Tag Archive | Bowl Games

2012 Orange Bowl

Discover Orange Bowl:  Predicted Finish – Clemson 45 vs. West Virginia 35 Clemson tried to do it. They tried to have another epic meltdown late in the season just like they do every year. In fact, if they would have lost to Wake Forest, like I think they should have (they got lucky with some […]

2012 Sugar Bowl

Allstate Sugar Bowl – predicted finish: Virginia Tech 19 vs. Michigan 24 What type of team is best suited to stop a running QB? I’d say a team that has arguably the best running QB in the entire NCAA; Michigan. Virginia Tech finally figured out that they could use their big 260 lb QB as […]

2012 Rose Bowl

Rose Bowl Preview:  Wisconsin vs Oregon Grasp this.  Oregon and Wisconsin are two of 12 teams since 1996 to score at least 80 touchdowns in a season.  In a season!  Now Oregon has done it twice along with Oklahoma.  Take your seat folks, please fasten your safety belts as this one could be a fast […]

2012 Gator Bowl

Gator Bowl Preview:  Ohio State vs Florida Forget the game, everyone wants to talk about the coach.  Urban Meyer, the former Florida Gator coach and future Ohio State coach, will be the most talked about aspect of this game.  What a twist of irony that his former team and his future team are both appearing […]

2012 Capital One Bowl

Capital One Bowl Preview:  #21 Nebraska vs #10 South Carolina This is one of the most even matched games of the bowl season.  Nebraska finished the season 9-3 with a 5-3 conference record and was third in the Big Ten Legends division.  South Carolina went 10-2 this year with a 6-2 conference record and was […]

2012 TicketCity Bowl

TicketCity Bowl Preview:  Penn State vs Houston The TicketCity Bowl organizers did what no one else was willing to do.  Invite Penn State to play in their bowl game.  Kudos to the organizers for having the courage to take the gamble.  The off the field stuff does not involve these players and they should not […]

2011 Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

AKA: We need a new Coach Bowl Both Illinois and UCLA come in to this came with records near the 500 mark.  That explains why both teams will have new coaches come next season and the men that coached them through 2011 won’t be on the sidelines for this game.  Illinois finished the year at […]