What bowl games are the UCLA football team projected to go to from various college football publications?
Unlike where the Bruins are projected to finish in the Pac-12 this season, the predictions for bowl games vary with the expectation of two to which bowl game UCLA is predicted to play.
Some publications are even predicting that UCLA is a “dark horse” to make the College Football Playoffs this season. However, most of the publications that are predicting where teams will play in the numerous bowl games vary from site to site.
History of Bowl Game: Las Vegas Bowl
Last Bowl Game: Oregon State 30 Florida 3, Dec. 17, 2022
UCLA’s LV Bowl Record: 1-2, with a win against New Mexico (2002) and losses to Wyoming (2004) and BYU (2007)
247 Sports is predicting that UCLA will play Kentucky in the Las Vegas Bowl.
The Las Vegas Bowl has been a popular bowl game with fans and media alike more than you may think. The bowl game has been praised for its exciting atmosphere and its location in the vibrant city of Las Vegas is a place fans are willing to travel to. The bowl has also been a financial success, generating millions of dollars in revenue for the host city and the participating schools in years past.
The Las Vegas Bowl is a classic bowl game that has provided fans with many memorable moments over the years like the 2021 game that saw Wisconsin defeat Arizona State by only seven points. The game is sure to continue to be a popular destination for college football fans for many years to come and the Bruins going to play a team from the SEC is not the worst bowl choice for UCLA to end their season.
History of Bowl Game: Alamo Bowl
Last Bowl Game: Washington 27 Texas 20, Dec. 29, 2022
UCLA’s Alamo Bowl Record: 1-0, with a win against Kansas State in 2015.
College Football News is projecting that the Bruins will play Oklahoma in the Valero Alamo Bowl.
The Valero Alamo Bowl is a classic bowl game that has provided fans with many memorable moments over the years. The game is sure to continue to be a popular destination for college football fans for many years to come.
Here are some interesting facts about the Valero Alamo Bowl:
*The bowl is named after Valero Energy Corporation, a San Antonio-based oil and gas company.
*The Valero Alamo Bowl is the second-largest bowl game in Texas, behind the Cotton Bowl Classic.
*The Valero Alamo Bowl has an average attendance of over 60,000 fans per game.
*The Valero Alamo Bowl has generated over $1 billion in economic impact for the city of San Antonio.
*The Valero Alamo Bowl has contributed over $100 million to higher education through team payouts and local scholarships.