Mcs 24 Solved Assignment 2014-15 Bowl

The 2014–15 NCAA football bowl games were a series of college footballbowl games. They completed the 2014 NCAA Division I FBS football season, and included 39 team-competitive games and four all-star games. The games began on December 20, 2014 and, aside from the all-star games, ended with the 2015 College Football Playoff National Championship which was played on January 12, 2015.[1]

A new record total of 39 team-competitive bowl games were played, including the national championship game and the inaugural Camellia Bowl, Boca Raton Bowl and Bahamas Bowl. While bowl games had been the purview of only the very best teams for nearly a century, this was the ninth consecutive year that teams with non-winning seasons participated in bowl games. To fill the 76 available team-competitive bowl slots, a total of 13 teams (17% of all participants) with non-winning seasons participated in bowl games—12 with a .500 (6-6) season and, for the third time in four years, a team with a sub-.500 (6-7) season.

Schedule[edit]

The schedule for the 2014–15 bowl games is below. All times are EST (UTC−5). The rankings used are the CFP rankings.[2]

Playoff[edit]

The 2014–15 postseason was the first to feature a College Football Playoff (CFP) to determine a national champion of Division I FBS college football. Four teams were selected by a 13-member committee to participate in a single-elimination tournament, whose semifinals were held at the Rose Bowl and the Sugar Bowl as part of a yearly rotation of six bowls. Their winners advanced to the 2015 College Football Playoff National Championship at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.[1]

CFP bowl games and Championship Game[edit]

Starting with the 2014–15 postseason, six College Football Playoff (CFP) bowl games will host two semifinal playoff games on a rotating basis—the Rose Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Orange Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Peach Bowl, and Fiesta Bowl. The games will be played on two days, on or around January 1. The winners of the two semifinal games will advance to the College Football Playoff National Championship.[3][4] These six bowl games are also known as the New Year's Six.[5] All games will be televised by ESPN and broadcast on the radio by ESPN Radio.

Non-CFP bowl games[edit]

For the 2014–15 postseason, four new bowl games were added — the Camellia Bowl, Miami Beach Bowl, Boca Raton Bowl, and Bahamas Bowl — bringing the total number of bowl games to 39.[6] Additionally, the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl was replaced by the Quick Lane Bowl.[7]

DateGameSiteTelevisionRadioTeamsAffiliationsResults
Dec. 20R+L Carriers New Orleans BowlMercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans, LA
11:00 am
ESPNESPNLouisiana–Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns (8–4)
Nevada Wolf Pack (7–5)
Sun Belt
Mountain West
Louisiana–Lafayette 16
Nevada 3
Gildan New Mexico BowlUniversity Stadium
Albuquerque, NM
2:20 pm
Utah State Aggies (9–4)
UTEP Miners (7–5)
Mountain West
C-USA
Utah State 21
UTEP 6
Royal Purple Las Vegas BowlSam Boyd Stadium
Whitney, NV
3:30 pm
ABCSports USA#22 Utah Utes (8–4)
Colorado State Rams (10–2)
Pac-12
Mountain West
Utah 45
Colorado State 10
Famous Idaho Potato BowlAlbertsons Stadium
Boise, ID
5:45 pm
ESPNESPNAir Force Falcons (9–3)
Western Michigan Broncos (8–4)
Mountain West
MAC
Air Force 38
Western Michigan 24
Raycom Media Camellia BowlCramton Bowl
Montgomery, AL
9:15 pm
Bowling Green Falcons (7–6)
South Alabama Jaguars (6–6)
MAC
Sun Belt
Bowling Green 33
South Alabama 28
Dec. 22Miami Beach BowlMarlins Park
Miami, FL
2:00 pm
BYURMemphis Tigers (9–3)
BYU Cougars (8–4)
American
Independent
Memphis 55
BYU 48 (2OT)
Dec. 23Boca Raton BowlFAU Stadium
Boca Raton, FL
6:00 pm
ESPNMarshall Thundering Herd (12–1)
Northern Illinois Huskies (11–2)
C-USA
MAC
Marshall 52
Northern Illinois 23
San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia BowlQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
9:30 pm
Navy Midshipmen (7–5)
San Diego State Aztecs (7–5)
Independent
Mountain West
Navy 17
San Diego State 16
Dec. 24Popeyes Bahamas BowlThomas Robinson Stadium
Nassau, Bahamas
Noon
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (7–5)
Central Michigan Chippewas (7–5)
C-USA
MAC
Western Kentucky 49
Central Michigan 48
Hawaii BowlAloha Stadium
Honolulu, HI
8:00 pm
Rice Owls (7–5)
Fresno State Bulldogs (6–7)
C-USA
Mountain West
Rice 30
Fresno State 6
Dec. 26Zaxby's Heart of Dallas BowlCotton Bowl
Dallas, TX
1:00 pm
RedVoiceLouisiana Tech Bulldogs (8–5)
Illinois Fighting Illini (6–6)
C-USA
Big Ten
Louisiana Tech 35
Illinois 18
Quick Lane BowlFord Field
Detroit, MI
4:30 pm
Quick Lane Radio NetworkRutgers Scarlet Knights (7–5)
North Carolina Tar Heels (6–6)
Big Ten
ACC
Rutgers 40
North Carolina 21
Bitcoin St. Petersburg BowlTropicana Field
St. Petersburg, FL
8:00 pm
ESPNNC State Wolfpack (7–5)
UCF Knights (9–3)
ACC
American
NC State 34
UCF 27
Dec. 27Military Bowl presented by Northrop GrummanNavy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
Annapolis, MD
1:00 pm
Virginia Tech Hokies (6–6)
Cincinnati Bearcats (9–3)
ACC
American
Virginia Tech 33
Cincinnati 17
Hyundai Sun BowlSun Bowl Stadium
El Paso, TX
2:00 pm
CBSSports USA#15 Arizona State Sun Devils (9–3)
Duke Blue Devils (9–3)
Pac-12
ACC
Arizona State 36
Duke 31
Duck Commander Independence BowlIndependence Stadium
Shreveport, LA
4:00 pm
ABCSouth Carolina Gamecocks (6–6)
Miami Hurricanes (6–6)
SEC
ACC
South Carolina 24
Miami 21
New Era Pinstripe BowlYankee Stadium
Bronx, NY
4:30 pm
ESPNESPNPenn State Nittany Lions (6–6)
Boston College Eagles (7–5)
Big Ten
ACC
Penn State 31
Boston College 30 (OT)
National University Holiday BowlQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
8:00 pm
#24 USC Trojans (8–4)
Nebraska Cornhuskers (9-3)
Pac-12
Big Ten
USC 45
Nebraska 42
Dec. 29AutoZone Liberty BowlLiberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Memphis, TN
2:00 pm
Texas A&M Aggies (7–5)
West Virginia Mountaineers (7–5)
SEC
Big 12
Texas A&M 45
West Virginia 37
Russell Athletic BowlOrlando Citrus Bowl Stadium
Orlando, FL
5:30 pm
#17 Clemson Tigers (9–3)
Oklahoma Sooners (8–4)
ACC
Big 12
Clemson 40
Oklahoma 6
AdvoCare Texas BowlNRG Stadium
Houston, TX
9:00 pm
Arkansas Razorbacks (6–6)
Texas Longhorns (6–6)
SEC
Big 12
Arkansas 31
Texas 7
Dec. 30Franklin American Mortgage Music City BowlLP Field
Nashville, TN
3:00 pm
Notre Dame Fighting Irish (7–5)
#23 LSU Tigers (8–4)
Independent
SEC
Notre Dame 31
LSU 28
Belk BowlBank of America Stadium
Charlotte, NC
6:45 pm
#13 Georgia Bulldogs (9–3)
#21 Louisville Cardinals (9–3)
SEC
ACC
Georgia 37
Louisville 14
Foster Farms BowlLevi's Stadium
Santa Clara, CA
10:00 pm
Stanford Cardinal (7–5)
Maryland Terrapins (7–5)
Pac-12
Big Ten
Stanford 45
Maryland 21
Jan. 1Outback BowlRaymond James Stadium
Tampa, FL
Noon
ESPN2Touchdown#18 Wisconsin Badgers (10–3)
#19 Auburn Tigers (8–4)
Big Ten
SEC
Wisconsin 34
Auburn 31 (OT)
Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus BowlOrlando Citrus Bowl Stadium
Orlando, FL
1:00 pm
ABCESPN#16 Missouri Tigers (10–3)
#25 Minnesota Golden Gophers (8–4)
SEC
Big Ten
Missouri 33
Minnesota 17
Jan. 2Lockheed Martin Armed Forces BowlAmon G. Carter Stadium
Fort Worth, TX
Noon
ESPNRedVoiceHouston Cougars (7–5)
Pittsburgh Panthers (6–6)
American
ACC
Houston 35
Pittsburgh 34
TaxSlayer BowlEverBank Field
Jacksonville, FL
3:20 pm
ESPNTennessee Volunteers (6–6)
Iowa Hawkeyes (7–5)
SEC
Big Ten
Tennessee 45
Iowa 28
Valero Alamo BowlAlamodome
San Antonio, TX
6:45 pm
#14 UCLA Bruins (9–3)
#11 Kansas State Wildcats (9–3)
Pac-12
Big 12
UCLA 40
Kansas State 35
TicketCity Cactus BowlSun Devil Stadium
Tempe, AZ
10:15 pm
Oklahoma State Cowboys (6-6)
Washington Huskies (8–5)
Big 12
Pac-12
Oklahoma State 30
Washington 22
Jan. 3Birmingham BowlLegion Field
Birmingham, AL
Noon
Florida Gators (6–5)
East Carolina Pirates (8–4)
SEC
American
Florida 28
East Carolina 20
Jan. 4GoDaddy BowlLadd Peebles Stadium
Mobile, AL
9:00 pm
NevadaToledo Rockets (8–4)
Arkansas State Red Wolves (7–5)
MAC
Sun Belt
Toledo 63
Arkansas State 44

[edit]

Selection of the teams[edit]

CFP top 25 teams[edit]

On December 7, 2014, the 13-member College Football Playoff selection committee announced their final team rankings for the year.[8]

Bowl-eligible teams[edit]

  • American (6): Cincinnati, East Carolina, Houston, Memphis, Temple, UCF
  • ACC (11): Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Miami (FL), NC State, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Virginia Tech
  • Big 12 (7): Baylor, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas, West Virginia
  • Big Ten (10): Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio State, Penn State, Rutgers, Wisconsin
  • Conference USA (7): Louisiana Tech, Marshall, Middle Tennessee State, Rice, UAB, UTEP, Western Kentucky
  • Independents (3): BYU, Navy, Notre Dame
  • MAC (6): Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Northern Illinois, Ohio, Toledo, Western Michigan
  • Mountain West (7): Air Force, Boise State, Colorado State, Fresno State, Nevada, San Diego State, Utah State
  • Pac-12 (8): Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington
  • SEC (12): Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Mississippi State, Missouri, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M
  • Sun Belt (4): Arkansas State, Louisiana–Lafayette, South Alabama, Texas State

Number of bowl berths available: 76
Number of bowl-eligible teams: 81

Bowl-eligible teams that did not receive a berth[edit]

Ohio, Texas State, Temple, UAB, Middle Tennessee

Bowl-ineligible teams[edit]

  • American (5): Connecticut, SMU, Tulane, Tulsa, USF
  • ACC (3): Syracuse, Virginia, Wake Forest
  • Big Ten (4): Indiana, Michigan, Northwestern, Purdue
  • Big 12 (3): Iowa State, Kansas, Texas Tech
  • Conference USA (6): FIU, Florida Atlantic, North Texas, Old Dominion†, Southern Miss, UTSA
  • Independents (1): Army
  • MAC (7): Akron, Ball State, Buffalo, Eastern Michigan, Kent State, Massachusetts, Miami (OH)
  • Mountain West (5): Hawai'i, New Mexico, San Jose State, UNLV, Wyoming
  • Pac 12 (4): California, Colorado, Oregon State, Washington State
  • SEC (2): Kentucky, Vanderbilt
  • Sun Belt (7): Appalachian State†, Georgia Southern†, Georgia State, Idaho‡, Louisiana–Monroe, New Mexico State, Troy

Number of bowl-ineligible teams: 47

† – Appalachian State (7–5), Georgia Southern (9–3, Sun Belt champions), and Old Dominion (6–6) were conditionally eligible based on win/loss record. However, under FCS-to-FBS transition rules, they are not eligible because enough teams qualified under normal circumstances.

‡ – Idaho was ineligible for postseason play due to an insufficient Academic Progress Rate. However, the Vandals would not have been eligible without the ban, as they finished with a 1-10 record.

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab"College Football Playoff 101", ESPN, May 19, 2014. Retrieved June 2, 2014.
  2. ^"2014–15 College Football Bowl Schedule – 2015 Playoff", FBSchedules.com. Archived from the original on March 18, 2015. Retrieved April 5, 2015.
  3. ^Wolken, Dan (April 25, 2013). "Questions and Answers for the College Football Playoff", USA Today. Retrieved June 10, 2014.
  4. ^"Future Sites and Schedules", College Football Playoff. Retrieved January 1, 2015.
  5. ^Berkes, Peter (July 23, 2013). "College Football Playoff Bowls to Be Part of 'New Year's Six'", SB Nation. Retrieved June 10, 2014.
  6. ^Huston, Chris. (October 7, 2013). "Report: Four New Bowl Games on Tap for 2014", NBC Sports. Retrieved December 22, 2014.
  7. ^"Detroit's Quick Lane Bowl to Feature ACC vs. Big Ten", USA Today, August 26, 2014. Retrieved December 22, 2014.
  8. ^Conway, Taylor (December 7, 2014). "College Football Playoff 2014: Final Official Selection Committee Rankings", Bleacher Report. Retrieved December 14, 2014.

Он принялся изучать раздвижную дверь. Прижал ладони к стеклу и попробовал раздвинуть створки. Потные ладони скользили по гладкой поверхности. Он вытер их о брюки и попробовал. На этот раз створки двери чуть-чуть разошлись.

0 thoughts on “Mcs 24 Solved Assignment 2014-15 Bowl

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *