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Bowl Projections for the Cyclones

An update on where you might need to book your plane tickets for this winter.

West Virginia Mountaineers v Iowa State Photo by David Purdy/Getty Images

Below are what eight sport news outlets have to say about Iowa State’s possible postseason destinations. Comment your thoughts below!

SB Nation

Cheez-It Bowl - Dec. 26 - Phoenix, AZ - Stanford

Stanford v Oregon
Bryce Love has had a less impressive season, however, their marching band should be the big concern if Iowa State takes on the Cardinal.
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College Football News, Sports Illustrated

Cheez-It Bowl - Dec. 26 - Phoenix, AZ - Colorado

Colorado v Washington
Steven Montez is a dual threat quarterback, he’s thrown for 1,734 yards (12 TDs) and has run for three touchdowns.
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Brett McMurphy (

Cheez-It Bowl - Dec. 26 - Phoenix, AZ - USC

Vavae Malepeai is the leading scorer for the Trojans, with six rushing touchdowns on the season.
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ESPN’s Kyle Bonagura

Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl - Dec. 27 - Texas A&M

NCAA Football: Clemson at Texas A&M
Braden Mann (34) averages 54.5 yards per punt which leads the NCAA.
John Glaser-USA TODAY Sports

CBS SPORTS, ESPN’s Mitch Sherman

Camping World Bowl - Dec. 28 - Orlando, FL - NC State

Georgia State v North Carolina State
Meet Kelvin Harmon. The 6’3” New Jersey native has 547 receiving yards on 35 receptions for NC State. He had 69 (nice) receptions and 1,017 receiving yards a year ago. The Cyclone defense will have to cool down his numbers if the two squads meet for a 1977 Peach Bowl rematch.
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College Sports Madness

60th Annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl - Dec. 31 - Memphis, TN - South Carolina

Texas A&M v South Carolina
Jake Bentley has completed 101/167 passes this season.
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