Where and who the Crimson Tide are projected to play this bowl season?

The race for the college football playoff is really beginning to heat up as we have entered the final month of the regular season. While there are still plenty of teams in the mix, things will begin to work themselves out as this month features matchups like Ohio State against Michigan and Georgia against Tennessee just to name a few.

Fortunately for Alabama fans, the Crimson Tide are still very much in the race for a playoff spot and even control their own destiny. November will be a tough month for the Tide as they travel to LSU and Ole Miss before capping off the season at home with Austin Peay and Auburn. If Alabama can finish the year 4-0, they will earn a spot in the SEC Championship game against either Georgia or Tennessee.

USA TODAY Sports released their updated projections for the upcoming bowl season and playoffs. The predictions reflect that Georgia and Clemson will meet in the Peach Bowl while Ohio State and Tennessee will be playing in the Fiesta Bowl.

As for the Crimson Tide, they are expected to represent the SEC in the Sugar Bowl on Dec. 31 against the TCU Horned Frogs. While this would ultimately be a disappointing result for Alabama, there is still a lot of football left to be played, and as long as Bryce Young wears Crimson Alabama will have a chance.

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