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Topic: OT Tourney (Sweet 16) - 2009 vs. 2010

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OT Tourney (Sweet 16) - 2009 vs. 2010
« on: July 22, 2020, 10:25:24 AM »

20092010
AlabamaNATIONAL CHAMPIONAuburn
#1 Alabama 37, #2 Texas 21NATIONAL TITLE GAME#1 Auburn 22, #2 Oregon 19
Ohio StateBIG TEN CHAMPIONWisconsin/Michigan State
#8 Ohio State 26, #7 Oregon 17ROSE BOWL#3 TCU 21, #5 Wisconsin 19
Mark Ingram Jr.HEISMAN WINNERCam Newton

#1 PROGRESSION
2009
  • Preseason: Florida
  • October 17: #2 Alabama 20, #22 South Carolina 6 (#2 Alabama jumped to #1)
  • October 24: #2 Florida 29, Mississippi State 19 (#2 Florida jumped to #1)
  • December 5: #2 Alabama 32, #1 Florida 13 (#2 Alabama jumped to #1)
2010
  • Preseason: Alabama
  • October 9: #19 South Carolina 35, #1 Alabama 21 (#2 Ohio State jumped to #1)
  • October 16: #18 Wisconsin 31, #1 Ohio State 18 (#2 Oregon jumped to #1)
  • December 4: #2 Auburn 56, #18 South Carolina 17 (#2 Auburn jumped to #1)
OTHER NOTES
2009
  • First time in Heisman history that two prior winners both played in a season (Sam Bradford and Tim Tebow)
  • Minnesota moved back outside, with the opening of TCF Bank Stadium
  • First time since 1983 there were no co-conference champions
  • Western Michigan's Brandon West set the FBS record for all-purpose yards, and Central Michigan's Dan LeFevour set the record for all purpose touchdowns
  • Bobby Bowden and Rich Brooks retired, Pete Carroll left for the NFL.  Urban Meyer temporarily retired
2010
  • Banned wedge blocking on kickoffs
  • James Madison beat #13 Virginia Tech, for the 2nd ever win by an FCS school over a ranked FBS team
  • USC was ineligible for a bowl, due to NCAA violations


 

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