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Week 14 Big 12 Uniform Tracker
2015.12.06 15:41 CockADoodleBOOMWeek 14 Big 12 Uniform Tracker
Good morning, everyone! Welcome back to the Big 12 Uniform Tracker, THE premier weekly discussion thread for Big 12 uniforms and the teams that wear them! This is my final regular season post for the 2015 season before we start team wrap-ups next week. So without any further delay, let’s get into this week’s fashion action: Texas BallTexas (White/White/White) @ Baylor (Gold/Green/Green)Baylor Ball There was a lot of poetry in the look of this game (and none of it had to do with Lynx Hawthorne trying to play quarterback). On one side, we have the Texas Longhorns, historical powerhouse. They looked wonderful, with uniforms that were saturated in tradition with it’s white jerseys and pants shining in the Texan sun as they have been for over 50 years. On the other, we have the Baylor Bears, their interstate rivals. Baylor’s look for this game was the exact opposite of Texas’, but in it’s own way, was no less attractive. It was brash, bold, and a declaration to its rivals that tradition doesn’t mean anything if you aren’t at least having fun. They were mirror images of one another, and something about that was beautiful. While the game itself was the most compelling shit-show we’ve seen all season, from a visual standpoint, this was a great matchup that was one of the best-uniformed games we saw all day. Great job by both teams in setting up that symmetry. UT 23-17 BAY West Virginia BallWest Virginia (White/White/White) @ Kansas State (SilvePurple/Silver)Kansas State Ball This is the second time this season that West Virginia has worn all-white, and while I think a different combination was in order (Navy/White/Gold would have been incredible), this still looked pretty good. I actually really liked the combination of the throwback helmet logo with the all-white parts, and I’m not entirely sure why. Maybe it’s just because the throwback logo is quietly one of the nation’s best helmet logos. That probably has something to do with it. Kansas State was… Kansas State. You know that next season I’m going to do this thing again and I’m going to have to come up with new ways to describe Kansas State’s never-changing uniform set? Only thing I’m not looking forward to next season. This was a good way to end another great Big 12 regular season. There was nice balance between the two teams, so solid contrast, and a pretty good game, too. I’m looking forward to seeing both of these teams during bowl season. KSU 24-23 WVU Throwback Corner Iowa State BallIowa State, 2003 Damn, these uniforms are a blast from the recent past. If someone asked me what the late 90s looked like, I’d show them the original Charlotte Hornets, Full House, and these ISU uniforms. Kansas BallKansas, 2009 Is this only from a few years ago? Yes. But is this one of my favorite looks in Jayhawks history? Absolutely. This plus the 2007 uniforms are what I think of when I think of Kansas football. Oklahoma BallOklahoma, 1985 I’m told that this picture is orgasmic to old school Sooners fans, so here we are. You’re welcome. Oklahoma State BallOklahoma State, 1976 This picture of OSU legend Terry Miller reminds that I really like OSU’s Orange/Orange/White combo and I wish they wore it more often. TCU BallTCU, 1999 LT is legitimately one of the top five most badass-looking players in CFB history. You don’t fuck with this guy. Texas Tech BallTexas Tech, 1988 The 80s sure loved their stripes, huh? These are some truly awesome uniforms. And here are the individual team trackers, updated to include this week: Baylor Iowa State Kansas Kansas State Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia Throwback Corner And with that, we have completed the regular season of Big 12 Uniform Trackers. It has been 14 consecutive weeks of me waking up at five or six in the morning on Sundays in order to bring you guys top-quality Big 12 uniform analysis and contrary to most, I have enjoyed every second of it. I’ll do a more complete send-off after the season finale post (who’s date depends on how far OU makes it in the playoffs), but this season has been a whole lot of fun and I’m definitely going to do this again next year. Next week, I’ll do the season wrap-up post for the teams who aren’t participating in bowl games. Kansas, Texas, and Iowa State, you guys are on the clock! I hope you guys have an AWESOME day today! Boomer Sooner!
2015.02.17 09:06 the_colbeast5 Days until the Daytona 500!
In Sprint Cup Series competition the #5 car has started 1,455 races and has 44 wins, 59 poles, 287 top 5s, 546 top 10s, and 362 DNFs.
Hendrick Motorsports debuted in 1984 under the banner "All Star Racing" with five employees, rented equipments, two cars, with the highest-paid person's wages at only $500/week. Initially, the team had planned to field a car for seven-time Cup champion Richard Petty with funding from country music business mogul C.K. Spurlock, but the deal failed to materialize. Afterwards, Hendrick attempted to hire Dale Earnhardt, but did not. As a result, the team fielded the No. 5 Chevy Monte Carlo, driven by Geoff Bodine in 1984. After a slow start to the season, Hendrick informed Bodine and crew chief Harry Hyde that he planned to shut down the team due to funding trouble. Instead, Bodine and the team won at Martinsville Speedway, leading to sponsorship from Levi Garrett; on March 30, 2014, the 30-year anniversary of the win, Hendrick stated, "We owe Martinsville so much. If we hadn't won that race, then literally the next Monday we were going to shut it down." The team won two more times and finished ninth in points. Levi Garrett came on board to sponsor the #5 Chevy in 1985. Despite not winning a race that year, Bodine improved to fifth in points. Hendrick moved to a multi-car team full-time in 1986, with Bodine and Tim Richmond as drivers. Bodine won twice in the #5 including that Daytona 500 and posted an eighth place finish in points. His younger brother, Brett, raced as a teammate in the World 600 that year. Bodine went winless again in 1987, finishing thirteenth in points. Bodine won one race each of the next two years before leaving for Junior Johnson in 1990. Bodine started 174 races in #5 with 7 wins.
In 1990 Ricky Rudd took Bodine’s place, winning at Watkins Glen and finishing seventh in points. At the season finale in Atlanta, Rudd’s car spun out on pit road striking and killing a member of Bill Elliott’s team. This incident directly led to implementation of new pit road safety rules for the 1991 season, though they would be altered after a few races & resemble the rules still in use today. For 1991, the team received sponsorship from Tide as part of the car's merger with Darrell Waltrip's old team. Winning one race that year, Rudd finished a career high second in points. On the final lap of that year's race at Sears Point Raceway, second-place Rudd spun out leader Davey Allison on the last turn and went on to win. NASCAR penalized the team for rough driving and awarded Allison the win. This incident is often referred to as one of the most drastic overreactions and penalties levied by the NASCAR sanctioning body against a driver. Never before had NASCAR taken a win from the driver that took the checkered flag first, though it has happened since. Rudd won once each of the next two years, and then left to form his own team, taking Tide with him. Rudd started 117 races in #5 with 4 wins.
Terry Labonte has the most starts in the #5 car with 368 from 1994-2004, including 17 wins and the 1996 Winston Cup (Sprint Cup) Championship. When Ricky Rudd left Hendrick Motorsports at the end of the 1993 season, Rick Hendrick hired 1984 Cup Champion Terry Labonte to fill the seat of the #5 car. Labonte won three races each in 1994 and 1995 including a legendary finish at Bristol in 1995 where Terry won the race as Dale Earnhardt wrecked him. He defeated teammate Jeff Gordon for the 1996 Winston Cup championship by 37 points. Terry won the Championship at Atlanta in a race that his brother Bobby won, and the Texas brothers got to celebrate together. Labonte won one race each of the next three seasons, and he almost won 2 in 1999 before a Bristol rematch with Dale Earnhardt left Terry wrecked on the backstretch just half a lap from the checkered flag. The 2000 season was a very difficult year for the team as two long streaks that defined Labonte's career came to an end. In the Pepsi 400, Labonte crashed his car and broke his leg. After an accident at New Hampshire damaged his inner ear, Labonte was not capable of driving, and he ended up missing two races, bringing his Ironman streak of most consecutive races to an abrupt end. Todd Bodine and Ron Hornaday, Jr. subbed for Labonte. His six-year winning streak was also broken as he failed to visit victory lane that year. At the end of the 2000 season Labonte's team switched to Kellogg's Frosted Flakes brand for its primary sponsorship. After a couple of low-key years, Labonte finished tenth in the points in 2003. He also revisited victory lane after a four-year drought, winning the 2003 Southern 500 at Darlington, his final career win. After slipping to twenty-sixth in points in 2004, Labonte announced his semi-retirement. He would drive a limited schedule in #44 for two years before leaving the team after the 2006 season.
In 2005 Kyle Busch took over the #5 car at Hendrick. Busch easily won the 2005 rookie of the year battle and made history when he took the checkered flag in the Sony HD 500 at California Speedway for his first win, becoming the youngest driver to ever win a Cup Series race at the age of 20 years, 4 months, and 2 days. Busch would win later that year at Phoenix. In 2006, Kyle won once and qualified for the Chase for the Nextel Cup, ultimately finishing tenth in points. In 2007, Busch grabbed a win at the Food City 500, the inaugural race for the Car of Tomorrow. On June 13, 2007 Hendrick announced that Kyle Busch would not return to drive the No. 5 car in 2008. Kyle earned 4 wins in his 108 starts in the Hendrick #5.
Casey Mears would drive the #5 in 2008, moving over from the Hendrick #25 team that was becoming the #88 of Earnhardt Jr. After going winless in all of his 36 starts of 2008, Mears was released by Hendrick.
Mark Martin was hired away from DEI to replace Mears in 2009. He scored his win with Hendrick Motorsports at Phoenix on April 18, 2009. He became the third oldest winner and fourth driver over the age of 50 to win a Sprint Cup Series race. The win was also the 36th victory and 400th top 10 of Martin's career. On September 18, 2009 Hendrick announced that Martin had extended his contract through the 2011 season and would race full-time with GoDaddy.com as a primary sponsor. Lance McGrew took over as crew chief for the #5 in 2011 as Gustafson moved to Jeff Gordon's team. Farmers Insurance Group and Quaker State joined as sponsors of the team for a few races. Martin struggled through most of the season with McGrew, not showing signs of his earlier Hendrick success. Teammate Jimmie Johnson drove the #5 car in the All-Star Race to promote a discount deal with Lowe's, and Martin drove the #25. In 2012 Martin retired from full time driving and began racing part time for Michael Waltrip Racing. Martin made 108 starts in #5 with 5 wins.
Kasey Kahne, along with his crew chief Kenny Francis were picked up from Red Bull Racing Team to run the #5 in 2012. Farmers and Quaker State returned, with Farmers increasing its sponsorship to 22 races. GoDaddy.com left for Tommy Baldwin Racing, but Time Warner Cable and Great Clips signed on as replacements. After a poor start to the season, Kahne rebounded immensely and picked up wins at the Coca-Cola 600 and the first Loudon race. Kahne would make the 2012 Chase and finish a career-best 4th in standings. Kahne again qualified for the Chase in 2013. However, it did not appear that Kahne would qualify for the 2014 Chase, until a win at Atlanta in September locked him into the Chase field. To date Kahne has earned 5 wins in #5 in his 108 starts. Kahne will return to the #5 in 2015, only 5 days from now.
Neil Bonnett drove the #5 for Jim Stacy in 44 starts from 1977-1979 including 2 wins, both in 1977.
From 1963-1964 Billy Wade started the #5 car 30 times for 5 top 5 finishes, but no wins.
Tiny Lund started #5 20 times from 1959-1964, with 18 of those starts coming in 1960. Lund never won a races in the number.
Buddy Arrington made 19 starts in #5 during the 1970 season and one more in 1971 for a career total of 20 in the number Arrington did not win in #5.
Cotton Owens drove the #6 before he retired in 1961 to become a car owner and put David Pearson in his #6 car. From time to time Owens would field a second car, the number 5, and drive it himself just to prove that he could beat Pearson. In his 11 starts in the number Owens earned 3 wins including his final win in 1964.
In Sprint Cup Series competition the #05 car has started 203 races and has 0 wins, 0 poles, 7 top 5s, 45 top 10s, and 103 DNFs.
David Sisco started the #05 car 121 times from 1971-1976 without a victory.
In 1979 Dick Brooks started 26 races in the #05 car without a win, though he earned 1 top 5 finish.
Other notable drivers in #05:
Bruce Hill, 14 starts
Donny Allison, 7 starts
Slick Johnson, 4 starts
Possum Jones, 4 starts
Joe Weatherly, 1 start
Elmo Langley, 1 start
Jim Sauter, 1 start
In 2005, The NASCAR Nextel Cup Series Championship was won by Tony Stewart and the Joe Gibbs Racing #20. Kyle Busch in #5 was named Rookie of the Year. The 1963 Daytona 500, the 5th running of the event held on February 24, 1963 was won by Tiny Lund driving a 1963 Ford for the Wood Brothers. Lund filled in for an injured Marvin Panch, who suffered injuries after a crash. Lund pulled Panch from the wreckage after the incident. TRIVIA TIME colegnd has offered a reward of Dogecoins to the first person to correctly answer a daily trivia question related to each number! No Google, Wikipedia, or internet allowed, just your own knowledge! This sounds like a fun game, so let’s give it a try! Thanks to colegnd for the idea and dogecoins, and if you have suggestions for future trivia questions please contact me the_colbeast. If you are declared the winner of the trivia contest and would like to donate you prize money to charity, please let me know in the comments.
2015.02.06 08:57 the_colbeast16 Days until the Daytona 500!
In Sprint Cup Series competition the #16 car has started 1,071 races and has 32 wins, 30 poles, 169 top 5s, 337 top 10s, and 236 DNFs.
Wally Dallenbach Jr. drove the #16 car for Jack Roush from 1992-1993 with 59 starts. Originally the first car to make Roush Racing a multi-car stable, the 16 team debuted at the 1992 Daytona 500 with Keystone as the sponsor. Wally drove the car to a fifteenth place finish. Dallenbach, however, earned only one top ten finish that year and finished 24th in points. 1993 proved to be a little better with Dallenbach posting four top tens.
For 1994 Ted Musgrave took over driving duties, with The Family Channel becoming the new sponsor. The car's performance improved drastically, with Musgrave notching three poles and finishing thirteenth in points. The 1995 season saw Musgrave improving six spots in points to seventh. Despite this success, Musgrave never visited victory lane in his tenure behind the wheel of the 16. Midway through 1998, Musgrave was released and replaced by rookie Kevin Lepage. Musgrave started the #16 car 145 times.
When the 1998 season started, Kevin Lepage was in a part-time ride (the #91 Chevy). When he went to his first meeting in Daytona, the officials asked who was running for Rookie of the Year. Lepage, mostly as a joke, put his hand up. Yet, in the first few races of the season, he was at or near the top of the ROTY standings, and giving Kenny Irwin a run for his money. Jack Roush released Ted Musgrave and hired Lepage to drive the #16, but Lepage started out slowly and his performance tapered. All shot at a Rookie title was lost, although he settled for second place. Lepage continued to drive for Roush in 1999 & 2000, but they parted ways at the end of the 2000 season. Lepage made a total of 79 starts in the number.
Greg Biffle has started the #16 car 432 times with 19 wins for Roush Racing since in 2002. The 2000 Truck series champ drove #16 in 4 races in 2002 while also winning the Busch (XFINITY) Series Championship. Biffle ran full-time as a rookie in 2003, with W. W. Grainger sponsoring the car. Biffle started 35 out of 36 races, won the Pepsi 400 at Daytona, and finished runner-up to Jamie McMurray for Rookie of the Year. The next year, the car had a new primary sponsor in the National Guard, with major associate sponsorship from Subway, Jackson Hewitt, and Travelodge. Biffle opened the year with a pole at the Daytona 500. Over the 2004 season, Biffle scored wins at Michigan and Homestead, and finished 17th in points. In 2005, 3M's Post-it Brand and Charter Communications joined as part-time sponsors. 2005 was to be the most successful year for car 16 to date, as the National Guard Ford won six races, a season high, and finished runner-up in the Chase for the Nextel (Sprint) Cup. He scored a single win in 2007 at Kansas, and finished 14th in points. After 2007, National Guard did not renew its contract, moving to Hendrick Motorsports and the #25. It was announced on June 27, 2008 that Biffle signed a contract extension to remain at Roush-Fenway through 2011 with 3M as his major sponsor. That season, he finished third in points and won two races, but didn't re-visit victory lane in 2009. In 2010 Biffle and the 16 team got off to a good start finishing 3rd in the 2010 Daytona 500 and stayed in the top 12 in points all year. Biffle also won two races that year the Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500 at Pocono as well as the Price Chopper 400 at Kansas leading to a sixth place finish in the standings. Biffle struggled for most of the next year, failing to return to victory lane and finishing 16th in points. In 2012 he started the season with 3 straight 3rd place finishes and a win early at Texas put him in the points lead, but he eventually gave it up to teammate Matt Kenseth. In 2013, Roush Fenway began to struggle. However Biffle did get the 1000th win for manufacturer Ford at Michigan in June and made the Chase. In 2014, the team continued to struggle for speed, going winless and finishing 14th in points. In August 2014 it was announced that longtime sponsor 3M would leave the team for Hendrick Motorsports, and that Scotts-Miracle Gro's Ortho brand would take over primary sponsorship for the 2015 season.
Starting in 1981 David Pearson began driving #16 part time for Bobby Hawkins, and eventually for his family race time. In his 25 starts in the number he never reached victory lane. Following David’s retirement in 1986, his son Larry Pearson took over the ride. 39 of Larry’s 57 career starts came in #16.
From 1963-1966 Darel Dieringer made 52 starts in the #16 winning 5 races. The biggest of which was the 1966 Southern 500.
Tiny Lund started #16 in 26 races. Lund started 12 races in 1956 and 1 in 1957 to mixed results. He came back to the #16 in 1968 driving for Bud Moore.
Penske's NASCAR team made its debut in 1972 at Riverside International Raceway. Mark Donohue was driving a factory-sponsored #16 red-white-blue American Motors Matador. It was dubbed the "flying brick" by many noting its squarish aerodynamics. The car finished 39th after rear end problems. The team ran part-time for a few years, fielding cars for several drivers including Donohue (1 win), Dave Marcis, and Bobby Allison. The team went full-time with Bobby Allison's in 1976 with a new, more aerodynamic fastback coupe, finishing 4th in the points. In 1980, the team fielded two races for Rusty Wallace, finishing 2nd in his first race at Atlanta. Penske sold his machinery to the Elliott family in 1977 and got out of NASCAR. The team didn't run for eleven years, returning in 1991 with Wallace at the wheel again.
The 1974 Daytona 500, the 16th running of the event, was won by Richard Petty (for the fifth time). Due to the energy crisis of the time NASCAR shortened all of its races by 10% in 1974. Though still called the ‘Daytona 500,’ it was actually the Daytona 450. They 1974 running used carburetor restrictor plates, but not the same style mandated in the late 1980s. The race car drivers still had to commute to the races using the same stock cars that competed in a typical weekend's race through a policy of homologation (and under their own power). This policy was in effect until roughly 1975. By 1980, NASCAR had completely stopped tracking the year model of all the vehicles and most teams did not take stock cars to the track under their own power anymore. The race saw two dramatic changes in outcome in the final twenty laps. Petty cut a tire and had to pit under green with 19 to go, putting Donnie Allison into the lead, but with 11 to go in the trioval a backmarker's blown engine blew out both front tires on Allison's Chevy and Donnie spun out, then lost a lap limping to pit road and getting new tires. Petty's margin of victory was 47 seconds. Yarborough was second, followed by Ramo Stott, Marlin, Foyt, and Donnie Allison. Marlin might have finished second, but mistook the white flag for the checkered, since both were being displayed when they crossed the line to get the white flag, as Petty was right behind them. Marlin let off on the back straightaway, and lost second to Yarborough, while Stott, known at the time mostly for his USAC stock car prowess, followed to take third, while Marlin had to settle for fourth. TRIVIA TIME colegnd has offered a reward of Dogecoins to the first person to correctly answer a daily trivia question related to each number! No Google, Wikipedia, or internet allowed, just your own knowledge! This sounds like a fun game, so let’s give it a try! Thanks to colegnd for the idea and dogecoins, and if you have suggestions for future trivia questions please contact me the_colbeast. If you are declared the winner of the trivia contest and would like to donate you prize money to charity, please let me know in the comments.
2013.12.26 01:19 DarthYoda2594[35 Bowls in 17 Days], Christmas Edition! - The Little Caesar's Pizza Bowl
Little CaesarsPizza Bowl Bowling Green Falcons (10-3) vs. Pitt Panthers (6-6) Bowl Information Date: December 26, 2013 Time: 6:00 PM EST Channel:Point Spread:
Bowling Green: -4
O/U: 49.5 Payout: $600,000 per team Sponsor:Little Caesars Pizza Bowl History Year Founded: 1997 Location:Detroit, MichiganStadium:Ford FieldConference Tie-ins: #8 vs #1 Trophy:Photo MVP Trophy:Photo 2012 Season Result:Central Michigan: 24 vs. Western Kentucky: 21 Highlights As a result of NIU playing in the BCS and the B1G only having 7 teams bowl eligible, and no contract yet with the Sun Belt, both spots were open for the season. This game was the least-attended Little Caesar's Bowl in its history, with an announced attendance of just over 23,000 Bowl History: Known as the Motor City Bowl from from 1997-2009, the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl is annually played in the city of Detroit, Michigan on the 26th or 27th of December. The bowl matches up the 8th bowl eligible team from the B1G against the winner of the MAC championship or the 2nd place MAC team if the champion declines the bowl. In years where the B1G does not have enough bowl eligible teams, the final bowl eligible Sunbelt team is chosen. In years where there are not enough eligible Sun Belt teams, an at-large can be chosen, like this year where Pitt was chosen out of the ACC and their record 11 bowl eligible teams. Originally sponsored by the "Big Three" automakers in Detroit (Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler), the bowl changed hands after the automarket crash of 2008 when Chrysler and GM went bankrupt and were replaced as sponsors by the Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Millwrights for the final Motor City Bowl in 2008. Ford remained a sponsor and in 2009 Detroit-headquartered Little Caesars Pizza became the title sponsor. The bowl is also the only bowl game played in the Midwestern region of the United States. Results
Most Valuable Players
Brian St. Pierre
T. Y. Hilton
Historic Games 2007: The Central Michigan Chippewas (8-5) returned to the Motor City bowl looking to defend their 2006 victory over MTSU after receiving a bid to to return to Detroit after their 2nd straight MAC championship. Heading into the game the Chippewas, led by returning Motor City Bowl MVP and 2007 MAC player of the year Sophomore QB Dan LeFevour, were 8.5 underdogs to the Purdue Boilermakers (7-5) led by Junior QB and future Indianapolis Colts starter, Curtis Painter. The Boilermakers had defeated the Chippewas 45-22 earlier in the season, and on December 26th they got a rematch. Purdue shot out of the gates and quickly took over the game in the first half, scoring 3 TD's on their way to a 34-13 lead at halftime. Finally, in the second half the Chippewas woke up and found their stride on their way to scoring 4 TD's in the third quarter to tie the game up. The shootout was finally decided by a game winning field goal by the Boilermakers' kicker Chris Summers. With a final score of 51-48, the game set an attendance record for the bowls 10th anniversary with 60,624, breaking the record from 2006. The performance of Curtis Painter led him to winning the MVP honors and walking away with 543 passing yards, setting the Motor City Bowl and Purdue single game records, along with being the 4th best in a bowl game all-time.
HighlightsWarning: the video is just something a dude shot during his trip to the game and includes a sweet Journey soundtrack.
2009: After 11 years of the name "Motor City Bowl" the Midwest's only bowl game changed title sponsors and was officially know for the first time as the "Little Caesars Pizza Bowl." That wasn't the only notable first occurring in the bowl though, it also marked the first time a woman had officiated an NCAA bowl game. Line judge Sarah Thomas was on the officiating crew for the game and marked a very historic first. Even with the history being made before the game even started, a game still had to be played and a winner still had to be crowned. The Marshall Thundering Herd (6-6) of Huntington, West Virginia were invited to the game as an at-large from Conference-USA and made their 5th appearance in the bowls 13 year history and made their first appearance not in the MAC. The Ohio Bobcats (9-4) of Athens, Ohio entered the game as MAC East division champions and were invited to the game to play in place of MAC champions Central Michigan, who the Bobcats had lost to a few weeks prior at Ford Field during the MAC championship game. Led by QB Theo Scott, the Bobcats made only their 3rd bowl appearance in program history and were seeking their first bowl win. The game was also a renewal of the Battle for the Bell and the first meeting of the schools in 5 years. The Herd opened up the game strong, and scored the first 21 points of the contest and looked to be on their way to a blowout. Finally the Bobcats stated to march back before halftime as Shannon Ballard returned a Marshall fumble 75 yards to the house to put Ohio on the board. At the half Marshall led 21-7, but Ohio came out and put some offense on the board to score another TD to make it a one score game in the third quarter. The last points in the game were scored on 46 yard field goal to bring the score to 21-17, but Marshall held the Bobcat offense in check to cement the final score. The game was a slugfest, with Marshall only getting 275 yards of offense and Ohio gaining a mere 123. The most amazing stat of the game is Marshall holding the Bobcats to just 12 yards rushing. The Herd victory put their record to 4-1 in the bowl and proved they were the most dominating team to ever play in this great holiday tradition, with Herd legends like Chad Pennington, Randy Moss, and Byron Leftwich all playing in the Motor City at least once in their careers.
Historic Bowl Games: 1977 Sugar Bowl: The 1976 Pittsburgh Panthers team was one of the best in program history, and perhaps one of the most dominant college teams in history. Led by Tony Dorsett's then-record 1948 rushing yards on the season, Pitt had an almost unstoppable ground attack under head coach Johnny Majors in his 4th season. After victories over rivals West Virginia and Penn State in the last two games of the regular season, undefeated and #1 Pitt accepted a bid to play in the Sugar Bowl in the Superdome against #5 Georgia (10-1). Pitt thoroughly dominated the game, winning 27-3, and quarterback Matt Cavanaugh took home MVP honors, only to later become Pitt's offensive coordinator. After the game, Sports Illustrated ran this photograph on the cover to commemorate Pitt's season, a now iconic picture for Pitt fans. This bowl win gave Pitt their 9th national championship and first since 1937, and Tony Dorsett would win the Heisman trophy and Walter Camp awards that season. 1982 Sugar Bowl: The 1981 Pitt team may have been better than it was in 1976. Preseason #8 in the country, Pitt had risen to #1 prior to the annual matchup with in-state rival Penn State. However, in what would be on of the worst games in Pitt history, #11 Penn State would defeat Pitt by 34 points in Pittsburgh, and Pitt would fall to #10 in the AP poll. Number #2 Georgia (10-1) was led by a stifling defense and punishing rushing attack led by Herschel Walker. Again, the teams met in the Superdome on New Year's Day, 1982, for the Sugar Bowl. In a game that featured no team leading by more than Georgia's initial touchdown, and 5 lead changes, Pitt prevailed, 24-20. Dan Marino led a touchdown drive in the waning minutes, and with under a minute to play, Pitt crossed midfield down 20-17. A 33-yard touchdown pass to John Brown with 35 seconds remaining and his second TD reception of the game would give Pitt the victory in what was a tremendous bounce-back game for the team. Dan Marino had finished 4th in the Heisman trophy voting that season, and would continue to succeed in the NFL. 2008 Sun Bowl: I included this just for comedy's sake. No part of this game was good for the Panthers, who entered the game 9-3 and #18 in the country in Dave Wannstedt's first winning season as Pitt head coach. Matched up against #24 Oregon State (8-4), Pitt were slight underdogs in El Paso. Howling winds gusting over 50 miles per hour completely stifled both the passing game and and kicking game, but Oregon State managed a field goal on a botched hold with the ball laying awkwardly for the games' only points. The 3-0 final was the lowest score ever for a bowl game that was not a tie, and neither team mustered 300 total yards in the game. Interestingly, a world record was set at halftime for longest mass YMCA dance, as the Village People performed the halftime show. Not kidding. 2013 Season Record:6-6Key Players this Season: True Freshman Receiver Tyler Boyd
Boyd was certainly the Panthers' highest-profile recruit coming into the season. A local 4-star product who had broken every WPIAL touchdown and yardage record with Clairton as a running back, Boyd was recruited as a wide receiver and immediately made an impact against Florida State. Gaining 15+ yards and a first down on three separate jet sweeps and catching two passes, he was the bright spot for Pitt's offense in a blowout loss. Though his usage in the running game was somewhat diminished over the season, he managed to gather 4 100-yard receiver games, including a 154-yard, 3 TD performance against Duke. He was named ACC rookie of the week multiple times and has over 1000 yards receiving for the season. His 77 catches this season are good for second for Pitt all-time in a year.
Savage began his career at Rutgers, and was quite successful, but was benched after his replacement succeeded. He transferred to Arizona, then immediately transferred to Pitt where he could start for the final season of his career. His season was very up and down, but his statline against Duke is one of the best in the country this season - 23/33 for 424 yards, 6 TDs, and no interceptions. What he sometimes lacks in ability to get rid of the ball, he definitely makes up for in pure arm strength. In the middle of the year, due to a struggling offensive line, he began to run the ball with some effectiveness as well.
Perhaps not one of the best players on the team, but he has received a ton of criticism over the last two years and I'm not sure it's warranted. As a freshman at Michigan in 2012, he managed to work his way into the starting lineup. However, a decision to transfer found him at Pitt and he was expected to succeed immediately, coming from a big program. However, he never really found his stride and was the target of many big plays over the past two seasons. Despite this, he definitely rebounded this season. In the huge Notre Dame victory this season, he secured two interceptions and forced a fumble to go along with 7 tackles to gain ACC DB of the week honors. He was also third on the team in tackles, and played a large role in securing the Duke win as well, despite an error early in the game.
Donald wasn't just the best player on the team, he may have been the best player in all of college football this season. He took home each of the four major awards for which he was a finalist: the Nagurski, Lombardi, Outland, and Bednarik awards. No other player has done that since Ndamokung Suh, and Donald is the first player in Pitt history to take home four major awards in a season. Of his 54 tackles this season, 26.5 were for loss and 10.0 were sacks. His 4 forced fumbles were most on the team. He blocked an extra point against Syracuse that would prove to be the deciding margin of victory. 4 of his tackles for loss came against Georgia Tech... in the first half! Obviously in my personal bias, I think Donald should have at least received an invite to New York for the Heisman ceremony. It would have been a cap on an absolutely spectacular season. In addition to all his awards, Donald also became the 49th consensus All-American in Pitt's history.
No video but see image above - Tyler Boyd jukes Telvin Smith (would appreciate if anyone can find this)
Season Summary: Personally, this season was about how I expected it to go (at 6-6). However, in typical Pitt fashion, their method of getting there was... interesting, to say the least. The first two and a half games went as expected, with Pitt losing to Florida State, beating New Mexico, and continuing to handle Duke. However gaping holes in the secondary and on special teams led to Duke very nearly winning the game (and they probably should have), and questions were asked about the defensive coordinator and lack of a special teams coach. The next 5 games were a rough stretch, consisting of ugly victories over Virginia and Old Dominion and losses to Virginia Tech, Navy, and Georgia Tech where the offensive looked futile. A 28-21 victory over ranked opponent Notre Dame gave fans new life, and a tight win over Syracuse earned bowl eligibility despite more defensive and special teams disasters against UNC and Miami. Pitt obviously was never going to win the Coastal in their first season in the ACC, but it was a weak conference this year and they let games slip away. Paul Chryst continues to offer questions about his recruiting ability, but his in-game abilities have certainly improved, as evidenced by a game-saving timeout against Syracuse on the final play of the game to prevent a fake field goal touchdown. 6-6 is definitely a fair record for this team, as they are too inconsistent to really gauge. However, the way the coaching staff has performed and recruited, and with the talent that continues to go on the field, it appears as they're "stuck" in the 6-6 range for the foreseeable future, unless the teams around them improve or worsen. Why we are going to win: Pitt's defense had been good at many times throughout the season, with notable outliers in the Miami and Duke games. They don't create many turnovers, but they also rarely turn the ball over themselves. In order to win the game, if Pitt can create a turnover or two, likely through Vinopal or Donald, their chances to win the game will greatly improve. Bowling Green has been a very solid team defensively, especially against the pass where they are 4th in the nation. If Pitt can establish the ground game early with James Conner and Isaac Bennett, it would open up the door for play action in their pro-style offense and Boyd and senior WR Devin Street should be able to get man coverage downfield, which appears to be the only way to attack their passing D. Special Notes: Due to injuries limiting him this season, I didn't include Devin Street on the players list. However, he did catch 51 passes for 854 yards in only 10 games this season. A three-year starter, he has the record for receptions in Pitt history and needs only 103 yards to break Dietrich Jells' school record of 3003 yards for his career. He is questionable for the game. Bowling Green State University - The Falcons Bowl Record: 4-6
Has started 25 games in his career ... is a two-time All-MAC performer, earning all-conference status as a defensive back in 2012 and a kick returner in 2011 ... owns touchdowns via, kick, punt and interception return, the only Falcon in school history to do so.
Greene exploded onto the scene in 2013 with a remarkable season. The 5-foot-10, 184-pound sophomore was not afraid to run between the tackles and gashed opposing defenses for 1,555 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Season Summary: Bowling Green had a wonderful 2013 season, going 10-3, with only loses to Toledo, SEC school Mississippi State, and Indiana. They made headlines when the team upset an extremely strong Northern Illinois in the MAC Championship game. Why we are going to win: BGSU has held teams to an average of 14.8 points this year, 5th in the nation, while Pittsburgh has only scored an average of 26 points per game, 86th in the country. BGSU purely has a great defense against a mediocre offense, and we are not even going to START on offense and Pitt’s 112th-in-the-country rushing yards. Prediction: I guess I'll put myself in charge of this as submitter. As much as I'd like to think Pitt will win, I have to say 24-17 Bowling Green. I think Pitt will capitalize on a turnover early with a touchdown, but their offense will struggle to get going and be limited to one dimension against the strong BGSU run defense. For more info on the 35 Bowls Project, go here.
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