ESPN Releases New Bowl Projections Following Week 11

first_imgAn aerial view of the Rose Bowl.PASADENA, CA – JANUARY 01: A general view during the College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Rose Bowl on January 1, 2015 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Pool/Getty Images)Sunday afternoon and another weekend of college football is behind us. New bowl projections are out, courtesy of ESPN.There were some changes from last week’s edition, including a minor tweak to the CFP matchups (but not the four teams in the field) and to a couple of NY6 games.Here are the updated bowl projections following Week 11 from ESPN’s Kyle Bonagura and Mitch Sherman:CFB Playoff at the Orange BowlBonagura: Clemson vs. Notre Dame Sherman: Clemson vs. Notre DameCFB Playoff at the Cotton BowlBonagura: Alabama vs. Michigan Sherman: Alabama vs. MichiganTexas Bowl Bonagura: Texas A&M vs. Texas Tech Sherman: Auburn vs. Texas TechCamping World Bowl Bonagura: Syracuse vs. Iowa State Sherman: Syracuse vs. Iowa StateAlamo BowlBonagura: Utah vs. Texas Sherman: Washington vs. TexasPeach BowlBonagura: UCF vs. LSU Sherman: West Virginia vs. LSUGator BowlBonagura: Auburn vs. Purdue Sherman: South Carolina vs. WisconsinFiesta BowlBonagura: West Virginia vs. Penn State Sherman: UCF vs. Penn StateRose BowlBonagura: Ohio State vs. Washington State Sherman: Ohio State vs. Washington StateOutback BowlBonagura: Florida vs. Iowa Sherman: Kentucky vs. Michigan StateSugar BowlBonagura: Georgia vs. Oklahoma Sherman: Georgia vs. OklahomaCitrus BowlBonagura: Kentucky vs. Northwestern Sherman: Mississippi State vs. NorthwesternYou can view all the bowl picks from the Worldwide Leader here.last_img read more

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BUSU offers bus pass subsidy for spring term students

The Brock University Students’ Union (BUSU) has made cash available to help subsidize St. Catharines transit passes for students taking classes during the spring term.The subsidy will be $50 per transit pass for eligible students.“This subsidy is important to ensure that the summer pass is more affordable for students who live in the city during the summer months, allowing them easier access to campus,” said Chris Yendt, BUSU’s vice-president of finance and administration. “This service is the only mode of transportation for many students at Brock.”The subsidy will be available starting Monday, May 13 until Monday, May 27, 2013. BUSU subsidize passes for the first 1,100 students that come to the BUSU office during this time with a valid Brock University ID, and proof of purchase from St. Catharines Transit.Funding for this program is covered by a surplus of money in BUSU’s existing universal bus pass account.Visit BUSU online for more information or contact Yendt at vpfa@busu.net. read more

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