The previous season of the Seattle Bowl presented two great teams of Demon Deacons from Wake Forest University and Oregon Ducks from University of Oregon. The Seattle Bowl tickets were abundantly sold because the Seattle Bowl was considered as a much awaited event.
The team of Wake Forest University was ranked eighth nationally in rushing offense, averaging 239.9 yards a game. The Deacons ran for 256 against Oregon, even with their early emphasis on the passing game. During the first quarter of the Seattle Bowl, the Oregon Ducks' Jared Siegel had a 45-yard field goal. However, the Demon Deacons answered it with a seven-play, 65-yard drive, topped by Ovie Mughelli's 1-yard run. The first quarter of the Seattle Bowl ended with a lead score of Wake Forest’s Demon Deacons by 7-3. In the second quarter of the Seattle Bowl, James MacPherson fared batter, hitting Jason Anderson with a 57-yard scoring pass early in the second quarter to push Demon Deacons' lead to 14-3. In addition to this, James MacPherson added a 1-yard touchdown dash with 2:40 left before halftime. Moreover, Kellen Clemens hit Samie Parker with a 7-yard scoring strike to make it 21-10 with 26 seconds left in the half. The second quarter of the Seattle Bowl ended with a score of 14-7, Demon Deacons.
Matt Wisnosky was successful in having a 43-yard goal for Wake Forest’s Demon Deacons with 9:37 remaining in the third quarter of the Seattle Bowl. This was followed by Matt Floberg’s 1-yard run with 5:39 remaining in the third quarter. In addition to this, Jason Anderson of Wake Forest University had a 63-yard pass form MacPherson with 2:02 remaining in the third quarter of the exciting, Seattle Bowl. The Seattle Bowl continued its fourth quarter with Chris Barclay adding a 12-yard touchdown run to close the game of the 2002 Seattle Bowl.
The Seattle Bowl of the 2002 season ended with a 38-17 victory of the Wake Forest University’s Demon Deacons football team over the University of Oregon’s Oregon Ducks football team. The Seattle Bowl was held successfully as both teams strived and gave their best shots. The fans and supporters were delighted because Seattle Bowl was really an exciting game.
The Seattle Bowl provides a great game that everyone could really enjoy. The Seattle Bowl tickets of the previous Seattle Bowl season were sold abundantly because it is indeed a much awaited event. Furthermore, the Seattle Bowl tickets open a doorway to fun, exciting and great sports entertainment.
No one showed up to the bowl games in Hawaii so Jeep determined to move operations to the balmy climate of Seattle. The Cardinal and Georgia Tech signed on early on and will square off in what should be a high-scoring and highly amusing bowl with tons of offense and some interesting coaching subplots. Georgia Tech lost last year's Peach Bowl to LSU after losing offensive manager Ralph Friedgen to Maryland. This year, the Yellow Jackets have three troubles to deal with. The first is the loss of head coach George O'Leary to Notre Dame and the second being a terrible finish to its regular season losing to rivals Georgia and Florida State in back-to-back weeks. Now they must wok it out with the loss of star RB Joe Burns who flunked out of school.
You can view our real-time inventory of Seattle Bowl Tickets online and buy tickets 24 hours a day through BarrysTickets.com. All Seattle Bowl Tickets orders, and every pre-order with BarrysTickets.com, are 200% money back guarantee. Most of our Seattle Bowl Tickets will be shipped via FedEx.
We have been offering our clients with the best Seattle Bowl Tickets to all College Football Bowl games, including all other Seattle Bowls across the world since 1985. BarrysTickets.com is a licensed Seattle Bowl Tickets broker and a member of the Better Business Bureau. If you need some additional help or discuss Seattle Bowl Tickets with our customer service, just give us a call or to e-mail us as soon as possible.