Central Florida vs. Georgia
The 2010 Liberty Bowl was actually the second Liberty Bowl played in 2010. This game is the bowl following the 2010 season (the first 2010 Liberty Bowl was played in January, following the 2009 season).
The (December) 2010 Liberty Bowl pitted the struggling, and barely eligible Georgia Bulldogs against the BCS's No. 25 UCF Knights.
Even though the Knights were ranked, and sporting a 10-3 record, they were still considered underdogs against the 6-6 Bulldogs from UGA. After all, Georgia did play in the almighty SEC, and there was no hope of a team like UCF even coming close to a 6-6 record in such a conference, right?
UCF set out to prove otherwise. Right from the get go, UCF showed Georgia that they would not roll over for the Bulldogs, who were trying to avoid their first losing season in nearly two decades. After Georgia drove 95 yards down the field, the Knights' defense stiffened to force a Georgia field goal. Just before the half ended, UCF tied the score at 3.
Georgia would take the lead again in the third quarter with another field goal before UCF scored the game's only touchdown with just under six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, edging out the Bulldogs, 10-6.
To lose to a team like UCF is bad enough, but to do so in a game when both teams underperformed is just ugly.