Pac-12 has the table set for a bowl game feast — will it eat?

The Pac-12 might not take advantage of its bowl matchups. We will have to wait and see. Yet, on paper, the matchups certainly look good for the conference, which has split its first two bowl games this postseason.

Oregon State won the Vegas Bowl. Washington State lost the L.A. Bowl. Now we move to the five remaining bowls for the Pac-12. They’re all favorable for the conference.

Oregon should roll up the points against North Carolina in the Holiday Bowl.

UCLA faces an undermanned Pitt team in the Sun Bowl.

Washington gets to play Texas in the Alamo Bowl with Texas running back Bijan Robinson out of the Longhorns’ lineup.

USC faces Tulane in the Cotton Bowl.

Utah goes up against Penn State and its average quarterback, Sean Clifford, in the Rose Bowl.

The Pac-12 should definitely go 4-1 in those games, if not 5-0 … at least if the conference is as good as we think it is.

We had more to say with Mark Rogers at The Voice of College Football.

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