Bowling Green 52 – Memphis 35 MOBILE, Ala. (AP) Omar Jacobs went from Bowling Green’s question mark to the Mid-American Conference’s latest star quarterback. Jacobs capped a marvelous sophomore season by passing for 365 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Falcons to a 52-35 victory over Memphis on Wednesday night in the GMAC Bowl.
Miami of Ohio 49 – Louisville 28 Ben Roethlisberger ended his college career in style. Roethlisberger passed for 376 yards and four first-half touchdowns to lead No. 14 Miami of Ohio to a 49-28 victory over Louisville in the GMAC Bowl on Thursday night before announcing his decision to leave school early for the NFL.
Marshall 38 – Louisville 15 MOBILE, Ala. – Byron Leftwich and Marshall didn’t need a miracle comeback this time in the GMAC Bowl. Leftwich became the first player in Division I-A history to throw four touchdown passes in two bowl games, leading Marshall to a 38-15 victory over Louisville on Wednesday night. Marshall (11-2) won
Marshall 64 – East Carolina 61 MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — Marshall and East Carolina piled up the points so quickly that even the coaches had trouble keeping track. In the highest-scoring bowl game in history, Marshall rallied past the Pirates 64-61 in double overtime Wednesday night to win the GMAC Bowl behind Byron Leftwich’s 576
Southern Miss 28 – TCU 21 MOBILE AL (AP) Jeff Kelly’s 29-yard touchdown pass to freshman Kenny Johnson with eight seconds left lifted Southern Mississippi to a 28-21 victory over Texas Christian (No. 16 ESPN/USA Today, No. 13 AP) in the Mobile Alabama Bowl on Wednesday night. That saved Bower from canceling a redshirt year