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What Top 25 teams are most likely to play in San Antonio this year?
The Big 12 had a quiet week 11, but a Bedlam matchup between #14 Oklahoma State at #18 Oklahoma will hold major implications for the Big 12 Championship and eventually who will play in the Valero Alamo Bowl.
#17 Iowa State and #22 Texas are both back in action this week coming off a bye and will look to boost their championship chances as well.
The Pac-12 got a later start and have only competed two weeks of play.
#11 Oregon and #20 USC have maintained their spots in the Top 25 after two victories each, but the rest of the conference still remains unranked.
This Week’s Media Projections:
Who do you think it will be?
Remember, the Valero Alamo Bowl will feature the #1 selections from the Pac-12 and Big 12 conferences after the College Football Playoff selections.
This year, the Rose and Sugar bowls are hosting the Semifinal meaning the Pac-12 and Big 12 Champions will go to those bowls only if they finish in the Top 4 of the final CFP poll. If not, they will either go to the Cotton, Peach or Fiesta Bowls.
The first six Valero Alamo Bowls with this matchup were:
- 2014: #14 UCLA 40 vs. #11 Kansas State 35
- 2015: #11 TCU 47 vs. #15 Oregon 31 (3OT)
- 2016: #12 Oklahoma State 38 vs. #10 Colorado 8
- 2017: #15 TCU 39 vs. #13 Stanford 37
- 2018: #14 Washington State 28 vs. #24 Iowa State 26
- 2019: Texas 38 vs. #11 Utah 8