The Numerical

There was also good football

Yes, Virginia Tech and Rutgers set football back a few decades on Friday evening. But Texas Tech and Minnesota played in another thriller, and Ohio scored a well-earned catharsis in Shreveport.

Baylor has a defense

San Jose State scored 10 late points to win the Military Bowl, Cincinnati scored 14 even later points to win the Belk Bowl, and Baylor didn't need to worry about scoring late in its Holiday Bowl domination of UCLA.

Margus scoffs at your silly numbers

The numbers that mattered in SMU's surprising, emphatic, 43-10 Hawaii Bowl victory over Fresno State.

The perfect mid-major bowl

The numbers that mattered in the Cajuns' second straight New Orleans Bowl victory.

Vegas still blue man group's

The numbers that mattered from Boise State's third consecutive Las Vegas Bowl victory.

Kyle Van Noynsettia Bowl

The numbers that mattered from BYU's 23-6 Poinsettia Bowl win over San Diego State, including linebacker Kyle Van Noy's.

The New Mexico comeback

70 first downs and a crazy finish.

The Numerical: Watch out for Georgia

This 1998 analogy totally isn't going where you think, K-State fans. Also, Wisconsin, Clemson, Arizona, Kent State, Georgia Tech, Michigan, Texas and Syracuse are among the teams on the Numerical's good side this week.

The Numerical: Can Geno find his mojo?

Texas A&M starts with sprints, West Virginia misplaces its mojo, and Army is THIS CLOSE to the trophy.

The Numerical: Surge like a champion

Marqise Lee goes nuts, Kansas State and Notre Dame look like true title contenders, and Gio Bernard is criminally underrated at this point.

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