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UCF's Frost named AP Coach of the Year

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Scott Frost is The Associated Press coach of the year after leading UCF to an unbeaten season and a spot in the Peach Bowl.

Frost has already accepted the Nebraska head coaching job, but plans to complete the season with UCF and coach the 10th-ranked Knights against No. 7 Auburn.

Frost received 21 first-place votes and 100 points from 57 Top 25 poll voters who submitted ballots. Kirby Smart of Georgia finished second with seven first-place votes and 55 points. Clemson's Dabo Swinney finished third with seven votes and 38 points.

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Middle Tennessee WR James to turn pro

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (AP) Middle Tennessee wide receiver Richie James has tweeted that he will bypass his final season of eligibility to enter the NFL draft.

James tweeted that, "I am excited about the work in front of me but know I leave MTSU better than when I came."

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Boise tops Ducks, spoils Cristobal debut

LAS VEGAS (AP) Bryan Harsin didn't have to say anything.

Boise State had committed two turnovers that were returned for touchdowns in the final minute of the first half, turning a 24-0 rout in the making into a competitive 24-14 contest and allowing Oregon back into the game.

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Marshall holds off Colorado State 31-28

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) Leading up to the New Mexico Bowl, Marshall wide receiver Tyre Brady kept hearing about Colorado State's explosive offense. Doubters were overlooking the Thundering Herd's own weapons, he thought.

So when Brady's chance came in the second quarter, the junior separated himself from Rams coverages and sprinted to a 76-yard touchdown reception for the first of three big scoring plays that allowed Thundering Herd hold off the Rams 31-28 on Saturday in the New Mexico Bowl.

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Sanders seeks to take ETSU to next level

(STATS) - Being a head coach hasn't been a part of Randy Sanders' distinguished resume, but he's returned home to change that.

ETSU named Sanders as its new football coach Sunday. He succeeds Carl Torbush, who retired on Dec. 8, three years after resurrecting a Buccaneers program that disbanded following the 2003 season.

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Troy rips N. Texas in New Orleans Bowl

NEW ORLEANS (AP) When Troy quarterback Brandon Silvers glanced around the Superdome, his eyes would stop on the name of Archie Manning, who has become one of his mentors, or on spots in the stands where he's sat during games he attended as a fan.

During his next visit, he'll be able to look at spots on the field where he threw four touchdown passes, as well as the end zone where he ran for a short score, to help the Trojans beat North Texas 50-30 in the New Orleans Bowl on Saturday.

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Georgia State beats WKU for 1st bowl win

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) From 0-12 to Cure Bowl champions in four years.

Georgia State's fledgling football program took a bow Saturday, celebrating a 27-17 victory over Western Kentucky - the first postseason win in school history.

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MTSU fends off Arkansas St. in Camellia

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) Brent Stockstill and Middle Tennessee produced a triumphant finish to an injury-riddled season.

Stockstill passed for 232 yards and two touchdowns and the Blue Raiders came up with some key stops to hold off Arkansas State 35-30 in the Camellia Bowl on Saturday night.

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JMU forces 10 TOs in semis rout of SDSU

(STATS) - Whatever hype is about to surround the upcoming NCAA Division I FCS championship game, it won't be enough.

Top-ranked James Madison is headed back to Frisco, Texas, to defend its title after forcing a program-record 10 turnovers off No. 5 seed South Dakota State in a 51-16 semifinal-round demolition at Bridgeforth Stadium on Saturday.

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NC A&T wins Celebration Bowl on QB sneak

ATLANTA (AP) North Carolina A&T won its fourth Historically Black College and University national title Saturday and did it while going unbeaten for the first time.

Lamar Raynard scored on a 1-yard sneak with 38 seconds left and the Aggies won their second Celebration Bowl in three years, defeating Grambling State 21-14.

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