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Undefeated Western Michigan In Bowl Game Negotiations In Case Of Cotton Bowl Snub

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 01 / 16

If Western Michigan "isn't selected for the automatic berth in the Cotton Bowl," negotiations are ongoing that would make the school "available to potentially half of the 34 remaining bowls below the New Year's Six level," according to Dennis Dodd of CBSSPORTS.com. Western Michigan is 12-0 ahead of ...

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