Lunchtime Links

The Mountain West clinched yet another Bowl Challenge Cup. Now Nevada is the only non-AQ left to play during the bowl season, with hopes of giving the WAC a 2-2 mark.

On to some links:

Miami (Ohio) capped a historic season with a bowl win against Middle Tennessee.

Blue Raiders running back Phillip Tanner hit two marks in the loss.

Miami (Ohio) quarterback Austin Boucher got an extra special gift for being named MVP of the GoDaddy.com Bowl.

Boise State offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin has interviewed for the same job as Texas.

It appears Tulsa coach Todd Graham might not be a finalist for the Pittsburgh job. Graham, for his part, will not entertain any talk about Pittsburgh.

Former Ball State defensive line coach Phil Burnett has posted his resume on Twitter, hoping to find a job.

San Diego State coach Brady Hoke hasn't signed his contract extension with the school yet.

The Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl in San Francisco will feel like a home game for Nevada.

Bronco Mendenhall and Kyle Whittingham have to gut up and make the tough calls, Gordon Monson of The Salt Lake Tribune writes.

Excellent piece from Vai Sikahema on the Robert Anae you might not know, in The Deseret News.

UCF coach George O'Leary got $400,000 in bonuses for the Knights' 11-win season.