College Football Bowl Games: Predicting BCS and New Year's Bowl Games

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College Football Bowl Games: Predicting BCS and New Year's Bowl Games
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Stanford senior running back Tyler Gaffney.

It’s time to ring in the New Year!

On New Year's Day, BCS games will be played, along with other highly anticipated bowl matchups.

Oregon will look to get its 11th win of the season in the Alamo Bowl against a Texas squad that will be playing for head coach Mack Brown in his final game at the helm.

On New Year’s Eve, Johnny Manziel and Texas A&M will hope to take down a surprisingly talented Duke team.

The day will start off with the Capital One Bowl between Wisconsin and South Carolina, then move into the afternoon with the “Granddaddy of Them All” between two physical opponents in Stanford and Michigan State. At night, Baylor will look to finish off its impressive season with a win against a one-loss UCF squad.

As we move toward the weekend, Alabama will hope to avoid a potential upset to Oklahoma in the Sugar Bowl, while Ohio State will try to shut down Clemson in the Orange Bowl. Two old Big 12 opponents will also square off, as Oklahoma State and Missouri will battle it out in Jerry World.

With much to still look forward to in the 2013-14 bowl season, here are the predicted outcomes of all of the matchups leading up to the weekend and the final BCS National Championship Game.

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