UGA may get Outback Bowl; USC Capital One

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ATLANTA -- Georgia officially will find out its bowl destination today. But all indications on Saturday were that Bulldog fans could start booking hotel rooms in Tampa, Fla.

It was being widely reported that the Capital One Bowl, which gets the first pick of SEC teams not in the BCS, was set to take South Carolina.

That basically would ensure that the Outback Bowl would take Georgia, because the Tampa-based bowl gets preference for an SEC East team, while the Cotton Bowl gets preference for a West team. Arkansas likely would head there.

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Riverman1 12/04/11 - 10:27 am
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I wish Carolina would have

I wish Carolina would have somehow ended up in the Cotton Bowl, but this is okay, too.

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Riverman1 12/04/11 - 12:07 pm
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Capital One has a bigger

Capital One has a bigger payout than the Outback. 9 mil to 7 mil.

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scorehouse 12/04/11 - 12:55 pm
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this is pathetic journalism.
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this is pathetic journalism. you would think the article would list probable opponents for the 3 above mentioned bowls?

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scorehouse 12/04/11 - 12:58 pm
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much rather go to florida
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much rather go to florida than dallas anytime but especially in january. dallas can be very windy, wet and cold like atlanta. the cotton bowl is open air unless they've moved the game to the jerry dome? in which caSE, you're 25 miles from dallas.

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Riverman1 12/04/11 - 01:06 pm
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Georgia v. Michigan St in

Georgia v. Michigan St in Outback. Carolina v. Nebraska in Capitol One.

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