Bowl game projections 2012: UCLA to Alamo Bowl, USC to Kraft Fight Hunger

Jeff Gross

Recapping the latest Pac-12 bowl projections from ESPN.

It was a wild weekend in college football. With just one week remaining in the regular season, teams are running out of time to improve their resumé with signature victories.

ESPN released their latest round of bowl game projections on Sunday night and believe the UCLA Bruins will play in the Valero Alamo Bowl in San Antonio. As for the slumping USC Trojans, ESPN thinks they'll take the Pac-12's sixth bowl slot and head to San Francisco to play the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. That's quite the drop off for a team so many liked to win the National Championship just three months ago.

As for the rest of the conference, the Stanford Cardinal are projected to make the Rose Bowl. The Oregon Ducks had their hearts set on the BCS National Championship, but now the experts think they'll play in the Fiesta Bowl following their loss over the weekend.

The Oregon State Beavers were picked to make the Holiday Bowl in San Diego. The Washington Huskies would play in the Sun Bowl, and the Arizona Wildcats would head to the Las Vegas Bowl. The Arizona State Sun Devils would get the Pac-12's final bowl slot and play in the New Mexico Bowl in mid-December.

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