Welcome to the fifth installment of the weekly Bleacher Report Bowl Projection series.
In the following pages you will find specific articles regarding the 15 highest paying bowls, detailing how the teams were chosen and who the possibilities are for those particular contests.
The remaining 20 bowls are divided among the 11 events who pay out less than $1 million to the participants and the nine who pay between $1 million and $1.9 million.
Summary and analysis is presented for all 35 bowl games.
The choices are prepared on a weekly basis, reflecting the outcomes of past games and the upcoming schedules.
Reader participation is encouraged by way of leaving comments with your own view of how the bowl matchups will develop over the course of the regular season.
The final analysis will contain the imprint from the comments of readers as well as the personal view of the writer. Remember, you make a difference in who is listed in this series concerning the schools and the choice of bowl destination.
Changes are made each week to reflect the ongoing mystery concerning the top teams in each conference and how bowl tie-ins will affect the future of the schools in question.
Please note the order of the bowls will be listed in the old American way of doing business, by how much money the schools are paid for playing in the game.
We provide the information concerning the different conference connections to bowls; we ask that you provide the teams who will go to these contests so we may present a consensus regarding how the readers see continuing developments.
Now that we've covered the bases, let us take a look at how the events of last Saturday affected your team and its postseason destination.