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GMAC Bowl - Ball State vs. Tulsa - January 6, 2009 5 PM PST - click link to hear broadcast or cut and paste http://www.teamline.cc/sportpage?teamcode=3394&eventcode=20
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In the Roady's Humanitarian Bowl - Nevada will take on Maryland. The Terps won a big game early in the season at home over California and continued with other wins against Top 25 ranked opponents on their schedule. Nevada with a solid win on the road over UNLV, who was coming off an upset win at previously undefeated Arizona State, also a solid win in the last week on the road at Louisiana Tech who will be featured in the Independence Bowl. The Pack has the WAC Offensive Player of the Year in Colin Kapernick.
Boston College will try to continue the Nation's largest Bowl Game winning streak when they take on home city squad Vanderbilt.This is Vandy's first bowl appearance in decades. This game is the middle game on ESPN on December 31 and looks to be a great contest.
On January 6, an exciting matchup takes place in Mobile, Alabama with Ball State taking on high flying Tulsa. The Cardinals feature Nate Davis, along with the Nation's Top Rushing attack. Tulsa was in the Conference USA title game being upset by East Carolina at home. The Hurricane is known for putting up points and in this contest it should be a high scoring game. Tune in for that broadcast on January 6 as we get ready for the National Title game between Florida and Oklahoma.
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