First, lets get the most unlikely scenario out of the way.
Granted the Bruins are playing at home where they knocked off USC in 2006, but the Trojans have opened as 27 point favorites and UCLA's offense has been woeful this season.
OSU owns the tiebreaker over the Trojans, USC over the Ducks and UO over the Beavers. Under current Pac-10 tie break rules, the Beavs would get the Rose Bowl berth.
Now onto the more likely scenario.
If the Trojans win next Saturday, USC goes to the Rose Bowl, the Ducks go to the Holiday Bowl and the Beavers go to the Sun Bowl for the second time in the last three years.
The Sun Bowl is played on Wednesday, Dec. 31 at 11:00 AM PST. For more information visit SunBowl.org.
There are different opinions on who Oregon State would face in the Sun Bowl. CollegeFootballNews.com and SportsProjections.com project West Virginia (7-4) while ESPN.com, CBS Sportsline, NBC Sports say No. 23 Pittsburgh (8-3).
If Pittsburgh loses at UConn (7-4) next weekend, West Virginia would probably be the Beavers' opponent. If Pitt, as expected, beats UConn, then Pitt probably goes to the Sun Bowl.
There is also a small chance that OSU could face Notre Dame.