2011 Bowl Projections, Week 13: Missouri To Pinstripe Bowl

The newest set of bowl projections made by SB Nation's Jason Kirk were released recently, and he projects the Missouri Tigers to play against Louisville in the Pinstripe Bowl on Dec. 30. The previous projection had Missouri playing in the Holiday Bowl, but a win against Texas Tech over the weekend has bumped them up a bit.

It's been a season of highs and lows for the Tigers, who have turned in some impressive wins against a difficult schedule but have also needed to win consecutive games just to get back over .500 as of this week. They have wins over then-No. 16 Texas, then-No. 16 Texas A&M, Iowa State, and Texas Tech, but they're still just 6-5 on the year.

Missouri finishes the year with a game against the hapless Kansas Jayhawks, a game that they should win easily, but after all of the upsets that we saw this weekend you can't really sleep on any team.

For more on the University of Missouri, visit Rock M Nation, SB Nation's Mizzou blog. For more college football, head over to SB Nation NCAA Football.

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