Two potent offenses meet in Glendale, Ariz., as the Ducks and Wildcats could play a very high-scoring game.
Expect a high-scoring affair when Texas A&M and Heisman winner Johnny Manziel plays Oklahoma in the Jan. 4 Cotton Bowl.
The Sugar Bowl pits two teams surprisingly familiar with one another, as the No. 22 Louisville Cardinals and No. 4 Florida Gators face off in New Orleans.
No. 16 Northern Illinois is the first MAC team to ever earn a spot in a BCS bowl. The Huskies will try to prove they belong against No. 13 Florida State.
This should be an incredibly entertaining game between two dynamic offenses that love to spread the field with multiple formations when Mississippi State and No. 20 Northwestern face off in the Gator Bowl.
Two teams -- No. 11 South Carolina and No. 19 Michigan -- that had preseason national title aspirations will meet in Tampa in the Outback Bowl. Star Michigan QB Denard Robinson has been limited to just a running role recently, but he hopes to be able to throw in this game.
Two impressive offenses will meet up in Nashville. NC State will have its hands full against a Vanderbilt team that has won six straight contests and is playing in its own town.
The Capital One Bowl should be a high-scoring affair, as No. 6 Georgia averages 37.2 points per game, with No. 23 Nebraska averaging 35.1.
It's a rematch of the season opener for both teams. Iowa State hopes for a similar result, while Tulsa hopes to cap off its Conference USA championship season by exacting a measure of revenge.
No. 14 Clemson has the sixth-best scoring offense in the country and No. 9 LSU has the 11th best scoring defense. Something will have to give when the two teams meet in Atlanta.

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