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Sugar Bowl 2011

Sugar Bowl 2011 - Sugar Bowl 2011 which is to be played in the Louisiana Superdome on January 4, 2011 has already started receiving a lot of talk about who will be participating.

The 2011 Sugar Bowl Game (known via sponsorship as the Allstate Sugar Bowl) is an American college football bowl game that will be part of the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) for the 2010 NCAA Division I FBS football season and is the 77th Sugar Bowl. The contest is scheduled on January 4, 2011,

The BCS rankings for Week 14 are due out on Sunday evening, and it’s far from a foregone conclusion that a Big East team will be able to crack the top 25.

This is a huge dilemma, of course, as the Big East champion automatically earns a berth in a BCS bowl game.

It won’t be for another shot at the BCS title, but Ohio State could start the New Year dashing out of a Superdome tunnel into the Sugar Bowl as Big Ten co-champions.

Ohio State could be a sweet fit in 2011 Sugar Bowl. Northwestern backup quarterback Evan Watkins figures out a way to hang about 40 on Wisconsin and outscore the Badgers’ rolling running game Saturday, Ohio State isn’t headed back to the Rose Bowl.

Sugar Bowl 2011


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