Thursday, January 10, 2008

California-Air Force

the Armed Forces Bowl
Monday, December 31st, 12:30pm
Fort Worth, Texas
(6-6)______Pac 10_____87.95
Air Force
(9-3)_____Mtn West____233.04
WeekOpponentoPtsRes, ScoreWeekOpponentoPtsRes, Score
1Tennessee349.37W, 45-312@ Utah213.09W, 20-12
5@ Oregon251.78W, 31-243Texas Christian152.78W, 20-17
4Arizona69.56W, 45-278Wyoming-10.46W, 20-12
10Washington State31.17W, 20-1712San Diego State-84.17W, 55-23
3Louisiana Tech-48.56W, 42-127@ Colorado State-109.69W, 45-21
2@ Colorado State-109.69W, 34-2811@ Notre Dame-135.92W, 41-24
11Southern California321.57L, 17-2410Army-176.10W, 30-10
9@ Arizona State241.74L, 20-316Nevada-Las Vegas-178.30W, 31-14
7Oregon State209.72L, 28-311South Carolina State-W, 34-3
8@ UCLA117.96L, 21-304@ Brigham Young341.36L, 6-31
12@ Washington-9.10L, 23-379@ New Mexico154.27L, 31-34
14@ Stanford-46.40L, 13-205@ Navy111.26L, 20-31

The Bears have played the tougher schedule, but the won 3 less games than the Falcons did.

Cal's season tanked in October just when they were on the verge of being ranked #1, while Air Force has gone up after a rough start. Definite edge to the Falcons.

The Line: Air Force +4.5

The Story: Giving points to the Falcons? That makes this choice easy...

The Call: Air Force by 10

The Result: California 42-36 = also makes that choice very wrong. Looks like Cal has found themselves a QB for next year.

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