College Football and Bowl Notes Dec. 31-Jan. 3

by BoCarter | Posted on Monday, December 31st, 2012

1993 National Football Foundation Gold Medal recipient Gen. (ret.) Norman Schwarzkopf passed away last Thursday night in Tampa, Fla. He was 78. Gen. Schwarzkopf played on the 1952-55 U.S. Military Academy (Army) football teams under head coach and NFF tri-founder Col. Earl Blaik as well as starring for the Army wrestling team and in choral groups. He later served in numerous active theaters including the Cold War conflict in Berlin, Vietnam, Grenada, and the Middle East. He became Commander in Chief of the U.S. Army Central Command prior to Desert Storm and Desert Shield and commanded over 700,000 allied forces in the operations to stop conquests of Middle East countries by Iraq.

The NCAA FCS championship in Frisco, Texas, has its two finalists determined as defending champ North Dakota State will seek defend its title in a rematch with Sam Houston State Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013. Very limited standing-room-only tickets are available for a limited time via and It’s the first rematch since Marshall and Youngstown State played three consecutive years from 1991-93 in the 35-year history of FCS (formerly Division I-AA). Tickets for the Heart of Dallas Bowl (formerly TicketCity Bowl) Tuesday can be purchased at The AT&T Cotton Bowl is a “hard” sellout Jan. 4 in Arlington, and crowd projections are in the 85-90,000 range.

2012 Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Finalists (listed alphabetically) have been announced. They include:
Football Bowl Subdivision: Brian Kelly, Notre Dame; Urban Meyer, Ohio State; Jim Mora, UCLA; Bill O’Brien, Penn State; Mark Richt, Georgia; Nick Saban, Alabama; Kevin Sumlin, Texas A&M; Dabo Swinney, Clemson; and Charlie Strong, Louisville.
Football Championship Subdivision: Rob Ash, Montana State; Willie Fritz, Sam Houston State; Joe Moglia, Coastal Carolina; Jeff Monken, Georgia Southern; Danny Rocco, Richmond.
Division II: Mark Maciejewski, Shippensburg (Pa.); Scott Maxfield, Henderson (Ark.) State; Bob Nielson, Minnesota-Duluth; Peter Rossomando, New Haven (Conn.); Jed Stugart, Sioux Falls (S.D.).
Division III: Jim Catanzaro, Lake Forest (Ill.); Glenn Caruso, St. Thomas (Minn.); Pat Cerroni, Wisconsin-Oshkosh; Lonnie Pries, Concordia-Chicago; Steve Staker, Coe (Iowa).
As part of Liberty Mutual’s partnership with the NFF, a selection committee of more than 50 NFF College Hall of Fame players and coaches, including Chairman Archie Manning, Lou Holtz, Vince Dooley, Ronnie Lott, Archie Griffin; as well as national college football media, such as Colin Cowherd, Stewart Mandel and Tim Brando, will evaluate the coaches based on their responsibility, integrity and on-field success to help determine the four coaching winners. Liberty Mutual will announce the four winners the morning of the BCS Championship game, Jan. 7, 2013, in South Florida. The winners in each of the four divisions will receive a $50,000 donation from Liberty Mutual to the charity or charities of their choices as well as a $20,000 scholarship grant in their name to their school’s alumni association. Since 2006, the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award has helped donate more than $1.5 million to over 90 charities and college alumni scholarship funds through the 21 previous winners.
More BCS Notes:
* During 2012 Alabama and Florida were Nos. 1-2 in the first two standings before Kansas State took at over at No. 2 in Weeks 3 and 4. KSU-Oregon gained the first two slots Nov. 11, 2012, before Notre Dame-Alabama became a first-ever combination 1-2 Nov. 18-Dec. 2, 2012. In 2011 LSU held No. 1 position in the BCS for the first eight weeks while Alabama was No. 2 weeks 1-3, 6-8, and Oklahoma State took over No. 2 in weeks 4-5. There were three different 1-2 combinations in the 2010 standings with Oklahoma-Oregon on Oct. 17, Auburn-Oregon on Oct. 24-Nov. 28-Dec. 5, and Oregon-Auburn on Oct. 31-Nov. 7-Nov. 14-Nov. 21. The positions of Nos. 1 and 2 were the same for three weeks (Ohio State and USC) in 2006, and they were fairly predictable from 2003-05, 07, 09-10. In seven 2005 standings, either USC or Texas was No. 1 or No. 2 while in 2004 USC or Oklahoma held down one of the first two spots seven of eight weeks. Miami (Fla.) jumped ahead of Oklahoma in the Oct. 16, 2004, standings from No. 2 to No. 1. Alabama (five weeks), Texas (two) and Oklahoma (one) were the three schools to hold down the No. 1 positions in 2008. Florida was No. 1 in the first seven weeks of 2009 while Alabama was No. 2 six of those seven weeks before replacing Florida after the ’09 SEC championship tussle. Texas ended ’09 at No. 2.
* The Nos. 1 and 2 teams in BCS standings have met five times in regular seasons (2000 and ’01 – Nebraska-Oklahoma; 2006 Michigan-Ohio State; 2009 Alabama-Florida; and 2011 Alabama-LSU). The No. 2 team is 3-2 all-time, and the home squad had won the first four meetings before LSU upended Alabama 9-6 in overtime at Tuscaloosa in Nov. 2011.
* SEC teams have won the last six BCS titles since Texas nabbed the crown after the 2005 season. Alabama, already a two-time winner in 2009 and ’11, bids to become the first repeat champion in the 15-season history of the BCS and to bring the BCS trophy back to the state of Alabama for a record fourth consecutive year after Auburn prevailed in 2010.

NFF College Hall of Fame Facts
Some key birthdates in NFF College Football Hall of Fame annals in the Jan. 1-6 time period are Jan. 1 (1901) Century Milstead, Rock Island, Ill.; (1901) Frank Sundstrom, Middleton, N.Y.; (1925) Jack Cloud, Britton, Okla.; (1927) Doak Walker, Dallas, Texas; (1936) Don Nehlen, Canton, Ohio; (1940) Mike McKeever, Cheyenne, Wyo.; (1962) Pierce Holt, Marlin, Texas; Jan. 2 (1890) Vince Pazzetti, Wellesley, Mass.; (1912) Tony Blazine, Canton, Ill.; (1930) Bob Williams, Cumberland, Md.; Jan. 4 (1898) Jess Neely, Smyrna, Tenn.; (1898) Jack Harding, Avoca, Pa.; (1925) Johnny Lujack, Connellsville, Pa.; (1929) Darrell Mudra, Omaha, Neb.; Jan. 5 (1891) Hube Wagner, Monaca, Pa.; (1892) John Beckett, Eight Mile, Ore.; (1910) Ed Widseth, Gonvick, Minn.; (1919) Al Blozis, Garfield, N.J.; (1921) Paul Governali, New York City; (1924) Arnold Tucker, Miami, Fla.; (1938) E.J. Holub, Schulenburg, Texas; (1926) Buddy Young, Chicago, Ill.; (1965) Tracy Ham, Gainesville, Fla.; Jan. 6 (1910) Doyt Perry, Croton, Ohio; (1913) John Weller, Atlanta, Ga.; (1937) Lou Holtz, Follansbee, W.Va.; (1947) Frank Loria, Clarksburg, W.Va.; (1964) Charles Haley, Lynchburg, Va.
Anniversary death dates of Hall of Famers are Jan. 1 (1949) William Lewis, Boston, Mass.; (1991) Edgar Miller, Annapolis, Md.; Jan. 2 (1999) Raymond “Rags” Matthews, Ft. Worth, Texas; Jan. 3 (1954) Gus Dorais, Birmingham, Mich.; (2003) Sid Gillman, Carlsbad, Calif.; Jan. 4 (2000) Tom Fears, Palm Desert, Calif.; Jan. 5 (1975) Claude “Monk” Simons, New Orleans, La.

Happy birthdays to NFF College Hall of Fame members Jan. 1 Jack Cloud, Don Nehlen, Pierce Holt, Jan. 2 Bob Williams, Jan. 4 Johnny Lujack, Darrell Mudra, Jan. 5 Arnold Tucker (89 years young), E.J. Holub, Buddy Young, Tracy Ham, Jan. 6 Lou Holtz, Frank Loria, Charles Haley…
For complete results of BCS standings, schedules, bowls matchups, NCAA FCS pairings/results, NCAA DII-III playoffs, NAIA, and NJCAA playoffs, please go to or links to any of the websites via

Boston College will open the 2013 season against Stony Brook Aug. 31 and will host New Mexico State for its 12th encounter in ‘13…New Mexico and Pittsburgh will clash in 2013…Kansas State will host Charlotte Sept. 10, 2016, in the schools’ first-ever meeting…East Carolina will face South Carolina Aug. 30, 2014, and then host the Gamecocks in 2015…The Notre Dame defense has not allowed a touchdown on a play originating outside the red zone (20-yard line) in the last 628 plays prior to the BCS title contest. That ise longest current streak in the nation ahead of Vanderbilt with 387 plays before Monday’s bowl encounter in Nashville with NC State…The City of Lexington Center and Kentucky athletics are planning several renovations to Rupp Arena and area athletics facilities.

Several Oklahoma State gridmen helped volunteer at the North Texas Food Bank after last Saturday’s workout while others visited children in area hospitals…Part of Ole Miss’ 2012 football community service programs has been visits to St. Jude Medical Center in Memphis, Tenn., by such luminaries as Devin Thomas…Fort Scott (Kan.) College student-athletes helped area Parent Teacher Organizations by helping unload large shipping boxes at elementary schools…Lauderdale County (Ala.) HS players helped prepare and serve holiday meals at the Rogersville Senior Center.

New head coaches named in recent days are Bryan Harsin at Arkansas State, Matt Wells at Utah State and P.J. Fleck at Western Michigan…Head coach June Jones is 4-0 in his last four Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl appearances with the Mustangs and Hawai’i and 5-1 overall as a coach in the Honolulu classic…Rice head coach David Bailiff is the only Owls’ mentor besides NFF College Hall of Fame coach Jess Neely to win multiple bowl contests at RU…Western Kentucky interim head coach Lance Guidry just missed becoming the first interim coach in FBS history to guide two teams to a 2-0 bowl record. He led Miami (Ohio) to a 2011 victory over Middle Tennessee as interim head coach of the Redhawks…Mike Uremovich has been named offensive coordinator at NC State…Joel Thomas (running backs) and offensive line coach Sam Pittman have joined the Arkansas coaching staff…Spencer Leftwich is the latest addition to the UTEP assistant coaching staff…Assistant coach Melvin Smith is leaving Mississippi State to take a post on the Auburn staff…Interim Texas Tech head coach and former All-Southwest Conference baseball player Chris Thomsen is going to California as offensive line coach…Jimmie Dougherty is the new wide receivers coach at San Jose State…Darin Hinshaw has left Tennessee to take an assistant coach’s post with the Cincinnati Bearcats.

Alabama director of athletics and 2012 NFF John Toner Award recipient Mal Moore reminisced about being an assistant coach during some of Alabama and Notre Dame’s bowl contests, which eventually decided national championships…Washington State director of athletics Bill Moos continues to host his popular monthly podcast from Pullman on a variety of topics…Montana State-Billings interim AD Krista Montague remains a steadying influence at MSUB…Lyndon athletics hired Christina Howe as assistant trainer.

Game week and game day assignments have been updated for media volunteers for the 77th annual AT&T Cotton Bowl Friday as well as virtually all the BCS bowls. Teams from the AT&T Cotton Bowl – Oklahoma and Texas A&M – will make visits to Children’s Medical Center and Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children for the 28th consecutive year. The tradition began when Texas A&M’s squad under head coach Jackie Sherrill cheered youngsters at Children’s Medical Center prior to the 1986 Classic…Opponents of Big Ten Conference teams in seven bowls are a composite 61-25 with three double-digit victory foes…Vanderbilt won its third bowl game in history (3-2-1) over NC State in Nashville Monday after playing in its first back-to-back postseason clashes in school history. VU’s first bowl trip was the 1955 Gator Bowl against Auburn…Executive director Mark Holtzman of the New Era Pinstripe Bowl projected longevity for the postseason clash at New York’s Yankee Stadium…Sun Belt Conference contenders Louisiana-Monroe and Western Kentucky competed in their first bowls as FBS members in 2012.

The ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, and SEC were the final conferences to start 2012-13 bowl activity last Thursday and Friday…Wyoming has recommitted its allegiance to the Mountain West Conference…Conference USA became the first circuit to win two games through the first seven bowls after SMU and UCF captured their postseason fracases and later three games among the first 16 contested after Rice topped Air Force. The WAC followed with a pair of wins after San Jose State’s Military Bowl win over Bowling Green Dec. 27…The Sun Belt Conference hopes to add to its season-record 18 wins outside league play when Arkansas State meets No. 25 Kent State of the MAC Sunday in the Bowl in Mobile, Ala.

Fox Sports Net hosted its regular-season review of 2012 college football last week with Charles Davis as national host.

2012 NFF William V. Campbell Award recipient and All-America C Barrett Jones of Alabama has been returning to full strength after some minor injuries and is expected to be at full speed for UA’s BCS championship contest next Monday with Notre Dame…SMU RB Zach Line ended second in school history in career touchdowns with 47 behind Eric Dickerson and is the first Mustang to roll to 1,200 yards rushing in three separate seasons…Tennessee OL Dallas Thomas is a recent invitee to the 2013 Senior Bowl…Duke WR Conner Vernon ended his career with an ACC-record 273 receptions for 3,630 yards and 19 TDs…USC quarterback Matt Barkley missed the Trojans’ Hyundai Sun Bowl contest with Georgia Tech due to a shoulder injury…SMU DL Margus Hunt, who played in the first collegiate game he attended in 2009 as a walkon from SMU’s track and field weights events programs, was selected as Conference USA MVP in the Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl with two sacks, three TFLs, two forced fumbles, a safety, and three QB hurries…Baylor QB Nick Florence broke 2011 Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III’s season passing yards record with 4,309 yards and 33 TD tosses after a 49-26 Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl win over UCLA…Oklahoma QB Landry Jones is making his school-record 50th start at the position Friday against Texas A&M in the AT&T Cotton Bowl and is 39-10 in the first unit role…Minnesota KR Troy Stoudermire established the FBS career kickoff return record with 3,515 yards after last week’s Meineke Car Care Bowl contest against Texas Tech…Syracuse RB Prince-Tyson Gulley has the second-most rushing yards by an Orange back in a bowl (behind NFF College Hall of Famer Floyd Little’s 216 yards against Tennessee in the 1966 Gator Bowl) with 215 yards against West Virginia in the 2012 New Era Pinstripe Bowl. It also was Syracuse’s third consecutive win over the Mountaineers since 2010…Southern Miss 2012 freshman QB Anthony Alford has been granted a release for immediate transfer…All-America DE Damontre Moore of Texas A&M bids to become the third DL to lead the Aggies in tackles since 1970 in Friday’s AT&T Cotton Bowl – his final collegiate contest. He has declared for the 2013 NFL draft.

Tennessee had a season-record six alumni selected for the 2013 NFL Pro Bowl…The ACC also had an all-time-high 16 alumni chosen for the ’13 Pro Bowl…Inductees into the 2012 Chick-Fil-A Bowl Hall of Fame are corporate contributor Ron Allen, NFF College Hall of Fame coach Phillip Fulmer of Tennessee, late executive director Robert Dale Morgan of the Chick-Fil-A Bowl, retired Clemson athletic director Terry Don Phillips, and NFF College Hall of Fame Georgia lineman Matt Stinchcomb.

The Noon Basketball Association (NBA) recently made a $25,000 donation to Knox (Ill.) College athletics…Louisiana Tech athletics 110 Percent Club has helped the school exceed projected scholarship donations for 2012-13.

Some FBS schools have submitted proposals to the NCAA to allow redshirts to play in bowl games without losing a season of eligibility…Graduate student Melinda Tinsley of UC Davis just completed a study of the study and practice/playing habits of Division I/FBS freshmen, non-scholarship student-athletes.
2013 BCS Schedule (All Times EST)
Jan. 1 – Rose Bowl presented by VIZIO – Wisconsin vs. Stanford, Pasadena, Calif., 5 p.m., ESPN
Jan. 1 – Discover Orange Bowl – Florida State vs. Northern Illinois, Miami, Fla., 8:30 p.m., ESPN
Jan. 2 – Allstate Sugar Bowl – Florida vs. Louisville, New Orleans, La., 8:30 p.m., ESPN
Jan. 3 – Tostitos Fiesta Bowl – Kansas State vs. Oregon, Glendale, Ariz., 8:30 p.m., ESPN
Jan. 7 – Discover National Championship Game – Alabama vs. Notre Dame, Miami, 8:30 p.m., ESPN

Bowl Results/Schedule, Notes
2012-13 Bowl Schedule/Results (Updated early Dec. 31, 2012) – Through 21 games…

Date Time Telecast Bowl Name Conference Matchup Location Attendance (All Times EST)
Sat., Dec. 15 – Gildan New Mexico Bowl, Arizona 49, Nevada 48, Albuquerque, N.M., Attendance: 24,610
Sat., Dec. 15 – Famous Idaho Potato, Utah State 41, Toledo 15, Boise, Idaho, Bronco Stadium, 29,243
Thu., Dec. 20 – San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia, BYU 23, San Diego State 6, San Diego, Calif., Snapdragon Stadium, 35,442
Fri., Dec. 21 – Beef O’ Brady’s, St. Petersburg, UCF 38, Ball State 17, St. Petersburg, Fla., Tropicana Field, 21,759
Sat., Dec. 22 – R+L Carriers New Orleans, Louisiana-Lafayette 43, East Carolina 34, New Orleans, La., Mercedes-Benz Superdome, 48,828
Sat., Dec. 22 – MAACO Las Vegas, Boise State 28, Washington 26, Las Vegas, Nev., Sam Boyd Stadium. 33,217
Mon., Dec. 24 – Sheraton Hawai’i, SMU 43, Fresno State 10, Honolulu, Aloha Stadium, 30,024
Wed., Dec. 26 – Little Caesars Pizza, Central Michigan 24, Western Kentucky 21, Detroit, Mich., Ford Field, 23,310
Thu., Dec. 27 – Military presented by Northrop Grumman, San Jose State 29, Bowling Green 20, Washington, D.C., 17,835
Thu., Dec. 27 – Belk, Cincinnati 48, Duke 34, Charlotte, N.C., Bank of America Stadium, 48,128
Thu., Dec. 27 – Bridgepoint Education Holiday, Baylor 49, UCLA 26, San Diego, Calif., Qualcomm Stadium, 55,507
Fri., Dec. 28 – Advocare V100 Independence Bowl, Ohio 45, Louisiana-Monroe 14, Shreveport, La., Independence Stadium, 41,853
Fri., Dec. 28 – Russell Athletic, Virginia Tech 13, Rutgers 10 (OT), Orlando, Fla., Florida Citrus Bowl, 48,127
Fri., Dec. 28 – Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas, Texas Tech 34, Minnesota 31, Houston, Texas, Reliant Stadium. 50,386
Sat., Dec. 29 – Bell Helicopter Armed Forces, Rice 33, Air Force 14, Ft. Worth, Texas, Amon Carter Stadium, 40,754
Sat., Dec. 29 – New Era Pinstripe, Syracuse 38, West Virginia 14, Bronx, N.Y., Yankee Stadium, 39,098
Sat., Dec. 29 – Kraft Fight Hunger, Arizona State 62, Navy 28, San Francisco, Calif., AT&T Park, 34,172
Sat., Dec. 29 – Valero Alamo, Texas 31, Oregon State 27, San Antonio, Texas, Alamodome, 65,277
Sat., Dec. 29 – Buffalo Wild Wings, Michigan State 17, TCU 16, Tempe, Ariz., Sun Devil Stadium, 44,617
Mon., Dec. 31 – Franklin American Mortgage Music City, Vanderbilt 38, NC State 24, Nashville, Tenn., 55,801
Mon., Dec. 31 – Hyundai Sun, Georgia Tech 21, USC 7, Sun Bowl Stadium, El Paso, Texas, TBD
Sat., Dec. 31 – AutoZone Liberty, Iowa State vs. Tulsa, Memphis, Tenn., Liberty Bowl, 3:30 p.m., ESPN
Mon., Dec. 31 – Chick-fil-A, Clemson vs, LSU, Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga., 7:30 p.m., ESPN
Tue., Jan. 1, 2013 – Heart of Dallas, Oklahoma State vs. Purdue, Dallas, Texas, Cotton Bowl Stadium, noon, ESPNU
Tue., Jan. 1 – TaxSlayer Gator, Mississippi State vs. Northwestern, Jacksonville, Fla., EverBank Field, noon, ESPN2
Tue., Jan. 1 – Capital One, Georgia vs. Nebraska, Orlando, Fla., Florida Citrus Bowl, 1 p.m., ABC
Tue., Jan. 1 – Outback, Michigan vs. South Carolina, Tampa, Fla., Raymond James Stadium, 1 p.m., ESPN
Tue., Jan. 1 – Rose Bowl presented by VIZIO, Stanford vs. Wisconsin, Pasadena, Calif., Rose Bowl, 5:30 p.m., ESPN
Tue., Jan. 1 – Discover Orange, Florida State vs. Northern Illinois, Miami Gardens, Fla., Sun Life Stadium, 8:30 p.m., ESPN
Wed., Jan. 2 – Allstate Sugar – Florida vs. Louisville, New Orleans, La., Mercedes-Benz Superdome, 8:30 p.m., ESPN
Thu., Jan. 3 – Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Kansas State vs. Oregon, Glendale, Ariz., 8:30 p.m., ESPN
Fri., Jan. 4 – AT&T Cotton, Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M, Arlington, Texas, Cowboys Stadium, 8 p.m. Fox
Sat., Jan. 5 – BBVA Compass, Ole Miss vs. Pittsburgh, Birmingham, Ala., Legion Field, 1 p.m., ESPN
Sun., Jan. 6 –, Arkansas State vs. Kent State, Mobile, Ala., Ladd-Peebles Stadium, 9 p.m., ESPN
Mon., Jan. 7 – Discover BCS Championship, Alabama vs. Notre Dame, Miami Gardens, Fla., Sun Life Stadium, 8:30 p.m., ESPN

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Conference Records in 2012-13 Bowls (Through early Dec. 31) – 21 Games
ACC 2-2
Big East 2-1
Big Ten 0-1
Big 12 3-2
C-USA 3-1
Independents 1-1
MAC 2-3
MWC 1-4
Pac-12 3-4
SEC 1-0
Sun Belt 1-2
WAC 2-0

Total 2012-13 Attendance 20 bowls: 787,695 average: 39,385+++ (through NC State-Vandy)
Total 2011-12 Attendance 35 bowls: 1,765,224 average: 50,435
Total 2010-11 Attendance 35 bowls: 1,822,387, average: 52,068
Total 2009-10 Attendance 34 bowls: 1,769,886, average: 52,055
Total 2008-09 Attendance 34 bowls: 1,773,882, average: 52,173
Total 2007-08 Attendance 32 bowls: 1,733,503, average: 54,172
Total 2006-07 Attendance 32 bowls: 1,699,637, average: 53,114
Total 2005-06 Attendance 28 bowls: 1,431,218, average: 51,115
Total 2004-05 Attendance 28 bowls: 1,492,001, average: 53,286
Total 2003-04 Attendance 28 bowls: 1,458,757, average: 52,098
Total 2002-03 Attendance 28 bowls: 1,416,103, average: 50,575

National leaders in current consecutive bowl games through post-2012 are Florida State (31), Florida (22), Virginia Tech (20), Georgia and Georgia Tech (16), Oklahoma (14), LSU (13), Boise State, West Virginia, and Wisconsin (11).

All-Time Overtime Games (First Allowed in post-1995 bowls)
1995 – Toledo (40) vs. Nevada (37), Las Vegas (OT)
2000 – Georgia (28) vs. Purdue (25), Outback (OT)
2000 – Michigan (35) vs. Alabama (34), Orange (OT)
2000 – Miss. State (43) vs. Texas A&M (41), Independence (OT)
2001 – Marshall (64) vs. East Carolina (61), GMAC (2OT)
2002 – Wisconsin (31) vs. Colorado (28), Alamo (OT)
2003 – Ohio State (31) vs. Miami (Fla.) (24), Fiesta (2OT)
2003 – Hawai’i (54) vs. Houston (48), Hawai’i (3OT)
2004 – Georgia (34) vs. Purdue (27), Capital One (OT)
2004 – Fresno State (37) vs. Virginia (34), MPC Computers (OT)
2005 – Nevada (49) vs. UCF (48), Hawai’i (OT)
2006 – Penn State (26) vs. Florida State (23), Orange (3OT)
2006 – Texas Tech (44) vs. Minnesota (41), Insight (OT)
2007 – Boise State (43) vs. Oklahoma (42), Fiesta (OT)
2007 – Auburn (23) vs. Clemson (20), Chick-fil-A Bowl (OT)
2008 – Southern Miss (30) vs. Troy (27), New Orleans (OT)
2008 – Missouri (30) vs. Northwestern (23), Alamo (OT)
2009 – Wyoming (35) vs. Fresno State (23), New Mexico (2OT)
2010 – Auburn (38) vs. Northwestern (35), Outback (OT)
2010 – Arkansas (20) vs. East Carolina (17), Liberty (OT)
2010 – Central Michigan (44) vs. Troy (41), GMAC (2OT)
2010 – North Carolina (30) vs. Tennessee (27), Music City (2OT)
2011 – Utah (30) vs. Georgia Tech (27), Sun (OT)
2012 – Michigan State (33) vs. Georgia (30), Capital One (3OT)
2012 – Oklahoma State (41) vs. Stanford (38), Fiesta (OT)
2012 – Michigan (23) vs. Virginia Tech (20), Sugar (OT)
2012 – Virginia Tech (13) vs. Rutgers (10), Russell Athletic (OT)

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