Bowl Projections 2012: Florida and Florida State projected to get BCS bids

Robert Mayer-US PRESSWIRE

Both Florida and Florida State might get BCS bowl games according to the latest projections.

Florida and Florida State are both scheduled to get BCS bowl games this winter, according to Jerry Palm of CBSSports.com. Palm has Florida playing Louisville in the Sugar Bowl while predicting that Florida State will play Boise State in the Fiesta Bowl.

Florida and Florida State will also play each other on Nov. 24.

Miami (FL) is scheduled to play Stanford in the Sun Bowl and Central Florida will play Tennessee in the Liberty Bowl, both on Dec. 31., according to Palm.

SB Nation is predicting that Florida State will play Boise State in the Orange Bowl while projecting Florida and Wisconsin in the Capital One Bowl. They also have Miami (FL) playing UCLA in the Sun Bowl and Central Florida in the Heart of Dallas Bowl versus Iowa.

Both Palm and SB Nation are predicting that Oregon State will play Nebraska in the Rose Bowl while Alabama will play Oregon in the BCS National Championship game on Jan. 7.

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