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(34) 2004 Oklahoma - 30
(223) 2004 Louisville - 28
Bobby Petrino's high powered Louisville offense got a big day from running back Michael Bush, but quarterback Stefan LeFors had a rough day against the Sooners.

(162) 1997 Kansas State - 18
(95) 2000 Florida State - 27
The great Michael Bishop exits The Greatest Tournament of All Time for good as his '97 Wildcats fell to Bobby Bowden's Seminoles.


(34) 2004 Oklahoma - 24
(95) 2000 Florida State - 31
Florida State avenged their loss to Oklahoma in the national championship game at the end of the 2000 season by knocking the '04 Sooners out of the tournament.

After scoring just 2 points that fateful day, Chris Weinke and the Seminole offense came out with renewed vigor. In fact, FSU scored on their first play from scrimmage when Weinke went deep to Marvin Minnis for the 77 yard bomb.

Adrian Peterson answered with a 32-yard touchdown run of his own and it was apparent right away this wasn't going to be another 13-2 game. Just three and a half minutes into the game the two teams had each reached paydirt.

Peterson finished the game with 214 yards on 27 carries, but quarterback Jason White got sloppy with the ball down the stretch. White turned the ball over on consecutive drives in the fourth quarter, the second of which led to an Atrews Bell touchdown that turned out to be the game winner.

2000 Florida State (#95 overall seed) advances to the Bracket of Champions. The Seminoles will face the winner of Bracket 31 in the first round.

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