Chart: Big Ten schools in bowl games this year

  • Updated: December 24, 2013 - 1:41 AM

Michigan State (12-1), Rose Bowl ($18 million payout): defeated Gophers 14-3 on Nov. 30

Ohio State (12-1), Orange Bowl ($18 million): did not play Gophers.

Wisconsin (9-3), Capital One Bowl ($4.6 million): defeated Gophers 20-7 on Nov. 23

Iowa (8-4), Outback Bowl ($3.7 million): defeated Gophers 23-7 on Sept. 28

Michigan (7-5), Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl (3.25 million): defeated Gophers 42-13 on Oct. 5

Nebraska (8-4), Gator Bowl (3.25 million): lost to the Gophers 34-23 on Oct. 26

Gophers (8-4), Texas Bowl ($1.7 million)

 

Note: The Big Ten Conference pools bowl payouts to member schools together, then splits up the money to all 12 universities in the conference. The Big Ten also had tie-ins with the Heart of Dallas Bowl and the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl but did not have enough bowl-eligible teams.

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