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Indiana v. Oklahoma State: Insight Bowl If you like high scoring affairs like the Motor City Bowl, than you're going to love his one. Neither the Hoosiers nor the Cowboys have the defense to keep each other under 30 points. On paper, it seems like Oklahoma State would have the better athletes and therefore a victory would be inevitable. However, the Hoosiers appear to be a team of destiny in the postseason with their mantra, "Play 13." This refers to former head coach Terry Hoeppner's goal of returning the Hoosiers to post season play for the first time since 1994. Indiana has played the 2007 season in honor of Hoeppner, who passed away in June from brain cancer at the age of 59. Now that the Hoosiers have reached his goal of 13 games, don't expect them to let up in the slightest. They have an excellant quarterback-wide receiver tandem in Kellen Lewis and James Hardy that will able to compete with the Cowboys' exciting offense when this game becomes a shootout. Indiana 41-38
Kentucky v. Florida State: Music City Bowl Florida State has been having tough times these past few seasons and with 36 players missing the bow game due to a cheating scandal, it's hard to imagine the Seminoles actually beating the resurgent Kentucky Wildcats. At one point this season, Andrew Woodson was a serious Heisman candidate and the Wildcats were in contention for the national championship. Kentucky still has a lot to play for in this one: back-to-back bowl wins for the first time ever. With a decidedly blue crowd in Nashville, Woodson and the Cats won't disappoint. Kentucky 42-10
Auburn v. Clemson: Chick-fil-A Bowl Auburn is going to struggle a little bit offensively due to the fact that they are trying to install a brand new spread offense for this game. On the other side, Clemson has an exciting fast paced offense that can score points in bunches. The Tigers have a dynamic tailback tandem of C.J. Spiller (1,505 all-purpose yards) and James Davis (992 rushing yards). They were able to produce a much more balanced offense this season thanks to the emergence of highly efficient quarterback Cullen Harper (67 percent completions, 27 touchdowns, 6 interceptions). While both teams have stifling defenses, Clemson should take home the victory because they have the more efficient offense. Clemson 17-14