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Boston College Football Bowl Projections, Week 11

All over the place this week.

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After last week's setback, let's take a look at where college football's various prognosticators have BC headed this week.

ESPN (McMurphy): Military Bowl vs. East Carolina (12/27)

ESPN (Schlabach): Music City Bowl vs. Florida (12/30)

ESPN (David Hale): Duck Commander Independence Bowl (12/27)

SB Nation: Quick Lane Bowl vs. Western Michigan* (12/26)

CBSSports: Military Bowl vs. Cincinnati (12/27)

Phil Steele: New Era Pinstripe Bowl vs. Rutgers (12/27) New Era Pinstripe Bowl vs. Maryland (12/27)

Syracuse Post-Standard / Patrick Stevens: Duck Commander Independence Bowl (12/27)

College Sports Madness: Quick Lane Bowl vs. Maryland (12/26)

The Sporting News: Sun Bowl vs. Utah (12/27)

Athlon: Quick Lane Bowl vs. Penn State (12/26)

Sports Illustrated: New Era Pinstripe Bowl vs. Maryland (12/27)

Orlando Sentinel: New Era Pinstripe Bowl vs. Penn State (12/27)

* replacement team

A few changes this week...

ESPN's Brett McMurphy replaces Temple with ECU in the Military Bowl. Schlabach, no doubt showing his sense of humor, bumps BC up from the Military Bowl vs. the Music City Bowl vs. Florida. If Boston College wins, the Eagles win another 5th year grad transfer. If Florida wins, the Gators get Addazio.

ESPN ACC Blog's David Hale has BC tumbling all the way from the Pinstripe Bowl to the Duck Commander Independence Bowl, which, yeah. I can't imagine a deal not getting worked out that sends N.C. State to Shreveport and BC to Detroit, especially given that BC was in Shreveport last year opposite a replacement team from the Pac-12 that didn't send any fans. It's looking like the SEC will once again fail to fill their Independence Bowl tie-in, which makes it all the more imperative to find an ACC team that wants to be there. replaces Rutgers with Maryland in the Pinstripe Bowl...still opposite BC.'s Patrick Stevens has the Eagles tumbling all the way to the Duck Commander Bowl, noting that the reason for the plunge is Notre Dame sucking.

A return to Shreveport would be less than ideal for the Eagles (6-4, 3-3). Even more aggravating would be the reason for getting squeezed out of a place in New York: As part of the domino effect of Notre Dame needing one of the ACC's slot.

Patrick has open slots for both Detroit and St. Petersburg. Again, while Detroit isn't exactly ideal, have to think that's a much more likely landing spot for BC than a return trip to Shreveport.

Athlon Sports takes a BC-Penn State--de facto Lambert Meadowlands Trophy game?--matchup in the Pinstripe and simply moves it to Detroit, which, interesting. Georgia Tech and Maryland replace BC and Penn State in the Pinstripe.

Finally, the Orlando Sentinel has swapped out Rutgers for Penn State in the Pinstripe Bowl.