Predictions for college football's bowl season, which begins on Friday, are rolling in. The latest game picks come from a computer model.
BCF Toys utilizes the Fremeau Efficiency Index, a "a college football rating system based on opponent-adjusted possession efficiency, representing the per possession scoring advantage a team would be expected to have on a neutral field against an average opponent," to make its projections.
The computer model includes a projected margin of victory for every bowl game.
What major bowl game will be the biggest blowout? According to the FEI, it'll be Alabama vs. Michigan in the Citrus Bowl.
The FEI is projecting Alabama to beat Michigan by 18.8 points - it's the largest margin of victory for any bowl game involving two Power 5 teams.
Alabama did announce on Monday that two key defenders will be sitting out of the game with eyes on the NFL Draft, so perhaps the computer model will be a little off.
Michigan and Alabama are set to kick off at 1 p.m. E.T. on Jan. 1.
The game will be on ABC.