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Michigan Makes Its Case With 21-16 Win
Brian Griese (pictured) threw three touchdown passes Thursday as No. 1 Michigan made its case for a national title with a 21-16 victory over Washington State in the Rose Bowl.
Dameyune Craig engineered three scoring drives in the fourth quarter on Friday to rally Auburn from an 11-point deficit to a 21-17 victory over Clemson in Atlanta.
Craig Rallies Auburn Over Clemson
Florida State Continues Bowl Mastery
No. 4 Florida State recovered from a slow start Thursday and went on to its 12th victory in its past 13 bowl appearances, a 31-14 decision over No. 9 Ohio State. Quarterback Thad Busby led the Seminoles to two touchdowns late in the first half to spark the victory.
Bowden: Two Minutes Changed Seminoles' Season
Florida Routs Penn State
Fred Taylor rushed for 234 yards Thursday to lead Florida to a 21-6 victory over Penn State.
N. Carolina Rips Va. Tech
North Carolina might not have been a bowl alliance team, but it played like one on Thursday, crushing Virginia Tech, 42-3.
UCLA Rallies to Victory
No. 5 UCLA rallied from a
16-point deficit on Thursday to defeat Texas A&M, 29-23.
Georgia Routs Wisconsin
Robert Edwards ran for three touchdowns to lead Georgia to a 33-6 rout of Wisconsin.
Florida Wins Its First National Title
After their 52-20 victory over Florida State in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 2, 1997, Florida was awarded its first national title. Ohio State finished No. 2, followed by Florida State. Nebraska, which won the title in 1994 and '95, was sixth. Take a look back at the '96 bowl report.