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    导出博客文章Note: All times EasternEditors note: Boston College, Northern Illinois, UCLA and
    Vanderbilt are projected to have 5-7 records in Mark Schlabachs projections but
    received bowl invitations based on Academic Progress Ratings rankings. Army is
    projected to finish 6-6 with two wins over FCS opponents, and Hawaii is
    projected to finish 6-7, but both also qualified based on APR ratings.College
    Football Playoff semifinalsCollege Football Playoff semifinal at the Chick-fil-A
    Peach BowlGeorgia Dome, Atlanta Dec. 31, time TBD (ESPN)Schlabach:?Alabama vs.
    Washington McMurphy:?Alabama vs. Ohio StateCollege Football Playoff semifinal at
    the PlayStation Fiesta BowlUniversity of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona Dec.
    31, time TBD (ESPN)Schlabach:?Clemson vs. Michigan McMurphy:?Clemson vs.
    WashingtonCollege Football Playoff National ChampionshipRaymond James Stadium,
    Tampa, Florida Jan. 9, 2017, time TBD (ESPN)Schlabach: Alabama vs. Michigan
    McMurphy: Ohio State vs. WashingtonBowl scheduleGildan New Mexico BowlUniversity
    Stadium, Albuquerque, New Mexico 2 p.m. Dec. 17 (ESPN)Schlabach:?New Mexico vs.
    Texas San Antonio McMurphy: New Mexico vs. Texas San AntonioLas Vegas
    Bowl?Presented by GeicoSam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas 3:30 p.m. Dec. 17
    (ABC)Schlabach:?San Diego State vs. Arizona State McMurphy:?Boise State vs.
    Arizona StateRaycom Media Camellia BowlCramton Bowl, Montgomery, Alabama 5:30
    p.m. Dec. 17 (ESPN)Schlabach:?Troy vs. Central Michigan McMurphy:?Appalachian
    State vs. Central MichiganAutoNation Cure BowlCamping World Stadium, Orlando,
    Florida 7 p.m. Dec. 17 (CBSSN)Schlabach:?UCF vs. Idaho McMurphy: Army vs. South
    AlabamaR+L Carriers New Orleans BowlMercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans 9 p.m.
    Dec. 17 (ESPN)Schlabach:?Appalachian State vs. Middle Tennessee? McMurphy:?Troy
    vs. Old DominionMiami Beach BowlMarlins Park, Miami 2:30 p.m. Dec. 19
    (ESPN)Schlabach: Houston vs. Toledo McMurphy:?UCF vs. OhioBoca Raton BowlFAU
    Stadium, Boca Raton, Florida 7 p.m. Dec. 20 (ESPN)Schlabach:?Old Dominion vs.
    Tulsa McMurphy: ?Louisiana Tech vs. MemphisSan Diego County Credit Union
    Poinsettia BowlQualcomm Stadium, San Diego 9 p.m. Dec. 21 (ESPN)Schlabach: BYU
    vs. Wyoming McMurphy: BYU vs. WyomingFamous Idaho Potato BowlAlbertsons Stadium,
    Boise, Idaho 7 p.m. Dec. 22 (ESPN)Schlabach: Miami (Ohio) vs. Colorado State
    McMurphy:?Colorado State vs. Miami (Ohio)Popeyes Bahamas BowlThomas A. Robinson
    National Stadium, Nassau, Bahamas 1 p.m. Dec. 23 (ESPN)Schlabach:?Western
    Kentucky vs. Memphis McMurphy:?North Texas vs. TulsaLockheed Martin Armed Forces
    BowlAmon G. Carter Stadium, Fort Worth, Texas 4:30 p.m. Dec. 23
    (ESPN)Schlabach:?Baylor vs. Navy McMurphy:?Baylor vs. NavyDollar General
    BowlLadd-Peebles Stadium, Mobile, Alabama 8 p.m. Dec. 23 (ESPN)Schlabach:
    Arkansas State vs. Ohio McMurphy:?Arkansas State vs. ToledoHawaii BowlAloha
    Stadium, Honolulu 8 p.m. Dec. 24 (ESPN)Schlabach: Louisiana Tech vs. Boise State
    McMurphy: Western Kentucky vs. HawaiiSt. Petersburg BowlTropicana Field, St.
    Petersburg, Florida 11 a.m. Dec. 26 (ESPN)Schlabach:?Vanderbilt vs. South
    Florida ? McMurphy: Vanderbilt vs. HoustonQuick Lane BowlFord Field, Detroit
    2:30 p.m. Dec. 26 (ESPN)Schlabach:?Eastern Michigan vs. Maryland McMurphy:
    Boston College vs. MarylandCamping World Independence BowlIndependence Stadium,
    Shreveport, Louisiana 5 p.m. Dec. 26 (ESPN2)Schlabach:?Boston College vs. South
    Carolina McMurphy:?NC State vs. South CarolinaZaxbys Heart of Dallas BowlCotton
    Bowl Stadium, Dallas Noon Dec. 27 (ESPN)Schlabach: Hawaii vs. North Texas
    McMurphy:?Eastern Michigan vs. Middle TennesseeMilitary Bowl presented by
    Northrop GrummanNavy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Maryland 3:30
    p.m. Dec. 27 (ESPN)Schlabach: Georgia Tech vs. Temple McMurphy:?Pittsburgh vs.
    TempleNational Funding Holiday BowlQualcomm Stadium, San Diego 7 p.m. Dec. 27
    (ESPN)Schlabach:?Minnesota vs. Washington State McMurphy: Iowa vs. UtahMotel 6
    Cactus BowlChase Field, Phoenix 10:15 p.m. Dec. 27 (ESPN)Schlabach:?UCLA vs. TCU
    McMurphy:?San Diego State vs. TexasNew Era Pinstripe BowlYankee Stadium, New
    York 2 p.m. Dec. 28 (ESPN)Schlabach: Pittsburgh vs. Northwestern McMurphy:?Miami
    vs. MinnesotaRussell Athletic BowlCamping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida 5:30
    p.m. Dec. 28 (ESPN)Schlabach: Virginia Tech vs. West Virginia McMurphy:?Virginia
    Tech vs. West VirginiaFoster Farms BowlLevis Stadium, Santa Clara, California
    8:30 p.m. Dec. 28 (Fox)Schlabach:?Indiana vs. Stanford? McMurphy:?Stanford vs.
    NorthwesternAdvoCare V100 Texas BowlNRG Stadium, Houston 9 p.m. Dec. 28
    (ESPN)Schlabach:?Kansas State vs. Texas A&M McMurphy: Kansas State vs.
    AuburnBirmingham BowlLegion Field, Birmingham, Alabama 2 p.m. Dec. 29
    (ESPN)Schlabach: Army vs. Kentucky McMurphy:?USF vs. Ole MissBelk BowlBank of
    America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina 5:30 p.m. Dec. 29
    (ESPN)Schlabach:?Arkansas vs. North Carolina McMurphy:?Arkansas vs. North
    CarolinaValero Alamo BowlAlamodome, San Antonio 9 p.m. Dec. 29
    (ESPN)Schlabach:?Oklahoma State vs. Colorado McMurphy:?Oklahoma vs.
    ColoradoAutoZone Liberty BowlLiberty Bowl, Memphis, Tennessee Noon Dec. 30
    (ESPN)Schlabach: Texas vs. Ole Miss McMurphy: Kentucky vs. TCUHyundai Sun
    BowlSun Bowl Stadium, El Paso, Texas 2 p.m. Dec. 30 (CBS)Schlabach: Wake Forest
    vs. Utah McMurphy:?Wake Forest vs. Washington StateFranklin American Mortgage
    Music City BowlNissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee 3:30 p.m. Dec. 30
    (ESPN)Schlabach: Georgia vs. Iowa McMurphy:?Georgia vs. IndianaNOVA Home Loans
    Arizona BowlArizona Stadium, Tucson, Arizona 5:30 p.m. Dec. 30 (Campus
    Insiders)Schlabach:?Northern Illinois vs. Air Force McMurphy:?Idaho vs. Air
    ForceCapital One Orange Bowl?Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida 8 p.m.
    Dec. 30 (ESPN)Schlabach:?Louisville vs. Ohio State McMurphy:?Louisville vs.
    MichiganBuffalo Wild Wings Citrus BowlCamping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida 11
    a.m. Dec. 31 (ABC)Schlabach:?Florida State vs. Auburn McMurphy:?Florida State
    vs. Texas A&MTaxSlayer Bowl?EverBank Field, Jacksonville, Florida 11 a.m.
    Dec. 31 (ESPN)Schlabach: Miami vs. Florida McMurphy: Georgia Tech vs. LSUOutback
    BowlRaymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida 1 p.m. Jan. 2 (ABC)Schlabach: Nebraska
    vs. LSU McMurphy:?Nebraska vs. FloridaGoodyear Cotton Bowl Classic?AT&T
    Stadium, Arlington, Texas 1 p.m. Jan. 2 (ESPN)Schlabach:?Western Michigan vs.
    Penn State? McMurphy:?Western Michigan vs. Penn StateRose Bowl Game presented by
    Northwestern MutualRose Bowl, Pasadena, California 5 p.m. Jan. 2
    (ESPN)Schlabach:?Wisconsin ?vs. USC McMurphy:?Wisconsin vs. USCAllstate Sugar
    BowlMercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans Jan. 2, 8:30 p.m.
    (ESPN)Schlabach:?Tennessee vs. Oklahoma McMurphy: Tennessee vs. Oklahoma State
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    Olympics closing ceremony, where Japans prime minister popped out dressed as the
    red-hatted plumber Super Mario?Zero.The Japanese video game maker behind Pokemon
    and Zelda got the coveted stage that corporate sponsors pay millions for after
    they were approached by those creating the festivities for cooperation, not the
    other way around, says Nintendo Co. spokesman Yasuhiro Minagawa.I want to make
    that clear. We did not pay, he said in a telephone interview. And we are not
    going to become Olympic sponsors either.Prime Minister Shinzo Abes emergence in
    a Super Mario costume was the highlight of the handover section for Tokyo, the
    host of the 2020 games.The segment was so favorably received in Japan as
    surprisingly playful and tasteful, given the staidness usually associated with
    Japan Inc., that Abe earned a new nickname, Abe-Mario.Tokyo city official
    Masahiro Hayashi said Japans top advertising company Dentsu Inc. was tapped to
    produce the handover segment, with a total budget for the Rio Olympics and the
    Paralympics of 1.2 billion yen ($12 million).He refused to say how much Dentsu
    was paid, or give other details.The city of Tokyo and the organizing committee
    are under intense pressure to trim costs, which have ballooned over thhe years,
    partly because of the weakening yen but also because planning fiascos, such as
    decisions to redo designs for both the main stadium and the Tokyo 2020
    logo.dddddddddddd.Organizing committee spokesman Motoki Okumura would not give
    details of the spending for the closing ceremony. Dentsu also declined to
    comment.Top Olympic sponsors pay millions of dollars to the IOC for permission
    to promote their brands to a massive global audience. Nintendo just did it for
    free. With Japans prime minister as their pitchman. Easily the marketing coup of
    the Rio games, said Bob Dorfman, a sports marketing analyst and creative
    director at Baker Street Advertising of San Francisco.Purists might feel the
    commercial branding was a bit overdone, and argue for other ways to promote
    Japanese culture, according to Dorfman, who has lived in Japan.But gaming and
    anime are certainly major aspects of modern Japan, and Mario is a universal
    icon. As someone who doesnt take sports or the Olympics too seriously, I found
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