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2008 GMAC Bowl – Tulsa Slaps the Ball State Cardinals All the Way Back to Indiana in a 45-13 Mugging

All you need to know about how good Ball State was this year after running up a perfect 12-0 record and a No. 12 ranking in the AP Top 25 Poll is to learn that the Cardinals lost the Mid-American Conference Championship to Buffalo, 42-24, and then got slapped around in the 2008 GMAC Bowl by unranked Tulsa 45-13.

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2008 BCS Fiesta Bowl – Ohio State Buckeyes Come Oh So Close, But Texas Wins in the End, 24-21

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College Football Off Season – Fan Training and Survival Guide

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2008 Liberty Bowl – Unpredictable Play Gives Kentucky Late-Scoring Win Over East Carolina, 25-19

Imagine yourself as Ventrell Jenkins, a 6-foot-2, 285-pound defensive tackle for Kentucky who has been working all afternoon to help his Wildcat teammates upset East Carolina in the 2008 Liberty Bowl. The score is tied 19-19 and there is exactly 3:02 left in the 4th quarter.

2008 BCS Sugar Bowl – Alabama Came to Play, Utah Came to Win and Did So Too Easily, 31-17

After more than 50 years of watching football it pains me to say it, but Alabama came to play in the 2008 BCS Sugar Bowl and Utah came to win the Sugar Bowl. Guess what happened? Utah made Alabama look like half the team it is, winning convincingly, 31-17.

2008 International Bowl – UConn’s Don Brown Runs For 261 Yards in 38-20 Win Over Buffalo Bulls

The nation’s leading rusher, the University of Connecticut’s Donald Brown, did not disappoint in the 2008 International Bowl, piling up a career-best 261 yards to lead the Huskies past the Buffalo Bulls, 38-20. He averaged 9 yards on 29 carries.

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