College Football Bowl Projections For Week 8: Is Auburn Too Strong To Stop?

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College Football Bowl Projections For Week 8: Is Auburn Too Strong To Stop?
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Welcome to the eighth installment of the weekly Bleacher Report Bowl Projection series.

Summary and analysis is presented for all 35 postseason bowl games.

In the following pages you will find specific articles regarding the 20 highest-paying bowls, each detailing how the teams were chosen and who will be the most likely contenders for these contests.

The remaining 15 bowls reward participants with payouts of less than one million dollars. These contests are listed as a group on page two of this article.

The choices presented here are updated on a weekly basis. They include the outcome of past games and a team's upcoming schedule.

Reader participation is strongly encouraged each-and-every week. All followers should feel free to leave comments regarding their impressions of bowl matchups and how these games may develop over the course of the season.

Participants that leave comments will make a difference in what schools are selected for the bowl games. Final analysis and predictions will be a combination of the readers' suggestions and the writer's personal opinions. 

The bowl presentation order reflects the amount of money paid to schools for playing in the game.

Information concerning conference affiliations to specific bowl games is part of each analysis.

We kindly ask all readers to provide their ideas and predictions of which teams go to these contests. Only with your assistance may we gather a consensus regarding the continuing developments and provide the most accurate predictions possible.

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.

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