Thursday, January 10, 2008


the Sugar Bowl
Tuesday, January 1st, 8:30pm
New Orleans, Louisiana
WeekOpponentoPtsRes, ScoreWeekOpponentoPtsRes, Score
13Boise State229.42W, 39-279Florida377.83W, 42-30
11Fresno State151.92W, 37-3011Auburn294.68W, 45-20
12@ Nevada54.01W, 28-2612Kentucky208.61W, 24-13
14Washington-9.10W, 35-284@ Alabama183.77W, 26-23
2@ Louisiana Tech-48.56W, 45-4413@ Georgia Tech154.13W, 31-17
7@ San Jose State-53.89W, 42-3510Troy134.45W, 44-34
9New Mexico State-156.16W, 50-131Oklahoma State112.55W, 35-14
3@ Nevada-Las Vegas-178.30W, 49-147@ Vanderbilt81.36W, 20-17
6Utah State-209.20W, 52-375Mississippi-39.22W, 45-17
5@ Idaho-335.67W, 48-203Western Carolina-W, 45-16
1Northern Colorado-W, 63-66@ Tennessee349.37L, 14-35
4Charleston Southern-W, 66-102South Carolina163.22L, 12-16

Hawaii is undefeated, but they haven't played anyone reall except for Boise State. Georgia found an identity halfway through the season and has been the team nobody wants to face. This should be a huge clash and a great game.

Georgia gets the nod here, if only because they've beaten better teams on their way up.

The Line: Hawaii +8

The Story: How will the Warriors fare against a legitimate opponent? A convincing win over the Dawgs would give them a huge argument for a piece of the national championship. But to do that they're gonna have to play shut-down D, something they aren't so great at.

The Call: Georgia by 10

The Result: Georgia 41-10 = Another whuppin'. Hawaii couldn't get anything going all night long, and their O-line was just way overmatched against Georgia.

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