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Old 05-09-2019, 07:04 AM   #329
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Well deserved awards for both players. Hopefully Texas can cap off the season with a title!


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Yes, I must admit, I am rooting for them because I think they're long overdue and it would make for a heck of a comeback story for them after losing last year's title game, however a Michigan win would make our scheduled games versus the Wolverines next season and in 2029 a lot more juicier.


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Game 13, Year 1 Preview (2027 season): LSU Tigers vs. Wisconsin Badgers





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Game Capsule: LSU and Wisconsin meet up in the 2027 Gator Bowl, marking only the fifth ever meeting between the two programs, and the third time they will meet in the postseason. A series that dates back to 1971, the Tigers currently hold a 3-1 overall record versus the Badgers, with their only loss coming four years ago in a 44-17 blowout loss in the Outback Bowl, which wrapped up the 2023 season.

First year LSU head coach D. Geezy has never faced Wisconsin in his head coaching career, but dating back to his time at Tulane, he holds a remarkable 10-2 all-time record versus Big 10 opponents. He also boasts an overall 11-5 record in bowl games, including defeating Penn St. in 2016 and Michigan in 2018 to win his only pair of national championships during his 18-year career.

A very run-heavy team, the Badgers will need a big game out of RB Donny Coker (76 ovr), who rushed for over 1,200 yards during the regular season. LSU's senior-laden defensive line - DE Lawrence Hicks (85 ovr), DE Joel McFarland (81 ovr), and DT Robert Carrington (83 ovr) are the only three senior players in the team's defensive starting lineup - will be a key to slowing down the Badgers' always-potent rushing attack.

Both of these teams have had brutal schedules to deal with this year, and each of them may be better than what their records indicate heading into the postseason.




Starting Lineups/Key Players:





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25-CB Christian Darby (sr) - 74 ovr: broken shoulder, out for the season
15-RB Greg Hearn (rs-jr) - 73 ovr: torn back muscle, questionable



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Old 05-09-2019, 09:14 AM   #331
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Re: Game 13, Year 1 Preview (2027 season): LSU Tigers vs. Wisconsin Badgers

noone super scary on that Wisconsin roster but not really any glaring holes either that I see.

Both safeties being impact players could be a factor though.

Do you think Darby will get a RS and stay? If so how would he fit in the DB lineup?

LSU 28 - 17 WISC
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noone super scary on that Wisconsin roster but not really any glaring holes either that I see.

Both safeties being impact players could be a factor though.

Do you think Darby will get a RS and stay? If so how would he fit in the DB lineup?

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I think your assesment is spot-on. No one stands out for them on paper, but they look like a "pretty decent" team across the board; in other words, they have a typical Wisconsin roster - no one that will wow you, but you could easily see yourself on the wrong end of the scoreboard by the time the game ends if you don't bring your 'A' game.

I believe if we protect the football, and avoid allowing those two big time safeties to take over the game, we should come away with the W and get some much needed momentum heading into the off-season. Not allowing them to get out to a fast start will also be a key for us.

As for your question - CB Christian Darby has started 10 games this year for us, so even if medical redshirts was an option in this game (it's not), he would not qualify. We are losing him, however we do have a 4-star recruit named Vince Cromartie coming in next season that I think should come in rated high enough to take Darby's place next fall and perhaps be even better than he was, immediately.


And with all that said, after a long wait, it is finally time to knock out this bowl game!
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As for your question - CB Christian Darby has started 10 games this year for us, so even if medical redshirts was an option in this game (it's not), he would not qualify
I'm not sure what I was reading when I asked that question...
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Game 13, Year 1 (2027 season): LSU Tigers vs. Wisconsin Badgers




NR 38 -- 8-5
NR 51 -- 7-6



Wisconsin star FS Blake McCoy's 21-yard interception return for a touchdown increased the Badgers' lead to 21-10 in the second quarter and firmly put all the momentum on his team's side.




LSU's season comes to a disappointing conclusion in 51-38 Gator Bowl loss to Wisconsin that wasn't really close | After going down 10-0 early, Badgers take advantage of Tigers' mistakes to pull away, led 51-17 at one point | QB Rob Mason leads late rally to make things interesting, but his 432-yard 5-touchdown day was not enough to overcome 4 critical interceptions thrown | 13-point final score margin represents first year LSU head coach D. Geezy's biggest bowl loss of his coaching career as Tigers finish 8-5 for a second straight season, much to his chagrin



Jacksonville, FL -- LSU went into Saturday's New Year's Day matchup as a 4 1/2 point favorite over Wisconsin, and after going up 10-0 in the first quarter, seemed to be set to cruise to victory. However, the Badgers had other plans, as they'd subsequently go on a 51-7 run to pull away and eventually win in dominant fashion over the Tigers 51-38 in the Gator Bowl. Wisconsin senior WR Brian Simon caught 4 receptions for 105 yards and 2 touchdowns and RB Donny Coker had a huge day as well, as LSU's defense had no answer for the Badgers' offense for most of the game.

With Wisconsin down 10-0 early, WR Brian Simon's 78-yard touchdown turned the tide of the game and was his first of two scores on the day.


Following a 43-yard opening kickoff return by Tigers true freshman WR Brady Carter Jr. to start the game, LSU went on a 6-play 47-yard march which culminated with a 6-yard touchdown pass from QB Rob Mason to RB Scottie Rodgers that put their team up 7-0. And following an interception by CB Jerome Harmon on the Badgers' first offensive series, freshman PK Ross Bryant's 34-yard field goal would increase LSU's lead to 10-0 later in the first quarter, but that's when the wheels began to fall off for the Tigers.

Wisconsin QB Justin White's 78-yard touchdown pass to Simon, who beat Harmon, on the very first play of the next drive following Bryant's field goal cut the Badgers' deficit to 10-7. Then, early in the second quarter, Wisconsin would take the lead when White and Simon hooked up another time, once again with Simon matched up versus Harmon in one-on-one coverage, this time from 20 yards away to make the score 14-10, and the Badgers would never look back. Unfortunately for LSU, the bleeding was just getting started.

On the Tigers' very next offensive play from scrimmage after falling behind, Mason attempted to hit S. Rodgers on a short pass in the flat, apparently a big part of LSU's game plan as Rodgers finished with a career-high 10 receptions for 124 yards and 2 touchdowns. However, Badgers star FS Blake McCoy perfectly read the play and jumped in front of S. Rodgers just before the ball's arrival, picked it off and returned it 21 yards for a touchdown, increasing the Wisconsin lead to 21-10.

LSU would stop the bleeding temporarily, when Mason found TE Lucas Rodgers in the end zone for a 4-yard touchdown with just under three minutes to go in the half to cut their team's deficit to 21-17, however that would be the last time the Tigers would dent the scoreboard for quite a while. After the Tigers surrendered a touchdown pass from White to TE Drew Washington, an interception thrown by Mason to CB Chase Potts just before halftime resulted in a field goal by Badgers PK Jake Gorman, increasing the Wisconsin lead to 31-17 going into the break.

"This was just not our day today," said LSU offensive coordinator Anthony High. Sometimes, it just feels like a never-ending avalanche and any time we did something well, either it would get called back due to a penalty or we'd screw something up on the next play...we were just so sloppy."


LSU had no answers for Badgers RB Donny Coker as he finished the game with 19 carries for 163 rushing yards, including this 56-yard third quarter touchdown that made the score 44-17 and blew the game wide open.
Wisconsin (7-6) would go on to score 30 unanswered points, using a steady balance of power-running by Coker and efficient passing by White. Coker finished the game with 19 carries for 163 yards, and his 56-yard touchdown in the third quarter that put the Badgers up 44-17, just before White's fourth touchdown pass of the day, this one to WR Richard Hunter, increased Wisconsin's lead to 51-17.

"We couldn't stop nothing today and that's on me. They ran when they wanted to; they passed when they wanted to," said Tigers defensive coordinator Charles Kelly. "This was just a piss-poor effort, and I don't buy any of this 'Well we were off for so long' bullcrap because they were off too and whipped our tails."

Now down by 34, the Tigers would finally awaken out of their hibernation in fourth quarter to make somewhat of a game of it.

Mason's 3-yard touchdown pass to S. Rodgers cut the team's deficit to 51-24, then LSU got the ball back quickly via an interception by DB Mario Reed on the Badgers' next offensive possession. However, Mason would return the favor by throwing an interception of his own in "goal to go" territory to CB Danny Bowers, his fourth interception thrown during the contest. Mason finished the afternoon 28 of 59 for 432 yards with 5 touchdowns and 4 interceptions.

"We did not come in here today intending to throw the ball 60 times, no," said LSU head coach D. Geezy, who noted than S. Rodgers' 10 carries for only 20 yards played a hand in what turned out to be a heavy passing day. "We did like our matchups early and I thought we were successful with the pass on the first couple of drives. We did intend to run the ball more however, but the game flow and overall ineffectiveness with the run dictated something else. You drop back that much, you're going to throw interceptions, especially against a good defense like this one."

Tigers QB Rob Mason threw for a season-high 432 yards and 5 touchdowns, however the 4 interceptions he threw marred the stat sheet.


Mason would end up throwing two more touchdown passes during the game's final period - a 74-yarder to WR Joe Burnett and a 41-yarder to WR Glen Walker - and cut the deficit to 51-38. The team did get the ball back with just over three minutes remaining with a chance to do more damage, however it was all for naught as they'd end up turning the ball over on downs after crossing midfield. LSU would never get the ball back, and their miracle comeback attempt came to a screeching halt.

With his record now 11-6 in bowl games, the 13-point loss on Saturday represents Geezy's largest bowl loss ever in his career (the previous worst losses were by 8, in 2011 and 2014). LSU finished the year 8-5, identical to the record of the team last season, prior to Geezy's arrival.

"Obviously this was a disappointing conclusion to what was a very enjoyable season," said Geezy. The #1 takeaway after a game like this today is just that we must figure out how do we get better at being consistent, really on both sides of the ball. We've had outstanding offensive games and horrific offenses games this season, and the same can be said about the defense. Our off-season will really be focused on figuring out how to put together good performances on both sides of the ball, week-in, week-out, both schematically and in terms of making sure we have the right player personnel on the field in order to get it done. And you can include special teams in that as well.

"I know I wasn't hired here for 8-win seasons. Say what you want about this being year one of installing our program or what have you, but this was not a satisfying way of concluding the year, and 8-5 is not acceptable. We have a lot of work to do, and today served as a very strong reminder of that."





LSU senior DE Joel McFarland laments walking off the field for final time in his career and unfortunately having to do so with confetti raining down on him following Wisconsin's surprisingly dominant victory.




Box Score

LSU Tigers at Wisconsin Badgers
1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
LSU Tigers (8-5)10702138
Wisconsin Badgers (7-6)72420051



1st

: 6 yd TD pass from Mason to S. Rodgers (Bryant kick) 7:12 -- 7-0
: 34 yd FG by Bryant 2:22 -- 10-0
: 78 yd TD pass from White to Simon (Gorman kick) 2:08 -- 10-7

2nd

: 20 yd TD pass from White to Simon (Gorman kick) 6:42 -- 10-14
: 21 yd interception return TD by McCoy (Gorman kick) 6:00 -- 10-21
: 4 yd TD pass from Mason to L. Rodgers (Bryant kick) 2:57 -- 17-21
: 11 yd TD pass from White to Washington (Gorman kick) 0:20 -- 17-28
: 29 yd FG by Gorman 0:01 -- 17-31

3rd

: 38 yd FG by Gorman 5:30 -- 17-34
: 19 yd FG by Gorman 3:19 -- 17-37
: 56 yd TD run by Coker (Gorman kick) 2:23 -- 17-44
: 11 yd TD pass from White to Hunter (Gorman kick) 1:45 -- 17-51

4th

: 3 yd TD pass from Mason to S. Rodgers (Bryant kick) 6:42 -- 24-51
: 74 yd TD pass from Mason to Burnett (Bryant kick) 4:08 -- 31-51
: 41 yd TD pass from Mason to Walker (Bryant kick) 3:41 -- 38-51





Game Statistics


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Passing                            RATING  COMP  ATT  YDS  TD  INT 
 7-QB  *Rob Mason(jr)               123.3   28    59  432   5   4 

Rushing                            ATT  YDS  TD 
33-RB  Scottie Rodgers(fr)          10   20   0 (1 fumble lost)
 7-QB  *Rob Mason(jr)                7   43   0
46-RB  Anthony Johnson(rs-jr)        1    4   0

Receiving                          REC  YDS  TD 
33-RB  Scottie Rodgers(fr)          10  124   2
 4-WR  *Glen Walker(jr)              5   84   1
10-WR  Russell Stephens(jr)          4   57   0
13-TE  Lucas Rodgers(jr)             4   42   1
87-WR  Joe Burnett(jr)               2   87   1
 1-WR  Brady Carter Jr.(fr)          1   28   0 (8 kr, 157 yds | 3 pr, -3 yds)
83-WR  Chase Doyle(rs-jr)            1    8   0
14-FB  Josh Edwards(rs-sr)           1    2   0

Defensive Leaders                  TAK  SOLO  AST  TFL  SCK  INT 
 8-FS  *Trey Wade(jr)               11    9    2    0    0    0
28-SS  Mario Reed(jr)                3    3    0    1    0    1
 6-CB  Jerome Harmon(so)             3    2    1    0    0    2
99-OLB Will McNeal(fr)               3    2    1    0    0    0

Kicking                            FG MADE FG ATT LONG  MISSED  XP MADE XP ATT 
 3-PK  Ross Bryant(fr)               1       1     35     n/a     5       5

Key Team Stats:
Total Offensive Yards: 499
Rushing Totals: 18 att 67 yds 0 tds
Sacks Allowed: 1
3rd down conversions: 9-14 (64%)
4th down conversions: 1-2 (50%)
Offensive Turnovers: 5
Penalties: 5 for 80 yards
Time of Possession: 20:27

Wisconsin

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Passing                            RATING  COMP  ATT  YDS  TD  INT 
 1-QB  *Justin White(sr)            170.4   13    22  206   4   3

Rushing                            ATT  YDS  TD 
 5-RB  Donny Coker(rs-jr)           19  163   1
22-RB  Aaron Bush(so)               11   49   0
40-FB  Ryan Kelly(sr)                2    1   0
 1-QB  *Justin White(sr)             1   -2   0

Receiving                          REC  YDS  TD 
 2-WR  Brian Simon(sr)               4  105   2
17-WR  Richard Hunter(so)            4   39   1
44-TE  Brandon Wright(jr)            2   34   0
15-TE  Drew Washington(fr)           2   23   1
18-WR  Brandon Greenwood(fr)         1    5   0

Defensive Leaders                  TAK  SOLO  AST  TFL  SCK  INT 
 3-FS  *Blake McCoy(jr)              8    5    3    0    0    1 (1 td | 4 kr, 71 yds | 2 pr, 3 yds)
 6-CB  Danny Bowers(sr)              7    6    1    0    0    1
 9-LB/DB Kenan Alvarez(rs-jr)        5    5    0    0    0    0 (1 fr)
90-RE  Jeremy Smith(rs-sr)           4    4    0    2    1    0
23-CB  Chase Potts(jr)               2    2    0    0    0    2 (2 kr, 36 yds)
 4-SS  *Russ Morse(jr)               2    2    0    0    0    0

Kicking                            FG MADE FG ATT LONG  MISSED  XP MADE XP ATT 
13-PK  Jake Gorman(rs-so)            3       3     38     n/a     6       6

Key Team Stats:
Total Offensive Yards: 417
Rushing Totals: 33 att 211 yds 1 td
Sacks Allowed: 0
3rd down conversions: 5-11 (45%)
4th down conversions: 0-0 (0%)
Offensive Turnovers: 3
Penalties: 5 for 40 yards
Time of Possession: 15:33



2027 LSU Tigers Schedule/Results
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Opponent (record)            Result        LSU Player of the Game                 -Record-
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vs Florida St. (4-8)         L 24-28       QB Mason 15-30 232 yds, 11 car 45 yds  0-1 (0-0)
at Texas Tech (3-9)          W 72-42       QB Mason 13-16 308 yds, 5 total tds    1-1 (0-0)
at #12 Tulane (10-3)         L 21-49       FS Wade 4 tk 2 tfl 1 int 1 td          1-2 (0-1)
vs #18 South Carolina (11-3) W 19-14       QB Mason 274 total yds, 2 rush tds     2-2 (1-1)
vs #13 Florida (10-3)        W 29-28       QB Mason 452 total yds, 3 pass tds     3-2 (2-1)
at Kentucky (3-9)            W 51-50       QB Mason 388 total yds, 5 total tds    4-2 (3-1)      
vs Auburn (4-8)              W 49-14       WR Walker 4 rec 119 yds 2 tds          5-2 (4-1)
vs Southern Miss (7-6)       W 23-14       QB Mason 15-24 337 yds 2 total tds     6-2 (4-1)
at #6 Alabama (13-1)         L 35-43       RB Rodgers 13 car 173 yds 4 tds        6-3 (4-2)
at Ole Miss (7-6)            W 52-21       QB Mason 11-24 329 yds 4 tds 1 int     7-3 (5-2)
vs Arkansas (5-7)            L 20-30       QB Mason 458 total yds, 2 tds, 2 ints  7-4 (5-3)
at Oklahoma (5-7)            W 19-10       WR Carter 58 rec yds, 4 pr 96 yds 1 td 8-4 (5-3)
vs Wisconsin (7-6)           L 38-51       RB Rodgers 10 rec 124 yds 2 tds        8-5 (5-3)







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LSU prepared to march onto the field hoping to get a win and to finish with a better record than last year's 8-5 campaign.




WR Glen Walker, who would eventually finish with 5 receptions for 84 yards, took in the moment as pyrotechnics rained down during the pregame festivities.




A Wisconsin cheerleader may have bared a little too much as the United States Air Force performed a flyover after the singing of the National Anthem.




True freshman RB Scottie Rodgers celebrated with Mike the Tiger following his 6-yard touchdown reception which gave LSU an early 7-0 lead on the game's opening possession.




With his team down 10-7, Wisconsin WR Brian Simon made an athletic catch in the back of the end zone over LSU CB Jerome Harmon, giving his team a 14-10 lead early in the second quarter.




With only seconds remaining until halftime, QB Rob Mason got hit by DT Adam Long as he attempted to throw and the ball fluttered into the awaiting hands of Badgers CB Chase Potts' for an interception which led to a field goal that made the score 31-17 just before halftime.




Wisconsin fans were going bonkers with their team holding an impressive two touchdown advantage going into the second half.




Badgers QB Justin White threw three interceptions during the contest, however they were offset by the 4 touchdown passes he threw as he finished 13 of 22 for 206 yards.




Redshirt junior RB Donny Coker hurdled over freshman SS Dominique Woods on this 18-yard gain and was a problem throughout the contest for the Tigers defense, as he finished the day with 19 carries for 163 yards and a touchdown, helping the Badgers amass a whopping 51-17 lead.




DE Jeremy Long notched Wisconsin's only sack of the contest in the third quarter, however Mason faced heat and was effected by pressure all game long.




Rodgers fought through freshman DE Tony Walker's attempt to tackle him before reaching the end zone, however that attempt failed and his 3-yard touchdown reception cut LSU's incredibly large fourth quarter deficit to 51-24. Rodgers was stymied on the ground but did finish the afternoon with 10 receptions for 124 yards and 2 receiving touchdowns, all career-highs.




With his team "nursing" a 51-24 lead, CB Danny Bowers' interception near the goal line with 5:30 remaining severely hindered any hopes of a miracle comeback for LSU.




Junior WR Joe Burnett got the best of Bowers on this 74-yard touchdown reception late in the fourth quarter, but it was too little too late for the Tigers.




Despite a late push by LSU that made things a bit interesting in the final minutes, Wisconsin was able to hold on to its big lead and in the end celebrated a huge New Year's Day bowl win.




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2027 LSU Tigers Final Individual Stats





Passing

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                              RATING  COMP  ATT  YARDS  TD  INT  SK 
 7-QB  *Rob Mason(jr)          138.9   219  420  3,806  25   19  42
 5-QB  Matt Harris(rs-so)      140.0     7   11    100   0    0   1


Rushing

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                                  ATT  YARDS  AVG  TD 
33-RB  Scottie Rodgers(fr)        190  1,062  5.5  10
 7-QB  *Rob Mason(jr)             134    443  3.3   6
46-RB  Anthony Johnson(rs-jr)      50    367  7.3   3
24-RB  Joe Bell(fr)                 8     23  2.8   0
14-FB  Josh Edwards(rs-sr)          1      6  6.0   0
15-RB  George Hearn(rs-jr)          4      1  0.2   0
 1-WR  Brady Carter Jr.(fr)         3      0  0.0   0
 5-QB  Matt Harris(rs-so)           4    -21 -5.2   0


Receiving

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                                  REC  YARDS   AVG  TD 
13-TE  Lucas Rodgers(jr)           54    917  16.9   4
33-RB  Scottie Rodgers(fr)         52    653  12.5   7
 4-WR  *Glenn Walker(jr)           30    702  23.4   7
 1-WR  Brady Carter Jr.(fr)        27    457  16.9   2
10-WR  Russell Stephens(jr)        27    467  17.2   2
87-WR  Joe Burnett(jr)             19    473  24.8   2
83-WR  Chase Doyle(rs-jr)           7    151  21.5   1
 7-QB  *Rob Mason(jr)               4     62  15.5   0
14-FB  Josh Edwards(rs-sr)          2     13   6.5   0
84-WR  Mo Douglas(rs-jr)            1     21  21.0   0
29-FB  Keenan Clemons(rs-sr)        1     11  11.0   0
46-RB  Anthony Johnson(rs-jr)       1      9   9.0   0
15-RB  George Hearn(rs-jr)          1      0   0.0   0


Defensive

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                                 TAK  SOLO  AST  TFL  SCK  INT  FF  FR SFTY TD 
 8-FS  *Trey Wade(jr)             96    72   24   12  1.0   6    0   1   0   2
99-OLB Will McNeal(fr)            85    73   12   20  7.0   0    0   0   0   0
28-S/LB Mario Reed(jr)            66    42   24    6  2.0   2    1   1   0   1
44-MLB J.J. Brooks(fr)            61    51   10    9  0.0   1    2   1   0   1
 6-FS  Jerome Harmon(so)          57    45   12    4  1.0   5    1   1   0   1
92-RE  Joel McFarland(sr)         54    42   12   12  5.0   1    1   0   0   1
 2-CB  Ryan Carter(fr)            45    34   11    2  0.0   3    2   0   0   2
27-CB  Cedric Hutchinson(so)      38    30    8    4  1.0   1    0   0   0   0
25-CB  Christian Darby(sr)        36    29    7    1  0.0   0    0   0   0   0
90-RE  Matt Manning(rs-jr)        30    24    6    5  2.0   2    0   0   1   1
96-LE  Lawrence Hicks(sr)         29    20    9    5  1.0   0    0   0   0   0
55-DT  Robert Carrington(sr)      26    20    6    6  2.0   0    0   0   0   0
48-DT  Travis Fellows(jr)         24    20    4    3  2.0   0    0   0   0   0
22-SS  Dominique Woods(fr)        24    19    5    2  0.0   1    2   0   0   1
59-MLB Justin Harris(rs-sr)       23    19    4    5  1.0   1    1   0   0   0
34-OLB Danny Smith(fr)            20    17    3    0  0.0   0    0   0   0   0
36-CB  George Bozeman(rs-jr)      17    16    1    0  0.0   1    1   0   0   0
18-FS  Johnnie Smith(rs-sr)       10    10    0    0  0.0   0    0   0   0   0
72-RE  Jon Jackson(rs-jr)          4     3    1    1  1.0   1    1   1   0   1
91-DT  Marcus Ratliff(jr)          4     3    1    0  0.0   1    0   0   0   0


Specialists

Code:


Kicking                        FG MADE FG ATT LONG  PCT  XP MADE XP ATT  PCT 
 3-PK  Ross Bryant(fr)           15      18    41  83.3%   53      55   96.7%

Punting                        PUNTS  YARDS   AVG  LONG  NET  IN-20 
31-P  Marcus Brooks(so)          47   1,882  40.0   46  36.1    13

Returning

Code:


Kick Returning                  RET   YARDS   AVG  LONG  TD 
 1-WR  Brady Carter Jr.(fr)      61   1,309  21.4    94   1
83-WR  Chase Doyle(rs-jr)         1      20  20.0    20   0

Punt Returning                  RET   YARDS   AVG  LONG  TD 
 1-WR  Brady Carter Jr.(fr)      41     157   3.8    68   1


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2027 NCAA FOOTBALL BOWL GAME REVIEW



Texas star QB Joe Jones had no problems picking apart Michigan's secondary and finished the night 20 of 28 for 262 yards to go along with 3 touchdowns and, per the usual, 0 interceptions.



Led by Heisman Trophy winning QB Joe Jones' stellar performance, Texas takes home its first national championship since 2005 in 42-9 rout over Michigan, just one year after losing title game to Notre Dame | Wolverines' inability to stop Longhorns' passing attack leads to them leaving New Orleans empty-handed once again, just like in 2023's Superdome title game loss to Florida; Michigan junior RB Greg Lewis, who "guaranteed victory" over Texas after being snubbed for Heisman honors following 2000-scrimmage yard, 16-touchdown season, held to just 96 yards on 21 carries and no scores in a game that was never really close | #4 USC's 27-17 Fiesta Bowl win over #3 West Virginia nets Trojans national runner-up status




BCS Bowl Games


BCS National Championship Game - New Orleans, LA

#2 Michigan (11-2) -- 9
#1 Texas (13-1) -- 42




Fiesta Bowl - Glendale, AZ

#3 West Virginia (11-2) -- 17
#4 USC (11-2) -- 27




Orange Bowl - Miami, FL

#23 Miami (12-2) -- 48
#8 Missouri (11-3) -- 41




Rose Bowl - Pasadena, CA

#7 Notre Dame (10-3) -- 28
#5 California (10-3) -- 6




Sugar Bowl - New Orleans, LA

#6 Alabama (13-1) -- 36
#10 Penn St. (10-3) -- 10




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Remaining Bowl Games

Code:


New Mexico Bowl
BYU                   (6-7) --  3
Fresno St.            (9-4) -- 30

St. Petersberg Bowl
Southern Miss         (7-6) -- 31
Ball St.              (7-6) -- 14

New Orleans Bowl
Houston               (7-5) --  5
Troy                 (11-2) -- 19

Las Vegas Bowl
Ohio                 (11-2) -- 24
#19 Boise St.        (11-2) -- 17

Poinsettia Bowl
New Mexico            (6-7) -- 14
TCU                   (9-4) -- 47

Hawai'i Bowl
UCF                  (10-4) -- 43
Hawai'i               (6-7) -- 16

Little Ceasars Pizza Bowl
UAB                   (8-4) -- 17
#24 Temple           (11-3) -- 14

Code:

Meineke Car Care Bowl
Clemson               (9-5) -- 13
Pittsburgh            (6-6) --  3

Emerald Bowl
#17 Louisiana Tech   (12-1) -- 24
Rutgers               (9-4) -- 20

Music City Bowl
Ole Miss              (7-6) -- 27
Boston College        (7-6) -- 16

Independence Bowl
Utah                  (8-5) --  6
UL-Monroe             (8-5) -- 14

EagleBank Bowl
Toledo               (10-3) -- 27
#22 Navy              (9-4) -- 11

Champs Sports Bowl
Bowling Green         (7-5) -- 21
Duke                 (10-2) -- 26

Humanitarian Bowl
Buffalo               (6-6) --  6
Navy                 (11-2) -- 33

Code:

Holiday Bowl
Oklahoma St.          (9-4) -- 14
#14 UCLA             (10-3) -- 43

Sun Bowl
Washington            (8-5) -- 12
Georgia Tech          (8-5) -- 34

Armed Forces Bowl
Memphis               (9-4) --  3
Colorado St.          (7-5) -- 21

Liberty Bowl
Georgia               (7-6) -- 34
#21 UTEP             (11-3) -- 24

Texas Bowl
Ohio St.              (7-6) -- 35
East Carolina         (6-7) --  3

Insight Bowl
Kansas                (8-5) -- 17
Iowa                  (7-6) -- 38

Chick-fil-A Bowl
Tennessee             (9-4) -- 17
#20 Virginia Tech     (9-4) -- 14

Code:

Outback Bowl
#18 South Carolina   (11-3) -- 38
Northwestern          (8-4) -- 28

Capital One Bowl
#13 Florida          (10-3) -- 34
#16 Michigan St.      (9-4) -- 18

Gator Bowl
LSU                   (8-4) -- 38
Wisconsin             (6-6) -- 51

Alamo Bowl
#25 Colorado          (9-4) -- 14
#9 Oregon            (11-2) -- 27

GMAC Bowl
Central Michigan     (10-4) -- 41
USF                   (9-4) --  7

Cotton Bowl
#11 Tulane           (10-3) -- 41
#12 Texas A&M        (10-3) -- 24

Papajohns.com Bowl
Middle Tenn. St.     (10-3) -- 14 
Cincinnati            (7-6) -- 20





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