Bowl Game Summaries (2013)

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  1. Bucs

    Bucs GT: ThruTheSmoke47

    Jun 30, 2010
    Late Push by Canes gives them win over Gators in Chik-Fil-A Bowl

    Gators 45
    Miami 49

    In what could possibly be the most exciting game this bowl season the Miami Hurricanes and Hated Rival Florida Gators were involved in a shootout. In the first quarter the Gators were really dominating the Canes but two deep passes from Ryan Williams kept things close and it would finish 21-14. It was a defensive battle for most of the 2nd and 3rd quarters but the Gators would outscore the canes 10-6 to extend thier lead a bit more and it looked as if they would hold on for the victory. The Canes had one thing going for them though and that was QB Ryan Williams. He absolutely balled out in the 4th quarter, he would throw 4 touchdowns including the game winner with about 57 seconds left to Astante Cleveland right over the shoulder down the seam of the field. He put his team on his back and got the W over the Hated gators and won the unofficial state title for The Canes as they beat both FSU and UF in the same year.

    A couple records were broken in the victory as well. QB Ryan Williams eclipses the 4000 yard mark on the season and now owns the single season school records for Passing Yards in a season at 4007 and Passing TDs in a season at 36. WR Joshua Adams now owns the school records for Receiving Tds at 13 and receiving yards at 1303. TE Asante Cleveland owns the school record for Receptions at 67.
  2. Ken Welsch

    Ken Welsch BTFD!

    Nov 15, 2011
    [​IMG] Bowl Champions

    Tempe, AZ - The Texas Christian University Horned Frogs won the Bowl today, with a 63-37 victory over a good Iowa Hawkeyes team.

    The game got off to a rough start for the Frogs. They trailed 10-7 after the first quarter, after running into trouble moving the ball when QB Casey Pachall had to leave the game temporarily from taking a hard hit. However, once Pachall reentered the game, the floodgates opened, as TCU scored 28 points in the second quarter, taking a 35-10 lead into halftime. The Frogs never looked back.

    The primary offensive stars for the Frogs were QB Pachall (413 passing yards, 6 TDs and 0 INTs) and RB Waymon James (115 rushing yards and 1 TD). As is usually the case with the TCU spread attack, a trio of receivers made major marks on the game (Boyce 153 yds, Richard 110 yds, Anderson 108 yds).

    On defense, LB Deryck Gildon had 6 tackles and a key interception. Stansly Mapongo and David Johnson both had sacks.

    TCU football made a solid turn-around this season. After starting the season 4-4, Coach Gary Patterson was fired in favor of Coach Art Vandalay, who brought new offensive and defensive schemes to Fort Worth. The team finished the regular season with 4 straight wins, highlighted with a victory over the Texas Longhorns. Coach Vandalay hopes that the TCU berth in the Bowl marks the beginning of a "rebirth of Frog Power" and expectations will be higher next season, though he also acknowledges that pressure will be higher as well. In addition, the team graduates some key players:

    QB Casey Pachall 3523 passing yds, 41 TD, 16 INT
    RB Waymon James 1308 rushing yds, 9 TD
    WR Josh Boyce 1153 receiving yds, 7 TD
    DE Stansly Mapongo 9 sacks, 2 forced fumble
    DT Ray Burns 7 sacks, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery
    CB Jason Verrett 2 INT, 1 fumble recovery
    CB Travaras Battle 3 INT, 1 fumble recovery

    The team g
  3. GMONEY 15

    GMONEY 15 2015 BCS Champs

    Nov 24, 2011
    Clemson 38
    Louisville 17

    Clemson wins the Orange Bowl by defeating a very game Louisville Cardinal team 38-17. In the 1st QTR Louisville knocks out SR RB Roderick McDowell for the game with a bruised hand. It was after his 3rd carry. Then they knock out fellow SR WR DeAndre Hopkins playing in his last game. Both were impact players. In Tiger country, as coach GMONEY says it's a new day. No excuses its all about the team. The next guy will step p and keep things going.

    Clemson jumps out to a 7-0 lead as SOPH FB Joe Young dives in from a yard out. That's how the 1st QTR ended.

    2nd QTR....Louisville added a fg to make it 7-3. Clemson added a FG to make it a 10-3 game. Then SR QB Tajh Boyd, playing in his last college game hit JR WR Joe Craig from 45 yards out to make it 17-3. Craig came in the game when Hopkins was injured and played great. Then Louisvilled scored before halftime to make it 17-10 going into the locker room.

    3rd QTR...Boyds 7 yard run for a TD made it 24-10 and that's how the 3rd period ended.

    4th QTR...Boys and Craig hooked up again this time from 36 yards out to make it a 31-10 game. Louisville scored on a long TD pass to make it 31-17. Then they recovered the onside kick. ( grrrrrr ) On the very next play FR CB Jordan JOhnson picks off a Louisville pass and take it back 43 yards to the house to make it a 38-17 game and completes the scoring.

    Clemson Key Stats

    Boyd 13/20/247/2td/3int

    Bellamy 9 rushes 98 yards

    Joe Craig 3 rec 82 yds 2 td's PLAYER OF THE GAME
    6 other Tigers caught at least 1 pass
  4. RyanC

    RyanC Walk On

    Feb 21, 2011
    Auburn - 31
    Texas - 24

    Auburn came out of the gate on fire, with QB Kiehl Frazier hitting his first 10 passes and the team jumping out to a 10-0 first quarter lead. After going up 17-3 the Tigers were on the drive again but Frazier made a poor read on the option and it was taken by the Longhorns and returned for an 85 yard defensive score. The Tigers took the ball back and drove down the field before getting seven right before the half on a 13 yard strike from Frazier to Trovon Reed.

    After stopping the Longhorns on their first drive of the second half, the Tigers took advantage of a SS blitz by the Texas D and Frazier connected with Reed once again, this time from 72 yards out.

    The Tigers were able to withstand a furious 14 point fourth quarter, recovering an onside kick with 20 seconds left to seal the Cotton Bowl Victory


    K. Frazier - 17/24, 340 yds, 4 TD, 0 INT

    A. Smith - 5 rec, 66 yds, TD
    Q. Bray - 5 rec, 104 yds, TD
    T. Reed - 4 rec, 130 yds, 2 TD
    B. Fulse - 1 rec, 39 yds
  5. Kapono

    Kapono Walk On

    Jun 28, 2010
    Kansas 17
    Florida St. 14

    Florida State and Kansas both scored on their 1st possession of the game, but after that the defenses were able to hold the offenses in check. FSU was productive running the ball, but Clint Trickett wasn’t too accurate. Trickett was 7-16, and although he threw no picks, Kansas had a shot at a couple. For Kansas, Jordan Webb had a solid game completing 18 of 25 passes for 219 yards, 1 TD, and 1 INT. The biggest play of the game was the opening kickoff of the 2nd half, when Dexter McDonald took it 98 yards for the score to tie it at 14. Kansas led by 3 when they got the ball with 4:10 left and was able to run the clock out.

    Kansas Stats
    Jordan Webb (QB)- 18-25 for 219 yards, TD, INT
    Anthony Pierson (HB)- 6 carries for 29 yards
    Jimmy Mundine (TE)- 5 receptions foe 70 yards, TD

    FSU Stats
    Clint Trickett (QB)- 7-16 for 147 yards
    James Wilder Jr. (HB)- 17 carries for 77 yards, TD
    Nick O'Leary (TE)- 1 reception for 58 yards, TD

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