Boston College had the week off, but that didn't stop a few college football prognosticators from switching up BC's projected bowl destination.
ESPN (McMurphy): Military Bowl vs. Memphis (12/27)
ESPN (Schlabach): Music City Bowl vs. LSU (12/30)
ESPN (David Hale): Quick Lane Bowl (12/26)
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)
Scout.com: New Era Pinstripe Bowl vs. Maryland (12/27)
Syracuse Post-Standard / Patrick Stevens: Quick Lane Bowl (12/26)
College Sports Madness: Quick Lane Bowl vs. Maryland (12/26)
The Sporting News: Sun Bowl vs. Utah (12/27)
Athlon: Quick Lane Bowl vs. Rutgers (12/26)
Sports Illustrated: Military Bowl vs. Central Florida (12/27)
Orlando Sentinel: New Era Pinstripe Bowl vs. Rutgers (12/27)
* replacement team
Only a few changes this week...
ESPN's Brett McMurphy has once again replaced the American Athletic Conference rep in the Military Bowl. This week it's Memphis. Mark Schlabach still has BC in the Music City Bowl but this week opposite LSU, not Florida. ESPN's David Hale shifts BC over from the Duck Commander Bowl to the Quick Lane Bowl.
The Post-Standard's Patrick Stevens shifts BC over from the Duck Commander Bowl to the Quick Lane Bowl. Athlon replaces Penn State with Rutgers in the Quick Lane Bowl, while the Orlando Sentinel also swaps Penn State for Rutgers in the Pinstripe Bowl. SI slots the Eagles into the Military Bowl a week after having them in the Pinstripe Bowl.
And really, that's it. Many sites have start to dig in a bit with their predictions, keeping them consistent week over week. The most common destinations offered up continue to be Detroit, Bronx and Annapolis, with the oddball Music City or Sun Bowl prediction sprinkled in. With those three destinations, have to figure it's a safe bet that BC will be playing again on December 26 or 27.