Bison will confront Marshall in the Camellia Bowl on Christmas Day, the Mid-American Gathering reported on Twitter. The game will be played in the Cramton Bowl and be transmission live on ESPN at 2:30 EST. The Bulls and the Roaring Group both lost their individual meeting title games. Wild ox includes a best three scoring offense in the nation, averaging 47.8 focuses per game. Furthermore, Marshall has the country’s third-best all out guard.
Wild ox running back Jaret Patterson has 19 hurrying scores, remembering eight for one game. Patterson has added up to 1,072 hurrying yards behind a hostile line that is permitted only one sack this season. He left the Mid-American title ahead of schedule with a physical issue as the Bulls were held to prepare lows in focuses and hurrying yards.
Marshall won its division prior to losing two-straight. The Roaring Group’s solidarity is its guard. They rank third in yards permitted per game and fifth in scores yielded. Quarterback Award Wells drives the Marshall offense with 18 scores and a 60.8% fruition rate. The two groups haven’t met since 2004, when Marshall won 48-14. It will be the subsequent bowl game in Montgomery in three days, as Memphis and Florida Atlantic will get down to business in the first-since forever Montgomery Bowl on Dec. 23 at 6 p.m. on ESPN.