Photo courtesy of zimbio.com. The top matchup this week has to be the Stanford vs Oklahoma State Fiesta Bowl date. I have a feeling Andrew Luck (pictured above) will play a large part in the outcome.
By Josh Kramer
Please somebody explain to me why it is called “Capital One Bowl Week?” We are now entering Week 3 of bowl season. Why isn’t it “Capital One Bowl Month?” I would love to hear the reasoning. 12 bowls down, and 23 to go. 19 games will be played between now and next Thursday. Strap in, because the beat will not stop until January 9th as we start to hit the “real” bowl games.
Florida State vs Notre Dame (CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL)
–Fighting Irish by 3
Headline: Brian Kelly brings home a second straight bowl game victory to South Bend.
-Let’s just call this the “Year Away Bowl.” Both of these teams had lofty expectations to play in BCS Bowl games this year. Neither was ready. Notre Dame is slightly closer to being ready in my opinion though. Continue reading →
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