Colorado State's talented defense will do its best to contain Boston College running back Derrick Knight.
Tennessee, which was embarrassed in this game last year, has much more incentive to play well this time around.
Thanks to experience and a premier running game, the Hawkeyes should win their first January Bowl in 45 years.
Washington State might be more motivated, but Texas' talent should begin to take over by the second quarter.
When you consider Pittsburgh's disappointment and suspect run defense, this game shapes up as a Virginia upset.
USC can claim a share of the national championship if they can beat a powerful Michigan team.
Ohio State and Kansas State have taken two completely different paths to the Fiesta Bowl.
A banged-up Memphis squad should pose little problem for the Mean Green defense and RB Patrick Cobbs.
Kansas is on the upswing, but don't expect the Jayhawks to beat Phillip Rivers in his last game in an N.C. State uniform.
Despite the absence of two key players, Georgia will get enough big plays from QB David Greene to pull out the victory.
The similarities between LSU and Oklahoma are frightening and should make for an evenly matched game.
Chris Rix will keep it close, but Miami is too strong defensively and has too many weapons for FSU to handle.
In what should be a very competitive game, expect QB Brad Smith and Missouri to come out on top.
Oklahoma State must find a way to shut down Eli Manning, who will be playing in his final game at Ole Miss.
In a battle of contrasting styles, old-school Navy has what it takes to pull off one of the biggest upsets of bowl season.