BCS Bowl Projections 2012: Teams That Will Coast to Victory

Phil G@FuturePhilGCorrespondent IDecember 9, 2012

BCS Bowl Projections 2012: Teams That Will Coast to Victory

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    Who's ready for bowl fever? What an exciting time for football fans.

    We have the experienced teams returning, with a few friendly new faces joining the fold. With 35 bowl games at our disposal, this should be a very merry Christmas for all.

    Without further ado, here are three teams that will coast to easy victories in the college football bowl season.  

Hyundai Sun Bowl: USC Trojans vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

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    A disappointing season for both Matt Barkley and USC. This was a team with championship aspirations that was let down by a talented, but underachieving defense. 

    Barkley may be questionable to play in this game, but if he does suit, expect this Trojans offense to flourish against this Georgia Tech defense. 

    Georgia Tech may try to slow down the game on the strength of their excellent run attack, but this Trojans offense will prove to much. 

    USC 45, Georgia Tech 21

Capital One Bowl: Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Georgia Bulldogs

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    The Georgia Bulldogs, who should be angry after just falling short of a BCS national championship bid, will now turn their attention to a somewhat struggling Nebraska Cornhuskers team. 

    Nebraska shockingly gave up nearly 600 rushing yards to Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship and will face a explosive Georgia offense. 

    This won't be pretty for Nebraska. Give me Georgia in a big win. 

    Georgia 51, Nebraska 28

Rose Bowl: Stanford Cardinal vs. Wisconsin Badgers

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    Stanford is in the midst of a seven-game winning streak, all on the strength of its ferocious defense that is allowing only 17.5 points per game. 

    What a job David Shaw is doing with this Cardinal team. His Cardinal will face a tough Wisconsin running attack that recently put up nearly 600 rushing yards against Nebraska in the Big Ten Championship Game. 

    The key to this game will be at the line of scrimmage. I give a big edge to Stanford. 

    Stanford 45, Wisconsin 21