Fiesta Bowl Prospects

A pair of teams who justifiable feel they were ripped off by the BCS as both contend they should be playing the Hurricanes for the national title. Oregon plays great team ball as there only star is quarterback Joey Harrington. The Buffs started slowly but play great team ball.

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Fiesta Bowl, 1/1: Oregon– Colorado

A pair of teams who justifiable feel they were ripped off by the BCS as both contend they should be playing the Hurricanes for the national title. Oregon plays great team ball as there only star is quarterback Joey Harrington.  The Buffs started slowly but play great team ball.

Joey Harrington cut down on his streakiness and inconsistency as a senior and this game will be part-n-parcel as to whether he is ultimately selected in the first frame. Rashad Bauman, Maurice Morris and Justin Peele are all middle round choices for the Ducks while Steve Smith will be a free agent signing. 

Likewise the Buffalo's came together and by seasons' end were one of the nation's better teams. Dan Graham will end up in the first round, as he would've been a year ago, and is a terrific pass catch tight end that has improved his blocking. Another Buffalo having a solid campaign and making a long leap up draft boards is tackle Victor Rogers, whose overcome injury while improving his fundamentals all season long. Many are believers in safety Michael Lewis, a hard-hitting run defender whose improved his play against the pass and Lewis has impressed us this season to an extent.

Oregon: Jim Adams/T, Rashad Bauman/CB, Zack Freiter/DT, Joey Harrington/QB, Keenan Howry/WR, Wesley Mallard/OLB, Maurice Morris/RB, Justin Peele/TE, Steve Smith/CB 

Colorado: Justin Bannan/DT, Cedric Cormier/WR, Dan Graham/TE, Andre Gurode/G, Cortlen Johnson/RB, Michael Lewis/S, John Minardi/WR, Bob Pesavento/QB, Robbie Robinson/FS, Victor Rogers/T, Jashon Sykes/OLB


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