Found November 30, 2012 on
The Cardinal Connect:
With last night’s win, Louisville has claimed the Big East championship and has earned a bid to a BCS bowl. More often than not, the Big East champion ends up playing in the Orange Bowl; however with Kent State currently ranked No. 17 in the BCS rankings and playing for the MAC championship tonight, it’s still unknown where Louisville will end up.
If the Flashes can somehow get into the top 16 of the rankings, they could really shake some things up with the BCS bowl bids. The Sugar Bowl gets the second-to-last pick and would likely take this year’s Big East champion while the Orange Bowl would be left with Kent State.
Kent State could lose to Northern Illinois tonight in the MAC championship game which would mean Louisville will play in the Orange Bowl. The Golden Flashes could even win tonight and still not climb in the BCS rankings. Kent’s chances will be helped if Stanford can beat No. 16 UCLA in the Pac-12 title game. No. 12 Nebraska will play Wisconsin in the Big Ten title gam...
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A busy weekend of championship action gets under way Friday evening with a pair of intriguing matchups, including a rematch between No. 16 UCLA and No. 8 Stanford for the PAC-12 title at Palo Alto.
The two schools will play for the second time in just six days after the Cardinal beat the Bruins in the regular season finale 35-17 last Saturday, earning a spot in the conference championship...
DETROIT -- Kent State thought they could achieve the impossible Friday night.
It almost pulled it off.
The Golden Flashes, a team that hadn't won a Mid-American Conference championship in 40 years and hadn't even had a winning season in a decade, were on the verge of breaking through the biggest glass ceiling in college sports. They were about to put thelittle MAC into a...
MAC Championship Game 21 Northern Illinois (11-1) AT 17 Kent State (11-1) Time: 7:00 PM EDT | Spread: Northern Illinois -7 1/2 The Pick: Kent State +7 1/2 Why?: Kent State’s defense hasn’t faced a dual-threat Quarterback at the level or Jordan Lynch, but I think his skills on the field will be [...]
It hasn't taken Darrell Hazell long to turn around the Kent State football program. The former Ohio State assistant coach has already led the Golden Flashes to a historic campaign that could get even better with a win tonight in the MAC title game. BSB takes a look at how the longtime Buckeye has made the magic work in northeastern Ohio.