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From the New Orleans Bowl to the national championship game in the Fiesta Bowl and every game in between, ESPN.com has the bowl season covered.
The Buckeyes were the best team on the field.
Maisel: Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
Ohio State may not always be pretty to watch, but Tresselball isn't designed to be pretty. It's designed to win.
Wojciechowski: But seriously, folks. . .
Miami C Brett Romberg is as funny off the field as he is serious on it.
Wojciechowski: The little QB who could
Ohio State QB Craig Krenzel does few things that make your head turn. All he does is win.
Maisel: Miami's ruling prince
Miami's Larry Coker doesn't intimidate players, bully the media or scowl naturally. Instead, Coker is the nice guy who's finishing first.
Wojciechowski: Where's the love?
The 'Canes have been silent as critics attacked their program. On Friday, they plan to answer back.
Ohio, Florida governors bet on Tostitos Fiesta Bowl
The governor whose team loses the national college championship has a dress code when state leaders get
together next year.
OSU's bid for title paying off big for Tressel
Ohio State coach Jim Tressel is assured of making more than $800,000 this year, including almost $200,000 in
bonuses for leading the Buckeyes to the national championship game against Miami.
Dorsey quiet, but his play spoke volumes
Ken Dorsey may not like to talk about postseason awards, but his teammates are more than happy to tell how great their QB was this season.
Fiesta Bowl viewers guide
Miami has one of the best offenses in the country, and holding it in check will be the key for Ohio State.
2002-03 Bowl schedule
The 2002-03 bowl season is right around the corner. Here's the lineup from New Orleans to Tempe.
2002-2003 BCS Standings
The final 2002 Bowl Championship Series standings.