Pac-12 bowl game projections 2012: Washington currently set for Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

Otto Greule Jr

The Washington Huskies are the only team in the state currently projected to make a bowl game in CBS' latest model.

The Washington Huskies are currently set to play Navy in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl in San Francisco on Dec. 29, according to the most recent bowl projections.

This game that was formerly known as the Emerald Bowl is reserved for the Pac-12's No. 6 team and Navy on a year-to-year basis. The game is played at AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants.

The Huskies still have a chance to move up to something like the Las Vegas Bowl or the Sun Bowl, which have Pac-12 qualifiers, too, but currently those games have UCLA and Stanford projected for each of them.

As for the rest of the Pac-12, CBS' bowl projections have the Oregon Ducks missing out on the Rose Bowl with USC projected as the Pac-12 champion instead. With the Trojans set to face Nebraska, Oregon ends up in the Alamo Bowl playing Texas.

Rounding off the conference, CBS has Oregon State playing Oklahoma State in the Holliday Bowl and Arizona State facing San Diego State in the New Mexico Bowl.

Washington State is currently not projected to be participating in any bowl games.

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