The AAC recently released its 2020-2025 bowl lineup, which includes a situation that involves an alternating-years rotation with the Armed Forces and Hawaii bowls and a pool of 8 bowl games, all owned by ESPN Events, to which the AAC will send 4 teams each year.
Similarly, the ACC announced that it will send one team to one of three bowl games owned by ESPN Events - each of which overlap with the AAC.
The SEC announced that it has an annual contract with the Birmingham and Gasparilla bowls, as long as they have sufficient bowl-eligible teams.
It was also announced that the Big 12 will be involved in a rotation which includes the First Responders and Armed Forces bowls (both in the DFW area).
The bowls include:
Based on the AAC and ACC eligibility for a pool of bowl games, and the Big 12's rotation with the DFW area bowls, all of which are owned and operated by ESPN Events, I believe that BYU will also be involved somehow in the pool of ESPN Events bowls. I also believe that the MWC and Army will be significantly involved in the ESPN Events bowl pool as well. That way, ESPN will have post-season options and control of the AAC and MWC, BYU, and all three military academies - to make the best bowl matchups. So, BYU would have reasonable access to a decent bowl lineup: