College football bowl bubble 2022: Which teams are bowl eligible, and what does everyone else need to do to get to six wins?
Bowl Eligible Teams, Who’s On The Bubble Going Into Week 11
What college football teams are already bowl eligible, which ones are out of the mix, and which teams are on the bubble with three weeks to go?
There are a few tweaks here and there – you need seven wins if two came against FCS teams (this matters for Army and Appalachian State) – but for the most part a team needs to get six wins to become bowl eligible.
That’s why the emotions were running so high on the sidelines after Kansas beat Oklahoma State on Saturday.
Below is the status of every college football team the it comes their respective bowl situations. What’s every team’s remaining schedule?
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Bowl Eligible Teams, Who’s On The Bubble
ACC | AAC | Big Ten | Big 12 | C-USA
IND | MAC | M-West | Pac-12 | SEC | Sun Belt
Bowl Projections | Rankings 1-131, By Conference
ACC Bowl Eligible Teams
Clemson, Duke, Florida State, Louisville, NC State, North Carolina, Syracuse, Wake Forest
Who Isn’t Bowl Eligible
Boston College, Virginia Tech
Will Likely Go Bowling
Pitt (5-4): at Virginia, Duke, at Miami
Bowl Bubble/Likely Won’t Go Bowling
Georgia Tech (4-5): Miami, at North Carolina, at Georgia
Miami (4-5): at Georgia Tech, at Clemson, Pitt
Virginia (3-6): Pitt, Coastal Carolina, at Virginia Tech
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