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NCAA bowl predictions 2013: ESPN predictions for Fight Hunger Bowl revealed

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NCAA bowl predictions for the 2013 Fight Hunger Bowl are in from ESPN. The expert bowl predictions for Washington vs. BYU are split, with one expert favoring the Huskies and the other going with the Cougars. A report from ESPN on Friday morning (Dec. 27) reveals just how they came to their picks for the latest Pac-12 conference postseason game.

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It's worth pointing out that Ted Miller hasn't predicted one of the games correctly this postseason. That could be good news for Huskies fans, as he has BYU winning this game 30-24. He doesn't feel that the new coach (Chris Peterson) will know his team well enough to post a win. He also likes that the Cougars have a coach that is 6-2 in bowl games.

Kevin Gemmell has a 66.7 percent rate in picking games this postseason and has the Washington Huskies winning this game 38-27. He sees a big game from Austin Seferian-Jenkins coming, but also notes that all eyes will be focused on Huskies quarterback Keith Price and running back Bishop Sankey. The pair could lead to a lot of offense for UW.

These are fresh 2013 NCAA bowl predictions and that the experts are picking different teams suggests that this should be a pretty good game. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. PT and the game will be shown on ESPN.

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