The Mississippi State Bulldogs are looking pretty good right now and they just beat the Tennessee State Tigers. Where will the Bulldogs play their boules game?
Where will one of college football’s strangest teams end up this bowl season? That’s the question the Mississippi State Bulldogs and their fans hope answered as the college football season draws closer and closer.
Most of the bowl showings are all over the state of Mississippi, which is fair because the Bulldogs have been all over the place throughout the season. Through numerous bowl throws, a fairly common destination for Leach’s team appears to be in Houston, TX for the Texas Bowl.
Mississippi State Bowl screenings place Bulldogs playing in Texas Bowl
In United States of today Most recent bowl projections, Mississippi State will be in the Texas Bowl to face the West Virginia Mountaineers. According to CBS SportsAccording to the latest projections, the Bulldogs will face the Kansas State Wildcats in Houston.
But that will largely depend on how SEC West does.
If Mississippi State defeats Ole Miss in the Egg Bowl, the Bulldogs could find themselves playing in a more prestigious game due to some crucial wins earlier this season. If that were to happen, the Bulldogs could be in Tampa, Fla. For the Outback Bowl against the Wisconsin Badgers on Jan. 1, 2022. That’s where ESPN Kyle Bonagura’s latest projections expect the state to be.
The Bulldogs could end up elsewhere, however.
If you ask ESPN’s Mark Schlabach, Mississippi State will be at the Music City Bowl on December 30 against the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
Sure, Sports news a Mississippi State against the Houston Cougars at the next Birmingham Bowl on December 28. It’s not exactly the kind of destination the Bulldogs are hoping for, but it would be fun to see the Houston air raid take on the Mississippi State one.
Bulldog fans buckle up, the Egg Bowl is almost here and it will be a huge determining factor in where your team plays their next bowl game.
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