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With three games left on their schedule, the Texas Longhorns find themselves at 6-3 and bowl eligible for the second straight season. A tough road game Saturday night at Texas Tech awaits, but if the Longhorns can escape Lubbock with a win, they have two favorable games to close out the year at home vs. Iowa State (11/17) and on the road at Kansas (11/23). Finishing at 9-3 could put Texas in position for a good bowl game. Most sports outlets and college football experts believe they will stay in the Lone Star State for their bowl game, specifically San Antonio. It’s still too early to know for sure where the ‘Horns will be taking the field for the 2018 bowl season, but some of the latest projections should have Texas fans fired up.
ESPN, Sports Illustrated, 247Sports and USA Today: Valero Alamo Bowl (San Antonio) vs. Washington
Texas fans are chomping at the bit for a trip to San Antonio’s Alamo Bowl. This is a great scenario for the Longhorns, as they would be playing in state, and there would be tons of fans in Burnt Orange packing the Alamodome on December 28th. The Alamo Bowl matches the top teams from both the Pac 12 and Big 12 conferences to not make the College Football Playoffs. If either Oklahoma or West Virginia makes the CFP and Texas finishes as runner-up in the Big 12, then they will most likely be heading to the Alamo Bowl.
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CBS Sports and SB Nation: Valero Alamo Bowl (San Antonio) vs. Utah
CBS Sports and SB Nation also like the Longhorns’ chances of playing in San Antonio, but against a different opponent. These outlets project Texas to play Utah in the Alamo Bowl. Both Utah and Washington have been two of the top teams in the Pac 12 this year and would likely make for an exciting game at the end of December.
Bleacher Report: Valero Alamo Bowl (San Antonio) vs. Arizona
Bleacher Report agrees with several other outlets that the Longhorns will be playing a Pac 12 team in the Alamo Bowl this year. They like Arizona to be matched up against the ‘Horns, but it’s too early to tell whether Texas will be headed to San Antonio or elsewhere for the college football bowl season.
Sporting News: Camping World Bowl (Orlando) vs. Pitt
A trip to the Sunshine State could be a real possibility at this point for the Longhorns. The Camping World Bowl takes place December 28th in Orlando and matches the top team from the ACC (inclusive of Notre Dame) to not make the College Football Playoffs against the second selection from the Big 12 outside of the CFP series. If Texas fails to reach the Big 12 Championship and finishes third in the Big 12, they will most likely be headed for the Camping World Bowl.