Who Could Be Playing in the Valero Alamo Bowl?

We’re entering Week Six of the college football season, and predictions on who will be playing in the Alamodome on December 28th are continuing to roll in. The last three Valero Alamo Bowl games have been Top 15 matchups, and it’s looking like that could continue into this year’s game with eight teams from the Big 12 and Pac-12 currently ranked in the AP Top 25.

This week media outlets have #8 TCU, #15 Oklahoma State and #23 West Virginia as Big 12 possibilities for the Valero Alamo Bowl, while #11 Washington State, #14 USC, Oregon and Stanford are their current Pac-12 picks to head to San Antonio.

 

Media Projections – Week 6

Media Outlet                                   Big 12                               Pac-12

CBS Sports (Jerry Palm)               Oklahoma State                Oregon

Sporting News (Bill Bender)         West Virginia                     Stanford

ESPN (Kyle Bonagura)                 Oklahoma State                 USC

ESPN (David M. Hale)                  Oklahoma State                 WSU

SB Nation (Jason Kirk)                 Oklahoma State                 USC

DieHards (Alec Shirkey)                TCU                                  WSU

 

This week’s key game to watch is #8 TCU vs. #23 West Virginia this Saturday at 2:30 p.m. ESPN’s College Gameday will be televised from Fort Worth, Texas to highlight this top Big 12 matchup.

Pick the winner of this game and nine other matchups this week in our You Pick’em Contest for your chance to win a VIP Experience at this year’s Valero Alamo Bowl.

In celebration of the Valero Alamo Bowl’s 25th Anniversary, we talked to some of our long-time partners who discussed the event’s growth and positive impact on the city of San Antonio. Watch below to see some of their favorite memories from the last 25 years!

Secure the best seats and prices for this year’s Valero Alamo Bowl by clicking here or calling our Ticket Service Representative Chevy Cawlfield at 210-704-6387. Ticket prices will increase after October 30.

Updated October 2, 2017

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