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College Football Bowl Results: Monday Dec. 30


Shayn Roby’s Take: Today’s Bowl Game winners were, Navy, Ole Miss, Oregon, and Arizona State. Mack Brown coached his last game at Texas. Arizona State left people scratching their heads as they were wondering how in the world the Sun Devils ever made it to the Pac-12 Championship game.

Shayn Roby's College Sports

Monday, December 30 2013

Armed Forces Bowl

Fort Worth Texas

Music City Bowl

Nashville, Tennessee


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Mississippi 25  Georgia Tech 17

Alamo Bowl

San Antonio, Texas

Oregon 30  Texas 7

Holiday Bowl

San Diego, California

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Red Raiders to Face Golden Gophers in Meineke Car Care Bowl


Time will tell if the Texas Tech Red Raiders can avoid being distracted by the whirlwind of coaching changes in the same manner that the Cincinnati Bearcats were able to on Thursday night in the Belk Bowl against Duke.  The Bearcats are the culprit in stealing away coach Tommy Tuberville, who signed with the Bearcats to replace the departed Butch Jones, who had left Cincy for the Orange City of Knoxville, Tennessee.  The Red Raiders (7-5) started the season off in promising fashion with a (4-0) start this season, but ended it with a horrid (1-4) stretch.  The Red Raiders will be facing the Golden Gophers of Minnesota (6-6) who started off at (4-0) as well this season, but finished up with an awful (2-6) stretch.  The Red Raiders, who average 37.8 points per game on offense, are led by quarterback Seth Doege, who has passed for 3934 yards and 38 touchdowns against 14 interceptions. 

Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege

Red Raiders quarterback Seth Doege has thrown for 38 touchdowns this season.

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The game in Houston figures to be a high-scoring affair, with the Red Raiders prevailing.

Texas Tech Red Raiders:   (7-5):     Roby’s Rating:   (7.88)

Minnesota Golden Gophers: (6-6):  Roby’s Rating:   (3.21)

Prediction:  Texas Tech Red Raiders by 5

(H/T: TexasTech.com)