2015-2016 College Football Bowl Games Schedule

College Football Playoff
National Championship January 11 Glendale, AZ Cotton winner vs. Orange winner
Cotton No. 2 Alabama No. 3 Michigan State December 31 Arlington, TX Playoff rankings top 4
Orange No. 1 Clemson No. 4 Oklahoma December 31 Miami Playoff rankings top 4
New Year’s Six bowls
Fiesta No. 8 Notre Dame No. 7 Ohio State January 1 Glendale, AZ At-large
Rose No. 5 Iowa No. 6 Stanford January 1 Pasadena, CA Big Ten 1 vs. Pac-12 1
Sugar No. 16 Oklahoma State No. 12 Ole Miss January 1 New Orleans Big 12 1 vs. SEC 1
Peach No. 9 Florida State No. 18 Houston December 31 Atlanta At-large
Bowl (* = filling another conference’s bid) Conferences ties and selection order, not based on standings
Alamo TCU Oregon January 2 San Antonio Big 12 2 vs. Pac-12 2
Cactus West Virginia Arizona State January 2 Tempe, AZ Big 12 6 vs. Pac-12 7
Liberty Kansas State Arkansas January 2 Memphis Big 12 5 vs. SEC 3-8
TaxSlayer Penn State Georgia January 2 Jacksonville, FL ACC 3-6/Big Ten 5-7 vs. SEC 3-8
Citrus Michigan Florida January 1 Orlando Big Ten 2-4 vs. SEC 2
Outback Northwestern Tennessee January 1 Tampa Big Ten 2-4 vs. SEC 3-8
Belk NC State Mississippi State December 30 Charlotte ACC 3-6 vs. SEC 3-8
Birmingham Memphis Auburn December 30 Birmingham, AL American vs. SEC 9
Holiday Wisconsin USC December 30 San Diego Big Ten 2-4 vs. Pac-12 3
Music City Louisville Texas A&M December 30 Nashville ACC 3-6/Big Ten 5-7 vs. SEC 3-8
Arizona Colorado State Nevada December 29 Tucson C-USA vs. MWC
Armed Forces Cal Air Force December 29 Fort Worth, TX Big Ten vs. MWC
Russell Athletic North Carolina Baylor December 29 Orlando ACC 2 vs. Big 12 3
Texas Texas Tech LSU December 29 Houston Big 12 4 vs. SEC 3-8
Military Pitt Navy December 28 Annapolis, MD ACC vs. American
Quick Lane Central Michigan Minnesota December 28 Detroit ACC vs. Big Ten
Foster Farms Nebraska UCLA December 26 Santa Clara, CA Big Ten 5-7 vs. Pac-12 4
Heart of Dallas Washington Southern Miss December 26 Dallas Big 12 7 vs. C-USA
Independence Virginia Tech Tulsa December 26 Shreveport, LA ACC vs. SEC (C-USA backup)
Pinstripe Duke Indiana December 26 New York City ACC 3-6 vs. Big Ten 5-7
St. Petersburg UConn Marshall December 26 St. Petersburg, FL American vs. C-USA
Sun Miami Washington State December 26 El Paso ACC 3-6 vs. Pac-12 5
Bahamas Middle Tennessee Western Michigan December 24 Nassau, BS C-USA vs. MAC
Hawaii Cincinnati San Diego State December 24 Honolulu American vs. MWC/BYU
GoDaddy Bowling Green Georgia Southern December 23 Mobile, AL MAC 1 vs. Sun Belt 2
Poinsettia Boise State Northern Illinois December 23 San Diego MWC vs. Army
Boca Raton Temple Toledo December 22 Boca Raton, FL American vs. MAC
Potato Akron Utah State December 22 Boise, ID MAC 2 vs. MWC
Miami Beach USF Western Kentucky December 21 Miami American vs. C-USA
Camelia Ohio Appalachian State December 19 Montgomery, AL MAC 3 vs. Sun Belt 3
Cure San Jose State Georgia State December 19 Orlando American vs. Sun Belt
Las Vegas BYU Utah December 19 Las Vegas MWC 1/BYU vs. Pac-12 6
New Mexico Arizona New Mexico December 19 Albuquerque C-USA vs. MWC
New Orleans Arkansas State Louisiana Tech December 19 New Orleans Sun Belt 1 vs. C-USA

Windsor vs Loveland The Final Score


Windsor Wizards  vs. Loveland Indians | Mile High Stadium

Loveland lost to 3A Final Championship participant Roosevelt of (Johnstown, CO) on September 10, 2015 41 – 8 Loss as well as todays opponent Windsor (Windsor, CO) on October 22, 2015.

Meanwhile Windsor lost to 3A Final Championship participant Roosevelt of (Johnstown, CO) on  September 4, 2015 by a 25 – 12Win and rolled to a 12-1 record in the 4A Longs Peak League.

Today the outcome was




1361373344_loveland_indiansby the score of 35-14 to take the 4A State of Colorado Championship. Storm Fox  had three sacks and Junior Corte Tapia set the state career record with his 39th sack. The number one defense headed into todays contest prevailed. So defense does win Championships. On the offensive side Zach Moser made a play that mirrored NYG Odell Beckham Jr from QB Brad Peeples, breaking and shaking loose to the end zone on a 29-yard touchdown. A game changing moment that put Windsor up for good. This was their 4th title in 5 appearances and first since 2011, a 3A title. 4A FINAL Special Teams also was the difference for Windsor and probably why they have won their 4th Title out of 5 appearances.


@303Gonzo #FFNL

Valor Christian VS Pomona


Valor Christian VS Pomona 2:30 PM MST | Mile High Stadium1397239138_valor_christian_eagles1395068536_pomona_panthers

The Final Score 29-26 on a nail biting End! Pomona Looked to be in the drivers seat but a solid defensive play by Booker Schelhaas turned a forced fumble into a Valor TD. The one and only turnover was the difference maker. It was a team effort as Ben Waters was a difference maker but TRUE Freshmen Josiah Davis was a dominate part of the run attack. #25 Joshia Davis scored on a 3 Yd Rushing TD and #12 Dylan Mccaffrey tossed a endzone fade pass to #9 Booker Schelhaas for a 2Pt Conversion. Valor Christian went ahead 29-26 and Pomona failed on the next 4 downs. The Victory formation was in place for a Volor Eagles Victory.

This makes 6 trophies in 7 years.

#GONZOwatchlist #POTG #25 TRUE Freshmen Josiah Davis and Ben Waters as CO-MVP setting up the game winning TD run.

“What’s your GPA?”

Best wishes to the 6 teams participating in the Final Football Games today. Thank You for allowing both @BigshowJOE & I @303Gonzo for allowing us to report on your season and individual accomplishments.

Often the question, “What’s your GPA?” took a lot of heat but all of your mothers loved us. On that note there are two weeks left in the academic season until Holiday or Winter break that we want you to know about our NEW award to be presented at years end.



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Brett Favre #4 & 4 teams

Brett Favre #4imagesNFL MVP (1995, 1996, 1997)

Brett Favre
Height: 6-2
Weight: 222
Age: 46
Born: 10/10/1969
Gulfport , MS
College: Southern Mississippi
Experience: 20 SeasonsFavre





Career information
High school: Kiln (MS) Hancock North Central
College: Southern Mississippi
NFL draft: 1991 / Round: 2 / Pick: 33
Career history