Latest 2007–08 NCAA football bowl games Stories

2010-12-05 17:18:00

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 5, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Boston College, riding a five game winning streak to close out the regular season, will face No. 13 Nevada in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl game at AT&T Park. The 7-5 Eagles and 12-1 Wolf Pack will play Sunday, January 9, 2011 with a 6 p.m. [PST]/9:00 p.m. [EST] kickoff. ESPN will televise the game to a nationwide audience. Bowl co-founder and Executive Director Gary Cavalli welcomed the Eagles back to San Francisco after prior visits in...

2009-08-29 16:15:09

The Pac-10 Conference has agreed to send a representative to the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio for the next four years. The two sides finalized an agreement Friday, with a top team from the Pac-10 getting a berth in the BCS (Bowl Championship Series) contest annually. The Pacific-10 Conference is very excited about reaching an agreement with the Valero Alamo Bowl, said Pac-10 Commissioner Larry Scott. San Antonio is a marvelous post-season destination (and) we anticipate providing exciting and...

2008-12-07 20:55:31

Oklahoma and Florida topped the Bowl Championship Series poll Sunday and will square off in the college football championship game Jan. 8 in Miami. The two teams are offense powerhouses. The Sooners had the No. 1 offense in the nation this season while Florida averaged 45 points per game. The top 10 teams in the final BCS standings were: Oklahoma, Florida, Texas, Alabama, USC, Utah, Texas Tech, Penn State, Boise State and Ohio State. The other bowls announced Sunday included the Rose Bowl...

2004-11-29 18:00:04

Virginia moved into The Associated Press' men's college basketball Top 25 Monday, giving the Atlantic Coast Conference a record-tying seven teams in the poll. Wake Forest extended its lead at No. 1, the Cavaliers were No. 24, and there were five other conference schools in between, matching the feat accomplished twice by the Big Ten and once by the ACC. The Demon Deacons (5-0) used their Preseason NIT championship to pull away from No. 2 Kansas (2-0). Wake Forest had 40 first-place votes...

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