ESPN has updated its bowl projections following Week 2 of the 2019 college football season, which featured several notable games.
Week 2 was highlighted by LSU’s win at Texas. The Tigers, led by Joe Burrow, went into Austin and came out with a huge victory.
Clemson also got a big win in Week 2, taking down Texas A&M at home.
A couple of teams at the bottom of the top 25 lost, with Nebraska losing a heartbreaker to Colorado and Syracuse getting blown out by Maryland.
ESPN college football writer Mark Schlabach has updated his picks after Week 2.
College Football Playoff Semifinal at the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
Oklahoma vs. Georgia
College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
Clemson vs. Alabama
TaxSlayer Gator Bowl
Iowa vs. Auburn
Allstate Sugar Bowl
LSU vs. Texas
Ohio State vs. Utah
Notre Dame vs. Boise State
Penn State vs. Texas A&M
Virginia vs. Wisconsin
Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl
Nebraska vs. Utah State
You can view ESPN’s entire projections here.
Week 3 of the season might not bring a ton of changes to the bowl game picture. There aren’t any big games between ranked teams.
Week 4 is when the season will really start to heat up, with Michigan taking on Wisconsin and Notre Dame facing Georgia.