ComRadio Bowl Predictions

Story posted December 19, 2014 in Sports, CommRadio by ComRadio Staff

ComRadio's Zach Rittle and Tyler Zulli made their bowl predictions and we paired them with former ComRadio sports director and current Reese's Senior Bowl college football analyst Patrick Woo's picks. Check them out!


Bowl Game

Zach Rittle,
ComRadio

Tyler Zulli,
ComRadio

Patrick Woo,
Reese's Senior Bowl
R + L Carriers New Orleans Bowl  Louisiana-Laf. 31,
Nevada 27
Nevada 27,
Louisiana-Laf. 17
Louisiana-Laf. 34,
Nevada 21
Gildan New Mexico Bowl UTEP 21,
Utah St. 17
Utah St. 24,
UTEP 10
Utah St. 38,
UTEP 17
Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl Utah 37,
Colorado St. 24 
Utah 31,
Colorado St. 21
Colorado St. 27,
Utah 24
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Western Michigan 26,
Air Force 21
Air Force 21,
Western Michigan 17
Western Michigan 30,
Air Force 24
Raycom Media Camellia Bowl Bowling Green 34,
South Alabama 17
Bowling Green 31,
South Alabama 20
South Alabama 34,
Bowling Green 30
Miami Beach Bowl BYU 28,
Memphis 23
Memphis 27,
BYU 16
BYU 17,
Memphis 14
Boca Raton Bowl Marshall 51,
Northern Illinois 37
Marshall 45,
Northern Illinois 27
Northern Illinois 41,
Marshall 28
San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl Navy 24,
San Diego St. 20
San Diego St. 24,
Navy 21
San Diego St. 35,
Navy 21
Popeyes Bahamas Bowl Western Kentucky 35, Central Michigan 27 Western Kentucky 45, Central Michigan 27 Western Kentucky 42, Central Michigan 34
Hawai'i Bowl Fresno St. 42,
Rice 30
Fresno St. 27,
Rice 18
Fresno St. 34,
Rice 24
Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl Louisiana Tech 31,
Illinois 24
Louisiana Tech 37,
Illinois 17
Louisiana Tech 28,
Illinois 24
Quick Lane Bowl North Carolina 27,
Rutgers 17
North Carolina 20,
Rutgers 13
North Carolina 37,
Rutgers 31
Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl North Carolina St. 25,
Central Florida 21
Central Florida 24,
North Carolina St. 7
Central Florida 42,
North Carolina St. 20
Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman Virginia Tech 24,
Cincinnati 21
Cincinnati 33,
Virgnia Tech 12
Cincinnati 28,
Virginia Tech 20
Hyundai Sun Bowl Duke 34,
Arizona St. 27
Arizona St. 35,
Duke 20
Duke 42,
Arizona St. 31
Duck Commander Independence Bowl Miami 28,
South Carolina 17
Miami 28,
South Carolina 17
Miami 34,
South Carolina 31
New Era Pinstripe Bowl Penn State 17,
Boston College 13
Penn State 17,
Boston College 13
Penn State 27,
Boston College 17
National University Holiday Bowl Southern Cal 28,
Nebraska 24
Southern Cal, 27,
Nebraska 23
Southern Cal 35,
Nebraska 17
AutoZone Liberty Bowl West Virginia 45,
Texas A&M 41
West Virginia 38,
Texas A&M 34
West Virginia 52,
Texas A&M 42
Russell Athletic Bowl Oklahoma 38,
Clemson 24
Oklahoma 27,
Clemson 24
Oklahoma 28,
Clemson 17
AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl Texas 24,
Arkansas 17
Arkansas 33,
Texas 21
Arkansas 21,
Texas 17
Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl LSU 17,
Notre Dame 13
LSU 24,
Notre Dame 9
LSU 27,
Notre Dame 17
Belk Bowl Georgia 34,
Louisville 24
Georgia 31,
Louisville 20
Louisville 31,
Georgia 27          
Foster Farms Bowl Stanford 34,
Maryland 23
Stanford 23,
Maryland 6
Stanford 20,
Maryland 7
Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Ole Miss 27,
TCU 21
TCU 35,
Ole Miss 27
TCU 34,
Ole Miss 20
VIZIO Fiesta Bowl Arizona 35,
Boise St. 24
Arizona 40,
Boise St. 23
Arizona 33,
Boise St. 30
Capital One Orange Bowl Georgia Tech 27,
Mississippi St. 24
Mississippi St. 24,
Georgia Tech 23
Mississippi St. 35,
Georiga Tech 17
Outback Bowl Auburn 38,
Wisconsin 23
Wisconsin 30,
Auburn 21
Auburn 34,
Wisconsin 21
Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic Baylor 45,
Michigan St. 32
Michigan State 34,
Baylor 30
Michigan State 35,
Baylor 30
Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl Missouri 31,
Minnesota 26
Missouri 37,
Minnesota 20
Missouri 24,
Minnesota 20
Rose Bowl Game Presented by Northwestern Mutual (CFB Playoff) Florida St. 37,
Oregon 35
Florida St. 31,
Oregon 28
Florida St. 34,
Oregon 24
Allstate Sugar Bowl (CFB Playoff) Alabama 31,
Ohio St. 17
Alabama 33,
Ohio St. 17
Alabama 35,
Ohio St. 21
Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Pitt 27,
Houston 21
Pitt 26,
Houston 14
Pitt 31,
Houston 24
TaxSlayer Bowl Iowa 23,
Tennessee 17
Iowa 21,
Tennessee 17
Iowa 23,
Tennessee 21
Valero Alamo Bowl Kansas St. 36,
UCLA 32
Kansas St. 31,
UCLA 28
UCLA 38,
Kansas St. 24
TicketCity Cactus Bowl Washington 32,
Oklahoma St. 28
Washington 34,
Oklahoma St. 30
Washington 30,
Oklahoma St. 24
Birmingham Bowl Florida 17,
East Carolina 14
East Carolina 24,
Florida 14
Florida 28,
East Carolina 21
GoDaddy Bowl Toledo 27,
Arkansas St. 17
Toledo 23,
Arkansas St. 20
Toledo 41,
Arkansas St. 30

 

About the Contributors

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Tyler Zulli

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Tyler Zulli is a Senior from Bensalem, Pennsylvania majoring in broadcast journalism. In his four years as a member of ComRadio, Tyler has established himself as a key contributor at the station in many facets. As a broadcaster, Tyler has called games for Penn State in a wide variety of sports, including football, baseball, softball, and men’s and women’s hockey, basketball, soccer and volleyball. He’s also had the ability to call games at the professional level for the State Colleg Spikes, the Short Season A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals. Tyler is also a contributor to ComRadio’s original NFL Draft Show, in both the radio and television aspect of the show. He’s been the producer for the radio portion of the show for the past two years. Along with these, Tyler has hosted or co-hosted a variety of talk shows throughout his time at ComRadio. Currently, he is the co-host of two shows, known as Philly Sports Talk and Philly’s Finest. Tyler is also the host of his own solo show, The Tyler Zulli Show. Upon graduation, Tyler hopes to take his skills achieved through ComRadio into the professional world as a play-by-play announcer.

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ZachRittle

Junior / Communications

Zach Rittle is a Junior majoring in broadcast journalism and minoring in business. Zach produces the State High little Lions men’s and women’s soccer matches and contributes to the Penn State football pregame show. This the first year Zach has been a member of ComRadio. Zach is specifically interested in the sports media. He strives to cover College Football in any market.  Previously Zach has interned at the Fox 43 TV station.