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Old 12-17-2008, 07:59 PM   #1
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Bowl results according to NCAA 09 Part 1

All I can say is....yikes! Offensive heavy: Dec 20-Dec 31

Eagle Bank Bowl
RFK Stadium (played at the Cotton Bowl)
Navy 24 vs. Wake Forest 31

Wake wins in the final minute on TD run by Pendegrass.

Stars: -Wake: Brett Hodges QB 15-17 152Yds 2 TDs
Navy: Eric Kettani FB- 32-93 yards-3 TDs
Riley Skinner-Wake- left game in 2nd quarter with broken leg

New Mexico Bowl
Colorado State 35 vs. Fresno State 31

74 yard TD pass with no time remaining to Brett Willis scores win for Rams

Stars : CSU: Billy Farris-QB- 28-46 502yds 4 TDs 1 Int
FSU: Tom Brandstater-QB- 31-57 446yds 4 TD 0 Int

Magicjack St. Petersburg
Tropicana Field (played game @ Chik-Fil-A Bowl)
Memphis 27 vs. South Florida 23

Stars: Memphis: Duke Calhoun-WR- - 5-82 yards-1 TD
USF: Jarriett Buie-LE- 13 tackles, 3 for losses, 1 deflection, 2 forced fumbles

Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl
BYU 33 vs. Arizona 61

Stars: Arizona: Mike Thomas WR- 8-115 yards-3 TDs
BYU: Max Hall-QB- 24-50 385 3 TDs 1 INT

New Orleans Bowl
Southern Miss 27 vs. Troy 53

Stars: Southern Miss: Damion Fletcher 30-118-1 TD
Troy: Levi Brown 28-47 384yds 4 TD

Poinsetta Bowl:
San Diego, CA
Boise St 66 vs TCU 34

Stars: Boise: Ian Johnson-HB 38-238-2 TDs
Kellen Moore-QB 23-32 402 4TDs 1 INT
Jeremy Childs-WR 13-276-2 TDs
TCU: Walter Bryant-WR- 6-112-1TD

Hawaii Bowl
Notre Dame 29 vs Hawaii 32

Stars: ND: Robert Hughes-HB-26-106-1 TD
Raeshon McNeil-DB- 5 Tackles 1 INT 1 TD 1 Deflection 1 FF 1 FF Recov.
HAW: Greg Alexander-QB- 38-69-549-4 TD-4 Int
Michael Washington-WR-14-244-2 TD

Motor City Bowl
Florida Atlantic 45 vs Central Michigan 48

Stars: FAU: Charles Pierre-HB-29-272-3 TD
CMU: Ontario Sneed-HB- 27-120-3 TD 8-63- 1 Rec. TD
Bryan Anderson-WR- 7-120-2 TD
Dan LeFevour- QB- 31-49-418-3Td-2Int

Meineke Car Care
West Virginia 50 vs. North Carolina 44

Stars: WVU: Noel Devine 39-140-2 TD
Jock Sanders 6-162-1 TD
Dorrell Jalloh 5-128-1 TD
UNC: Hakeem Nicks 8-145-1 TD
Richard Quinn 7-104-2 TD

Champs Sports Bowl
Wisconsin 38 vs Florida State 24

Stars: WIS: PJ Hill-HB-53-224-1 TD
David Gilreath-WR-10-197-1 TD
Travis Beckum-TE-4-128-2 TD
Dustin Scherer-QB-19-35-382-3TD
FSU: Christian Ponder-QB-26-39-474-2 TD-1 INT


Emerald Bowl
Miami (Fla.) 41 vs. California 27

Stars: MIA: Javarris James-HB-38-128-2 TD
Antonio Dixon-DT-9 Tack-6 TFL-3 Sacks
CAL: Jahvid Best-HB- 25-103-0TD
Cameron Morrah-TE-8-102-2 TD




Independence Bowl
Northern Illinois 45 vs. Louisiana Tech 31

Stars: NIU: Chandler Harnish-QB-14-24-193-4 TD
Meco Brown-HB-31-115-1 TD
Alek Krutsch-DT-7 Tackles- 6 TFL- 3 Sacks
LTU: Ross Jenkins-QB- 30-56-391-2 TD-2 INT
Philip Beck-WR- 4-113-1 TD

Papajohns.com
NC State 52 vs. Rutgers 53 OT

Stars: NCST: Russell Wilson-QB-28-46-429-4 TD-1 INT
Andre Brown-HB-42-127-2 TD
Jarvis Williams-WR-6-119-1 TD
Owen Spencer-WR-6-65-2 TD
RUT: Mike Teel-QB-37-23-538-4 TD-2 INT
Jourdan Brooks-HB- 31-64-3 TD
Kenny Britt-WR-15-169-1 TD
Kevin Brock-TE-7-66-2 TD
Tiquan Underwood-WR-6-188-1 TD

Valero Alamo
Missouri 60 vs. Northwestern 19

Stars: MIZZ: Chase Daniel-QB-29-43-387-3 TD
Tommy Saunders-WR-6-82-2 TD
Danario Alexander-WR-8-124-TD
NU: Ross Lane-WR-7-105
CJ Bacher-QB-7-14-137-1 TD- 2 INT

Roady's Humanitarian
Maryland 41 vs. Nevada 47

Stars: MARY: Chris Turner-QB-25-38-367-4 TD- 1 INT
Darrius Heyward Bey-WR-10-158-1 TD
Olugbemi Otulaja-DT-16 Tack-4 TFL- 3 Sacks
NEV: Colin Kaepernick-QB-31-45-486-5 TD- 1 INT
Marko Mitchell-WR-9-180-1 TD
Mike McCoy-WR-7-111-2 TD
Matt Hines-DT-7 Tack-4 TFL-2 Sacks





Texas
Western Michigan 59 vs. Rice 30

Stars: WMU: Tim Hiller-QB-33-49-481-5 TD- 2 INT
Brandon West-HB-29-162-3 TD
Schnieder Julien-WR-10-151-1 TD
Jamarko Simmons-WR-9-181-2 TD
Londen Fryar-CB-5 Tackles 2 INT
RICE: Chase Clement-QB-22-39-432-3 TD 3 INT
Toren Dixon-WR-9-269-2 TD

Pacific Life Holiday
Oklahoma State 41 vs. Oregon 20

Stars: OKST: Zac Robinson-QB-28-40-422-4 TD-1 INT
Kendall Hunter-HB-35-179-1 TD
Dez Bryant-WR-7-138-1 TD
Tonga Tea-DT-10 Tack-5 TFL-2 Sack
OREG: Jeremiah Johnson-HB-23-95 7 Rec-62 Yds
Matt Evensen-K-2-3 Long of 44

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces
Houston 48 vs. Air Force 20

Stars: HOU: Case Keenum-QB-15-26-239- 3 TD
Bryce Beall-HB-18-76-2 TD 5 Rec-58 Yds- 1 TD
AF: Savier Stephens-HB-41-147
Shea Smith-QB-17-34-183-TD
Jake Paulson-LE- 5 Tack-3 TFL-3 Sack
Ben Garland-DT- 11 Tack-5 TFL-2 Sack

Brut Sun
Oregon State 40 vs. Pittsburgh 43

Stars: ORE ST: Lyle Moevao-QB-35-47-489-2 TD
Jacquizz Rodgers-HB-21-105-1 TD
Jeremy Francis-14-58-2 TD
Sammie Stroughter-WR-11-180
James Rodgers-WR-8-147-TD
PITT: LeSean McCoy-HB-30-255-2 TD
Nate Byham-WR-11-222-2 TD





Gaylord Hotels Music City
Boston College 49 vs. Vanderbilt 17

Stars: BC: Chris Crane-QB-32-50-524-2 TD
Josh Haden-HB-18-63-2 TD
Brandon Robinson-WR-9-156-2 TD
Justin Jarvis-WR-9-156
Rich Gunnell-WR-6-101
BJ Raji-DT-14 Tack-8 TFL- 2 Sack

VANDY: Chris Nickson-QB-16-32-242-1 TD
Justin Wheeler-WR-5-101-2 TD
TJ Greenstone-DT-5 Tack-3 TFL- 2 Sack

Insight
Kansas 38 vs. Minnesota 44

Stars: KAN: Todd Reesing-QB-40-68-626-4 TD- 2 INT
KERRY MEIER-WR-12-186-1
DEZMON BRISCOE-WR-7-127
JAMAL GREENE-DT-6 TACK-3 TFL-3 SACK

MIN: Duane Bennett-HB-23-172-2 TD
Ralph Spry-WR-9-229-2 TD
Barrett Moen-DT-7 Tack- 4 TFL- 2 Sack

Chick-fil-A
LSU 27 vs. Georgia Tech 59

Stars: LSU: Andrew Hatch-QB-23-38-324-2 TD-1 INT
Charles Scott-HB-12-125
Demetrius Byrd-WR-8-139
Keiland Williams-HB- 6 KR 199 Yds- 1 TD

GT: Josh Nesbitt-QB-12-19-209-5 TD 17-43-TD
Jonathan Dwyer-FB-32-205-1 TD
Lucas Cox-TE-4-121-2 TD
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Re: Bowl results according to NCAA 09 Part 1

Offense heavy because EA made the ridiculous decision to make the sim engine just as "Wide Open" as their gameplay engine.

The kind of stats that the sim engine produces are simply absurd, especially for halfbacks.
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Old 12-17-2008, 11:01 PM   #3
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Re: Bowl results according to NCAA 09 Part 1

Miami wins, YEAAAAHHHHH

I don't see Javaris James carrying the pill 38 times though. Not with Coop in the same back field.
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Re: Bowl results according to NCAA 09 Part 1

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Offense heavy because EA made the ridiculous decision to make the sim engine just as "Wide Open" as their gameplay engine.

The kind of stats that the sim engine produces are simply absurd, especially for halfbacks.
Which is why McCoy had 2971 rush yards and 42 sim tds last year! Wtf?!
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Old 12-18-2008, 01:58 PM   #5
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Re: Bowl results according to NCAA 09 Part 1

sim it on heisman. much more pedestrian stats.
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Re: Bowl results according to NCAA 09 Part 1

So apparently Minnesota wins the Insight? Nice.
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