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Monday, 14 January 2013 22:27

College football bowl schedule

WASHINGTON, Jan. 15 (UPI) -- Schedule and results for college football bowls for 2012-13:

(All times EST)

--

Dec. 15

Gildan New Mexico Bowl, at Albuquerque

Arizona (8-5) defeated Nevada (7-6) 49-48

--

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, at Boise, Idaho

Utah State (11-2) defeated Toledo (9-4) 41-15

--

--

Dec. 20

San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl, at San Diego

Brigham Young (8-5) defeated San Diego State (9-4) 23-6

--

--

Dec. 21

Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl, at St. Petersburg, Fla.

Central Florida (10-4) defeated Ball State (9-4) 38-17

--

--

Dec. 22

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, at New Orleans

Louisiana-Lafayette (9-4) defeated East Carolina (8-5) 43-34

--

MAACO Bowl Las Vegas, at Las Vegas

Boise State (11-2) defeated Washington (7-6) 28-26

--

--

Dec. 24

Sheraton Hawaii Bowl, at Honolulu

Southern Methodist (7-6) defeated Fresno State (9-4) 43-10

--

--

Dec. 26

Little Caesars Bowl, at Detroit

Central Michigan (7-6) defeated Western Kentucky (7-6) 24-21

--

--

Dec. 27

Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman, at Washington

San Jose State (11-2) defeated Bowling Green (8-5) 29-20

--

Belk Bowl, at Charlotte, N.C.

Cincinnati (10-3) defeated Duke (6-7) 48-34

--

Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl, at San Diego

Baylor (8-5) defeated UCLA (9-5) 49-26

--

--

Dec. 28

AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl, at Shreveport, La.

Ohio (9-4) defeated Louisiana-Monroe (8-5) 45-14

--

Russell Athletic Bowl, at Orlando, Fla.

Virginia Tech (7-6) defeated Rutgers (9-4) 13-10 (OT)

--

Meineke Car Care Bowl, at Houston

Texas Tech (8-5) defeated Minnesota (6-7) 34-31

--

--

Dec. 29

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, at Dallas

Rice (7-6) defeated Air Force (6-7) 33-14

--

New Era Pinstripe Bowl, at New York

Syracuse (8-5) defeated West Virginia (7-6) 38-14

--

Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, at San Francisco

Arizona State (8-5) defeated Navy (8-5) 62-28

--

Valero Alamo Bowl, at San Antonio

Texas (9-4) defeated Oregon State (9-4) 31-27

--

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, at Tempe, Ariz.

Michigan State (7-6) defeated Texas Christian (7-6) 17-16

--

--

Dec. 31

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, at Nashville

Vanderbilt (9-4) defeated North Carolina State (7-6) 38-24

--

Hyundai Sun Bowl, at El Paso, Texas

Georgia Tech (7-7) defeated Southern California (7-6) 21-7

--

AutoZone Liberty Bowl, at Memphis

Tulsa (11-3) defeated Iowa State (6-7) 31-17

--

Chick-fil-A Bowl, at Atlanta

Clemson (11-2) defeated Louisiana State (10-3) 25-24

--

--

Jan. 1

Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, Fla.

Northwestern (10-3) defeated Mississippi State (8-5) 34-20

--

Heart of Dallas Bowl, at Dallas

Oklahoma State (8-5) defeated Purdue (6-7) 58-14

--

Outback Bowl, at Tampa, Fla.

South Carolina (11-2) vs. Michigan (8-5) 33-28

--

Capital One Bowl, at Orlando, Fla.

Georgia (12-2) defeated Nebraska (10-4) 45-31

--

Rose Bowl presented by VIZIO, at Pasadena, Calif.

Stanford (12-2) defeated Wisconsin (8-6) 20-14

--

Discover Orange Bowl, at Miami

Florida State (12-2) defeated Northern Illinois (12-2) 31-10

--

--

Jan. 2

Allstate Sugar Bowl, at New Orleans

Louisville (11-2) defeated Florida (11-2) 33-23

--

--

Jan. 3

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, at Glendale, Ariz.

Oregon (12-1) defeated Kansas State (11-2) 35-17

--

--

Jan. 4

AT&T Cotton Bowl, at Arlington, Texas

Texas A&M (11-2) defeated Oklahoma (10-3) 41-13

--

--

Jan. 5

BBVA Compass Bowl, at Birmingham, Ala.

Mississippi (7-6) defeated Pittsburgh (6-7) 38-17

--

--

Jan. 6

GoDaddy.com Bowl, at Mobile, Ala.

Arkansas State (10-3) defeated Kent State (11-3) 17-13

--

Jan. 7

Tostitos BCS National Championship Game, at Miami

Alabama (13-1) defeated Notre Dame (12-1) 42-14
Published in Sports
Wednesday, 30 January 2013 04:53

College football recruits visit strip club

MIAMI, Jan. 30 (UPI) -- Florida International University football coach Ron Turner's problems include a visit by potential recruits to a strip club, escorted by student-athlete hosts.

The incoming coach at the Miami college ordered the Twitter accounts of players Demarkus Perkins and Isame Faciane shut down after an entry by Perkins Sunday morning read, "The recruit was 2funny at strip club tonight."

FIU's official rules regarding visiting recruits, and their hosts, prohibit hosts from entertaining "the prospective student-athlete by attending a gentlemen's club or providing an opportunity for a sexual encounter."

The names of the recruits in the incident were not reported. Perkins and Faciane are still in school and still on the team, The Miami Herald reported Wednesday, but Turner refused to discuss any further disciplinary action.

"Moving forward, I'll be able to do a better job of picking hosts," Turner said. "Obviously, a couple didn't do the right job. That's not something that's acceptable."
Published in Sports
Wednesday, 06 February 2013 00:13

Maine extends football coachs contract

ORONO, Maine, Feb. 6 (UPI) -- Jack Cosgrove, already the school record-holder for most football coaching wins, won a contract extension from the University of Maine.

The school announced Cosgrove agreed to a three-year contract extension, which ties him to Maine through June 2016.

"Jack has done a terrific job as the leader of the Black Bear football team," Athletic Director Steve Abbott said. "He thrives on the intense competition and rivalries in the Colonial Athletic Association and is committed to continuing to build upon the team's success."

Cosgrove, 56, played quarterback for Maine (1974-77) and has been on the football coaching staff nearly every season since. He has been head coach since 1993.

The Black Bears' 5-6 record last season pushed his career mark to 111-118. The win total is a Maine record.

The Black Bears have been to the NCAA playoffs four times, most recently in 2011, under Cosgrove and the team won CAA titles in 2001 and 2002.
Published in Sports
Monday, 14 January 2013 22:27

College football bowl schedule

WASHINGTON, Jan. 15 (UPI) -- Schedule and results for college football bowls for 2012-13:

(All times EST)

--

Dec. 15

Gildan New Mexico Bowl, at Albuquerque

Arizona (8-5) defeated Nevada (7-6) 49-48

--

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, at Boise, Idaho

Utah State (11-2) defeated Toledo (9-4) 41-15

--

--

Dec. 20

San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl, at San Diego

Brigham Young (8-5) defeated San Diego State (9-4) 23-6

--

--

Dec. 21

Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl, at St. Petersburg, Fla.

Central Florida (10-4) defeated Ball State (9-4) 38-17

--

--

Dec. 22

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, at New Orleans

Louisiana-Lafayette (9-4) defeated East Carolina (8-5) 43-34

--

MAACO Bowl Las Vegas, at Las Vegas

Boise State (11-2) defeated Washington (7-6) 28-26

--

--

Dec. 24

Sheraton Hawaii Bowl, at Honolulu

Southern Methodist (7-6) defeated Fresno State (9-4) 43-10

--

--

Dec. 26

Little Caesars Bowl, at Detroit

Central Michigan (7-6) defeated Western Kentucky (7-6) 24-21

--

--

Dec. 27

Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman, at Washington

San Jose State (11-2) defeated Bowling Green (8-5) 29-20

--

Belk Bowl, at Charlotte, N.C.

Cincinnati (10-3) defeated Duke (6-7) 48-34

--

Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl, at San Diego

Baylor (8-5) defeated UCLA (9-5) 49-26

--

--

Dec. 28

AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl, at Shreveport, La.

Ohio (9-4) defeated Louisiana-Monroe (8-5) 45-14

--

Russell Athletic Bowl, at Orlando, Fla.

Virginia Tech (7-6) defeated Rutgers (9-4) 13-10 (OT)

--

Meineke Car Care Bowl, at Houston

Texas Tech (8-5) defeated Minnesota (6-7) 34-31

--

--

Dec. 29

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, at Dallas

Rice (7-6) defeated Air Force (6-7) 33-14

--

New Era Pinstripe Bowl, at New York

Syracuse (8-5) defeated West Virginia (7-6) 38-14

--

Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, at San Francisco

Arizona State (8-5) defeated Navy (8-5) 62-28

--

Valero Alamo Bowl, at San Antonio

Texas (9-4) defeated Oregon State (9-4) 31-27

--

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, at Tempe, Ariz.

Michigan State (7-6) defeated Texas Christian (7-6) 17-16

--

--

Dec. 31

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, at Nashville

Vanderbilt (9-4) defeated North Carolina State (7-6) 38-24

--

Hyundai Sun Bowl, at El Paso, Texas

Georgia Tech (7-7) defeated Southern California (7-6) 21-7

--

AutoZone Liberty Bowl, at Memphis

Tulsa (11-3) defeated Iowa State (6-7) 31-17

--

Chick-fil-A Bowl, at Atlanta

Clemson (11-2) defeated Louisiana State (10-3) 25-24

--

--

Jan. 1

Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, Fla.

Northwestern (10-3) defeated Mississippi State (8-5) 34-20

--

Heart of Dallas Bowl, at Dallas

Oklahoma State (8-5) defeated Purdue (6-7) 58-14

--

Outback Bowl, at Tampa, Fla.

South Carolina (11-2) vs. Michigan (8-5) 33-28

--

Capital One Bowl, at Orlando, Fla.

Georgia (12-2) defeated Nebraska (10-4) 45-31

--

Rose Bowl presented by VIZIO, at Pasadena, Calif.

Stanford (12-2) defeated Wisconsin (8-6) 20-14

--

Discover Orange Bowl, at Miami

Florida State (12-2) defeated Northern Illinois (12-2) 31-10

--

--

Jan. 2

Allstate Sugar Bowl, at New Orleans

Louisville (11-2) defeated Florida (11-2) 33-23

--

--

Jan. 3

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, at Glendale, Ariz.

Oregon (12-1) defeated Kansas State (11-2) 35-17

--

--

Jan. 4

AT&T Cotton Bowl, at Arlington, Texas

Texas A&M (11-2) defeated Oklahoma (10-3) 41-13

--

--

Jan. 5

BBVA Compass Bowl, at Birmingham, Ala.

Mississippi (7-6) defeated Pittsburgh (6-7) 38-17

--

--

Jan. 6

GoDaddy.com Bowl, at Mobile, Ala.

Arkansas State (10-3) defeated Kent State (11-3) 17-13

--

Jan. 7

Tostitos BCS National Championship Game, at Miami

Alabama (13-1) defeated Notre Dame (12-1) 42-14
Published in Sports
Wednesday, 30 January 2013 04:53

College football recruits visit strip club

MIAMI, Jan. 30 (UPI) -- Florida International University football coach Ron Turner's problems include a visit by potential recruits to a strip club, escorted by student-athlete hosts.

The incoming coach at the Miami college ordered the Twitter accounts of players Demarkus Perkins and Isame Faciane shut down after an entry by Perkins Sunday morning read, "The recruit was 2funny at strip club tonight."

FIU's official rules regarding visiting recruits, and their hosts, prohibit hosts from entertaining "the prospective student-athlete by attending a gentlemen's club or providing an opportunity for a sexual encounter."

The names of the recruits in the incident were not reported. Perkins and Faciane are still in school and still on the team, The Miami Herald reported Wednesday, but Turner refused to discuss any further disciplinary action.

"Moving forward, I'll be able to do a better job of picking hosts," Turner said. "Obviously, a couple didn't do the right job. That's not something that's acceptable."
Published in Sports
Wednesday, 06 February 2013 00:13

Maine extends football coachs contract

ORONO, Maine, Feb. 6 (UPI) -- Jack Cosgrove, already the school record-holder for most football coaching wins, won a contract extension from the University of Maine.

The school announced Cosgrove agreed to a three-year contract extension, which ties him to Maine through June 2016.

"Jack has done a terrific job as the leader of the Black Bear football team," Athletic Director Steve Abbott said. "He thrives on the intense competition and rivalries in the Colonial Athletic Association and is committed to continuing to build upon the team's success."

Cosgrove, 56, played quarterback for Maine (1974-77) and has been on the football coaching staff nearly every season since. He has been head coach since 1993.

The Black Bears' 5-6 record last season pushed his career mark to 111-118. The win total is a Maine record.

The Black Bears have been to the NCAA playoffs four times, most recently in 2011, under Cosgrove and the team won CAA titles in 2001 and 2002.
Published in Sports
Monday, 14 January 2013 22:27

College football bowl schedule

WASHINGTON, Jan. 15 (UPI) -- Schedule and results for college football bowls for 2012-13:

(All times EST)

--

Dec. 15

Gildan New Mexico Bowl, at Albuquerque

Arizona (8-5) defeated Nevada (7-6) 49-48

--

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, at Boise, Idaho

Utah State (11-2) defeated Toledo (9-4) 41-15

--

--

Dec. 20

San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl, at San Diego

Brigham Young (8-5) defeated San Diego State (9-4) 23-6

--

--

Dec. 21

Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl, at St. Petersburg, Fla.

Central Florida (10-4) defeated Ball State (9-4) 38-17

--

--

Dec. 22

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, at New Orleans

Louisiana-Lafayette (9-4) defeated East Carolina (8-5) 43-34

--

MAACO Bowl Las Vegas, at Las Vegas

Boise State (11-2) defeated Washington (7-6) 28-26

--

--

Dec. 24

Sheraton Hawaii Bowl, at Honolulu

Southern Methodist (7-6) defeated Fresno State (9-4) 43-10

--

--

Dec. 26

Little Caesars Bowl, at Detroit

Central Michigan (7-6) defeated Western Kentucky (7-6) 24-21

--

--

Dec. 27

Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman, at Washington

San Jose State (11-2) defeated Bowling Green (8-5) 29-20

--

Belk Bowl, at Charlotte, N.C.

Cincinnati (10-3) defeated Duke (6-7) 48-34

--

Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl, at San Diego

Baylor (8-5) defeated UCLA (9-5) 49-26

--

--

Dec. 28

AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl, at Shreveport, La.

Ohio (9-4) defeated Louisiana-Monroe (8-5) 45-14

--

Russell Athletic Bowl, at Orlando, Fla.

Virginia Tech (7-6) defeated Rutgers (9-4) 13-10 (OT)

--

Meineke Car Care Bowl, at Houston

Texas Tech (8-5) defeated Minnesota (6-7) 34-31

--

--

Dec. 29

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, at Dallas

Rice (7-6) defeated Air Force (6-7) 33-14

--

New Era Pinstripe Bowl, at New York

Syracuse (8-5) defeated West Virginia (7-6) 38-14

--

Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, at San Francisco

Arizona State (8-5) defeated Navy (8-5) 62-28

--

Valero Alamo Bowl, at San Antonio

Texas (9-4) defeated Oregon State (9-4) 31-27

--

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, at Tempe, Ariz.

Michigan State (7-6) defeated Texas Christian (7-6) 17-16

--

--

Dec. 31

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, at Nashville

Vanderbilt (9-4) defeated North Carolina State (7-6) 38-24

--

Hyundai Sun Bowl, at El Paso, Texas

Georgia Tech (7-7) defeated Southern California (7-6) 21-7

--

AutoZone Liberty Bowl, at Memphis

Tulsa (11-3) defeated Iowa State (6-7) 31-17

--

Chick-fil-A Bowl, at Atlanta

Clemson (11-2) defeated Louisiana State (10-3) 25-24

--

--

Jan. 1

Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, Fla.

Northwestern (10-3) defeated Mississippi State (8-5) 34-20

--

Heart of Dallas Bowl, at Dallas

Oklahoma State (8-5) defeated Purdue (6-7) 58-14

--

Outback Bowl, at Tampa, Fla.

South Carolina (11-2) vs. Michigan (8-5) 33-28

--

Capital One Bowl, at Orlando, Fla.

Georgia (12-2) defeated Nebraska (10-4) 45-31

--

Rose Bowl presented by VIZIO, at Pasadena, Calif.

Stanford (12-2) defeated Wisconsin (8-6) 20-14

--

Discover Orange Bowl, at Miami

Florida State (12-2) defeated Northern Illinois (12-2) 31-10

--

--

Jan. 2

Allstate Sugar Bowl, at New Orleans

Louisville (11-2) defeated Florida (11-2) 33-23

--

--

Jan. 3

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, at Glendale, Ariz.

Oregon (12-1) defeated Kansas State (11-2) 35-17

--

--

Jan. 4

AT&T Cotton Bowl, at Arlington, Texas

Texas A&M (11-2) defeated Oklahoma (10-3) 41-13

--

--

Jan. 5

BBVA Compass Bowl, at Birmingham, Ala.

Mississippi (7-6) defeated Pittsburgh (6-7) 38-17

--

--

Jan. 6

GoDaddy.com Bowl, at Mobile, Ala.

Arkansas State (10-3) defeated Kent State (11-3) 17-13

--

Jan. 7

Tostitos BCS National Championship Game, at Miami

Alabama (13-1) defeated Notre Dame (12-1) 42-14
Published in Sports
Wednesday, 30 January 2013 04:53

College football recruits visit strip club

MIAMI, Jan. 30 (UPI) -- Florida International University football coach Ron Turner's problems include a visit by potential recruits to a strip club, escorted by student-athlete hosts.

The incoming coach at the Miami college ordered the Twitter accounts of players Demarkus Perkins and Isame Faciane shut down after an entry by Perkins Sunday morning read, "The recruit was 2funny at strip club tonight."

FIU's official rules regarding visiting recruits, and their hosts, prohibit hosts from entertaining "the prospective student-athlete by attending a gentlemen's club or providing an opportunity for a sexual encounter."

The names of the recruits in the incident were not reported. Perkins and Faciane are still in school and still on the team, The Miami Herald reported Wednesday, but Turner refused to discuss any further disciplinary action.

"Moving forward, I'll be able to do a better job of picking hosts," Turner said. "Obviously, a couple didn't do the right job. That's not something that's acceptable."
Published in Sports
Wednesday, 06 February 2013 00:13

Maine extends football coachs contract

ORONO, Maine, Feb. 6 (UPI) -- Jack Cosgrove, already the school record-holder for most football coaching wins, won a contract extension from the University of Maine.

The school announced Cosgrove agreed to a three-year contract extension, which ties him to Maine through June 2016.

"Jack has done a terrific job as the leader of the Black Bear football team," Athletic Director Steve Abbott said. "He thrives on the intense competition and rivalries in the Colonial Athletic Association and is committed to continuing to build upon the team's success."

Cosgrove, 56, played quarterback for Maine (1974-77) and has been on the football coaching staff nearly every season since. He has been head coach since 1993.

The Black Bears' 5-6 record last season pushed his career mark to 111-118. The win total is a Maine record.

The Black Bears have been to the NCAA playoffs four times, most recently in 2011, under Cosgrove and the team won CAA titles in 2001 and 2002.
Published in Sports
Monday, 14 January 2013 22:27

College football bowl schedule

WASHINGTON, Jan. 15 (UPI) -- Schedule and results for college football bowls for 2012-13:

(All times EST)

--

Dec. 15

Gildan New Mexico Bowl, at Albuquerque

Arizona (8-5) defeated Nevada (7-6) 49-48

--

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, at Boise, Idaho

Utah State (11-2) defeated Toledo (9-4) 41-15

--

--

Dec. 20

San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl, at San Diego

Brigham Young (8-5) defeated San Diego State (9-4) 23-6

--

--

Dec. 21

Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl, at St. Petersburg, Fla.

Central Florida (10-4) defeated Ball State (9-4) 38-17

--

--

Dec. 22

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, at New Orleans

Louisiana-Lafayette (9-4) defeated East Carolina (8-5) 43-34

--

MAACO Bowl Las Vegas, at Las Vegas

Boise State (11-2) defeated Washington (7-6) 28-26

--

--

Dec. 24

Sheraton Hawaii Bowl, at Honolulu

Southern Methodist (7-6) defeated Fresno State (9-4) 43-10

--

--

Dec. 26

Little Caesars Bowl, at Detroit

Central Michigan (7-6) defeated Western Kentucky (7-6) 24-21

--

--

Dec. 27

Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman, at Washington

San Jose State (11-2) defeated Bowling Green (8-5) 29-20

--

Belk Bowl, at Charlotte, N.C.

Cincinnati (10-3) defeated Duke (6-7) 48-34

--

Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl, at San Diego

Baylor (8-5) defeated UCLA (9-5) 49-26

--

--

Dec. 28

AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl, at Shreveport, La.

Ohio (9-4) defeated Louisiana-Monroe (8-5) 45-14

--

Russell Athletic Bowl, at Orlando, Fla.

Virginia Tech (7-6) defeated Rutgers (9-4) 13-10 (OT)

--

Meineke Car Care Bowl, at Houston

Texas Tech (8-5) defeated Minnesota (6-7) 34-31

--

--

Dec. 29

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, at Dallas

Rice (7-6) defeated Air Force (6-7) 33-14

--

New Era Pinstripe Bowl, at New York

Syracuse (8-5) defeated West Virginia (7-6) 38-14

--

Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, at San Francisco

Arizona State (8-5) defeated Navy (8-5) 62-28

--

Valero Alamo Bowl, at San Antonio

Texas (9-4) defeated Oregon State (9-4) 31-27

--

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, at Tempe, Ariz.

Michigan State (7-6) defeated Texas Christian (7-6) 17-16

--

--

Dec. 31

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, at Nashville

Vanderbilt (9-4) defeated North Carolina State (7-6) 38-24

--

Hyundai Sun Bowl, at El Paso, Texas

Georgia Tech (7-7) defeated Southern California (7-6) 21-7

--

AutoZone Liberty Bowl, at Memphis

Tulsa (11-3) defeated Iowa State (6-7) 31-17

--

Chick-fil-A Bowl, at Atlanta

Clemson (11-2) defeated Louisiana State (10-3) 25-24

--

--

Jan. 1

Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, Fla.

Northwestern (10-3) defeated Mississippi State (8-5) 34-20

--

Heart of Dallas Bowl, at Dallas

Oklahoma State (8-5) defeated Purdue (6-7) 58-14

--

Outback Bowl, at Tampa, Fla.

South Carolina (11-2) vs. Michigan (8-5) 33-28

--

Capital One Bowl, at Orlando, Fla.

Georgia (12-2) defeated Nebraska (10-4) 45-31

--

Rose Bowl presented by VIZIO, at Pasadena, Calif.

Stanford (12-2) defeated Wisconsin (8-6) 20-14

--

Discover Orange Bowl, at Miami

Florida State (12-2) defeated Northern Illinois (12-2) 31-10

--

--

Jan. 2

Allstate Sugar Bowl, at New Orleans

Louisville (11-2) defeated Florida (11-2) 33-23

--

--

Jan. 3

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, at Glendale, Ariz.

Oregon (12-1) defeated Kansas State (11-2) 35-17

--

--

Jan. 4

AT&T Cotton Bowl, at Arlington, Texas

Texas A&M (11-2) defeated Oklahoma (10-3) 41-13

--

--

Jan. 5

BBVA Compass Bowl, at Birmingham, Ala.

Mississippi (7-6) defeated Pittsburgh (6-7) 38-17

--

--

Jan. 6

GoDaddy.com Bowl, at Mobile, Ala.

Arkansas State (10-3) defeated Kent State (11-3) 17-13

--

Jan. 7

Tostitos BCS National Championship Game, at Miami

Alabama (13-1) defeated Notre Dame (12-1) 42-14
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