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Top College Hoops Matchups SATURDAY'S TOP COLLEGE HOOPS SHOWDOWNS
11:00 AM CDT (9) No. Carolina at (4) Kentucky CBS*
12:00 PM CDT Florida State at Florida
2:00 PM CDT Providence at Virginia
2:00 PM CDT (5) Georgia Tech at Georgia FSN*

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SCS.com 2003 College Football
- Rosey Outcome for USC -
TROJANS DO
THEIR PART
Southern Cal WRs Mike Williams and Keary Colbert - courtesy sports.yahoo.com
Southern Cal WRs Mike Williams and Keary Colbert celebrate a 3rd quarter Trojan TD. USC knocked off Michigan in the Rose Bowl 28-14, which will likely clinch the Trojans a share of the national title.
Photo Courtesy Sports.Yahoo.com
The Humanitarian Bowl between Georgia Tech and Tulsa is Saturday's only game. The Yellow Jackets are trying to win their second bowl in the last three years, while the Golden Hurricane is appearing in postseason play for the first time since 1991. The first game of the day Friday saw Mississippi slip past Oklahoma State in the Cotton Bowl. The Cowboys rallied from a 17 point deficit, but UM QB Eli Manning threw for over 250 yards and 2 TDs as the Rebels pulled out a 31-28 win. OSU's Rashaun Woods had a TD and 223 yards receiving, a Cotton Bowl record. In Atlanta's Peach Bowl, Clemson totally dominated Tennessee. Though it wasn't nearly enough, UT QB Casey Clausen threw for nearly 400 yards in his final collegiate game. Tiger QB Charlie Whitehurst threw for almost 250 yards, and RB Chad Jasmin ran for 129 more to lead Clemson to the 27-14 victory. In Friday's final game, the distraction was evident for QB Ell Roberson and the entire Kansas State team as the Wildcats dropped a 35-28 decision to Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl. Buckeye QB Craig Krenzel threw 4 touchdowns in his final collegiate game.
With the New Year's Day bowl games in the book, only two conferences remain unbeaten. The MAC, which has completed play, is 2-0, and the WAC, which has Tulsa remaining, is 3-0. The SEC and ACC both lost their first games of the bowl season on Thursday. Along with those two, the PAC 10 is the only other league above .500. The Sun Belt, CUSA, Big XII, Mountain West, and Big East are all sub-.500. Stay tuned to SCS.com for complete coverage of all the bowl news!
SCS.com 2003 - 2004 College Hoops
2003 - 2004 College Hoops
The 2003 - 2004 College Basketball season is here, and SCS.com will have all the info you'll need. Each week, the SCS.com writers will make predictions on the nation's biggest games, vote on the SCS.com Fab 15, and much more. Use the links below and on the left column to keep up-to-date on your favorite team and all the action from around the nation.

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Jonathan's JournalFor the second straight season, SCS.com projected the college football season better than all of the big boys, including such magazines as The Sporting News and Athlon, as well as other college football websites like CollegeFootballNews.com and CNNSI.com.... [ MORE ]
Updated January 1
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Weekly MemoLouisville knocked off Kentucky on the hardwood this past weekend for the second straight year. With UK's football squad failing to make a bowl game, has Louisville taken over the Bluegrass State?... [ MORE ]
Updated December 31
Super SixteenThe top four teams remain the same in this week's poll, while one team each from the Big East, Missouri Valley, and SEC join the elite list.... [ MORE ]
Week of December 29 - January 4
Who Signed It?
Who Signed It?The sixteenth edition of this contest was just added. All you have to do is read the clues provided about the college sports star, look at the signature of the player, and guess who the mystery athlete is. There's a link provided below the clues so you can check your answer instantly! Check out not only this edition but previous ones as well.... [ MORE ]
Updated 1/2
SCS.com 2003 College Football Pick 'Em Contest
SCS.com Pick 'Em Contest
The SCS.com Pick 'Em Contest made its return for the third straight season. After a full season of picking college football games from around the country, the final standings for 2003 will come down to the postseason bowl games.

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One
52-12
Two
52-12
Three
41-17
Four
38-15
Five
41-10
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33-16
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36-19
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39-12
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41-15
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5-2
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Jonathan
35-22 (.614)
Timothy
36-21 (.632)

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