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ESPN Releases New Bowl Predictions After Week 4

Fisheye view of the half-time show at the 1984 Rose Bowl Game between UCLA and Illinois, Pasadena, California.

Fisheye view of the half-time show at the 1984 Rose Bowl Game between UCLA and Illinois, Pasadena, California, January 2, 1984. UCLA won the game, 45-9. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Week 4 of the college football season has been wrapped up. Looking ahead to Week 5, there are a number of huge matchups to keep an eye on.

There are five games featuring two ranked teams, including a pair of top-10 battles: Ohio State-Penn State and Notre Dame-Stanford. After this weekend there, should be some separation in the polls.

Heading into a pivotal week, ESPN has unveiled its latest bowl projections. There are a handful of changes from last week's edition.

Here are the bowl predictions after Week 4 from ESPN’s Kyle Bonagura and Mitch Sherman:

CFB Playoff at the Orange Bowl

Bonagura: Clemson vs. Ohio State
Sherman: Clemson vs. Ohio State

CFB Playoff at the Cotton Bowl

Bonagura: Alabama vs. Oklahoma
Sherman: Alabama vs. Georgia

Texas Bowl

Bonagura: Texas A&M vs. Texas
Sherman: Texas Tech vs. South Carolina

Camping World Bowl

Bonagura: Miami vs. Oklahoma State
Sherman:Texas vs. Boston College

Alamo Bowl

Bonagura: Oregon vs. West Virginia
Sherman: West Virginia vs. Washington State

Peach Bowl

Bonagura: LSU vs. UCF
Sherman: UCF vs. Miami

Gator Bowl

Bonagura: Florida vs. Minnesota
Sherman: Michigan State vs. Missouri

Fiesta Bowl

Bonagura: Notre Dame vs. Washington
Sherman: Notre Dame vs. Stanford

Rose Bowl

Bonagura: Penn State vs. Stanford
Sherman: Penn State vs. Washington

Outback Bowl

Bonagura: Mississippi State vs. Michigan State
Sherman: Michigan vs. Kentucky

Sugar Bowl

Bonagura: Georgia vs. West Virginia
Sherman: Oklahoma vs. LSU

Citrus Bowl

Bonagura: Auburn vs. Michigan
Sherman: Wisconsin vs. Auburn

You can view their full bowl predictions here.