Rose Bowl 2011

2010 Bowl Projections: Wisconsin Smells Rose Bowl

Wisconsin is probably headed to Pasadena. The Badgers, white-hot to finish the season, have likely done enough to stay ahead of Ohio State in the BCS rankings, win the Big Ten (thanks to the BCS...

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2010 Bowl Projections: Barring Upsets, TCU Will Play In Rose Bowl

TCU played a tough schedule and finished strong, and for that, the Horned Frogs will be richly rewarded with a BCS bowl berth. The only thing that remains to be seen is whether that bowl will be...

2010 Bowl Projections: Breaking Down Why Wisconsin Will Win The Big Ten

It's easy to call Wisconsin the Big Ten's best team right now, especially since the Badgers just got done thumping Northwestern 70-23. But it's slightly harder to understand why Wisconsin is the...

2010 Bowl Projections: Wisconsin To Endure Another Month Of Rose-Related Puns

All best estimates, for the time being, put the Badgers in Pasadena this January, opposite an undefeated mid-major or Stanford.

2010 Bowl Projections: Stanford's Rose Bowl Chances Hang In The Balance

Stanford will finish second in the Pac-10 no matter what happens with Oregon State. The Cardinal may get a leg up on a trip to Pasadena, however, from the only team to beat them in 2010, their...

2010 Bowl Projections: For TCU, Rose Bowl Or Bust?

TCU and Boise State are both in similarly dire straits as far as their bowl projections for this season go, thanks to the BCS selection process. If TCU wins out, it might be ahead of Boise State in...

Live From the Rose Bowl: Photo Essay


Keith Arnold, of Road to Game Day fame, attended the Rose Bowl yesterday. Here is a selection of his images from the event, along with his words. ↵ ↵Penn State tailgating right off of a...

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