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Bowl Week Summaries

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  1. RFLAGG080

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    Bowl Week Summaries

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  2. Big-Bear-W

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    [size=+2]HOUSTON LOVES THE ISLANDS[/size]

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    [size=+2]WELCOME TO HAWAII - HOUSTON WINS 43-29[/size]

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    The key play of Case Keenum was pivotal. The star QB was very effective in the victory going 19/34 for 397 YDS with 4 TD and no interceptions. Houston racked up a total of 592 YDS on offense.

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    Bryce Beall had his best game of the year rushing for 90 YDS on only 9 carries with one score. Another standout was WR Patrick Edwards who caught a fantastic 68 yd bomb to put the Cougars ahead in the 4th quarter.

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  3. RFLAGG080

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    Tale of two halves, nice comeback.
     
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    Poinsettia Bowl

    Horned Frogs Finish 'Em Off!

    TCU caps off successful season with bowl win.

    The Horned Frogs held off Rutgers to win the Poinsettia Bowl 33-21. TCU was led by RB Matthew Tucker's 144 yd, 2 TD performance and a 26-14 halftime lead, in which they never looked back. The second quarter was highlighted by a bizarre play in which TCU CB Greg McCoy intercepted a pass and looked to return it for a score when he was stripped at the 1 yd line and the ball was immediately recovered by a Rutgers player, who ran around and tried to juke out of the way and wound up going backwards into the end zone and then out of bounds for a TCU safety. That was the story of the day, though as TCU pretty much dominated the game from start to finish, capping off a successful season at 10-3, and looking forward to next season already.

    Key Stats:

    Passing:
    Dalton (TCU)- 13/25, 231 yds, 1 TD, 2 INTs
    Savage (RU)- 9/18, 44 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT

    Rushing:
    Martinek (RU)- 154 yds, 2 TDs
    Tucker (TCU)- 144 yds, 2 TDs

    Receiving:
    Young (TCU)- 3 catches, 84 yds, 1 TD
    Hicks (TCU)- 5 catches, 84 yds
    Kerley (TCU)- 3 catches, 52 yds
     

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