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Oklahoma Cruises to Sugar Bowl Win Over Auburn
No. 7 Oklahoma rolled up 524 yards of offense against one of the SEC’s best defenses to secure a 35-19 Sugar Bowl victory over No. 14 Auburn.
USC Tops Penn State in Record-Setting Rose Bowl
The Granddaddy of Them All didn’t disappoint as USC beat Penn State in a wild 52-49 shootout that went right down to the wire.
Wisconsin Ends Western Michigan’s Unbeaten Season in Cotton Bowl
No. 15 Western Michigan’s Cinderella year and dreams of an undefeated season came to an end with a 24-16 loss to No. 8 Wisconsin in the Cotton Bowl Classic.
College Football Bowl Game Results—December 24-January 2
The second week of bowl season has given us plenty of upsets and wild finishes.
Clemson Shuts Out Ohio State to Advance to National Title Game
Clemson’s defense handed Ohio State its first shutout in 23 years while Deshaun Watson had another big game to lead the Tigers to a 31-0 win in the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl.
Defense Leads Alabama Past Washington, Into National Championship Game
The reigning champs will be back to defend their title after Alabama knocked off Washington, 24-7, in the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl to advance to the national championship game.
College Football Bowl Game Results – December 17-23
The first week of bowl season gave us several exciting finishes and a couple of upsets.
College Football Bowl Games Preview, TV Schedule — December 24-January 2
The second week of bowl season boasts some intriguing matchups that will make for great watching before we get to the playoffs.
College Football Bowl Games Preview, TV Schedule — December 17-23
Directional schools, corporate sponsors you’ve never heard of -- must be the first week of college football bowl season. But the worst football game still beats almost anything else, so here’s your rundown of the upcoming week of bowl games
Lamar Jackson Wins Heisman Trophy
Lamar Jackson became the youngest Heisman Trophy winner in history Saturday night, edging out Clemson’s Deshaun Watson and Baker Mayfield of Oklahoma for college football’s top honor.