Bowl Week (Season 2)

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  1. Spayer419

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    A year after a double-digit win season, Georgia Tech sits at 6-6, and they should be gracious that they are even here. It took a clutch victory over rival Georgia to be bowl eligible, and now the Jackets look to capitalize on the opportunity to finish the season with a winning record.
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    Not a BCS Game, but still one of the most interesting games this bowl season. Georgia has had mixed success in user games, while Notre Dame has been relatively untested. A good battle that should set the tone for next season.
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    After starting the season with two losses, Oklahoma bounced back in a big way, finishing strong in their conference and making in to a BCS game.
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    A year after missing the BCS Championship game by losing to Florida in the SEC title game, Auburn beat Florida but still fell short of their ultimate goal. Now they will likely take out some frustration against an overmatched Fresno State squad.
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    A tough end of the season for Wisconsin. First they were questionably left out of the Big 10 title game. Now, they have to watch Ohio State play for all the marbles. The Fiesta Bowl is a nice consolation prize, however, and a win should get them to six-star prestige.
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    The Gators won't return to the BCS Championship Game, but they will make a trip to college football's most prestigious bowl game. A win here marks another great season for Florida.
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    In the past decade, Ohio State and Texas have had some classic battles. '05 in the shoe, '06 in Austin and '08 in the Fiesta Bowl. But this one, is bar none, the biggest. The National Championship Game in Pasadena. The last time Texas was here, Vince Young pulled off one of the greatest performances in college football history, showing up Reggie Bush, that year's Heisman Trophy winner. Malcolm Brown will try to repeat history against this year's winner, Braxton Miller.

     
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    Tigers win capping off a very good season finishing the year 13-1 snubbed in the BCS Natty game where Ohio St was chosen with the exact rating but hey there's always next year we are happy with our year and look forward to bringing the pain in 2014
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  3. Ben

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    TheMNorthFace are you going to be able to play?

    Spayer419 not sure if he is back or should i just play the cpu?
     
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    Buckeyes Fall in Instant Classic
    The Texas Longhorns outlasted the Ohio State Buckeyes 24-23 to claim the 2014 national title. Texas claimed victory on a 24-yard field goal from Andrew Carter as time expired. The chip shot capped off a 2 minute Longhorn drive, as the Buckeyes struggled to get the Longhorns off the field in the waning minutes.​
    Led by Heisman Trophy winner Braxton Miller, the Buckeyes offense had little trouble moving the ball down field against Texas, and capitalized on several long plays. Miller completed only nine passes but averaged more than 27 yards per completion, as Corey Brown and Ray Hall were able to fly by the Texas secondary. The Buckeyes, however, were not able to convert once they were down field. OSU scored one touchdown on their four redzone attempts, settling for three short field goals.​
    Much credit should go to the Texas defense for that statistic. They hassled Miller all night, and most of their seven sacks came while defending the redzone, pushing OSU's offense into unmanageable third downs. With a little more than two minutes left in the game, Texas held OSU to another field goal, though the Buckeyes took their first lead of the game 23-21.​
    It didn't last long. As the Buckeyes tried to keep Texas out of field goal range, the Longhorns continued to move closer and closer to the endzone. After converting on several third downs, and running off all but three seconds of the game clock, Carter connected on a chip shot, giving Texas the win and the school's fifth national title.​
    Ohio State will now wait to learn Miller's intentions on entering the upcoming NFL Draft. If he decides to return for his senior season, the Buckeyes should be a top contender to return to next year's title game.​
     
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    Congrats again to cmassey13. It was one of the best games I've ever played in any NCAA, and also one of the best challenges. I was able to make a strong comeback, but he stood tall and put me away at the end. Love your team and playstyle, looking forward to meeting you again down the road. That is what a championship game should look like.
     
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    CHAMPS!
    Horns Win a Nail-Biter for BCS Crown 24-23
    The BCS Championship game for the 2013 season was one for the Ages. Texas and Ohio State needed every second of regulation to decide the winner. True freshman Andrew Carter knocked through a 24-yard field goal as time expired to give the Longhorns 24 points and a 1-point victory. Both teams played spectacularly with the only turnover coming on a hail mary pass from UT's David Ash to end the first half. Outside of that blemish, Ash played what might well have been his best game ever. His numbers weren't eye-popping, 13 of 19 for 191 yards and 3 TDs, but he made all the right reads and audible calls to hit some big plays. HB Malcolm Brown was limited by a staunch Buckeye defense and only managed 59 rushing yards on 13 attempts, but he did manage 5 catches for 41 yards and a score.
    Ohio State's Braxton Miller lived up to his Heisman hype with 244 yards through the air and 23 on the ground while accounting for 2 TDs. His favorite target WR Corey Brown made several big plays and frustrated the Longhorn secondary all game long. Both teams played championship caliber football and college football fans everywhere were treated to one the most classic games ever.
    Texas will be looking to replace a lot of talent in this senior class, especially on the defensive side of the ball, but for now they can enjoy the return to college football's pinnacle. Texas fans will also eagerly await word on Malcolm Brown's decision on whether to return to school or take his game to the NFL.
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    Totally agree Spayer419. It was an awesome contest and I'm sure you'll get me back next time out. Couldn't have asked for a better game to end the season on. Good luck on Miller's upcoming decision.
     
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    GG TheMNorthFace you played a great game. I definitely need to get better on offense lol. Next year im gonna focus on recruiting WR's who can catch the ball. 6 dropped passes in the game, but thats the way it goes. GG dude and goodluck next season in your chase for the Big Ten title.
     

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