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Another question is, will conference realignment be different in this universe or will it play out the same?

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30 minutes ago, RightGuard said:

Another question is, will conference realignment be different in this universe or will it play out the same?

For the most part things will play out the same.  This includes conference realignment and coaching changes.  As best I can I intend to keep history the same.  More then anything this is just a hypothesis on who would have won had there been a tournament system starting back in 1962.

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In future years this unveiling years will come sooner but as this is the inaugural year things are not necessarily proceeding in a structured order.  Before the bowl games were played however the CBCS wanted to unveil the logo for the first National Championship Game.  Remember the game will be played at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.

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This one got off to a slow pace start.  Teams were trying to move the ball but just could not sustain any long drives.  Finally, at the end of the first quarter LSU was able to set themselves up for a 30-yard field goal, giving them the first score and lead at 3-0. 

 

In the second quarter USC appeared to be waking up.  They had two long drives but both ended on turnovers.  The first on an interception.  Luckily for them their defense prevented LSU from capitalizing on this turn over.  The second turn over came on downs.  USC was 1 yard away from a first and goal on fourth down.  Coach John McKay decided to go for it but LSU sacked USC’s quarterback and took possession.  Once again, the USC defense with held LSU from making anything of this disastrous situation.  On their third possession of the game USC had another strong drive and this time broke through for a score.  They got all the way up to the goal line and were able to push it through on a 1-yard run.  After just a few more plays the half came to an end with USC leading by a score of 7-3. 

 

Most of the scoring in this game would come in the third quarter.  It began early as USC scored on their first possession of the second half.  They drove down field and ended with a 5-yard pass to score a touchdown.  This put them up 14-3.  LSU was not going to go away.  Despite USC ability to control the LSU offense in the second quarter, the Tigers would answer the USC touchdown with one of their own.  They ended a drive with a 21-yard passing play for a touchdown.  This brought the score to 14-10.  A few short drives went by with each team punting the ball back-and-forth.  Then USC went on another strong drive as time ran down on the third quarter.  LSU did limit them to only a field goal however.  This brought the score to 17-10 as the quarter came to an end.

 

The fourth quarter started as a defensive affair.  Both team’s defense was containing the other.  Finally, USC was able to put together another drive that resulted in at least a field goal.  This one was kicked from 9 yards out and it set USC up with ta 20-10 lead.  With a two-score lead and time running down, USC was able to rely on their defense to push them through to the National Championship.  At least that was the plan.  On one late LSU possession they did allow the Tigers to march down field in just 7 plays that ended on a 16-yard pass for a touchdown.  Now the score was 20-17.  USC used their own offense to run down the remaining time on the clock and the Trojans secured the win.  

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Ole Miss got the ball first and they scored on that opening possession.  They made their way down the field and completed the drive on a 1-yard run for a touchdown.  This set them up with a 7-0 lead.  Not right away but a few possessions in the Longhorns were able to get their own touchdown on a 26-yard passing play.  With the point after the game was tied a 7.  This was the last time the score would be so close.  Ole Miss came right back and had a drive of their own end on a 16-yard passing play that scored a touchdown.  Once again Ole Miss had the lead.  They would no give that lead up for the remainder of the game. 

 

In the second quarter Texas felt they had things going.  They were on a strong drive but then the Ole Miss defense stalled them and forced them to settle for a 10-yard field goal.  Now the score was 14-10.  Late in the second quarter the Rebels would build on their lead when they got a big 45 yard passing play that resulted in a touchdown.  This pushed their lead to 21-10 just before halftime. 

 

Just like they had to start the second quarter Texas came out of halftime strong.  They felt energized and were progressing down the field but a string of penalties set them back and forced them into a situation where they took a 40-yard field goal attempt.  They made the score and brought the total to 21-13.  If they were making any progress towards closing Ole Miss’ lead, it was brought to a quick end.  On the ensuing drive the Rebels marched down the field and got a touchdown on a 3-yard pass.  Now the score was 28-13.  The remainder of the third quarter was made up of short drives that got no one anywhere.

 

Texas had started each of the last two quarters with good strong energy.  They came with it again in the fourth quarter.  They worked down the field and ended up with a touchdown on a 1-yard run.  Now the score was 28-20.  Ole Miss got the ball back and expected to answer Texas’ scoring play just as they had done every other time in this game thus far.  Ole Miss would make one big mistake however by throwing an interception.  Taking advantage Texas’ offense worked down the field and got a touchdown that brought the score to 28-27.  Suddenly a game that had been dominated by Ole Miss looked like it might be stolen away by Texas.  Turns out Ole Miss would answer each of these Texas scores just not directly.  On two of their own possessions later Ole Miss scored a touchdown on a 13-yard pass.  This pushed their lead back up to a score of 35-27.  Then their defense would go to work.  Texas made a few plays and got a couple first downs but then Ole Miss got them to punt.  Once more Ole Miss worked the field and ended a drive on a 26-yard passing play for a touchdown.  Now the score was up to 42-27.  That would remain the final score as Texas made one last attempt to make something big happen but could not in time.  

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This is a great idea here and I'm interested... I wonder, how do you do the scoring for the games?

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7 minutes ago, Seadragon76 said:

This is a great idea here and I'm interested... I wonder, how do you do the scoring for the games?

Hey yeah thanks.  I was actually just checking out your similar thread.  Nice start on yours as well!  Looking forward to see how it develops.  To answer your question on the scoring I have gathered random game summaries from history.  Both NFL and College games.  I have printed out these game summaries.  On each round I randomly pull how ever many of theme I need for each round.  For instance in the first round, the Conference Championship round, there were 5 games, so I pulled 5 random game summaries.  Then I review those and consider them against the games I have in the round.  At that point I use my own judgement to decide what summary would most likely occur in each of the match-ups I have.  Then I rewrite the game summary in my own words, taking the liberty to make slight changes as I see fit.  For instance adding a turnover or perhaps even taking a turnover out.   

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The committee has already selected the first five host cities for the National Championship game.  Today they made the announcement that next year, the second year, San Francisco will host the event at Kezar Stadium.  At todays press conference the committee unveiled the logo for the National Championship Game 2.

 

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Also, the five cities that have applied for the right to host the 1967 National Championship game, which will be Game 6, were announced.  Everyone, that means you if you are reading this, has the right to vote on their preferred host city.  The process is a five-year process where one bid city is eliminated each year.  The city with the fewest votes by this time next season will be eliminated.  If there is a tie when the voting process is concluded the committee will select which city to eliminate from among those tied for last place.

 

So, with no further ado the five cities asking for your vote in getting them the right to host National Championship Game 6 in 1967 are:

            San Juan, Puerto Rico

            Seattle, Washington

            Los Angeles, California

            Colorado Springs, Colorado

            Boone, North Carolina

 

As one last point the committee also announced today that next years two Bowl games for the third round will be the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California and the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, Louisiana.

 

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The CBCS gets exactly what they want in a National Championship.  A game that comes down to the very last quarter, the very last play in fact.  The game started as a back and forth procedural game.  No one got near their goal.  Then finally late in the first quarter USC got close enough that they could punch through a field goal.  This put the Trojans up 3-0 and that is how the first quarter would finish. 

 

As the second quarter started Ole Miss got the ball and finally got their offense flowing.  They got into the red zone and then scored a touchdown on a 10-yard pass.  This gave them the lead at 7-3.  From that point on the game returned to its slow pace.  The defenses held the offenses under control.  That is until on the final drive of the quarter USC was able to set up for another field goal that cut the deficit to a single point just before halftime with a score of 7-6. 

 

Coming out of halftime both defenses were holding strong again.  Midway through the game third quarter it was feeling like no one was going to score a point in the period.  Then on a third and 13 inside their own territory Ole Miss got three big plays that got them in the end zone.  First a 17-yard pass that picked up a first down.  Then a short 3-yard gain on a run.  Then finally the biggest of them all a 46-yard passing play that that got them the points.  Now the Rebels lead 14-6.  On special teams the after receiving Ole Miss’ kick USCs return man was looking to make a big play that would get his team back in it.  He had a nice 30-yard return but then in his hast he was sloppy and fumbled the ball.  Ole Miss recovered.  Ole Miss got a few plays in and then broke out on another stunning play that ended in a 32-yard run into the end zone.  Now the Rebels lead 21-6 with only a quarter to go.  USC at this point had not scored a single touchdown.

 

The first drive by the Trojans in the fourth quarter went actually quite smoothly.  On the threshold of the red zone they got a 20-yard passing play that scored their first touchdown of the game.  With time still left on the fourth quarter the Trojans were not down only by a score of 21-13.  The game settled back into a defensive affair for a few more possessions but then the Trojans got the ball back and made this thing interesting.  The worked down the field again quite efficiently until they got a 9-yard pass for a touchdown.  Now the games score was 21-20.  The sudden offensive success inspired the defense to shut down Ole Miss.  They forced them into a 3 and out.  With the ball back in their hands USC was suddenly feeling good but the Ole Miss Rebels defense had not yet lost their faith.  They still had the lead after all and they intended to keep it.  They too prevented USC from moving the ball and after 3 plays it was the Trojans who were punting.  Time was now becoming a severe concern for the Trojans.  Their defense was good but this time did allow for the Rebels to make a couple plays and get 1 first down.  Then, however the Rebels got caught not paying attention and as they attempted a pass a USC defender came slashing across the path of the ball and intercepted it midair.  It was a stunning turn around but very little time was left for the Trojans.  Luckily for them the field position was good.  They were able to squeeze in a couple sideline passes to get out of bounds, stop the clock, and yet still advance the ball.  They set up for a field goal and as time expired on the clock they got a 24 yarder that carried them over from a 1 point defecate to a 2-point victory.  Final score 23-21.       

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Into the second season we go, 1963.  The regular season ends on Saturday, December 7.  The committee’s final rankings come out on the following Monday, so December 9 and all teams expecting to get in had to be ready to travel because the first round, the conference championships, takes place on the proceeding Saturday, December 14.  Of course, all of the five majors had wrapped their seasons up back in November so they all knew who was traveling to where.  What the rankings inform us of is who will win the wild card.  That would be the highest ranked team not in the 5 major conference championships.  The rankings are as follows.  Teams listed in red are going to their conference championship with the home team underlined.  They information inside the parenthesis indicate what conference those teams are in.  The team highlighted in green is the wild card winner.

 

#1 – Texas Longhorns (Southwest)

#2 – Navy Midshipmen (independent)

#3 – Illinois Fighting Illini (Big 10)

#4 – Pittsburgh Panthers

#5 – Auburn Tigers (SEC)

#6 – Nebraska Cornhuskers (Big 8)

#7 – Ole Miss Rebels (SEC)

#8 – Alabama Crimson Tide

#9 – Michigan State Spartans (Big 10)

#10 - Oklahoma Sooners (Big 8)

 

In this time the conference only ranks a top ten.  Two teams in the top ten do not qualify for a major conference championship or the wild card.  They are the Pittsburgh Panthers and the Alabama Crimson Tide.  Also notice that in the SEC Auburn is ranked higher then Ole Miss at 5 and 7 respectively but Ole Miss will host the conference championship game.  This is because the rules state that the conference championship home team is determined by in conference record and standings not overall.  Furthermore, three teams not ranked get into the playoffs, all as part of their conference championship.  One of them is the defending champion USC Trojans who finished second place in the AAWU.  In fact, both teams from the AAWU are unranked.  The first-place finisher in the division is the Washington Huskies.  This means the AAWU matchup will be a rematch of last year but in the alternate location, Seattle instead of Los Angeles.  The third team not ranked but getting into the playoffs is the Baylor Bears.  Baylor, a member of the Southwest Conference, will face the Texas Longhorns in that conferences championship game.  Texas will host and they are the number 1 ranked team.  In all of course there are 11 teams that get into the playoffs.  This year only 5 of those teams return from last year.  6 teams are coming into the playoffs for the first time.  Those teams are the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Illinois Fighting Illini, Michigan State Spartans, Auburn Tigers, Baylor Bears, and Navy Midshipmen.  The Big 10 is the only conference that does not return either of its championship contenders from a year ago.  The six that were in the tournament last year that are not this year are the Missouri Tigers, Wisconsin Badgers, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Alabama Crimson Tide, Arkansas Razorbacks, and LSU Tigers.  One of those teams, the Alabama Crimson Tide, are ranked but will miss the playoffs because two teams are ahead of them in their conference standings and they also finished lower then another team not in a major conference championship, that being Navy.

 

The playoff schedule is as follows:

 

Saturday, December 14 – Conference Championships

            AAWU – USC Trojans @ Washington Huskies (Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington)

            Big 8 – Oklahoma Sooners @ Nebraska Cornhuskers (Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska)

            Big 10 – Michigan State Spartans @ Illinois Fighting Illini (Memorial Stadium in Champaign, Illinois)

            SEC – Auburn Tigers @ Ole Miss Rebels (Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi)

            Southwest – Baylor Bears @ Texas Longhorns (Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas)

Saturday, December 21 – Wild Card round

            tbd will include the Navy Midshipmen

Wednesday, January 1 – Bowl Game semi finals

            Rose Bowl @ Rose Bowl in Pasadena California (competitors tbd)

            Sugar Bowl @ Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana (competitors tbd)

Monday, January 13 – National Championship Game 2

            @ Kezar Stadium in San Francisco, California

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I like the idea of the conference championship games being essentially a play in round for the main bracket.

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The day started with the luck of the draw going Michigan States way.  They won the coin toss and chose to kick the ball to Illinois.  No more then two plays in the Illini fumbled the ball.  Michigan State scooped it up and ran it in for a touchdown.  Like that they were up 7-0.  Illinois got the ball back but they would not have it long.  They turned the ball over after only 1 first down and then 3 and out.  They punted it away to the Spartans.  In short order Michigan State again scored.  They drove up the field a bit and then had a break out 34 yard passing play that put them up 14-0 with the PAT.  Each team got another short possession and then Illinois got the ball and pushed hard, yet struggled to make anything develop.  They settled for a 42 yard field goal just before the end of the first quarter.  The quarter ended with a score of 14-3 Michigan State lead. 

 

In the second quarter Michigan State appeared to keep up right from where they left off.  Early on in the period they scored another touchdown on a 32 yard passing play.  As the Illini got the ball back they again were advancing the ball but in short order.  The feeling in the stadium remained one of Michigan State control.  Illinois Coach Pete Elliott called a critical time out and got the heads of his key position players right.  They went back out and moved forward a little more before breaking out a 46 yard passing play that brought them their first touchdown.  Now the score was 21-10.  Michigan State got the ball back and this time it was they who could get nothing to function properly.  Three and out and they had to punt the ball back to Illinois.  This time Illinois quarterback Mike Taliaferro was outstanding as he drove his team down the field with command.  The drive ended on a 4 yard pass for a touchdown.  Now the score was 21-17.  Michigan State was watching their lead evaporate and so with the ball back in their hands they turned to their running game.  It made them some good gains and in the end of the drive they rewarded the backs with a 3 yard run for a touchdown.  Now the score was 28-17.  Late in this third quarter the game was turning into a tale of two offensive approaches.  While it was the run game that was keeping Michigan ahead on the scoreboard, it was the passing game that Illinois was using to try and get back into the game.  Again QB Taliaferro marched his team down the field with precision.  Just before halftime the scored on a 7 yard passing play.  With the PAT the score was 28-24 with Michigan State still leading. 

 

Something happened in the Illinois locker room at halftime.  It was likely the leadership of Center/Linebacker Dick Butkus.  Illinois came out in the second half with avengance.  Michigan received the ball to start the half.  On their first play they put the ball up in the air and in came Illinois for an interception.  Down the field would go the Illini and score a touchdown on a 9 yard rush.  This time their kicker would miss the PAT but despite that Illinois had the lead at 30-28 and their defense had become a vicious predator.  Michigan State got the ball back and although they would last several plays, they were physical plays and eventually the Spartans had to punt the ball back.  Illinois’ defense was making the a statement and they were also making Michigan State very uncomfortable.  The middle of the quarter was largly uneventful but whenever Michigan State had the ball they found themselves taking a beating.  The quarter would end on a scoring drive by the Illini.  The final play was a 1 yard run for a touchdown and now the score was 37-28. 

 

The final quarter of the game was scoreless.  Feeling the pressure of the consuming Illinois defense, Michigan State made a ill-advised long throw that turned into the second interception of the game.  Beyond that the final quarter was uneventful other then to say Illinois continued to beat-up on the Spartans, until the clock expired and they had a 37-28 win.

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This one was a party all night long in Lincoln.  Nebraska made their CBCS debut and it is one that will be hard to forget.  The first quarter was for the most part uneventful.  It featured back-and-fourth short possessions.  No one scored but the crowed was still into it.  The Cornhusker energy was pulsating through the building even if they could not score in the first quarter.  The difference in the game was evident in the play of the defense.  While both were containing their opponent, Nebraska just seemed so much more physical.

 

The first part of the second quarter was just a continuance of the first quarter but then came a big 43 yard passing play off the arm of quarterback Dennis Claridge.  The play ended in the end zone and Nebraska had the first score of the game.  Up 7-0, if the crowed was into it before now they were really becoming an ear full for the Oklahoma Sooners.  The game went back to its defensive pace until the Cornhuskers got the ball back for one last drive in the half.  This time Claridge absolutely deserved the credit for the teams work down the field.  10 yards out of the end zone Claridge tossed another TD pass.  Now they were up 14-0 going into halftime. 

 

Nebraska QB would have his best quarter of the game in the third.  On the Cornhuskers first possession he marched his troops down the field and tossed his third touchdown pass of the game, putting his team up 20-0.  It could have been 21-0 nothing but his kicker missed the PAT.  No problem because when the Sooners got the ball back they did not keep it long.  Once again Claridge found himself on the field and once again he got them into scoring position.  This time they didn’t toss another touchdown but rather they had to settle for a 12-yard field goal.  Now they were up 23-0.  The crowd was booming.  The process repeated itself again; Oklahoma got the ball back but in short order turned it back over, Claridge lead his team into scoring position.  He would get another touchdown but this time he relied on fullback Frank Solich to carry the ball over the goal line.  The Nebraska lead had ballooned to 30-0.  Perhaps prematurely, Nebraska was already celebrating by now on the sideline.  Their laxed attitude allowed for Oklahoma to put together a touchdown scoring drive of their own that finished on a 11-yard pass.  Now the score came to 30-7. 

 

Oklahoma would need one hell of a fourth quarter if they were going to get to the second round of the playoffs for the second straight year.  The game however settled back into a defensive stalemate.  Finally, Oklahoma put together another scoring drive and cut their deficit to 30-14.  Nebraska went into controlling the clock mode.  The game settled AGAIN into a defensive gridlock.  On their second to last possession of the game, with Oklahoma emotionally defeated, the Cornhuskers got a stunning 70-yard run into the end zone.  This put them up 37-14 and this would be the final score of the game.   

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Earlier this year these two met on this same field for a regular season game.  The final score was only 7-0.  So, when Baylor came out in this game and got the first touchdown, putting themselves up by 7-0, the heavily favored Texas Longhorns were suddenly surprised.  The Longhorns were the number 1 ranked team after the regular season, while the Baylor Bears were one of the three unranked teams that made the playoffs.  From that point on in this game the Longhorns would focus and command the tempo of the game on both sides of the ball.  Through the remainder of the first quarter that dominance was not apparent.  Texas’ only scoring play came on a long 48-yard field goal late in the period.  It put them on the scoreboard but trailing 7-3 it still felt as if Baylor was in control at the end of the first quarter. 

 

If after the first it was not apparent that Texas was indeed in control, it became plainly clear on the first drive of the second quarter.  Baylor had the ball and was making some progress down field until Sophomore Tommy Nobis intercepted the ball and ran it back 42 yards for a Texas touchdown.  This gave the Longhorns their first lead of the game at 10-7.  A few back-and-fourth possessions went by and then Texas operated an impressive drive down the field.  The effort concluded with an 8-yard pass for a touchdown that gave the Longhorns their first offensive touchdown of the game.  It also put them up 17-7.  Baylor by now was clearly looking bothered.  On Baylor’s drive following Texas’ second touchdown the Longhorns sacked Baylor quarterback Don Trull on the 1-yard line.  On second down the Bears tried to run the ball but after some gain they fumbled the ball.  Texas scooped up the ball and ran it in 10 yards to score the second defensive touchdown of the quarter.  Their kicker missed the PAT but Texas now lead 23-7.  They would maintain that score through the final minutes of the quarter and that is where the score would stand at halftime. 

 

The third quarter started with no real excitement.  Defense took center stage and the teams switched possession a couple times each following short drives.  Finally, Texas had the ball and on third down they went for a big passing play that amounted to 57 yards.  It ended in the end zone and put the Longhorns up 30-7.  The Texas offense now once again had as many touchdowns as the defense.  That defense however still had work to do.  On Baylor’s ensuing possession Tommy Nobis got his second interception of the game and once again he ran it back for a touchdown.  This run back was impressive for the linebacker as it was 36 yards long.  Now the Longhorns were up 37-7.  The remainder of the quarter returned to that lull of back-and-forth traded short possessions.

 

On their first drive of the fourth quarter Texas worked down the field until they got a 28-yard passing touchdown.  They now were up 44-7.  Baylor had scored first, and even had a slight lead after the first quarter but really only Texas was making any noteworthy plays from that mid-first quarter onwards.  Finally, mid-way through the fourth quarter, with Texas already relaxing, Baylor scored last.  They put the ball in the air and got a desperate 56-yard pass for a touchdown.  This brought the score to 44-14 but with little time left and a 30-point lead, the Longhorns really were not bothered.  Their defense would continue to flex their muscle and run down the clock.  That 30-point lead would be where the contest finished.  The number 1 ranked Longhorns came away with the victory and knew that because of their ranking position they would get a bye through the second round.  So, they now knew the next time they would play would either be in the Rose Bowl or Sugar Bowl.  All they had to do was sit back and watch how things played out in the other playoff games of the first and second rounds.

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The way this one started one would have thought we were in for a scoring clinic.  The defending champion, yet unranked, USC Trojans had the ball first.  The drove but could not get even to mid-field.  They punted the ball away.  On their first possession the Washington Huskies, also unranked, ran an impressive drive down the field.  The effort was encouraging for the home fans to see.  The drive ended on a 14-yard pass for a touchdown that gave the Huskies the first lead of the game at 7-0.  USC turned around and proceeded to orchestrate their own impressive drive that ended on a 2-yard run into the end zone.  Now the score was even at 7.  Little time was already left in the first quarter and the period ended shortly thereafter on a Washington possession. 

 

In the second quarter each team would trade the ball back-and-forth.  Washington had a couple dropped balls but both times they recovered their own fumbles.  The quarter was largely uneventful until Washington finally got into USC territory.  USC would limit Washington to settle for a field goal.  The score gave the Huskies the lead back at 10-7 but limiting them to only a field goal would prove critical in the end for the Trojans. 

 

The only scoring play of the second half would come shortly into the third quarter.  USC would put together a strong drive that ended on another rushing touchdown.  This time on a quarterback sneak from only 1 yard out.  The Trojans thus captured their first lead of the game at 14-10.  And that was it for scoring in the game.  The third quarter ended with what would be the games final score.

 

No one could score in the fourth quarter.  Even USC, despite their lead, were trying but the Washington defense kept their team in the game.  Unfortunately for that defense their counterpart contained the Washington offense as well.  So, in the end of the day the defending champion USC Trojans live on.    

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4 hours ago, Cardsblues02 said:

I really like the idea. Will you be posting original concepts that you made? Just wondering...anyway nice job on the write ups. 

So right now the original content is only on the National Championship game logos.  Like the ones I am posting again here.  I am drawing all the logos myself but referencing and tracing by and large.  I may take some liberty with the team logos at some point and in some cases but for the most part I think I want to keep the logos in line with reality.  One other thing I think I will begin to create as original content is logos for the bowl games (Rose Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Orange Bowl, Cotton Bowl, etc.).  I think that you can watch for that soon. 

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