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Orlando SentinelThe Football Bowl Association released the schedule for the upcoming college football bowl season Wednesday which includes 35 bowl games played over 17 days. This season is the final one under the current postseason format – Bowl Championship...
* denote ACC Bowl tie-ins (Miami), ^ denote Conference USA (FIU, FAU). December 21: Gildan New Mexico Bowl (2 p.m.), Las Vegas Bowl (3:30 p.m.), Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (5:30 p.m.), R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl (9 p.m.) ^ December 23: Beef 'O'...
The Hartford CourantPALO ALTO, Calif. — Is it a slap to the face of women's college basketball that the No. 1 vs. No. 2 showdown between Stanford and UConn ended up being relegated to ESPNU? Sure it is. Then again, the game has clanged enough layups that many sports...
The holiday season is upon us. For each person, that means something different. For some, it means sharing the joy of the Christmas spirit with friends and family. For some, it means lighting the Menorah and celebrating eight magical nights of Hannukah....
Channel Guide MagazineCollege football bowl games 2012-13 TV schedule begins with the Gildan New Mexico Bowl Dec. 15 and ends with the BCS National Championship Jan. 7. The Gildan New Mexico Bowl between Nevada and Arizona Dec. 15 at 1pm ET on ESPN won’t be the most...
TALLAHASSEE -- From the fans' perspective, the relationship in recent years between Florida State fanatics and the referees overseeing their football games might be best described as tenuous. Long replay reviews, apparent missed calls and questionable...
Special to this NewspaperBrawley native Donald Wharton Jr. watched from the sidelines of the Armed Forces Bowl as Rice University’s freshman quarterback Driphus Jackson threw for 264 yards including two touchdowns as the Owls beat Wharton’s Air Force Academy Falcons,...
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Only two public contestants went 4-1 in this past week’s Beat the Press competition. Ernie Hernandez and Edward A. Morales, both of Imperial, went 4-1, but Hernandez beat Morales with the Sunday Night Football tiebreaker to get the win. Hernandez...
The Baltimore SunIf anyone wants to nitpick at Navy's football success over the past decade, a starting point — and finish line — might be the team's record in bowl games. Going into Saturday's Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl against Arizona State (7-5) at San...
Special to this NewspaperThe Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl on Saturday morning in Fort Worth, Texas, pits the Rice Owls against the Air Force Falcons and Brawley Union High graduate and Valley native Donald Wharton will be wearing No. 39 for the Falcons. Wharton...
One of the perks of going to any bowl is the swag players receive from the game’s organizers. The Sports Business Journal put together a list of what all bowl games are giving out to participants this year. Bowls are limited by the NCAA to award...
FORT WORTH, Texas -- When Rice freshman quarterback Driphus Jackson was suddenly thrust into action in the Armed Forces Bowl, he drove the Owls within 2 yards of a tying touchdown before his errant pitch led to a turnover. Jackson more than made up...
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