Biggest Wins in Next Four 2007 Bowl Games – West Virginia and Kansas Jayhawks – Part 7
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Biggest Wins in Next Four 2007 Bowl Games – West Virginia and Kansas Jayhawks – Part 7
Here are the following 4 champs of the current year's 2007 school football bowl game outcomes: BCS Fiesta Bowl - West Virginia Stomps a Mud Hole in Oklahoma, 48-28 Any individual who believed that Southern Cal or Georgia was dastardly in their resonating bowl triumphs didn't see West Virginia slap around the Oklahoma Sooners 48-28 in the BCS Fiesta Bowl. The eleventh positioned Mountaineers lost their lead trainer Rich Rodriguez to Michigan before the Fiesta Bowl, lost their star full back Steve Slaton to a first-quarter leg injury, needed to arrange under interval mentor Bill Stewart, and figured out how to do everything to say the least. Quarterback Pat White ran for 150 yards and tossed for another 176 yards and 2 scores. Noel Devine stepped in for Slaton and ran for 108 yards and 2 scores, one for 17 yards and another for 65 yards to secure the game in the fourth quarter. Oklahoma's incredible offense, which arrived at the midpoint of 43+ focuses per game, was stuck in nonpartisan against West Virginia's fourth positioned guard. The West Virginia hostile players-White, Devine and Darius Reynaud-appeared to run past Sooners who gave off an impression of being watching them as opposed to handling them. Plainly, a portion of the sprout has fallen off of Bob Stoops and his Oklahoma players, what now's identity is significantly less great with the entirety of their bellyaching.  ยูฟ่าคาสิโน168   They were humiliated last year in a similar Fiesta Bowl when Boise State made them look senseless with stunt plays and a dazzling surprise. The Sooners need to quiet down, refocus and begin playing football once more. For a group that was positioned ninth in scoring protection and eighth in surging safeguard, the Sooners looked moderate when it made a difference most. They saw the backs of a ton of pullovers. Give the West Virginia Mountaineers credit; they took care of business when it made a difference. It took all of about a day for the West Virginia mind trust to conclude that perhaps their public quest for another mentor should wind up in their own storage space as Bill Stewart was named new lead trainer. BCS Orange Bowl - Kansas Takes Down the Mighty Virginia Tech Hokies, 24-21 So who was it that said that Kansas was a paper tiger? A 6-6 group last year that had no business in a BCS bowl game. All the Jayhawks did for the current year was field the sixth best all out offense in the country and the second best scoring offense broadly en route to an exciting 12-1 record subsequent to finishing Virginia Tech 24-21 in the BCS Orange Bowl. In the event that Kansas mentor Mark Mangino was in a packed tram station in New York City, he would not be the person whining and yelling. He would be the person you would not see aside from his large presence, no where more so than on the sideline when Kansas plays football. Individuals are starting to discover that Jayhawks can fly, they are not chickens. So here comes Kansas into their BCS game and how do the Jayhawks win? With their guard. The Jayhawks took out 3 passes and transformed them into 17 focuses to bring down the No. 5-positioned Hokies. It was sweet for Kansas, which won its first BCS game and set a school standard with 12 successes. Virginia Tech, which lost its fourth sequential BCS game, dropped to 11-3. It's anything but a cold and breezy night for the two groups and the Hokies remained in the game, however the Jayhawks leaped out to a 17-0 lead and they completed what they began. They played like their future relied on it, and in light of the fact that they did, they have a more promising time to come. It is my agreement that basically every player in the group is returning one year from now. Like they say in the diversion business, this could be the beginning of something significant. Worldwide Bowl - Rutgers and Ray Rice Run by Ball State in 52-30 Rout Beam Rice made some set of experiences for a notable school by running for 280 yards and 4 scores in driving Rutgers-which played the main school football match-up past Ball State 52-30. Rutgers, in Toronto, Canada for the International Bowl, denoted its second postseason win in the school's 138-year history, and second successive win in two years with their 37-10 victory triumph over Kansas State in last year's Texas Bowl. Rice, whose 25 TDs this season and 2,012 hurrying yards are both school records, additionally turned into the main Big East player to break the 2,000-yard season surging obstruction. He is in some very great organization as previous Big East players with a NFL sway incorporate Edgerrin James, Clinton Portis and Willis McGahee, all alumni of Miami (FL). Quarterback Mike Teel helped Rutgers along by going 16-of-25 for 303 yards and 3 TD passes. Among Rice's runs was a profession long 90-yard TD hurry. Rice, a lesser, should now choose to go NFL early or get back to Rutgers for a senior season. He should declare his arrangements for the NFL draft by Jan. 15. While Rice's presentation was incredible the Ball State hurrying protection was not. Ball State was positioned 99th broadly in surging protection. Ball State is certifiably not a genuine executioner in bowl games either, having played in 6 and won none. Such is the condition of school football today when 32 bowl games are played including 64 groups and there are simply 119 to pick from. Rutgers completed its season at 8-5 (not THAT large of an arrangement) and Ball State dropped to 7-6 (at any rate it was anything but a losing season). GMAC Bowl - Tulsa Capitalizes on Stupid Bowling Green Mistakes, 63-7 Give Bowling Green a few props for making it to the GMAC Bowl. They didn't annihilate the vehicle they used to get to the arena. They figured out how to get dressed without help from anyone else. Yet, that was about it. At the point when it came time to appear, the Falcons figured out how to mishandle multiple times in the principal half and their rival, Tulsa, immediately scored 4 scores to take a 35-0 halftime lead. The rest was all declining for Bowling Green as they lost 63-7 to complete the year at 8-5 (at any rate it's anything but a triumphant record, that is beyond what some bowl washouts can say). The outcome was the most unbalanced (56 focuses) in the current year's 32-game bowl plan. Before the GMAC Bowl, Bowling Green had won its last 4 back to back bowl trips. "We were out of it before we were in it," said Bowling Green mentor Gregg Brandon. Tulsa carried 3 things to the GMAC Bowl: the country's tenth best scoring offense, the country's third best passing offense and the country's No. 1 all out offense. They showed why the Golden Hurricane can score 63 focuses in a game. Quarterback Paul Smith passed for 312 yards and 5 scores while moving up his fourteenth back to back 300-yard passing game, breaking Ty Detmer's record for Brigham Young. On the way to the victory win, Tulsa turned into the primary group in NCAA history to have a 5,000-yard passer, a 1,000-yard rusher and 3 (check them) 1,000-yard collectors. Tulsa just piled up 562 yards of offense in the game.

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