If you like competitive scoring, the Capital One Bow is the bowl for you. While the TicketCity has lots of points happening, they're all being scored by one team. This game has already had three points, plus some conversion oddity that's given us a 13-9 score in favor of the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
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The latest end zone entry: an Ameer Abdullah plunge that capped a 60-yard drive.
No one will be surprised to find both quarterbacks completing 50 percent of their passes, but it's early. Each side has mustered a biggish play -- a 30-yard catch by Kenny Bell for Nebraska and a 24-yard run by Kenny Miles for South Carolina. The Cocks have held the ball for about 10 of 13 minutes so far, for whatever that's worth.
For more on the Capital One Bowl, visit South Carolina blog Garet and Black Attack and Nebraska blog Corn Nation. Also check out Big Ten blog Off Tackle Empire and SEC blog Team Speed Kills.