State of Arizona, Arizona excluded?

The Pac-12 conference predictions are in and they’re generally not kind to Arizona State and Arizona in their projected arrival at the conference.

But it doesn’t take too impressive a win-loss record to make a game of college football.

Will ASU and Arizona make bowl games this season?

We looked at several college football game projections for the upcoming season to try to get an idea of ​​the Sun Devils and Wildcats’ chances of going bowling in 2022.

There’s obviously not much optimism about their chances, according to the early 2022 college football game prediction.

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Sporting News: Arizona will face West Virginia in the First Responder Bowl on December 27

The site did not have ASU making a bowl game in its predictions.

After:Pac-12 Expansion Candidate Rankings: Top Candidates to Join Conference Under College Realignment

The Game Haus: No bowl games for ASU or Arizona

The site did not project the Sun Devils or Wildcats to play a college football game in 2022.

After:Big Ten Expansion Candidate Rankings: The Top Candidates to Join the Conference Under College Realignment

College Football News: ASU to face Virginia at Tony The Tiger Bowl Sun Bowl on Dec. 30

The site predicted that Arizona would not earn a berth in the bowl in the upcoming season.

After:Big 12 expansion candidate rankings: top candidates to join conference under college realignment

Athlon Sports: No bowling games for ASU, Arizona in 2022

The site missed both Arizona State and Arizona to bowl bids this year.

After:ASU football chosen to finish last in Pac-12 conference in 2022 college football season

247Sports: ASU to face Air Force at Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl on Dec. 17

The site has resulted in the Wildcats not winning a bowl berth this season.

After:Pac-12 was ‘fractured’ by Big Ten, Big 12 conference realignment, expansion chatter

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