Sunday, November 25, 2018

The final list of bowl eligible teams for 2018.

It's all over but the crying. The 2018 college football regular season is over, and if you're 6-6  or better, you're headed for a bowl game. If you're 5-7 or worse, you might be spending the next month or so looking for a new head coach.

Here's the final list of bowl eligible teams. Enjoy.

Power Five Conferences


ACC

Clemson (12-0)

Syracuse (9-3)

North Carolina State (8-3)

Boston College (7-5)

Pitt (7-5)

Georgia Tech (7-5)

Miami (7-5)

Duke (7-5)

Wake Forest (6-6)

Big 12 

Oklahoma (11-1)

Texas (9-3)

West Virginia (8-3)

Iowa State (7-4)

TCU (6-6)

Baylor (6-6)

Oklahoma State (6-6)

Big Ten 

Ohio State (11-1)

Michigan (10-2)

Penn State (9-3)

Northwestern (8-4)

Iowa (8-4)

Michigan State (7-5)

Wisconsin (7-5)

Minnesota (6-6)

Purdue (6-6)

Pac-12

Washington State (10-2)

Washington (9-3)

Utah (9-3)

Oregon (8-4)

Arizona State (7-5)

Stanford (7-4)

Cal (7-4)

SEC 

Alabama (12-0)

Georgia (11-1)

Florida (9-3)

LSU (9-3)

Kentucky (9-3)

Texas A&M (8-4)

Mississippi State (8-4)

Missouri (8-4)

Auburn (7-5)

Vanderbilt (6-6)

Group of Five Conferences 


American Athletic Conference 

Central Florida (11-0)

Cincinnati (10-2)

Temple (8-4)

Memphis (8-4)

South Florida (7-5)

Tulane (6-6)

Conference USA 

UAB (9-3)

North Texas (9-3)

Middle Tennessee (8-4)

Florida International (8-4)

Marshall (8-3)

Louisiana Tech (7-5)

Southern Miss (6-5)

MAC

Buffalo (10-2)

Ohio (8-4)

Northern Illinois (7-5)

Eastern Michigan (7-5)

Toledo (7-5)

Western Michigan (7-5)

Mountain West 

Boise State (10-2)

Fresno State (10-2)

Utah State (10-2)

Nevada (7-5)

Hawai'i (8-5)

San Diego State (7-5)

Sun Belt

Appalachan State (9-2)

Troy (9-3)

Georgia Southern (9-3)

Arkansas State (8-4)

Louisiana-Lafayette (7-5)

Louisiana-Monroe (6-6)

Independents 

Notre Dame (12-0)

Army (9-2)

BYU (6-6)









Sunday, November 18, 2018

Miami, Oklahoma State, and four other teams become postseason eligible following Week 12.

Week 12 is over, and seven teams clicked their ticket to a postseason bowl with their sixth win of the season.

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Is LSU fated to play in the 2018 Peach Bowl?

Is LSU a sure thing for the 2018 Peach Bowl? Five out of the seven college postseason prognosticators SWRT surveyed have the Tigers headed to Atlanta following Week 11 of the college football season.

Will Central Florida play in the 2019 Fiesta Bowl?

Which teams will play in the 2019 Fiesta Bowl? Currently 9-0 Central Florida is projected to be heading to Glendale, Arizona on Jan. 1, 2019 by four of the seven college football prognosticators surveyed by SWRT. Depending on who you believe, either Florida, LSU, Penn State, or Texas could be their opponent.

Monday, November 12, 2018

Texas A&M and Missouri join Alabama and six SEC other teams eligible for the 2018 college football postseason.

Texas A&M and Missouri finally joined the group of SEC teams that have the six-plus wins needed to be considered eligible for at least a 2018 postseason bowl game. The addition of the Aggies and Mizzou Tigers brings the number of postseason eligible SEC teams to nine.

Sunday, November 11, 2018

Pitt, Northwestern, South Carolina are now postseason bowl eligible.

Week 11 of the 2018 college football season is over, meaning its time to see which teams are headed to at least a postseason bowl, and which teams are in danger of missing out.

Sunday, November 4, 2018

Alabama, Auburn, UGA, three other SEC teams eligible for a postseason bowl game.

Postseason Eligibility Watch

Week 10 saw Auburn join Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Kentucky, and Florida in the group of SEC schools with the six or more wins needed to be considered eligible for 2018 postseason play.

Auburn, ten more college football teams become eligible for the 2018 postseason.

Bowl Eligibility Watch

Week 9 of the 2018 college football season is over. For some teams, the hopes for a postseason bowl game are also over. (Hi there, UCLA!) But hope is still alive for a few three-win teams, and even for a couple of two-wins via scheduling quirks.