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Time to predict the non-BCS Pac-12 bowl games after Christmas. The season record is 67-24.
Bridgepoint Education Holiday, Dec. 28
Texas 24, California 21: Cal finished strong, Texas did not, but we still worry about the Bears. You want to believe. This feels like a defensive struggle, but Texas should have enough offense to win this in the fourth quarter.
Valero Alamo, Dec. 29
Baylor 44, Washington 38: The Huskies' defense might surprise some folks early, and the offense should be able to keep up with Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III for a while. Just not for four quarters.
Hyundai Sun, Dec. 31
Utah 20, Georgia Tech 17: The Utes have a good run defense anyway, but extra time to prepare for Georgia Tech's option is a big boost. And the Yellow Jackets aren't terribly strong against the run, which should give the Utes' mostly one-dimensional offense a chance.
Kraft Fight Hunger, Dec. 31
Illinois 20, UCLA 14: Both teams enter amid down circumstances — fired coaches, late-season embarrassment. Both teams have damaging player suspensions/ineligibility. The difference is that, despite everything, Illinois does something well play defense and UCLA does not.
Time to predict the non-BCS Pac-12 bowl games after Christmas. The season record is 67-24.Bridgepoint Education Holiday, Dec. 28Texas 24, California 21: Cal finished strong, Texas did not, but we still worry about the Bears.