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2010-11 College Football Bowl schedule

2010-11 College Football Bowl schedule

Dec. 18, 2010
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BOWL GAMES SCOREBOARD
BowlSite
DateTime (PST)
TV
MatchupRecap

New Mexico Bowl
Albuquerque, NM
Dec. 18
11:00 a.m.
ESPN
BYU 52,
UTEP 24

Humanitarian Bowl
Boise, ID
Dec. 18
2:30 p.m.
ESPN
Northern Ill. 40,
Fresno St. 17

New Orleans Bowl
New Orleans, LA
Dec. 18
6:00 p.m.
ESPN
Troy 48,
Ohio 21

Beef O'Brady's Bowl
St. Petersburg, FL
Dec. 21
5:00 p.m.
ESPN
Louisville 31,
Southern Miss 28

MAACO Bowl
Las Vegas, NV
Dec. 22
5:00 p.m.
ESPN
No. 10 Boise St. 26,
No. 20 Utah 3

Poinsettia Bowl
San Diego, CA
Dec. 23
5:00 p.m.
ESPN
San Diego St. 35,
Navy 14

Hawai'i Bowl
Honolulu, HI
Dec. 24
5:00 p.m.
ESPN
Tulsa 62,
No. 24 Hawaii 35

Little Caesar's Pizza Bowl
Detroit, MI
Dec. 26
5:30 p.m.
ESPN
FIU 34,
Toledo 32

Independence Bowl
Shreveport, LA
Dec. 27
2:00 p.m.
ESPN-2
Air Force 14,
Georgia Tech 7

Champs Sports Bowl
Orlando, FL
Dec. 28
3:30 p.m.
ESPN
NC State 23
West Virginia 7

Insight Bowl
Tempe, AZ
Dec. 28
7:00 p.m.
ESPN
Iowa 27,
Missouri 24

Military Bowl
Washington, DC
Dec. 29
11:30 p.m.
ESPN
Maryland 51,
East Carolina 20

Texas Bowl
Houston, TX
Dec. 29
3:00 p.m.
ESPN
Illinois 38,
Baylor 14

Alamo Bowl
San Antonio, TX
Dec. 29
6:15 p.m.
ESPN
Oklahoma St.36
Arizona 10

Armed Forces Bowl
Dallas, TX
Dec. 30
9:00 a.m.
ESPN
Army 16,
SMU 14

Pinstripe Bowl
Bronx, NY
Dec. 30
12:20 p.m.
ESPN
Syracuse 36,
Kansas State 34

Music City Bowl
Nashville, TN
Dec. 30
3:40 p.m.
ESPN
North Carolina 30,
Tennessee 27

Holiday Bowl
San Diego, CA
Dec. 30
7:00 p.m.
ESPN
Washington 19,
No. 17 Nebraska 7

Meineke Car Care Bowl
Charlotte, NC
Dec. 31
9:00 a.m.
ESPN
USF 31,
Clemson 26

Sun Bowl
El Paso, TX
Dec. 31
11:00 a.m.
CBS
Notre Dame 33,
Miami (FL) 17

Liberty Bowl
Memphis, TN
Dec. 31
12:30 p.m.
ESPN
UCF 10,
Georgia 6

Chick-fil-A Bowl
Atlanta, GA
Dec. 31
4:30 p.m.
ESPN
No. 23 Florida State 26,
No. 17 South Carolina 17

TicketCity Bowl
Dallas, TX
Jan. 1
9:00 a.m.
ESPN-U
Texas Tech 45,
Northwestern 38

Outback Bowl
Tampa, FL
Jan. 1
10:00 a.m.
ABC
Florida 37,
Penn State 24

Capital One Bowl
Orlando, FL
Jan. 1
10:00 a.m.
ESPN
No. 15 Alabama 49,
No. 7 Michigan State 7

Gator Bowl
Jacksonville, FL
Jan. 1
10:30 a.m.
ESPN-2
No. 21 Mississippi St. 52,
Michigan 14

Rose Bowl
Pasadena, CA
Jan. 1
1:30 p.m.
ABC
No. 3 TCU 21,
No. 4 Wisconsin 19

Fiesta Bowl
Glendale, AZ
Jan. 1
5:30 p.m.
ESPN
No. 9 Oklahoma 48,
No. 25 Connecticut 20

Orange Bowl
Miami, FL
Jan. 3
5:00 p.m.
ESPN
No. 5 Stanford 40,
No. 12 Virginia Tech 12

Sugar Bowl
New Orleans, LA
Jan. 4
5:00 p.m.
ESPN
No. 6 Ohio State 31,
No. 8 Arkansas 26

GoDaddy.com Bowl
Mobile, AL
Jan. 6
5:00 p.m.
ESPN
Miami (OH) 35,
Middle Tennessee 21

Cotton Bowl
Arlington, TX
Jan. 7
5:00 p.m.
FOX
No. 11 LSU 41,
No. 18 Texas A&M 24

BBVA Compass Bowl
Birmingham, AL
Jan. 8
9:00 a.m.
ESPN
Pittsburgh 27,
Kentucky 10

Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl
San Francisco, CA
Jan. 9
6:00 p.m.
ESPN
No. 13 Nevada 20,
Boston College 13

BCS Championship
Glendale, AZ
Jan. 10
5:00 p.m.
ESPN
No. 1 Auburn 22,
No. 2 Oregon 19

Hill to the Cavs? The best and biggest deal for the Kings is...

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Hill to the Cavs? The best and biggest deal for the Kings is...

Is the George Hill era in Sacramento coming to and end? According to Shams Charania, the Kings might have an interested party in the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Hill signed a massive three-year, $57 million deal with Sacramento over the summer, but has yet to live up to the contract. Through 37 games, Hill is posting 10.5 points and 2.7 assists per game for Sacramento. Those numbers are down from 16.9 points and 4.2 assists he averaged last season as a member of the Utah Jazz.

If a deal between the two teams is going to happen, it might be more complex than just shipping the 31-year-old to Cleveland on the next flight. Here is a look at a couple of possibilities without going into potential 3-way deals.

BEST DEAL FOR KINGS

Kings receive: Jae Crowder (3-years, $22 million), Iman Shumpert (2-year, $21.4 million - year-two a player option at $11 million)

Cavs receive: George Hill (3-year, $57 million), Malachi Richardson (2-year, $3 million with team option for third year)

Why Kings make deal: They land a very serviceable forward that instantly fills the team’s biggest need. At 27-years-old, Crowder is affordable and under contract for another two seasons, although he’s really struggled in his first season in Cleveland. Shumpert is coming off an injury and would likely opt out of his final year.

Why Cavs make deal: Hill instantly improves their backcourt. He can play the one of the two either as a starter or off the bench. Giving up tow wings might not be the best option, but Sacramento is going to want something of value back. Richardson is thrown into the deal to make salaries match.

BEST DEAL FOR CAVS

Kings receive: Channing Frye (1-year, $7.4 million) Iman Shumpert (2-year, $21.4 million - 2018-19 contract a player option at $11 million)

Cavs Receive: George Hill (3-year, $57 million), Malachi Richardson (2-year, $3 million with team option for third year)

Why Kings make deal: Kings give up an asset in Richardson, but they shed Hill’s $19 million owed for 2018-19 season. If Shumpert opts in, the Kings still save $8 million off the books for next season.

Why Cavs make deal: Basically, they land Hill for a couple of spare parts. Richardson is

BIG DEAL

Kings receive: Jae Crowder (3-years, $22 million), Channing Frye (1-year, $7.4 million) Iman Shumpert (2-year, $21.4 million - 2018-19 contract a player option at $11 million)

Cavs receive: George Hill (3-year, $57 million), Kosta Koufos (2-year, $17 million with player option for second year), Malachi Richardson (2-year, $3 million with team option for third year)

Why Kings make deal: They land Crowder and a get out of jail free card on Hill’s contract. Koufos can opt out of his deal at the end of the season and the Kings get nothing. Throwing in Richardson isn’t ideal, but the Kings are deep at the two and they have to match roster spots.

Why Cavs make deal: They get an upgrade in the backcourt in Hill. They are also rumored to be in the market for a big and Koufos is a much more affordable option than DeAndre Jordan.

Did Quakes pull off 'steal' of MLS SuperDraft in Danny Musovski?

Did Quakes pull off 'steal' of MLS SuperDraft in Danny Musovski?

Not too long ago, former UNLV standout Danny Musovski was the darling of the mock draft. 

And rightfully so -- with 47 career goals in 88 appearances with the Runnin' Rebels, Musovski possesses a knack and nose for the goal that no MLS team can have enough of and thus an early selection in the MLS SuperDraft was expected. 

So when you examine the San Jose Earthquakes' first day of the 2018 SuperDraft, their selection of Musovski can be viewed one of two ways: it's either the steal/ best value of Day 1 at No. 30 or you're skeptical of why the 22-year-old who many experts had going in the top 10 fell all the way down the Quakes in the second round. 

Judging by the way those who know Musovski talk about him, it sounds like Earthquakes fans can lean toward the former. 

"Danny is a striker that we actually saw as one of the biggest prospects considering that over four years he had scored around 50 goals," said San Jose general manager Jesse Fioranelli via press release. "He is a player that we already knew because he was inside of our ecosystem. We are excited to have him at the club."

Fioranelli is talking about Musovski's time with San Jose Premier Developement League affiliate, Burlingame Dragons FC, in 2016 where the forward made a huge impact on a squad that made the PDL postseason fresh off his 12-goal year with UNLV. 

"Quakes got a steal by drafting Danny at No. 30," said his former Dragons FC head coach Eric Bucchere -- who spent last season as an assistant with San Jose affiliate Reno 1868 and founded Path2Pro Soccer thereafter. 

"He's an MLS-ready player with pace, a good soccer brain and knack for scoring goals," Bucchere said, adding that yes, perhaps Musovski's work during the combine wasn't steller, but those two days shouldn't overshadow the striker's upside. "Sometimes it's obvious why a player is good at scoring goals and sometimes you have to watch a player during the course of an entire season to really appreciate what makes him so good." 

There are some experts who point to Chris Wondolowski as a comporable skillset and physical build to Musovski -- a player who no-doubt can find the back of the net but won't blow you away with his athleticism. 

"The last point is that Danny showed more enthusiasm than any other player to join the organization, which was a determining factor for him to join us," Fioranelli said. 

Musovski was a four-year starter and two-time All-America selection for UNLV and the first Rebel to be selected in the Super Draft since Bradley Kamdem in 2016. During his senior season in 2017, he scored 15 goals (good for fourth in the nation) and added six assists in 16 appearances, earning Third Team All-America, First Team All-West Region, First Team All-Western Athletic Conference and Western Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year honors.

Time, and training camp, will tell if Musovski will make an immediate impact with the main club. But he'll definitely have a spot with Reno 1868, the Quakes United Soccer League affiliate known for scoring goals in (record-setting) bunches.