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To start preparing relatives for your possible absence from holiday festivities:

 

Birmingham Bowl - 12/30/2015   Noon / ESPN
Birmingham, Ala. – vs. SEC

St. Petersburg Bowl - 12/26/2015   11:00am / ESPN
St. Petersburg, Fla. – vs. Conference USA

Miami Beach Bowl - 12/21/2015   2:30pm / ESPN
Miami, Fla. – vs. Conference USA

Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman - 12/28/2015   2:30pm / ESPN2 ***
Annapolis, Md. – vs. ACC

Sheraton Hawaii Bowl - 12/24/2015   8:00pm / ESPN
Honolulu, Hawaii – vs. Mountain West

Marmot Boca Raton Bowl - 12/22/2015  7:00pm / ESPN
Boca Raton, Fla. – vs. MAC

AutoNation Cure Bowl - 12/19/2015  7:00pm / CBSSN
Orlando, Fla. – vs. Sun Belt

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I hope next year the AAC has a better bowl lineup.. This sucks. But I guess the positive take away from this is I suspect the AAC will win 6 out of the 7 games. Our big 4 in Navy, Houston, Memphis and Temple will all get under matched, (with the exception of the new years 6 bowl) and probably win their games. Which leaves the other 3 games to USF, Cincy, (who are both very talented and getting the weaker games so they should win) and Tulsa (who btw is 3-0 this year against the group of 5). This is the AAC's year and bowl lineup to prove that we are closer to power status than the group of 5 status.

Btw UConn is 1 win away from bowl eligibility at 5-5, but have games vs Houston and Temple, so I am not expecting them to win again. Tulsa meanwhile, has games vs Navy and Tulane. East Carolina probably has better odds at making it than UConn, even at 4-6 due to their remaining games vs UCF, and Cincy.

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Unless we win the conference I really do see us headed to the Beach Bowl or St. Pete. I'd prefer St. pete just from a vacation standpoint (it's much easier for my vacation scheduling), but if I can get ahead of my work schedule than I can probably make Miami work-I'll just be hightailing it out of Miami as soon as the game's over.

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I hope next year the AAC has a better bowl lineup.. This sucks. But I guess the positive take away from this is I suspect the AAC will win 6 out of the 7 games. Our big 4 in Navy, Houston, Memphis and Temple will all get under matched, (with the exception of the new years 6 bowl) and probably win their games. Which leaves the other 3 games to USF, Cincy, (who are both very talented and getting the weaker games so they should win) and Tulsa (who btw is 3-0 this year against the group of 5). This is the AAC's year and bowl lineup to prove that we are closer to power status than the group of 5 status.

Btw UConn is 1 win away from bowl eligibility at 5-5, but have games vs Houston and Temple, so I am not expecting them to win again. Tulsa meanwhile, has games vs Navy and Tulane. East Carolina probably has better odds at making it than UConn, even at 4-6 due to their remaining games vs UCF, and Cincy.

Yes, next year we have a better lineup.  Next year is the year we want to go to St Pete if not in the Peach or Cotton.  Here's the lineup for next year:

Peach, Cotton, or Fiesta (If highest ranked Conf. champ.)

Birmingham Bowl
Birmingham, Ala. – vs. SEC

St. Petersburg Bowl
St. Petersburg, Fla. – vs. ACC

Miami Beach Bowl
Miami, Fla. – vs. MAC

Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman
Annapolis, Md. – vs. ACC

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl
Fort Worth, Texas – vs. Big 12

Bahamas Bowl
Nassau Bahamas – vs. MAC

Marmot Boca Raton Bowl
Boca Raton, Fla. – vs. Conference USA

AutoNation Cure Bowl
Orlando, Fla. – vs. Sun Belt

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