.

      Clemson, too, will likely want an invite to a BCS game. Whether they can pull that down depends on outside factors, too, but given the relative weakness of non-AQs, the B1G and Big East, I don’t think it’s all that farfetched to think we’ll see a second bid if Clemson finishes with one loss. This is also dependent on Notre Dame, however. The final at-large spot may end up coming down to ND and Clemson, and we all know who takes that (not the Tigers).

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