Bowl projections 2012: Alabama projected to meet Oregon in Championship

Marvin Gentry-US PRESSWIRE

Alabama and Oregon are projected to meet in the BCS National Championship game by SB Nation.

NCAA's college football season is starting to come near its closing weeks, and the Bowl pictures are starting to get a little more clear every week. The National Championship game looks to be nearly set in stone unless the Alabama Crimson Tide or Oregon Ducks screw up in the final few weeks, as the SB Nation Bowl Projections have them meeting in the big game at the end of the year.

In the other BCS Bowls, the projections have Oklahoma taking on Georgia in the Sugar Bowl, Florida State meeting Louisville in the Orange Bowl, and USC taking on Nebraska in the Rose Bowl.

Past the BCS Bowls, there are still a couple of interesting matches being projected. SB Nation's pick of Texas taking on Texas A&M in the Cotton Bowl would be the revival of a rivalry that went dormant this season with A&M in the SEC. Clemson and South Carolina meeting in the Chick Fil'A Bowl would be another rivalry game.

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