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    Better late than never....

    Heres a few Bowl results:

    Rose Bowl

    Miami 37 Nebraska 14

    Orange Bowl

    Florida 56 Maryland 23

    Sugar Bowl

    LSU 47 Illinois 34

    Fiesta Bowl

    Oregon 38 Colorado 16

    Gator Bowl

    Florida State 30 Virginia Tech 17

    Cotton Bowl

    Oklahoma 10 Arkansas 3

    Citrus Bowl

    Tennessee 45 Michigan 17

    Peach Bowl

    North Carolina 16 Auburn 10

    Holiday Bowl

    Texas 47 Washington 43

    For more results go to:

    :angryram: GO RAMS! STAY FOCUSED! WIN!:shield:
    Last edited by Aries51; -01-05-2002, 11:53 AM.

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    Thanks man. Those BCS games were HORRIBLE!! not to say miami wouldn't have beat oregon, but jeez, the 8 "best" teams were in blowouts proving once again the system sucks.


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