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Our staff breaks down the entire bowl season with analysis from every game.
- Tulsa All-AAC DT Player enters transfer portal
- FCS school UC Davis shocks heavy favorite Tulsa
- Tulsa, Mississippi State to review bowl brawl
- Tulsa's Collins named top defender, enters draft
From postgame celebrations to the best on-field moments, follow along for the highlights of bowl season.
Tulsa defensive tackle Jaxon Player, who led the Golden Hurricane in tackles for loss this season, has entered the transfer portal.
Bowl season is upon us. Here's what you need to know about every game, through the College Football Playoff.
— Tulsa cornerback Tyon Davis thinks his team needs a little adversity to get themselves going.
— Davis Brin passed for 244 yards and a touchdown, three different ball carriers also scored and Tulsa fended off SMU 34-31 in a see-saw game to end the regular season on Saturday.
— Davis Brin threw two first-half touchdown passes as Tulsa rolled to a 27-0 lead and cruised to a 44-10 win over Temple on Saturday.
— Shamari Brooks scored on a 15-yard run in overtime and Tulsa overcame four turnovers to defeat Tulane 20-13 on Saturday.
— Tulsa’s Steven Anderson fumbled as he was reaching for the goal line on fourth-and-goal from the 1, Jabari Taylor recovered for a touchback and No. 2 Cincinnati held off Tulsa 28-20 on Saturday.
Week 10 comes following the first College Football Playoff rankings. The Bearcats were snubbed, landing at No. 6. Surely that will be a topic for the fans in Cincinnati.
— Tai Lavatai scored a game-winning touchdown from the 1-yard lin e in the fourth quarter and Navy defeated Tulsa 20-17 on Friday night.
— Shamari Brooks scored on a 3-yard run with 47-seconds to play, lifting Tulsa to a 32-31 win over South Florida on Saturday.
— Anthony Watkins ran for a 44-yard touchdown with 4:28 remaining to help Tulsa beat Memphis 35-29 on Saturday night.
— Freshman Alton McCaskill scored a career-best three touchdowns — all in the first half — and Clayton Tune passed for 241 yards and a pair of scores as Houston defeated Tulsa 45-10 on Friday night.