McLaughlin: Could the Pac-12 Place 2 Teams in NY6 bowls?

Spencer is joined by Carter Bahns of to talk about that possibility

Posted on November 9, 2022

  By Spencer McLaughlin of Locked on Pac-12 for SuperWest Sports


The Pac-12 Championship game picture continues to give us a plethora of scenarios down the stretch, and the Conference’s path to the College Football Playoff is starting to clear up as they get help from around the country.

What about the possibility of having two teams play in high-profile New Year’s 6 bowl games this year?

It could happen if the chips fall the right way.

On today’s episode of Locked On Pac-12, I’m joined by Carter Bahns of to talk about that possibility and why it would be good news for the Pac-12 if it came to pass, even as many have begun to diminish the value of bowl season.

Which two teams would be the most likely pair to appear in NY6 games this season given the championship landscape?

Oregon State suffered a mightily disappointing loss at Washington on Friday night, one that featured some in-game decisions that were at times questionable from HC Jonathan Smith.

Carter shares his insight on what’s still attainable for the Beavs as they play out the rest of the season—could they re-enter the Top 25?


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