Arizona 31, BYU 21 I honestly wasn't that surprised. ND 49, Hawaii 21 (it was 42-7 at one point) I don't like Weis or Clausen (or any ND player that I know of), but I think this was a big win for them. Hawaii had won three straight Hawaii Bowls in a row, while ND hadn't won a bowl in 15 years--entering the game, ND had an NCAA-record of nine straight bowl losses. In the first half alone, Clausen broke the all-time ND bowl record for passing yards. Clausen finished 22 of 26 (84.6%), 401 yards, 5 TDs, zero Ints. Granted, Hawaii is a team that lost 56-10 to Florida this year, but ND isn't that great either (they finished the regular season 6-6). WV 31, UNC 30 Lou Holtz was saying it's a disappointing loss for UNC, but I don't think so (maybe Holtz still hates Miami and its former coaches for all the headaches the Miami/ND games gave him when he was at ND). UNC was 4-8 last year. They finished 8-4 this year. It looks like Butch Davis and UNC is on the up-and-up. As for WV, their victory is not as impressive as their 48-28 victory over 11-2 OU last year (Fiesta Bowl) or their 38-35 victory over 10-2 Georgia in 2005 (Sugar Bowl). FSU 42, Wisconsin 13 FSU beat down a 7-5 Wisconsin team (Wisconsin lost three of their games by 3 points or less, including their loss against #14 Ohio State and their loss against #22 MSU). I think it's a pretty big win for the 'Noles, giving their fans a little taste of how they used to be in the 90's.