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 Post subject: 2016 December Delirium Bracket Announcement & Results
PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2016 7:59 am 
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Hello, and welcome to the 2016 College Football 64-team playoff bracket announcement, presented by the NCAA and their corporate sponsor EA Sports.

First, a thank you to all the voters who helped determine which 64 teams made the field and their seeds.

8 pre-determined locations will host the 1st and 2nd round games before the remaining 16 teams will move on to the various regional final locations, which are the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans and Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. Each regional winner will advance to the Final Four, which is at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

Without further ado, the #1 seeds. The overall #1 seed are the 13-0 Alabama Crimson Tide, Champions of the SEC. They will play in the Central Region. Moving over to the right side of the bracket, the overall #2 seed, the Clemson Tigers, who are 12-1, and winners of the ACC. They will play in the East Region. On their same side of the bracket, the overall #3 seed, Washington Huskies, also 12-1, champions of the PAC-12. They'll be in the West Region. The final #1 seed back on the left side of the bracket are the Ohio State Buckeyes, 11-1 overall, but did not win their division. They will play in the Mountain Region.

And now the seedings and pairings, starting with the top left in the Central Region. The final 4 teams will advance to New Orleans
Games at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee
#1 Alabama vs. #16 Army
#8 Utah vs #9 Kansas State
Games at Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin
#4 Oklahoma State vs. #13 Northwestern
#5 Temple vs. #12 Wyoming
Games at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego
#3 Southern Cal vs. #14 North Carolina State
#6 Boise State vs. #11 Memphis
Games at the newly renamed Dome at America's Center in St. Louis
#2 Wisconsin vs. #15 Texas Christian
#7 Houston vs. #10 Minnesota

Staying on the left side of the bracket, the Mountain Region
Games at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland
#1 Ohio State vs. #16 Idaho
#8 Pittsburgh vs. #9 Western Kentucky
Back to Nashville for these games
#4 Louisville vs. #13 Colorado State
#5 Auburn vs. #12 Toledo
Games at EverBank Stadium in Jacksonville
#3 Florida State vs. #14 Troy
#6 Washington State vs. #11 Air Force
Back to Maryland for these games
#2 Michigan vs. #15 New Mexico
#7 Tennessee vs. #10 San Diego State

That completes the left side of the bracket, moving over to the top right, the East Region
Games in Jacksonville
#1 Clemson vs. Play-in winner (Mississippi vs. Middle Tennessee)
#8 Texas A&M vs. #9 Miami Florida
Games in San Diego
#4 Stanford vs. #13 Arkansas
#5 South Florida vs. #12 Kentucky
Games at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts
#3 Western Michigan vs. #14 Old Dominion
#6 Virginia Tech vs. #11 Georgia
Games back in Austin, Texas
#2 Oklahoma vs. #15 Indiana
#7 Iowa vs. #10 Tulsa

Finally, the West Region
Games in Las Vegas, Nevada
#1 Washington vs. #16 Baylor
#8 Navy vs. #9 North Carolina
Games in St. Louis
#4 West Virginia vs. #13 Vanderbilt
#5 Louisiana State vs. #12 Appalachian State
Games also in Las Vegas
#3 Colorado vs. #14 Louisiana Tech
#6 Florida vs. #11 Brigham Young
And finally in Foxboro
#2 Penn State vs. #15 Ohio
#7 Nebraska vs. #10 Georgia Tech


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Some notes:
There is a potential 2nd round re-match between Wisconsin and Minnesota, but with Iowa being a 7 seed, I couldn't put them there, and Wisconsin and Michigan are also 2 seeds which sets up more potential rematches since Minnesota played them all so it was unavoidable.

Since Mississippi is in the play-in game, I moved them to the overall 2 seed Clemson's spot to avoid a potential Mississippi-Alabama re-match.

There are various potential conferences games in round 2, but they are all teams who did not play: San Diego State-New Mexico would both have to pull upsets to face eachother in round 2. Penn State-Nebraska is a potential 2nd round, LSU-Vanderbilt if Vandy pulls an upset, Kentucky-Arkansas could play if they both pull upsets and then a possible Clemson-Miami 2nd round as well. An 8-16 Texas A&M-Mississippi re-match is humanly possible I guess too.

There should be no potential re-matches before the Elite 8. There's a potential Ohio State-Michigan re-match since they were voted 4 and 5 overall. Houston and Memphis are longshots, but they could re-match in the Sweet 16, though a 7 vs. 11 is unlikely. Air Force-New Mexico 11 vs 15 is even more unlikely in the sweet 16. West Virginia-Baylor a 4 vs. 16 sweet 16 is an even longer shot.

Mississippi and Middle Tennessee tied for 64th, Eastern Michigan was the first team out, missing by 2 points, followed by Notre Dame. In total, 88 teams received votes. 45 teams were unanimous, which I think is a new low after last year's 46. Mississippi is the 7th losing team to make the tournament in its history. Every bowl eligible team got a vote except for 6-6 South Alabama. Appalachian State was unanimously voted in, Arkansas State only received votes from 2 people, so no changes needed to be made there. I'd have done a play-in game between the two of them if voting had been split to where neither made it.

The excel file of the bracket is uploaded into the original post. Those of you who like to fill them out, I will give you a couple extra days. Usually I start this on Thursday, but I'm going to wait to post until Saturday since there are only a handful of people who get theirs done by Thursday. I have to find the official injury report for each team and remove them and transfers etc. Then finalize some roster ratings before we get started.

So the preliminary schedule:
1st round: Saturday the 17th
2nd round: Monday the 19th
Sweet 16: Thursday the 22nd
Elite 8: Monday the 26th
Final Four: Wednesday the 28th
Championship: Friday the 30th


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 Post subject: Re: 2016 December Delirium Bracket Announcement
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That's a nice lookin' bracket :mrgreen: thanks for organizing this once again, Beaver!

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#2 Michigan vs. #15 New Mexico

Interestingly (to me) this is the one match-up that I had verbatim in my mock bracket - Michigan I have as the 3rd highest 2-seed, and New Mexico as the 2nd-highest 15-seed. I'm kind of thinking I should have placed the Lobos higher - their last 9 games they had a very solid stretch - but those first 3: yikes. Losses to New Mexico St and Rutgers. Couldn't ignore those.

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Every bowl eligible team got a vote except for 6-6 South Alabama.

Who techinically isn't bowl eligible anyway (due to 2 FCS wins.....unless I'm mistaken)

Also, sorry Army, you have to be sacrificed to the all-powerful Tide - we'd have put you higher had we known you would beat Navy. Maybe play them earlier next season :P

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1st Round
Central Region
Nissan Stadium-Nashville, Tennessee

#1 Alabama 34
#16 Army 10

Jalen Hurts 16/24 162 yards 2 TD
Damien Harris 24 rushes 97 yards 1 TD
ArDarius Stewart 12 catches 121 yards 2 TD

Ahmad Bradshaw 6/13 51 yards
Andy Davidson 27 rushes 109 yards 1 TD
Edgar Poe 6 catches 51 yards
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#8 Utah 20
#9 Kansas State 37
Utah-4 Turnovers

Jesse Ertz 10/18 126 yards 1 INT, 12 rushes 30 yards 1 TD
Charles Jones 16 rushes 92 yards 2 TD
Deante Burton 4 catches 81 yards

Troy Williams 3/5 27 yards-left game injured
Tyler Huntley 10/18 148 yards 1 TD, 2 INT
Joe Williams 13 rushes 92 yards
Tim Patrick 8 catches 86 yards 1 TD
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Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium-Austin, Texas
#4 Oklahoma State 44
#13 Northwestern 21

Mason Rudolpoh 24/36 251 yards 2 TD
Justice Hill 18 rushes 78 yards 1 TD
Jalen McCleskey 3 catches 51 yards 1 TD
Jordan Sterns INT RET TD

Clayton Thorson 11/18 127 yards 2 TD 1 INT, 15 rushes 52 yards 1 TD-left game injured
Austin Carr 6 catches 51 yards 1 TD
Flynn Nagel 1 catch 5 yards 1 TD
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#5 Temple 31
#12 Wyoming 30
Temple-Game tying 1 yard TD run by Jahad Thomas with 39 seconds to go-PAT won game

Philip Walker 9/18 160 yards, 4 rushes 27 yards 1 TD
Jahad Thomas 15 rushes 77 yards 2 TD
Keith Kirkwood 4 catches 100 yards

Josh Allen 15/20 167 yards
Brian Hill 7 rushes 50 yards 1 TD-left game injured
Shawn Wick 24 rushes 115 yards 2 TD
Tanner Gentry 11 catches 116 yards
Qualcomm Stadium-San Diego, California
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#3 Southern California 21
#14 North Carolina State 10
USC lead 21-0 at half
Turnovers-NCST 4 USC 2

Sam Darnold 18/33 213 yards 2 TD 2 INT
Ronald Jones 14 rushes 80 yards 1 TD
Deontay Burnett 5 catches 44 yards 2 TD
Adoree Jackson 3 catches 32 yards, 2 INT, 1 FF

Ryan Finley 18/37 336 yards 1 TD 3 INT
Matthew Dayes 11 rushes 63 yards
Stephen Louis 5 catches 191 yards 1 TD
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#6 Boise State 13
#11 Memphis 17
Game was 10-10 entering 3rd quarter, Boise State go-ahead FG with 4:35 left, Memphis game winning TD pass from Riley Ferguson to Phil Mayhue with 2:12 to go
Turnovers-Boise 3 Memphis 0

Riley Ferguson 18/28 225 yards 2 TD
Doroland Dorceus 17 rushes 76 yards
Phil Mayhue 5 catches 47 yards 1 TD
Anthony Miller 4 catches 67 yards 1 TD
Chris Morley 2 INT

Brett Rypien 14/28 135 yards 2 INT
Jeremy McNichols 20 rushes 86 yards 1 TD, 5 catches 45 yards
The Dome at America’s Center-St. Louis, Missouri
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#2 Wisconsin 29
#15 Texas Christian 17
Wisconsin lead 21-17 after 3 and outscored TCU 8-0 in 4th on 2 FG’s and a safety

Alex Hornibrook 16/24 144 yards
Corey Clement 21 rushes 125 yards 2 TD
Austin Ramesh 1 rush 2 yards 1 TD
Robert Wheelwright 5 catches 48 yards

Kenny Hill 12/22 132 yards 1 TD 1 INT
Kyle Hicks 8 rushes 41 yards 1 TD-left game injured
Taj Williams 1 catch 6 yards 1 TD
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#7 Houston 42
#10 Minnesota 14

Greg Ward Jr 19/32 389 yards 4 TD 1 INT
Duke Catalon 25 rushes 119 yards 1 TD
Dillon Birden 7 rushes 18 yards 1 TD
Linell Bonner 4 catches 79 yards 1 TD
Chance Allen 3 catches 119 yards 1 TD
Steven Dunbar 1 catch 17 yards 1 TD
Tyler McCloskey 3 catches 59 yards 1 TD

Mitch Leidner 15/30 171 yards 1 TD 1 INT
Rodney Smith 15 rushes 74 yards 1 TD
Rashad Still 3 catches 46 yards 1 TD
Mountain Region
FedEx Field-Landover, Maryland
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#1 Ohio State 56
#16 Idaho 10
Ohio State lead 42-7 at halftime
Total Yards Ohio State 573 Idaho 113

JT Barrett 17/20 291 yards 5 TD, 2 rushes 6 yards 1 TD
Curtis Samuel 8 rushes 57 yards 1 TD
Mike Weber 28 rushes 184 yards 1 TD
Marcus Baugh 9 catches 126 yards 2 TD
AJ Alexander 2 catches 8 yards 1 TD
Noah Brown 2 catches 75 yards TD

Matt Linehan 6/19 28 yards 1 TD 3 INT
Aaron Duckworth 19 rushes 58 yards
Calen Hightower 1 catch 1 yard 1 TD
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#8 Pittsburgh 21
#9 Western Kentucky 30
Pitt TD run by Quandree Henderson with 4:13 to go to make margin 2
WKU TD pass from Mike White to Anthony Wales with 23 seconds to go to make margin 9
Turnovers Pitt 3 WKU 1

Mike White 19/29 281 yards 2 TD 1 INT
Anthony Wales 13 rushes 72 yards, 7 catches 59 yards 1 TD
Taywan Taylor 5 catches 133 yards 1 TD

Noah Peterman 8/15 77 yards 3 INT
James Conner 28 rushes 182 yards 2 TD
Quandree Henderson 8 rushes 52 yards 1 TD
Nissan Stadium-Nashville, Tennessee
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#4 Louisville 38
#13 Colorado State 28
Louisville TD pass from Lamar Jackson to Jamari Staples with 5:47 to go to make margin 10
Turnovers Lou 3 CSU 2

Lamar Jackson 19/26 213 yards 3 TD 2 INT
Brandon Radcliff 14 rushes 49 yards 1 TD
Cole Hikutini 3 catches 20 yards 1 TD
Jamari Staples 2 catches 26 yards 2 TD
Keith Kelsey 2 INT, 1 INT RET TD

Nick Stevens 24/43 287 yards 3 TD 2 INT
Dalyn Dawkins 15 rushes 50 yards 1 TD
Nolan Peralta 7 catches 91 yards 1 TD
Michael Gallup 4 catches 106 yards 1 TD
Robert Ruiz 3 catches 22 yards 1 TD
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#5 Auburn 34
#12 Toledo 10

Sean White 9/18 142 yards 1 TD
Kamryn Pettway 18 rushes 105 yards 1 TD
Kerryon Johnson 14 rushes 109 yards 1 TD
Ryan Davis 2 catches 62 yards 1 TD
Joshua Holsey INT RET TD

Logan Woodside 8/18 111 yards 1 INT
Kareem Hunt 13 rushes 54 yards 1 TD
Michael Roberts 3 catches 23 yards
EverBank Field-Jacksonville, Florida
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#3 Florida State 45
#14 Troy 10

Deondre Francois 14/24 277 yards 3 TD 1 INT
Dalvin Cook 27 rushes 144 yards 2 TD
Jacques Patrick 16 rushes 112 yards 1 TD
Travis Rudolph 5 catches 109 yards 2 TD
Nyqwan Murray 1 catch 53 yards 1 TD

Brandon Silvers 14/23 192 yards 1 TD 1 INT
Jordan Chunn 9 rushes 31 yards
John Johnson 6 catches 122 yards 1 TD
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#6 Washington State 35
#11 Air Force 33
Air Force TD run by Jacobi Owens with 4:32 to go, 2-point conversion not successful

Luke Falk 27/41 430 yards 5 TD 1 INT
Gerard Wicks 9 rushes 37 yards
Gabe Marks 15 catches 289 yards 3 TD
Kyle Sweet 4 catches 87 yards 1 TD
Robert Lewis 4 catch 41 yards 1 TD

Nate Romine 9/19 113 yards 1 INT
Jacobi Owens 33 rushes 238 yards 3 TD
Timothy McVey 7 rushes 52 yards 1 TD
Ronald Cleveland 6 catches 93 yards
FedEx Field-Landover, Maryland
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#2 Michigan 27
#15 New Mexico 11

Wilton Speight 16/23 177 yards 3 TD 1 INT
De’Veon Smith 19 rushes 82 yards, 1 catch 3 yards 1 TD
Grant Perry 3 catches 66 yards 1 TD
Jehu Chesson 2 catches 88 yards 1 TD

Austin Apodaca 9/18 92 yards 1 TD
Teriyon Gipson 16 rushes 72 yards
Tyrone Owens 1 catch 30 yards 1 TD
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#7 Tennessee 17
#10 San Diego State 10
San Diego State TD from Ryan Agnew to David Wells with 12:41 to go in 4th to make margin 7

Josh Dobbs 13/21 139 yards 1 TD 1 INT, 8 rushes 91 yards 1 TD
Alvin Kamara 21 rushes 105 yards
Josh Smith 2 catches 12 yards 1 TD

Christian Chapman 2/6 26 yards-left game injured
Ryan Agnew 10/23 92 yards 1 TD 1 INT
Donnell Pumphrey 26 rushes 137 yards
David Wells 5 catches 64 yards 1 TD

2nd Round Matchups
Central Region
#1 Alabama vs. #9 Kansas State
#4 Oklahoma State vs. #5 Temple
#3 Southern Cal vs. #11 Memphis
#2 Wisconsin vs. #7 Houston

Mountain Region
#1 Ohio State vs. #9 Western Kentucky
#4 Louisville vs. #5 Auburn
#3 Florida State vs. #6 Washington State
#2 Michigan vs. #7 Tennessee


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East Region
Play-in Game
EverBank Field-Jacksonville, Florida
#16 Mississippi 14
#16 Middle Tennessee 11
Middle Tennessee TD pass from Brent Stockstill to Dennis Andrews and 2-point conversion with 23 seconds to go to make margin 3
MTSU 1 score in 4 red zone trips

Shea Patterson 15/26 179 yards 1 INT
Akeem Judd 11 rushes 59 yards 2 TD
Quincy Adeboyejo 5 catches 66 yards

Brent Stockstill 17/33 129 yards 1 TD 1 INT
I’Tavius Matthews 28 rushes 160 yards
Dennis Andrew 5 catches 59 yards 1 TD
#1 Clemson 28
#16 Mississippi 3

Deshaun Watson 22/34 343 yards 1 TD, 18 rushes 86 yards
Wayne Gallman 6 rushes 39 yards-left game injured, out for 2nd and 3rd round
CJ Fuller 15 rushes 64 yards 2 TD
Ray-Ray McCloud 1 rush 5 yards 1 TD, 4 catches 45 yards 1 TD

Shea Patterson 13/23 133 yards
Akeem Judd 21 rushes 117 yards
Quincy Adeboyejo 4 ccatches 29 yards
#8 Texas A&M 32
#9 Miami Florida 29
3rd overtime
Miami-Game tying TD run by Mark Walton with 1:07 to go in 4th
Each team kicked FG’s in 1st and 2nd overtimes
Miami Intercepted in 3rd OT

Trevor Knight 16/30 181 yards 1 TD
Trayveon Williams 17 rushes 103 yards 1 TD
Josh Reynolds 6 catches 59 yards 1 TD

Brad Kaaya 21/36 283 yards 1 TD 1 INT
Mark Walton 19 rushes 63 yards 1 TD
Stacy Coley 5 catches 50 yards 1 TD
Qualcomm Stadium-San Diego, California
#4 Stanford 41
#13 Arkansas 24
Stanford outscored Arkansas 10-0 in 4th

Keller Chryst 19/28 251 yards 2 TD
Christian McCaffrey 21 rushes 155 yards 2 TD, 1 catch 46 yards 1 TD
Bryce Love 7 rushes 40 yards 1 TD
Dalton Schultz 4 catches 36 yards 1 TD

Austin Allen 13/21 153 yards 2 TD 1 INT
Rawleigh Williams III 24 rushes 125 yards 1 TD
Jeremy Sprinkle 6 catches 56 yards 2 TD
#5 South Florida 27
#12 Kentucky 31
Kentucky outscored South Florida 14-0 in 4th, Game winning TD run by Stanley Williams with 7:43 to go

Quinton Flowers 14/22 194 yards 2 TD 1 INT
Marlon Mack 20 rushes 101 yards
Rodney Adams 5 catches 128 yards 2 TD
Deatrick Nichols INT RET TD

Stephen Johnson 16/24 194 yards 2 TD 1 INT
Stanley Williams 28 rushes 173 yards 2 TD
Garrett Johnson 7 catches 81 yards 1 TD
CJ Conrad 3 catches 64 yards 1 TD
Gillette Stadium-Foxboro, Massachusetts
#3 Western Michigan 32
#14 Old Dominion 19

Zach Terrell 22/35 216 yards 2 TD 1 INT
Jarvion Franklin 16 rushes 75 yards 2 TD
Corey Davis 14 catches 119 yards 1 TD
Carrington Thompson 6 catches 75 yards 1 TD

David Washington 14/25 163 yards 1 TD 2 INT
Ray Lawry 22 rushes 161 yards
Zach Pascal 4 catches 94 yards 1 TD
Brad Davis 4/4 FG’s
#6 Virginia Tech 33
#11 Georgia 7
Turnovers GA 5 VT 1

Jerod Evans 1725 222 yards 1 TD 1 INT
Travon McMillan 18 rushes 83 yards 1 TD
Isaiah Ford 6 catches 85 yards
Bucky Hodges 2 catches 17 yards 1 TD

Jacob Eason 3/9 15 yards 1 INT-benched
Grayson Lambert 10/23 127 yards 2 INT
Nick Chubb 11 rushes 43 yards 1 TD, 1 catch 29 yards

Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium
#2 Oklahoma 44
#15 Indiana 21

Baker Mayfield 19/30 232 yards 3 TD 1 INT
Samaje Perine 14 rushes 97 yards 1 TD
Joe Mixon 16 rushes 68 yards 1 TD, 3 catches 27 yards 1 TD
Dede Westbrook 9 catches 142 yards 2 TD

Richard Lagow 13/28 157 yards 3 TD
Devine Redding 16 rushes 70 yards
Nick Westbrook 6 catches 60 yards 1 TD
Luke Timian 1 catch 1 yard 1 TD
Mitchell Paige 1 catch 8 yards 1 TD
#7 Iowa 20
#10 Tulsa 10
Tulsa scored all 10 points in 4th quarter
Turnovers Iowa 2 Tulsa 1

CJ Beathard 12/20 132 yards 1 TD 2 INT
LeShun Daniels 20 rushes 139 yards 1 TD
Riley McCarron 5 catches 81 yards 1 TD

Dane Evans 14/26 120 yards 1 TD 2 INT
D’Angelo Brewer 18 rushes 84 yards
Keevan Lucas 4 catches 49 yards 1 TD
West Region
Sam Boyd Stadium-Las Vegas, Nevada

#1 Washington 38
#16 Baylor 21
Baylor outscored Washington 14-0 in 4th

Jake Browning 19/30 204 yards 2 TD
Miles Gaskin 20 rushes 97 yards 1 TD, 3 catches 62 yards 1 TD
Lavon Coleman 10 rushes 49 yards 1 TD
Andre Baccellia 1 catch 10 yards 1 TD

Zach Smith 16/31 149 yards 2 TD 1 INT
Terence Williams 25 rushes 154 yards, 2 catches 48 yards 1 TD
KD Cannon 4 catches 39 yards 1 TD
#8 Navy 16
#9 North Carolina 28

Mitch Trubisky 14/24 181 yards 2 TD 1 INT
TJ Logan 6 rushes 39 yards 1 TD
Bug Howard 6 catches 71 yards 1 TD
Ryan Switzer 4 catches 60 yards 1 TD

Zach Abey 9/19 73 yards 1 TD 1 INT, 19 rushes 94 yards
Dishan Romine 26 rushes 127 yards 1 TD
Jamir Tillman 5 catches 29 yards 1 TD
Dome at America’s Center-St. Louis, Missouri

#4 West Virginia 49
#13 Vanderbilt 24
West Virginia outscored Vanderbilt 22-3 in 4th quarter

Skyler Howard 27/43 291 yards 5 TD 1 INT
Russell Shell III 14 rushes 89 yards 1 TD
Daikiel Shorts 7 catches 82 yards 2 TD
Shelton Gibson 6 catches 96 yards 1 TD
Elijah Wellman 2 catches 10 yards 1 TD

Kyle Shurmur 11/23 131 yards
Ralph Webb 17 rushes 93 yards 2 TD
CJ Duncan 3 catches 60 yards
Jordan Sheffield INT RET TD
#5 Louisiana State 26
#12 Appalachian State 20
LSU FG with 1:55 to go to make margin 6

Danny Etling 14/26 195 yards 2 INT
Derrius Guice 13 rushes 68 yards 1 TD
Darrel Williams 6 rushes 41 yards 1 TD
Malachi Dupre 5 catches 111 yards

Taylor Lamb 12/25 155 yards 2 INT
Jalin Moore 17 rushes 117 yards 1 TD
Marcus Cox 9 rushes 41 yards 1 TD
Shaedon Medders 5 catches 67 yards
Sam Boyd Stadium-Las Vegas, Nevada
#3 Colorado 26
#14 Louisiana Tech 14

Sefo Liufau 14/27 140 yards 1 TD 1 INT
Phillip Lindsay 23 rushes 146 yards 1 TD
Shay Fields 5 catches 64 yards 1 TD

Ryan Higgins 15/30 125 yards 1 TD 3 INT
Jarred Craft 14 rushes 75 yards 1 TD
Carlos Henderson 7 catches 101 yards 1 TD
#6 Florida 24
#11 BYU 20
Florida game winning TD run by Jordan Scarlett with 5:26 to go

Luke Del Rio 17/30 174 yards
Luke Scarlett 14 rushes 71 yards 1 TD, 5 catches 56 yards
Lamical Perine 8 rushes 33 yards 1 TD
Antonio Callaway 5 catches 40 yards

Taysom Hill 17/32 167 yards 1 TD 2 INT, 13 rushes 70 yards 1 TD
Nick Kurtz 5 catches 54 yards 1 TD
Gillette Stadium-Foxboro, Massachusetts
#2 Penn State 28
#15 Ohio 13
Trace McSorley 16/27 281 yards 3 TD
Saquon Barkley 15 rushes 72 yards 1 TD
Chris Godwin 8 catches 166 yards 1 TD
Saeed Blacknall 2 catches 37 yards 1 TD
DaeSean Hamilton 1 catch 6 yards 1 TD

Greg Windham 11/23 125 yards 1 TD 1 INT
Dorian Brown 22 rushes 75 yards
Jordan Reid 4 catches 32 yards 1 TD
#7 Nebraska 22
#10 Georgia Tech 17
Georgia Tech TD run with 1:25 to go to make margin 5

Tommy Armstrong 20/34 182 yards 1 INT
Terrell Newby 15 rushes 74 yards 2 TD
Jordan Westerkamp 9 catches 97 yards

Justin Thomas 9/19 143 yards 1 TD, 15 rushes 86 yards 1 TD
Dedrick Mills 29 rushes 124 yards
Clinton Lynch 6 rushes 22 yards, 1 catch 11 yards 1 TD

2nd round Matchups
East Region
#1 Clemson vs. #8 Texas A&M
#4 Stanford vs. #12 Kentucky
#3 Western Michigan vs #6 Virginia Tech
#2 Oklahoma vs. #7 Iowa

West Region
#1 Washington vs. #9 North Carolina
#4 West Virginia vs. #5 Louisiana State
#3 Colorado vs. #6 Florida
#2 Penn State vs. #7 Nebraska


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 Post subject: Re: 2016 December Delirium Bracket Announcement & Results
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2nd Round
Nissan Stadium-Nashville, Tennessee

#1 Alabama 15
#9 Kansas State 14
Alabama game winning TD run by Bo Scarbrough with 2:33 to go, 2-point conversion not successful

Jalen Hurts 15/26 200 yards 1 TD 1 INT
Damien Harris 15 rushes 63 yards
Bo Scarbrough 4 rushes 16 yards 1 TD
Robert Foster 3 catches 23 yards 1 TD

Jesse Ertz 14/29 165 yards 2 TD
Charles Jones 12 rushes 43 yards
Byron Pringle 5 catches 57 yards 1 TD
Deante Burton 1 catch 40 yards 1 TD

Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium-Austin, Texas
#4 Oklahoma State 31
#5 Temple 24
Oklahoma State tying TD pass to Jhajuan Seales with 9:23 to go
Oklahoma State winning TD pass to Rennie Childs with 1:54 to go
Temple lead 24-7 at halftime

Mason Rudolph 16/26 243 yards 3 TD
Justice Hill 21 rushes 117 yards
Rennie Childs 7 rushes 22 yards 1 TD, 1 catch 3 yards 1 TD
Blake Jarwin 7 catches 114 yards 1 TD
Jhajuan Seales 3 catches 58 yards 1 TD

Phillip Walker 19/35 211 yards 2 TD
Ryquell Armstead 16 rushes 40 yards 1 TD
Keither Kirkwood 7 catches 49 yards 1 TD
Marshall Ellick 6 catches 64 yards 1 TD

Qualcomm Stadium-San Diego, California
#3 Southern Cal 30
#11 Memphis 10
Game tied 10-10 at halftime
Turnovers USC 3 Memphis 6

Sam Darnold 16/29 225 yards 2 TD 1 INT
Ronald Jones 18 rushes 79 yards
Juju Smith-Schuster 2 catches 48 yards 1 TD
Adoree Jackson 2 catches 26 yards 1 TD

Riley Ferguson 18/34 243 yards 4 INT
Doroland Dorceus 15 rushes 75 yards 1 TD
Anthony Miller 3 catches 59 yards

The Dome at America’s Center-St. Louis, Missouri
#2 Wisconsin 36
#7 Houston 33
Wisconsin game winning TD run by Dare Ogunbowale with 10 seconds to go, 2 point conversion successful to make margin 3
Houston lead 27-14 at halftime
Turnovers Wisconsin 3 Houston 2

Alex Hornibrook 15/28 277 yards 4 TD 1 INT
Corey Clement 24 rushes 121 yards, 3 catches 67 yards 1 TD
Dare Ogunbowale 2 rushes 1 yards 1 TD
Jazz Peavy 6 catches 114 yards 2 TD
Troy Fumagalli 1 catch 36 yards 1 TD

Greg Ward 13/25 257 yards 1 INT, 15 rushes 58 yards 1 TD
Duke Catalon 18 rushes 103 yards 2 TD
Chance Allen 4 catches 102 yards

Mountain Region
FedEx Field-Landover, Maryland
#1 Ohio State 45
#9 Western Kentucky 10

JT Barrett 14/21 207 yards 2 TD, 5 rushes 13 yards 1 TD
Mike Weber 19 rushes 105 yards 1 TD
Curtis Samuel 16 rushes 100 yards 1 TD
Terry McLaurin 4 catches 29 yards 1 TD
Marcus Baugh 3 catches 26 yards 1 TD
Marshon Lattimore INT RET TD

Mike White 19/38 149 yards 1 TD 1 INT
Anthony Wales 11 rushes 66 yards
Taywan Taylor 4 catches 26 yards 1 TD

Nissan Stadium-Nashville, Tennessee
#4 Louisville 21
#5 Auburn 20
Auburn go ahead TD pass to Kamryn Pettway with 14:00 to go in 4th, PAT blocked
Louisville game tying TD pass to James Quick with 7:07 to go, PAT good to go ahead

Lamar Jackson 15/28 187 yards 3 TD, 15 rushes 81 yards
Brandon Radcliff 18 rushes 75 yards
James Quick 4 catches 68 yards 1 TD
Reggie Bonnafon 2 catches 6 yards 1 TD
Traveon Samuel 1 catch 19 yards 1 TD

Sean White 11/25 131 yards 3 TD 1 INT
Kamryn Pettway 14 rushes 74 yards, 1 catch 10 yards 1 TD
Ryan Davis 1 catch 8 yards 1 TD
Jalen Harris 1 catch 3 yards 1 TD

EverBank Field-Jacksonville, Florida
#3 Florida State 18
#6 Washington State 27
Washington State TD pass to CJ Dimry with 3:33 to go to make margin 9
Florida State 0/3 on 4th down

Luke Falk 28/41 381 yards 4 TD 1 INT
James Williams 6 rushes 36 yards
Gabe Marks 11 catches 89 yards 3 TD
CJ Dimry 1 catch 23 yards 1 TD

Deondre Francois 19/34 195 yards 1 TD 1 INT
Dalvin Cook 26 rushes 160 yard 2 TD
Ryan Izzo 3 catches 58 yards

FedEx Field-Landover, Maryland
#2 Michigan 31
#7 Tennessee 17
Michigan go ahead TD pass to Jehu Chesson with 13:21 to go
Michigan pass TD to Amara Darboh with 2:26 to go to make margin 14

Wilton Speight 18/32 221 yards 3 TD
De’Veon Smith 12 rushes 72 yards 1 TD
Amara Darboh 7 catches 86 yards 2 TD
Jehu Chesson 2 catches 17 yards 1 TD

Josh Dobbs 16/27 150 yards 1 TD
Alvin Kamara 18 rushes 90 yards 1 TD, 2 catches 39 yards 1 TD

East Region
EverBank Field-Jacksonville, Florida
#1 Clemson 31
#8 Texas A&M 6

Deshaun Watson 16/27 186 yards 2 TD 1 INT, 13 rushes 54 yards 1 TD
CJ Fuller 12 rushes 53 yards 1 TD
Mike Williams 7 catches 97 yards 1 TD
Hunter Renfrow 3 catches 24 yards 1 TD

Trevor Knight 14/27 134 yards 1 INT-left game injured
Joe Hubenak 2/2 17 yards
Trayveon Williams 9 rushes 46 yards
Ricky Seals-Jones 5 catches 83 yards

Qualcomm Stadium-San Diego, California
#4 Stanford 45
#12 Kentucky 10
Turnovers Kentucky 4 Stanford 0

Keller Chryst 15/24 194 yards 2 TD
Christian McCaffery 27 rushes 100 yards 3 TD
Bryce Love 12 rushes 46 yards 1 TD
Dalton Schultz 6 catches 92 yards 1 TD
Michael Rector 6 catches 67 yards 1 TD

Stephen Johnson 11/23 143 yards 1 TD 3 INT
Benny Snell 22 rushes 119 yards
CJ Conrad 5 catches 60 yards 1 TD

Gillette Stadium-Foxboro, Massachusetts
#3 Western Michigan 17
#6 Virginia Tech 34
Turnovers 3-3

Jerod Evans 13/24 178 yards 1 TD 2 INT, 14 rushes 61 yards 1 TD
Travon McMillian 14 rushes 69 yards 1 TD
Cam Phillips 3 catches 65 yards 1 TD
Brandon Facyson INT RET TD

Zach Terrell 14/28 205 yards 2 INT, 4 rushes 3 yards 1 TD
Jamauri Bogan 13 rushes 35 yards 1 TD
Corey Davis 7 catches 139 yards

Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium-Austin, Texas
#2 Oklahoma 17
#7 Iowa 24
Iowa tying TD pass to George Kittle with 3:39 to go
Iowa game winning TD run by LeShun Daniels with 1:16 to go
Oklahoma 0 points in 3 red zone trips

CJ Beathard 12/24 163 yards 2 TD 1 INT
LeShun Daniels 30 rushes 195 yards 1 TD
George Kittle 4 catches 77 yards 1 TD
Riley McCarron 4 catches 37 yards 1 TD

Baker Mayfield 14/24 169 yards 2 TD-left game injured
Austin Kendall 8/18 94 yards 1 INT
Joe Mixon 17 rushes 101 yards, 4 catches 83 yards 1 TD
Dede Westbrook 2 catches 90 yards 1 TD

West Region
Sam Boyd Stadium-Las Vegas, Nevada
#1 Washington 36
#9 North Carolina 24

Jake Browning 9/16 143 yards 1 TD
Miles Gaskin 18 rushes 92 yards 2 TD
Lavon Coleman 17 rushes 74 yards 1 TD
John Ross 4 catches 74 yards 1 TD

Mitch Trubisky 18/31 223 yards 1 TD 1 INT, 5 rushes 12 yards 1 TD
Elijah Hood 23 rushes 135 yards 1 TD
Ryan Switzer 7 catches 47 yards 1 TD

The Dome at America’s Center-St. Louis, Missouri
#4 West Virginia 26
#5 Louisiana State 10
LSU lead 10-3 at halftime, West Virginia outscored LSU 16-0 in 3rd and 7-0 in 4th
Turnovers LSU 2 WVU 0

Skyler Howard 19/35 189 yards 2 TD
Russell Shell 19 rushes 80 yards
Shelton Gibson 4 catches 32 yards 1 TD
Javon Durante 1 catch 44 yards 1 TD
Mike Molina 4/5 FG

Danny Etlin 3/8 58 yards-left game injured
Brandon Harris 4/10 38 yards 1 INT
Darreus Guice 20 rushes 74 yards 1 TD
Colin Jeter 2 catches 57 yards

Sam Boyd Stadium-Las Vegas, Nevada
#3 Colorado 27
#6 Florida 7
Colorado lead 3-0 at half, 10-0 after 3rd

Sefo Liufau 24/40 232 yards 3 TD 2 INT
Philip Lindsey 26 rushes 138 yards, 3 catches 35 yards 1 TD
Shay Fields 8 rushes 95 yards 1 TD
Bryce Bobo 6 catches 50 yards 1 TD

Luke Del Rio 2/4 35 yards-left game injured
Austin Appleby 9/19 83 yards
Jordan Scarlett 19 rushes 101 yards 1 TD
Josh Hammond 2 catches 38 yards

Gillette Stadium-Foxboro, Massachusetts
#2 Penn State 33
#7 Nebraska 17

Trace McSorley 17/28 179 yards 2 TD
Saquon Barkley 21 rushes 186 yards 1 TD
Mike Gesicki 7 catches 85 yards 1 TD
DaeSean Hamilton 3 catches 34 yards 1 TD

Tommy Armstrong 19/31 222 yards 2 TD 1 INT
Terrell Newby 16 rushes 75 yards
Jordan Westerkamp 5 catches 48 yards 1 TD
Cethan Carter 2 catches 29 yards 1 TD

Sweet 16 Matchups
Central Region-Mercedes Benz SuperDome-New Orleans, Louisiana
#1 Alabama vs. #4 Oklahoma State
#2 Wisconsin vs. #3 Southern Cal
Mountain Region-AT&T Stadium-Arlington, Texas
#1 Ohio State vs. #4 Louisville
#2 Michigan vs. #6 Washington State
East Region-Hard Rock Stadium-Miami, Florida
#1 Clemson vs. #4 Stanford
#6 Virginia Tech vs. #7 Iowa
West Region-Rose Bowl-Pasadena, California
#1 Washington vs. #4 West Virginia
#2 Penn State vs. #3 Colorado


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