The Boston College Week 13 bowl projections are literally all over the map, if you pull out an atlas of the United States.
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With a 6-4 record on an ACC team, they are all but guaranteed to get a bowl invitation. A few weeks ago, it seemed much clearer from where the invitation would be coming.
Now, following a disappointing Boston College loss to Louisville on November 8, and Notre Dame a near certainty to budge into the ACC bowl tie-ins, the Eagles are less desirable for more desirable bowl games. Or are they?
There is no consensus out there as to where Boston College goes in December.
Boston College Week 13 Bowl Projections: Syracuse.com
Patrick Stevens has shoved the Eagles into the Quick Lane Bowl in Detroit on December 26. In this case, he all but admits that we would be there for the sake of being there. This one would be a draw for local alumni and not many more.
Boston College Week 13 Bowl Projections: Phil Steele
Steele has the Eagles going to New York City for the Pinstripe Bowl on December 27. There, Boston College would draw the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, a foe from the old Big East days.
Boston College Week 13 Bowl Projections: SB Nation
Just like almost every other week in which we have done this, Jason Kirk sends the Eagles to the Quick Lane Bowl against Western Michigan. That’s his story and he’s sticking to it.
Boston College Week 13 Bowl Projections: Sporting News
A new one appears on the board as Bill Bender sends Boston College out to El Paso for the Sun Bowl on December 27. There, the Eagles would face the Utah Utes, a team they have never seen but which has been a tough out.
Boston College Week 13 Bowl Projections: CBS Sports
Finally, Jerry Palm is keeping Boston College in the Military Bowl on December 27 against the Cincinnati Bearcats. In terms of travel time and destination, the fans could do worse than Annapolis.