5. Gaylord Music City Bowl—Kentucky 35, Florida State 28
This game stayed very close the whole way through as both teams swapped touchdowns throughout the first half ending the half tied at 14. Kentucky quarterback, Andre Woodson had a huge game passing for over 350 yards and four touchdowns.
Florida State scored a touchdown with just over two minutes left in the game to put the Seminoles within a touchdown, but after getting the ball back with around a minute to go, they couldn't tie the game up with another touchdown.
4. Konica Minolta Gator Bowl—Texas Tech 31, Virginia 28
After the first half it seemed like Virginia would cruise on back home with the Gator Bowl after a 21-7 lead, but a Texas Tech comeback ended those hopes.
Graham Harrell had a big game as usual, passing for over 400 yards, and so did his favorite receiver in Micheal Crabtree who had over 100 receiving yards. The Red Raiders scored their last 17 points within the last four minutes which included a game-winning field goal with two seconds left.
3. Chick-fil-A Bowl—Auburn 23, Clemson 20 (OT)
A back-and-forth game the whole time, Auburn ended up getting the last touchdown in this overtime battle. Auburn's new spread offense helped them gain all of 423 yards, and gave them a big win over Clemson.
For Clemson, CJ Spiller and James Davis both had big games, but Clemson could only manage to get a field goal in overtime which wasn't enough for the win.
2. Sheraton Hawaii Bowl—East Carolina 41, Boise State 38
East Carolina kicker, Ben Hartmen, made a 37-yard field goal as time expired to stun the Boise State Broncos.
Boise State looked like they would pull off another miracle, after they scored a defensive touchdown off of a fumble recovery as with under two minutes to play.
East Carolina's running back, Chris Johnson who's now playing for the Tennessee Titans was the obvious player of the game as he accounted for 408 total yards.
1. Capital One Bowl—Michigan 41, Florida 35
Nobody gave Michigan any chance in this game, but the Wolverines came out fired up and ready to play in this intense game. Although Florida's offense proved almost unstoppable, the Gators couldn't shut down Chad Henne or Mike Hart.
Michigan got a field goal and a touchdown within the last five minutes which was enough to be named the Capitol One Bowl champions.