Bowl Blitz Invitational #14: 2011 Sun Bowl — Georgia Tech @ Utah in NCAA Football 12

Today’s second entry comes from another EA SPORTS Game Changer and administrator at The Gaming Tailgate: Tommy Gschwend, better known online by the alias gschwendt on Twitter and other forums.  His take on the BOWL BLITZ INVITATIONAL here at STAT BOX STORIES is a bit different from what we’ve seen from guest contributors so far; we’ll still have the statistics and some screenshot highlights, but Tommy also recorded full game highlights of this showdown between Georgia Tech and Utah.  Enjoy!

2011 marks the 77th edition of the nation’s second oldest bowl game–the Sun Bowl–with a match-up of the Utah Utes and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. These two teams have met once previously, also in a bowl game, during the 2005 Emerald Bowl. In that matchup, Georgia Tech won decisively, 38-10.

On the field, the two teams bring are lead by two recognizable offensive minds in Norm Chow and Paul Johnson. Chow’s offense is a Pro Style attack but makes good use of his mobile quarterback while Johnson is considered a Triple Option guru.

While Utah slightly outmatches Georgia Tech in the ratings between the two teams, the difference is minor which can lead to an anything-can-happen game. I took the reigns of the Yellow Jackets to see what I could produce in a grind-it-out option offense. Watch the full length highlights below or skip further if you want to see how the stat box tells the story.

 

Major kudos to Tommy for this unique take on BOWL BLITZ INVITATIONAL here for STAT BOX STORIES; sometimes, you don’t need words when you have the talent necessary to cut together a full game’s worth of highlights!

Guest Author Bio:

Tommy Gschwend, aka gschwendt (on forums and PSN), is an EA SPORTS Game Changer located in Arkansas. He has been an EA Sports Game Changer since July 2010. The majority of his gaming time is spent with the NCAA Football series but he also plays Tiger Woods PGA Tour and FIFA. He is one of three co-founders of TheGamingTailgate.com. You can follow Tommy on Twitter, @gschwendt or follow @gamingtailgate for NCAA Football news.

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