Posted December 2nd, 2007 by Brian
Filed under: Bowls, Football

2007 Holiday Bowl
Arizona State #11 Arizona State (10-2)
vs. #19 Texas (9-3)
Dec. 27, 7:00 p.m. (ESPN)
Texas

Texas’ 2007 season will end with another trip to San Diego to play in the Pacific Life [tag]Holiday Bowl[/tag] (tickets) on December 27th. There the Horns will face a tough match-up with the eleventh ranked [tag]Arizona State[/tag] Sun Devils out of the Pac-10. The defense will definitely have it’s hands full with ASU’s offense and their excellent QB Rudy Carpenter. On paper it looks like this one could be another wild, high scoring Holiday Bowl.

Keep your browser tuned in to Bevo Sports as we’ll be providing further analysis on the game and covering all the latest news right up until kickoff.

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4 Comments

  1. reply to  #1

    Rodney

    It will be another long day for you because we have not made any major moves to our coaching staff. I don’t know if anyone is looking. OU will be even better next year. They have a young talented team coming back. We have some very good talent coming into Austin as well. We must have great coaches that put them in the right situations to make plays. Gregg Davis will not do it! He’s scared to throw the ball down the field. Can anyone help me out here? Why when our Defensive end that play at Texas go the NFL, They get sacks? But at Texas we can’t get any pressure on the QB.

  2. reply to  #2

    Hook'Em Horns

    We have Brian Orakpo. When he is in the game he gets alot of pressure, but frank okam was supposed to be a monster and has not. Eddie Jones is young, but they bring him back into pass coverage way to much.

  3. reply to  #3

    Chuck

    TX is a good team every year. Not good enough to beat OU every year…..but good enough. You can’t win them all! As I think TX is talented enough to beat ASU, I hope you guys don’t. But I always root for big 12.

  4. reply to  #4

    Brian

    Rodney, I don’t what defensive ends you’re talking about but Tim Crowder and Brian Robison both just finished very successful careers at Texas where the only thing that held them back (particularly Robison) was injuries.

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