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PHOENIX (AP) — Jonathan Song kicked a 27-yard field goal in overtime after being replaced for a potential winning kick at the end of regulation, lifting TCU to a wild 10-7 win over California in the Cheez-It Bowl. TCU had a chance to win it in regulation, sending out Song for a 44-yard field goal. He was replaced by Cole Bunce, who hooked the kick wide left. Song won it after TCU had the game's ninth interception to open overtime.

PHOENIX (AP) — California safety Jaylinn Hawkins set a bowl record with three interceptions and was named defensive MVP in the Golden Bears' 10-7 overtime loss to TCU in the interception-filled Cheez-It Bow on Wednesday.

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The Rose Bowl between Ohio State and Washington will mix old and new, as the Big Ten and Pac-12 champions will play in Pasadena for the first time in the College Football Playoff era.

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert says he'll return for his senior season. Herbert announced his decision before the Ducks left Eugene for the Redbox Bowl in Santa Clara, California. Oregon plays Michigan State on Monday. Herbert has thrown for 2,985 yards this season with 28 touchdowns. He's rushed for 173 yards and two TDs.

DALLAS (AP) — As the offenses hum along, defensive coordinator has become the toughest job in college football, often the targets for frustrated fans whose teams just can't seem to get a stop. No. 4 Oklahoma reached the College Football Playoff, where the Sooners will face No. 1 Alabama, after replacing its defensive coordinator halfway through the season. On the bright side, the pay is great. This season nine of the 10 highest paid assistant coaches in college football this season were on the defensive side

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