Predicting bowl destinations for college football teams is kind of like predicting which Nicolas Cage movie will actually be good—you just never know.
However, I'm willing to take a shot at it.
Who knows, I could have a Leaving Las Vegas on my hands...either that or Ghost Rider.
Reader, you have been warned.
A team with no apparent weaknesses, the Sooners should crush their competition.
A dominating defense plus a very manageable SEC schedule equals Championship game.
Winners of the new Pac-12 will be booking a trip to Pasadena this January.
A tough road schedule leads to the Tigers' satisfying their sweet tooth in the Sugar Bowl.
An improving Seminole squad will be looking to reclaim its powerhouse status.
They will make their reservations at the Chick-Fil-A Bowl.
The Cardinals will be battling Oregon for the Pac-12 title—they will always remember their trip to the Alamo Bowl
Yet another chance to be a national player for the Broncos, they will be hoping for a good party at the Fiesta Bowl.
A killer schedule will keep the Cowboys from contending for the Big-12 title, leading to a trip to San Antonio.
The experienced Aggies are a dangerous bunch.
New Orleans will offer up its southern hospitality in January.
The perfect bowl for the massive Badger team—steak with all the fixins'.
A trip west will warm the hearts and bodies of Husker fans come January.
Coach Steve Spurrier has the Gamecocks poised for another strong year.
Their explosive offense will lead them to the Outback.
A very favorable schedule coupled with a very talented team should lead the Hokies to the Sunshine state for the Orange bowl.
The pass-happy Hog offense will propel Arkansas to a trip to Dallas.
There won't be the expected drop-off for the Horned Frogs this year—expect them to be back in this BCS bowl.
The beleaguered Buckeyes still have a fine team.
They can charge their bowl trip to a Capital One card.
A brutal road schedule will come back to bite them, leading them to the Gator bowl.
A cream puff schedule coupled with an improving team will reacquaint the Fighting Irish with the Cotton bowl.
Where do you go after losing Cam Newton?
Well, for the Tigers, they end up in Atlanta on New Year's Eve.
Coach Mullen has resurrected the Bulldog program.
The Liberty bowl will be their reward this season.
The Tigers face five bowl teams on the road. If they can get through that, a warm desert welcome awaits.
A good schedule plus a talented, underrated team lands the Bulldogs in the former Citrus bowl.
A new head coach realistically will have the Gators playing in this aptly-named bowl.
Coach Mack Brown was disappointed in last year's squad. Look for the Longhorns to bounce back with a vengeance.
A veteran Nittany Lion team (which Joe Pa will appreciate), should have enough to make it all the way to Arizona.
So there you have it.
Was this a Kick-ass list or did I roll Snake Eyes?
If you have an issue with any of these I'd be more than happy to have a Face Off with you in the comment section.