The number of teams eligible for bowls was upped to 64 Friday with wins by West Virginia and Central Michigan. Six more must qualify for there to be enough teams to fill the 35 bowls. If there are slots open, the five teams with the highest APRs will be placed in a pool and the bowls can negotiate with the teams to fill their vacancies.
If you want to start your own bowl watch, here are the teams "on the bowl bubble."
Wake Forest - plays Vanderbilt
Virginia Tech - plays Virginia
Baylor - plays Texas Tech
Purdue - plays Indiana
Michigan State - plays at Minnesota
SMU - plays Tulsa
Rice - plays at UTEP
Ole Miss - plays Miss. State
Missouri - plays at Texas A&M
Troy - plays at Middle Tennessee
Pitt must win its last two games to be bowl eligible. It plays Rutgers today.
- Lya Wodraska
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