How has the rest of Big Ten football fared during bowl season?

How has the rest of Big Ten football fared during bowl season?

Ohio State Football isn’t the only Big Ten team to bowl in 2022.

The Big Ten will have two reps in the college football playoffs for the first time, while seven other conference teams will end their seasons in a bowl game.

Here’s how the rest of the Big Ten Conference fared in bowl games in 2022.

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Guaranteed Rate Bowl: Wisconsin 24, Oklahoma State 17

Wisconsin running back Braelon Allen (0) scores a touchdown against Oklahoma State during the second half of the NCAA Rate Guaranteed college football game on Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2022 in Phoenix. Wisconsin 24-17.

With newly hired Luke Fickell on the sidelines, Wisconsin earned its seventh win of the 2022 season with 258 rushing yards against Oklahoma State.

The Badgers were led by running back Braelon Allen, who rushed for 116 yards on 22 carries, including a 20-yard touchdown in the third quarter.

Wisconsin held a 24-7 lead going into the fourth quarter and gave Oklahoma State 10 unanswered points in the fourth quarter but managed to hold on to the program’s third straight win.

Pinstripe Bowl: Minnesota 28, Syracuse 20

Minnesota defensive back Coleman Bryson, center, reacts after being named MVP against Syracuse during the NCAA Pinstripe Bowl college football game on Thursday, Dec. 29, 2022 in New York City. (TBEN Photo/Adam Hunger)

While Minnesota could only muster 215 offensive yards against Syracuse, the Golden Gophers ended their season with a Pinstripe Bowl win over the Orange.

With two touchdown connections between quarterback Tanner Morgan and wide receiver Daniel Jackson and a four-yard score by running back Mohamed Ibrahim, Coleman Bryson answered a Garrett Shrader interception from 70 yards for a touchdown to carry Minnesota to an eight-point win. to help.

Minnesota allowed 477 yards of offense, including 147 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns by Shrader.

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Duke’s Mayo Bowl: Maryland 16, NC State 12

Maryland quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa (3) appears to pass as North Carolina State linebacker Payton Wilson (11) and defensive tackle Davin Vann approach during the first half of the Duke’s Mayo college football game NCAA Bowl in Charlotte, North Carolina on Friday, December 30, 2022 (TBEN Photo/Nell Redmond)

Maryland emerged victorious, beating NC State for the Terrapins’ first consecutive bowl winning streak in consecutive seasons since 1984–85.

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Maryland needed 342 yards on offense and just one touchdown — a 19-yard touchdown from Taulia Tagovailoa to Octavian Smith Jr. — to beat NC State by four points.

Maryland’s defense limited NC State to four field goals and 296 yards of offense.

Music City Bowl: Iowa 21, Kentucky 0

No conversion after 10 third attempts? No problem for Iowa, which beat Kentucky 21-0 at the Music City Bowl.

The Hawkeyes fought back against the Wildcats after losing 20-17 to Kentucky in the Citrus Bowl last season. Iowa’s Music City Bowl victory is the first since the 2019 Holiday Bowl against USC.

Iowa limited Kentucky to a 185-yard offense while Xavier Nwankpa and Cooper DeJean each returned interceptions to Destin Wade for touchdowns in the second quarter.

CFP semifinal at Fiesta Bowl: No. 3 TCU 51, No. 2 Michigan 45

No. 3 TCU survived Saturday afternoon against No. 2 Michigan to defeat the Wolverines 51-45 in the college football playoff semifinals in the Fiesta Bowl.

The two teams combined for 96 points – the most points ever scored in a Fiesta Bowl – with a total offense of 1,016 yards, including a third- and fourth-quarter streak where TCU and Michigan traded eight touchdowns in eight minutes. .

These are the Big Ten games on the bowl schedule

ReliaQuest Bowl: Illinois vs. Mississippi State; Jan. 2, 12 p.m., ESPN2

Citrus Bowl: Purdue vs. LSU; 1 p.m., Jan. 2, TBEN

Rose Bowl: Penn State vs. Utah; 5 p.m., Jan. 2, ESPN

The Ohio State Football Schedule for 2022

September 3: Ohio State 21, Notre Dame 10

September 10: Ohio State 45, Arkansas State 12

September 17: Ohio State 77, Toledo 21

September 24: Ohio State 52, Wisconsin 21

October 1: Ohio State 49, Rutgers 10

October 8: Ohio State 49, Michigan State 20

Oct. 22: Ohio State 54, Iowa 10

October 29: Ohio turns 44, Penn turns 31

November 5: Ohio State 21, Northwest 7

November 12: Ohio State 56, Indiana 14

November 19: Ohio State 43, Maryland 30

November 26: Michigan 45, Ohio 23

Georgia Football’s schedule for 2022

September 3: Georgia 49, Oregon 3

September 10: Georgia 33, Samford 0

September 17: Georgia 48, South Carolina 7

September 24: Georgia 39, Kent State 22

October 1: Georgia 26, Missouri 22

October 8: Georgia 42, Brown 10

October 15: Georgia 55, Vanderbilt 0

October 29: Georgia 42, Florida 20

November 5: Georgia 27, Tennessee 13

November 12: Georgia 45, Mississippi 19

November 19: Georgia 16, Kentucky 6

November 26: Georgia 37, Georgia Tech 14

Dec. 3: Georgia 50, LSU 30

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