|Written by Michael|
Bet on NCAAF College Football has wrapped for the season, so let’s take a look back at the schools that triumphed, and the schools that fell just short of the championship bowl title. Here are your college football highlights from the Rose Bowl, Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, the Discover Orange Bowl, The Sugar Bowl, and BCS National Championship.
The New Years Day Rose Bowl competition has been a favorite amongst ncaa betting football fans for decades. This year’s matchup featured the TCU Horned Frogs vs the Wisconsin Badgers. The Badgers offense was led by running back Montee Ball, rushing for 132 yards and a TD, but TCU was able to keep them in check most of the game. Andy Dalton was in charge of the TCU offense, he threw a touchdown pass and running for another score. The game ended in another TCU win, at 21-19, their second consecutive unbeaten season. The Badgers sadly represented an 0-5 showing of the BIG 10 n bowl games this year.
Now for the BCS National Championship.
The Auburn Tigers beat the Oregon Ducks at 22-19. Auburn had plenty of tricks up their sleave to combine with their all around better skilled team, including a fake punt, trick two-point conversion, gimmick plays, and the perhaps distracting bright yellow socks. Auburn rushed for 254 yards, then there was Heisman winner Cam Newton and his 265 passing yards. The Tigers left the Ducks in the dust, holding them to a sad 75 yards rushing. After watching the BCS Championship game you wouldn’t know that Oregon had an amazing regular season. This Oregon season was special. The Ducks opened eyes, and helped give the country a great show on Monday. But they don't hand out trophies for being interesting or fun to watch. And in that, Oregon must be willing to recognize that if it wants to get back to this point and walk off winners, it will have to come back looking and playing more like Auburn. Apparently Nike believes so, as they recently published an ad giving the ol’ Ducks a condoling pat on the back for a great game played. The ad read, “Everyone loses games. Few change them.” The text was juxtaposed to a pic of the Duck’s helmet.