AUSTIN, Texas — You hope bowl games will be close and the experts pick good match-ups. That seems to be the case this year, with odds saying it should be close in all but four of the bowl games.

One of the bowl games experts say will be lopsided is the Sugar Bowl between Texas and Georgia.

The Bulldogs are favored by about two touchdowns after losing only two games in the regular season, to LSU and Alabama.

UT coach, Tom Herman, admits his team faces a tough task, saying, "We've got a tremendous game ahead of us in the Sugar Bowl against a tremendous opponent in Georgia. You look on both sides of the ledger, I think they're in the top 20 in dang near every statistical category on both sides of the ball. They're certainly not one-sided."


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