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Old 11-17-2011, 06:12 PM   #209
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Old 11-17-2011, 06:30 PM   #210
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Huge upset in the conference championships

ACC: #4 Virginia Tech (12-1) beat #7 Maryland (11-2) 41-31
Big 10: #9 Michigan State (12-1) beat #3 Illinois (11-2) 38-35 on a TD with 58 seconds left
MAC: Ohio (11-2) defeated Toledo (9-4) 37-7
MWC: #21 Fresno State (11-2) defeated #13 Houston 31-24 in OT
Pac-12: #1 Oregon (13-0) defeated Colorado (6-7) 51-3
SEC Georgia (7-6) upset #19 Alabama (9-4) 43-39 in a fireworks show


Final BCS Standings
NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Dec 8, 2013
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Oregon1301.000
22Kansas120.994
34Virginia Tech121.989
49Michigan State121.983
56Missouri111.978
65Wisconsin102.972
78Boise State102.964
83Illinois112.964
97Maryland112.950
1010Penn State102.940
1111Arkansas93.939
1212USF111.937
1314BYU83.911
1415Arkansas State102.906
1516Auburn93.900
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Old 11-20-2011, 08:46 PM   #211
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BCS Bowl selections




#2 Kansas (12-0) at #1 Oregon (13-0)



#5 Missouri (11-1) at #4 Michigan State (12-1)






#13 BYU (8-3) at #6 Wisconsin (10-2)





#12 USF (11-1) at #3 Virginia Tech (12-1)




#17 Fresno State (11-2) at Georgia (7-6)


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Old 11-22-2011, 01:00 PM   #212
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Entire Bowl Lineup
New Mexico Bowl: Air Force (7-5) vs Arizona (6-6)
Beef O'Brady's Bowl: Tulane (7-5) vs Colorado State (6-6)
New Orleans Bowl: Boston College (6-6) vs #24 Mid Tenn State (10-2)
Las Vegas Bowl: USC (6-6) vs #7 Boise State (10-2)
Poinsettia Bowl: UL Monroe (8-4) vs #18 Houston (11-2)
Hawai'i Bowl: Utah (6-6) vs San Diego State (6-6)
Little Caesars Pizza Bowl: Notre Dame (6-6) vs Toledo (9-4)
Belk Bowl: Miami (6-6) vs Connecticut (9-3)
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: Florida (7-5) vs Stanford (7-5)
Music City Bowl: South Carolina (7-5) vs Wake Forest (8-4)
Independence Bowl: Hawai;i (8-4) vs UCF (7-5)
Military Bowl: Kent State (6-5) vs Navy (6-6)
Champs Sports Bowl: #20 TCU (9-3) vs #23 Georgia Tech (9-3)
Humanitarian Bowl: Northern Illinois (7-5) vs Idaho (8-4)
Holiday Bowl: Baylor (6-6) vs UCLA (8-4)
Sun Bowl: Washington (7-5) vs #16 NC State (9-3)
Armed Forces Bowl: #14 Arkansas State (10-2) vs Nevada (7-5)
AutoZone Liberty Bowl: Cincinnati (7-5) vs Rice (7-5)
Texas Bowl: Northwestern (6-6) vs Texas (6-6)
Insight Bowl: Oklahoma (7-5) vs Ohio State (6-6)
Chick-fil-A Bowl: #17 LSU (8-4) vs #9 Maryland (11-2)
Outback Bowl: #15 Auburn (9-3) vs #10 Penn State (10-2)
Capital One Bowl: Alabama (9-4) vs #8 Illinois (11-2)
Gator Bowl: Tennessee (7-5) vs Michigan (8-4)
TicketCity Bowl: Southern Miss (10-2) vs #22 Iowa (8-4)
Alamo Bowl: Oklahoma State (7-5) vs Oregon State (7-5)
Godaddy.com Bowl: Ohio (11-2) vs #21 Troy (9-3)
AT&T Cotton Bowl: Mississippi State (8-4) vs #12 Arkansas (9-3)
BBVA Compass Bowl: Cal (6-6) vs Ole Miss (8-4)
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Old 11-22-2011, 01:47 PM   #213
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Matchup Preview *|* January 1, 2014
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#5 Missouri Tigers
(11-1, Away)
#4 Michigan State Spartans
(12-1, Home)
Game Notes
The Missouri Tigers (11-1, #5 BCS, #5 Harris, #5 Coaches) take on #4 Michigan State (12-1, #4 BCS, #4 Harris, #4 Coaches) in the 2014 Rose Bowl.

Missouri has a 3-5 overall record against Michigan State and they have lost the last three matchups which date back to 1945. Their last victory was a 13-7 win over the Spartans in 1944, the Spartans went 6-1 that year.

James Franklin will be unavailable for the game, the with Michigan State having the #14 pass defense it is hard to believe the Tigers will be able to manage a very effective offensive attack.

Michigan State has the #4 rushing offense, and the #39 pass offense. Missouri should shut down the run, but the pass will once again plague Missouri. If the Tigers wish to salvage the season with a Rose Bowl Victory they must shut down the Spartan passing attack.

Michigan State has not played in the Rose Bowl since 1988, they cannot wait to for it.
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Missouri Tigers and Michigan State Spartans play a classic in the 2014 Rose Bowl
The Michigan State Spartans last played the Missouri Tigers in 2001, and they spanked them 55-7 in East Lansing.

This time both teams were one game away from the national championship, as the Spartans lost to Wisconsin 49-7 and Missouri lost to Kansas 31-28.

The game started hot for the Tigers, they received the opening kickoff and marched right down the field. Evan Torres for the Tigers was running an option when he decided to pitch it to David Steele. Unfortunately J. Jones for the Spartans stepped in the way, grabbed the pitch, and returned in 80 yards for a defensive TD and a 7-0 lead.

J. Jones and the MSU defense struck first in the 2014 Rose Bowl

On the kickoff the return was fumbled, but D. Washington scooped it up and rumbled 69 yards for a touchdown and to tie the game 7-7.



D. Washington picks up a potentially dangerous fumble by MU and turns it into points with a 69 yard fumble recovery run to make it 7-7


Michigan State responded with a methodical drive down the field and a 30 yard field goal, making it 10-7 Spartans.

Missouri responded with a surgical drive, no huddling their way down the field with lots of 1-2 plays per 1st down, until the Spartans held them to a fourth down, so C O'Connor booted a 39 yard field goal to tie the game 10-10 where it would remain for the rest of the 1st quarter.

Michigan State went three and out, and Missouri started driving. Torres threw a deep pass that bounced off a defender and was scooped up by a trailing defender before it hit the ground, giving MSU possession of the ball at the Missouri 5 yard line.

A game of field position started in the second quarter, as Missouri and Michigan State both had 2 three-and-outs apiece to end the first quarter and begin the second quarter. Unfortunately for Michigan State they were pinned down at the 3 yard line, as the earlier MSU interception at the 5 yard line had left them in bad field position for a field position battle.

Missouri broke their streak as Torres drove them down the field to the 18 yard line where C' O'Connor drilled a 35 yard FG to give the Tigers their first lead in the game 13-10.

Missouri forced another 3-and-out, and started marching down the field to try and increase their lead before halftime. E. Torres nailed J. Thomas perfectly in the numbers for a 44 yard touchdown with 9 seconds left in the half for a 20-10 lead.

Missouri kicked off to start the second half, and Michigan State drove down to the 22 yard line but missed the 39 yard field goal. Missouri took over again still ahead 20-10.

A few drives later, with the score still 20-10, Michigan State finally found momentum when L. Bell broke a pair of tackles and rushed 59 yards for a touchdown to make it 20-17 with the Tigers still leading with 2:09 left in the third quarter.

With 5:17 left in the fourth quarter A. Maxwell had marched MSU down to the Tigers 16 yard line on a 61 yard 14 play drive. Maxwell launched a ball towards the endzone, but D. Washington came with a crucial interception, giving the Tigers the ball on Michigan State's 11 yard line with 5:17 left and a 20-17 lead.


D. Washington saves the day with an interception to end MSU's promising drive


The Tigers went 3 and out, and MSU got the ball back and started driving down the field on L. Bell's legs. With 3:24 left in the game MSU's K. Muma nailed an off the bar 56 yard field goal that got a lucky bounce, tying the game at 20 apiece and MSU having the clear advantage as far as offensive production in the second half.

E. Torres marched the Tigers down the field quickly, sealing the drive with a 48 yard pass to D. Steele who wrestled his way into the endzone for a 27-20 lead with 2:31 left in the game.

Maxwell tried to play hero for MSU, but he miscalculated a deep pass to Sonnattg and was picked off by C. Browning for MU, who returned in 45 yards to the MU 20 with 1:21 left in the game.

MSU forced the 3-and-out, but a 28 yard field goal by C O'Connor gave MU a 30-20 lead, meaning MSU needed to score twice to win the game. They were unable to gain a first down, and lost the game 30-20 after A. Maxwell was sacked twice and his 4th and 26 pass was caught by K. Mumphery for 23 yards but he ran out of bounds to give MU the ball back with 31 seconds left and MSU having no timeouts.

Missouri POTG: E. Torres 17/29 passing for 234 yards, 2 TD, 1 Int, sacked 2x, 18 carries for 73 yards.
C. Browning with 6 tackles, and 2 INT.

Michigan State POTG
Leveon Bell with 15 carries for 149 yards and 1 TD.

Missouri Tigers at Michigan State Spartans
Jan 1, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#4 Michigan State Spartans (12-1)1007320
#5 Missouri Tigers (11-1)101001030
Team Stats Comparison
MIZZMSU
Total Offense258353
Rushing Yards150119
Passing Yards108234
First Downs1617
Punt Return Yards946
Kick Return Yards15361
Total Yards420460
Turnovers32
3rd Down Converstion2-135-14
4th Down Conversion0-10-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2-0-1 (50%)5-0-3 (60%)
Penalties1-54-40
Posession Time
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGMIZZMSU
4:39(MSU) J. Jones intercepted an option pitch and returned it 80 yards (PAT)07
4:28(MIZZ) D. Washington picked up a fumble on the kickoff return and ran in 69 yards (PAT)77
3:21(MSU) K. Muma 30 yard FG 710
2:05(MIZZ) C. O'Connor 39 yard FG1010
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGMIZZMSU
2:28(MIZZ) C. O'Connor 35 yard FG1310
0:09(MIZZ) J. Thomas 44 yard pass from E. Torres (PAT)2010
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGMIZZMSU
2:09(MSU) L. Bell 59 yard rush (PAT)2017
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGMIZZMSU
3:24(MSU) K. Muma 56 yard FG2020
2:31(MIZZ) D. Steele 48 yard pass from E. Torres (PAT)2720
1:04(MIZZ) C. O'Connor 28 yard FG3020
Missouri Tigers
Michigan State Spartans

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Rock Chalk Jayhawk


Well the season is over, and with only one undefeated team the Kansas Jayhawks are the unanimous #1 team in the nation after beating Oregon 49-31 in a shootout.
Missouri leaped to #2 in the nation, in part thanks to only losing to Kansas this year in a very close game.

All Bowl Results

New Mexico Bowl: Air Force defeated Arizona 38-21
Beef O'Brady's Bowl: Colorado State routed Tulane 28-17
New Orleans Bowl: #20 Mid Tenn State rolled Boston College 41-14
Las Vegas Bowl: #8 Boise State fought off USC 39-29
Poinsettia Bowl: #14 Houston slipped past UL Monroe 23-20
Hawai'i Bowl: San Diego State defeated Utah 48-31
Little Caesars Pizza Bowl: Notre Dame defeated Toledo 48-28
Belk Bowl: Connecticut defeated Miami 38-21
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: Florida beat Stanford 38-10
Music City Bowl: South Carolina slipped past Wake Forest 26-21
Independence Bowl: #25 Hawai'i steam rolled past UCF 56-35
Military Bowl: Navy beat Kent State 37-6
Champs Sports Bowl: #14 TCU beat Georgia Tech 41-28
Humanitarian Bowl: Idaho beat Northern Illinois 52-42
Holiday Bowl: Baylor beat UCLA 37-20
Sun Bowl: #12 NC State beat Washington 38-24
Armed Forces Bowl: Nevada beat #18 Arkansas State 45-35
AutoZone Liberty Bowl: Cincinnati beat Rice 31-28 in OT
Texas Bowl: Texas bested Northwestern 27-22
Insight Bowl: Ohio State routed Oklahoma 45-2
Chick-fil-A Bowl: #9 Maryland beat LSU 46-17
Outback Bowl: #10 Auburn dominated #13 Penn State 18-0
Capital One Bowl: #6 Illinois bested Alabama 49-28
Gator Bowl: #21 Michigan ousted Tennessee 30-24
TicketCity Bowl: #19 Iowa beat Southern Miss 44-10
Alamo Bowl: Oklahoma State beat Oregon State 45-42
Godaddy.com Bowl: #15 Troy beat Ohio 34-31
AT&T Cotton Bowl: Mississippi State upset #22 Arkansas 31-24
BBVA Compass Bowl: Ole Miss defeat Cal 27-14
Sugar Bowl: #16 Fresno State beat Georgia 42-20
Orange Bowl: #3 Virginia Tech beat #11 USF 42-14
Fiesta Bowl: #5 Wisconsin beat #23 BYU 61-47
Rose Bowl: #2 Missouri beat #7 Michigan State 30-20
BCS National Championship: #1 Kansas beat #4 Oregon 49-31

Final Coaches Poll
NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Jan 10, 2014
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
12Kansas (61)1301525
25Missouri1211240
33Virginia Tech1311233
41Oregon1311183
56Wisconsin1121123
67Illinois1221063
74Michigan State1221041
88Boise State1121025
99Maryland1221003
1014Auburn103906
1111USF112794
1215NC State103758
1310Penn State103721
1418Houston122653
1519Troy103609
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Tigers have 12 AA, win 5 awards
After their second straight 12-1 season, Missouri took home lots of awards for their players with 12 All Americans and 5 individual awards.
Larry Harris won the Bednarik, Lombardi, and Nagurski awards.
Mitch Morse won the Outland and Rimington trophys.

M. Boddie, M. Copeland, M Morse, M. Hill, L. Harris, G. Johnson, and C. Browning were 1st team All Americans.

T. Bolden was a 2nd team All American.

D. Steele, J. Thomas, C. Jones, and J. Vincent all made the freshman all american team.
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