Three College Football Bowl games played, two were not very exciting (except for the winning schools) but one was  close and went down to the last second of play.

Music City Bowl: Notre Dame (8-5) beat LSU (8-5) 31-28, snapping the Fighting Irish’s 4 game losing streak. LSU running back Leonard Fournette was unstoppable taking a kickoff back for 100 yards and a rushing touchdown for 89 yards. Fournette had a total 264 yards on only 13 touches. Notre Dame won the time of possession battle holding the ball for 37 minutes and won the yardage battle 449-436. The Irish got the ball with 5:41 left and used every second on the clock for their game winning drive. Notre Dame kicker Kyle Brindza hit a 32 yard field goal as time expired for the game winner.

Belk Bowl: Georgia (10-3) won over Louisville (9-4) 37-14. Georgia’s freshman running back Nick Chubb ran for a career high 266 yards as the Bull Dogs out-rushed the Cardinals 266-62. Georgia scored 13 points in the second quarter to take control of the game.

Fosters Farms Bowl: Stanford (8-5) took care of Maryland (7-6) 45-21. Stanford scored 21 points in the second quarter and outgained Maryland in the game 414 to 222 yards. 45 is the most points Stanford has scored in a bowl game and used a tough defense to sack Terrapins quarterback C.J. Brown six times.

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