The shock of the bowl season thus far--apart from Miami's reception of a dry, gloveless UFIA from LSU--was last night's Sugar Bowl, where West Virginia rushed for 382 fucking yards on a Georgia defense that had apparently never faced an option attack before. Just how weird was this?
West Virginia beat Georgia who beat LSU who beat Miami who beat Virginia Tech who beat...West Virginia.
Further proof that while exceedingly interesting , the bowls themselves don't prove much in terms of overall team performance.
Discuss amongst yourselves.