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College football bowl projections: Team eligibility tracker by conference with 2022-23 bowl games finalizing

CBS Sports has been updating this page each week through the end of college football's 2022 season as an increasing number of teams became bowl eligible ahead of the College Football Playoff and the bowl selection process. Check out the final college football bowl projections ahead of the CFP Selection Show. For a complete breakdown, check out Jerry Palm's dedicated page.
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Knights Head Back To Nola Looking For Silverware

NEW ORLEANS, LA- In his second season at UCF head coach Gus Malzahn has the Knights in their third American Athletic Conference Championship with a chance to win their fifth title in the conference. The Knights won the first title in conference history behind the leadership of quarterback Blake Bortles in 2013, before winning a share of the title after Bortles headed to the NFL in 2014. UCF then went to a bit of a dark time with a winless season in 2015 and a losing year in 2016. In former head coach Scott Frost’s second season the Knights had a perfect season beating every team on their schedule and finishing the year undefeated. In Josh Heupel’s first season they again finished the regular season undefeated, winning title number four. The Knights this year have went through their trials and tribulations, falling to Louisville, East Carolina, and Navy, but having huge wins over SMU, Cincinnati, and Tulane. That has them set to potentially bookend their time in the conference with conference title wins and appearances in the New Years Six bowl games.

Buzz Williams details Texas A&M's success in the paint

Texas A&M rode their war horse down low to victory over SMU earlier this week. The Mustangs kept it competitive in the first half but the Aggies pulled away by dumping the rock down to big Henry Coleman, A&M’s wide-framed anchor in the paint. He bruised his way to 23 points on the night to lead all scorers, taking it to SMU in the second half to extend the lead into blowout territory in favor of the Aggies.

Men’s Hockey Makes Late Push, Falls 4-3 to Saint Mary’s

SAINT PETER, Minn. – The Gustavus men’s hockey team scored three goals in the third period Saturday night against Saint Mary’s at Don Roberts Ice Rink, but came up short in a 4-3 loss. The Gusties suffer the series sweep, dropping to 0-7-2 overall and 0-5-1 in the MIAC, while the Cardinals improve to 4-6-1 overall and 3-3-0 in the league.

Power Play Magic Gives Women’s Hockey 3-0 Win Over SMU

WINONA, Minn. — For four straight years, the Gusties and the Saint Mary’s Cardinals have tied when playing in Winona, with the Cardinals taking last year’s matchup in a shootout. The Gusties, determined to put an end to the streak, scored three power play goals to complete the sweep over Saint Mary’s, handing the Cardinals their ninth loss of the season, 3-0. It took only four minutes for the Gusties to get on the board, thanks to the efforts of Kaitlyn Holland (So., Aberdeen, S.D.), who netted a power play goal for her fifth goal of the season. The Gusties played virtually the entire first period on the power play, thanks to three Cardinal stick penalties, however, Holland would be the only one to capitalize, as the Gusties headed to the locker room leading 1-0 after one.

Rashee Rice: A quality 2023 NFL Draft receiver

The NFL Draft process is slowly beginning, with players declaring left and right for the Springtime event. In what has become a passing league, some of the more notable names fans look for are the wide receivers that will join the NFL ranks. One such receiver is Southern Methodist University’s (SMU) very own Rashee Rice.

Cal Defeats Arkansas-Pine Bluff 84-51

BERKELEY, Calif. – The Cal women's basketball team (6-1) easily defeated Arkansas-Pine Bluff (1-6), 85-51, in the first game of the 2nd Annual Raising The B.A.R. Invitational at Haas Pavilion Saturday. In the game, Jayda Curry recorded her first career double-double with 19 points including three 3-pointers and a career-high 10 rebounds, while adding a career-high tying seven assists. The 10 rebounds marks an individual season-high for the Bears. Three other Cal players finished in double-figures led by Jadyn Bush with a season-high 15 points (11 of which came in the second half) and followed by Evelien Lutje Schipholt and Leilani McIntosh with 12 and 11 points respectively.