The MAACO Bowl Las Vegas is next up on the Pac-12 docket and Washington is tasked with moving the conference's postseason record to 2-0 against a tough top 25 foe in Boise State. This will be the Huskies' third straight bowl game, and after the bitter disappointment in the Apple Cup, the team likely is fired up to get back on the field and end the season with a win.
Both teams have plenty to prove on national TV as they lay it all out on the line Saturday.
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After Arizona's crazy comeback win in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, Wildcats coach Rich Rodriguez discusses about what went on as the team scored 14 points in under two minutes to steal a victory. Also, Mike Yam and Bryan Fischer preview the MAACO Las Vegas Bowl by talking to Washington defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox.
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Just a couple of minutes out, it seemed like Nevada had secured the victory in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl. But with just 1:48 left, the Wildcats managed to come back from a 13-point deficit thanks to an incredible sequence of plays. On the final drive, Arizona recovered an onside kick and, with just 40 seconds left and 51 yards to go, the Wildcats stunned the Wolf Pack in a victory for the ages:
Arizona's roller coaster of a season was capped off in exciting fashion on Saturday, as the Wildcats came back from 13 points down with just 1:48 left in the game to stun Nevada and win the Gildan New Mexico Bowl.
There wasn't much defense played in Albuquerque but for the first bowl game of the postseason, it sure set the bar pretty high for others in terms of entertainment as the teams combined for 1,234 yards and 97 points. The Wolf Pack also set a FBS Bowl record by picking up 39 first downs.
The postseason is finally here for college football and a record eight Pac-12 teams are headed to a bowl game. Be sure to keep checking back for the latest updates on what teams will be wearing for the games. Expect a few different combinations as schools look to flash a different look for their final game of the year. The first bowl of the year is the Gildan New Mexico Bowl with the Arizona Wildcats kicking the action off for the conference. Athletic director (and ace photographer) Greg Byrne provides an update on the uniforms the team will wear as they take on Nevada.
Merry Bowlmas and Happy Postseasonukkah. One of the most magical and exciting times of the football season is finally here and fittingly it is kicked off by an exciting matchup involving a Pac-12 team.
The Gildan New Mexico Bowl is the first game on the docket this postseason and features a very intriguing game between two explosive offenses. If you wake up on Saturday and need a jolt, no need for some coffee as this game should open the eyelids and get the blood flowing.