Bowl Week

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  1. uncleho

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    Bowl Week

    FedEx Orange Bowl

    #23 Clemson 31
    #18 USF 17

    QB Kyle Parker threw for 276 yards 3 TD's and 2 bad INT's in the victory. RB Andre Ellington ran for 159 yards and with Clemson holding a 24-17 lead late in the fourth quarter broke a game sealing 64 yard TD for his only score. WR Jaron Brown was big all game putting up 10 receptions for 159 yards and a TD. The Clemson defense played solid giving up 260 yards of total offense to USF, but, holding them to 2/7 on third down.

    Good game Scarecrow.
     
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    The Northwestern Wildcats win their first bowl game in 64 years!

    Player of the game Evan Watkins had 45 yards rushing and a TD as well as 289 yards passing on 22 of 29 and 3 TDs.

    Northwestern defense was amazing, forcing 2 interceptions, several sacks, and a safety.​
     
  3. Scarecrow

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    Well played game uncleho. Your passing attack was very efficient and tough to stop on 3rd down.
     
  4. abolishthefed

    abolishthefed Specializing in mediocrity

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    Ball State 14
    Rutgers 44

    The Rutgers seniors wanted to go out with a bang. The defense looked shaky on the first drive, but ended up holding BSU to a FG attempt, which they missed. Rutgers would then go on a 27-0 run to close the half. Rutgers received to start the second half and Mohamed Sanu returned the ball 90 yards for a TD and a 31-0 lead. The Scarlet Knights would add a couple FGs in the 3rd quarter and give the second team players an opportunity to play the 4th quarter. A good beginning to the AbolishtheFed era. Unfortunately, Rutgers loses its all-time leading QB (Savage) and WR (Sanu), plus the top 4 pass catchers and leading tackler.
     
  5. Twister18

    Twister18 I aint got time to bleed!

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    Ole Miss: 38 Wisc: 31

    QB Nathan Stanley and RB Earnest Fox may have played their final games as a Rebel but both fell to injuries, Fox on the third play or so of the game. That left Ray Cotton to carry the load at QB and he had a whale of a game, going 23/32 for 357 and 3 tds but 3 ints. WR Pat Patterson had 5 catches for 110 yards and Mel Harris had 3 catches for 71 yards and 2 tds.
     

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