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    From chiff.com, list of college games, reads better on their site.

    2010 - 2011 College Football Bowl Games, TV Schedules, Rose Bowl, Orange Bowl


    New Mexico
    BYU vs. UTEP Albuquerque, N.M.
    University Stadium Dec. 18
    2 p.m. ESPN
    uDrove Humanitarian
    Northern Illinois vs. Fresno State Boise, Idaho
    Bronco Stadium Dec. 18
    5:30 p.m. ESPN
    R+L Carriers New Orleans
    Ohio vs. Troy New Orleans
    Louisiana Superdome Dec. 18
    9 p.m. ESPN
    Beef 'O' Brady's St. Petersburg
    Southern Mississippi vs. Louisville St. Petersburg, Fla.
    Tropicana Field Dec. 21
    8 p.m. ESPN
    MAACO Las Vegas
    Utah vs. Boise State Las Vegas
    Sam Boyd Stadium Dec. 22
    8 p.m. ESPN
    S.D. County Credit Union Poinsettia
    Navy vs. San Diego State San Diego
    Qualcomm Stadium Dec. 23
    8 p.m. ESPN
    Sheraton Hawaii
    Hawaii vs. Tulsa Honolulu
    Aloha Stadium Dec. 24
    8 p.m. ESPN
    Little Caesars
    Florida International vs. Toledo Detroit
    Ford Field Dec. 26
    8:30 p.m. ESPN
    AdvoCare V100 Independence
    Air Force vs. Georgia Tech Shreveport, La.
    Independence Stadium Dec. 27
    5 p.m. ESPN2
    Champs Sports
    West Virginia vs. NC State Orlando, Fla.
    Florida Citrus Bowl Dec. 28
    6:30 p.m. ESPN
    Insight
    Missouri vs. Iowa Tempe, Ariz.
    Sun Devil Stadium Dec. 28
    10 p.m. ESPN
    Military Bowl
    East Carolina vs. Maryland Washington, D.C.
    RFK Stadium Dec. 29
    2:30 p.m. ESPN
    Texas
    Illinois vs. Baylor Houston
    Reliant Stadium Dec. 29
    6 p.m. ESPN
    Valero Alamo
    Oklahoma State vs. Arizona San Antonio
    Alamodome Dec. 29
    9:15 p.m. ESPN
    Bell Helicopter Armed Forces
    Army vs. SMU Dallas
    Gerald J. Ford Stadium Dec. 30
    Noon ESPN
    New Era Pinstripe
    Kansas St. vs. Syracuse Bronx, N.Y.
    Yankee Stadium Dec. 30
    3:20 p.m. ESPN
    Franklin American Mortgage Music City
    North Carolina vs. Tennessee Nashville, Tenn.
    LP Field Dec. 30
    6:40 p.m. ESPN
    Bridgepoint Education Holiday
    Nebraska vs. Washington San Diego
    Qualcomm Stadium Dec. 30
    10 p.m. ESPN
    Meineke Car Care
    South Florida vs. Clemson Charlotte, N.C.
    Bank of America Stadium Dec. 31
    Noon ESPN
    Hyundai Sun
    Notre Dame vs. Miami El Paso, Texas
    Sun Bowl Dec. 31
    2 p.m. CBS
    AutoZone Liberty
    Georgia vs. UCF Memphis, Tenn.
    Liberty Bowl Dec. 31
    3:30 p.m. ESPN
    Chick-fil-A
    South Carolina vs. Florida State Atlanta
    Georgia Dome Dec. 31
    7:30 p.m. ESPN
    TicketCity
    Northwestern vs. Texas Tech Dallas
    Cotton Bowl Jan. 1
    Noon ESPNU
    Outback
    Florida vs. Penn State Tampa, Fla.
    Raymond James Stadium Jan. 1
    1 p.m. ABC
    Capital One
    Alabama vs. Michigan State Orlando, Fla.
    Florida Citrus Bowl Jan. 1
    1 p.m. ESPN
    Gator Bowl
    Mississippi State vs. Michigan Jacksonville, Fla.
    Municipal Stadium Jan. 1
    1:30 p.m. ESPN2
    Rose Bowl
    Wisconsin vs. TCU Pasadena, Calif.
    Rose Bowl Jan. 1
    5 p.m. ESPN
    Tostitos Fiesta Bowl
    Connecticut vs. Oklahoma Glendale, Ariz.
    U. of Phoenix Stadium Jan. 1
    8:30 p.m. ESPN
    Orange Bowl
    Stanford vs. Virginia Tech Miami
    Sun Life Stadium Jan. 3
    8:30 p.m. ESPN
    Sugar Bowl
    Ohio State vs. Arkansas New Orleans
    Louisiana Superdome Jan. 4
    8:30 p.m. ESPN
    GoDaddy.com
    Middle Tennessee vs. Miami (Ohio) Mobile, Ala.
    Ladd-Peebles Stadium Jan. 6
    8 p.m. ESPN
    Cotton Bowl
    LSU vs. Texas A&M Arlington, Texas
    Cowboys Stadium Jan. 7
    8 p.m. FOX
    BBVA Compass Bowl
    Pittsburgh vs. Kentucky Birmingham, Ala.
    Legion Field Jan. 8
    Noon ESPN
    Kraft Fight Hunger
    Nevada vs. Boston College San Francisco
    AT&T Park Jan. 9
    9 p.m. ESPN
    BCS National Championship Game
    Oregon vs. Auburn Glendale, Ariz.
    U. of Phoenix Stadium Jan. 10
    8:30 p.m. ESPN
     
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    You beat me to it...What games will you be watching....
     
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    We are producing the Liberty Bowl and the BBVA Compass Bowl.
     
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    Like any true journalist I will expect to see you near the cheerleader section.

    Have fun at the games.

    Players to watch from Bunting:
    Bowl Mania: prospect breakdowns | National Football Post
     
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    I usually spend game day making sure every last detail is buttoned up and then I am in the truck at the start of the game grinding and hoping we have three plus hours of focused flawless execution.

    However if I wasn't a complete control freak with a million plus dollar note still due on the truck and other assorted gear, I would gladly hang out in the cheerleading section.
     
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    Darned workaholics. :snob:
     
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    Sigh, I am sure it has been a while but remember when football was fun? Hang in there.
     
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    Same here. Although I don't think clayborn is a fit with us I will be all over aldon smith and tim barnes with my very untrained eye tonight.

    Christian Ballard may or may not be a fit @ 3-4 DE but seems to have the measurables and his 4.8 40 looks great for his size.
     
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    Clayborm and Ballard handled by single Missouri O line guys last night. Klug was the only one that impressed me. He is like a slightly bigger version of that guy we drafted from Rutgers a few years back whose dad played for the Jets.
     
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    Yeah, Klug is the guy I want off that line. He jumped onto my radar in last year's bowl game, when he (as a 270 pound DT) dominated GT's OL on inside runs out of their triple option. He's got the size and not horrible athleticism to play OLB, but I see him as more of a subpackage DE prospect.
     
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    Scouting profiles
    Prospects aplenty in today's bowl games - CBSSports.com

    Bowl Watch List, Part II: Names to look out for - NFL - CBSSports.com - NFLDraftScout.com

    Dec. 29

    Military Bowl (East Carolina vs. Maryland)

    Maryland WR Torrey Smith (6-1, 205, 4.37): A junior with nice speed and elusiveness after the catch (65-1,045-12), scouts project him as a top 50 pick but hope he'll be more productive than Darrius Heyward-Bey at the next level.

    • Maryland RB Da'Rel Scott (5-11, 205, 4.42): When healthy, Scott can be very explosive. NFL teams will like his chances once he has the benefit of consistent quarterback and offensive line play.

    • East Carolina WR Dwayne Harris (5-10, 205, 4.54): A versatile slot receiver (93-1,055-10) who relies on tough running to succeed, rather than elite speed. His return ability is another plus (three kickoff return TDs in 2009).

    Texas Bowl (Baylor vs. Illinois)




    Baylor LT Danny Watkins (6-4, 310, 5.17): A 26-year-old Canadian, he has transformed from firefighter to possible top 75 pick with his play for the Bears the past two seasons.

    Baylor DT Phil Taylor (6-4, 340, 5.26): Penn State transfer has put past behind him and is flashing the lateral movement and strength of a top 50 talent.

    Illinois ILB Martez Wilson (6-4, 250, 4.59): This Karlos Dansby clone has always had the athleticism, but the junior is now starting to make plays (105 tackles, 11.5 TFL, 4.5 sacks).

    Illinois RB Mikel LeShoure (6-0, 230, 4.53): Put up 330 yards against Northwestern with a superior burst once past the line of scrimmage; the junior reminds scouts of last year's late first-round pick, Ryan Mathews.

    Alamo Bowl (Arizona vs. Oklahoma State)

    • Oklahoma State Justin Blackmon (6-1, 208, 4.54): OSU's newest star had 100 receiving yards and at least one TD catch from junior QB Brandon Weeden in every game he played this season (102-1,665-18.)

    • Oklahoma State RB Kendall Hunter (5-8, 200, 4.48): He's not nearly as explosive as former Cowboy Barry Sanders, but he is looking like his strong, low center-of-gravity 2008 self (1,516 yards, 16 touchdowns).

    • Oklahoma State CB Andrew McGee (6-0, 190, 4.54): JUCO transfer who has five interceptions this season but must use his physicality and length to cover Arizona junior WR Juron Criner.

    Arizona DE/OLB Brooks Reed (6-3, 262, 4.73): A poor man's Clay Matthews III, Reed will use his hustle and pass rush skills (6.5 sacks) as a 3-4 linebacker at the next level.

    Arizona DE Ricky Elmore (6-5, 260, 4.83): Ranked seventh in the country with 11 sacks (after being credited with 10.5 in 2009), Elmore's combination of size and effort gives him a chance to play a long time in the NFL.
     
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    I was not impressed buy Clayborn or Ballard against Missou. Didn't see enough of A Smith to say one way or the other.
     
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    Yea was saying "maybe we should be watching klug" to myself last night ballard was invisible and his motor left alot to be desired. IMHO
     
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    Same. Aldon smith wasn't very noticable so i guess thats a bad thing.
     
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    Anyone watching Mikel Leshoure tonight? He looks pretty good would love to see him slip a couple rounds. But that's looking less and less likely. It's now the 2Q and he has almost 80 yards on like 11 carries.
     
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    Bowl Mania: Prospect breakdowns | National Football Post

    Gives these guys some props

    DE Brooks Reed: No. 42 (6-3, 255)
    Impression: Plays hard and at least has the explosion to be a threat as a pass rusher at the next level. However, his ability to develop a counter move and become more than a one-trick pony off the edge is key. Looks more like a nickel rusher or potential 3-4 OLB prospect who I would take a shot on because of his initial burst and overall work rate on the field.



    DE Ricky Elmore: No. 44 (6-5, 260)
    Impression: A technically sound, methodical pass rusher who isn’t overly explosive, but knows how to free himself off the edge and work his way toward the quarterback. Has the ability to initially help out as a rotation guy in a 4-3 and does have some starting potential.
     
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    As noted Klug did his thing, but watching how well MO C Tim Barnes played against him gives me another C/G prospect in this draft.

    Aldon Smith isn't ready to come out, his classmate #57 who subbed in for him was the kid making the plays at DE for MO - and doing it with one hand and one plaster club.

    Iowa's CB Prater is talking about coming out and looked decent. Their Safety Sash would be a good one if he declares. I thought Missouri's #20 was also a nice physical CB.

    I think MO's QB is going to get a good grade from the NFL Advisory Committee and be a first round prospect, possibly a Top 10 pick to help push DL down to NE's pick.
     
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