Bowl game projections: Arizona to Las Vegas, ASU to New Mexico

Rick Scuteri-US PRESSWIRE

Examining the latest round of bowl game projections for the Pac-12.

Just one weekend of college football remains for teams to try and improve their bowl game resumé. Both the Arizona Wildcats and Arizona St. Sun Devils have reached bowl eligibility, and their game on Friday will play a big role in determining where the two programs end up playing their postseason game in December.

The latest round of bowl projections from ESPN has the Wildcats heading to Las Vegas to play in the MAACO Bowl. As for the Sun Devils, ESPN sees them taking up the Pac-12's last bowl slot at the New Mexico Bowl.

As for the rest of the conference, the Stanford Cardinal were picked to make the Rose Bowl. Oregon would play in the Fiesta Bowl. The Pac-12 South champion UCLA Bruins would play for the Alamo Bowl, and Oregon State would play in the Holiday Bowl.

The Washington Huskies are projected to make the Sun Bowl. In what would be a surprising turn of events, ESPN sees the preseason No. 1 USC Trojans playing in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl.

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