Bloodied & Beaten - Bowling Green defeats South Alabama in Camellia Bowl

While Head Coach Joey Jones looked on with a bloodied nose, South Alabama battled back only to let a late lead slip away in the program's first ever FBS bowl game. MarkRogersTV recounts the sideline incident and, more importantly, an entertaining game as Bowling Green used a young and talented offensive group to pull out the Camallia Bowl in the final minute, 33-28. The Falcons finally finished off the Jags one play after South Alabama took its first lead when James Knapke went up top to Roger Lewis for a 78-yard TD. USA still had two late chances, but were turned away on a Jude Adjel-Barimah interception and a roughing the kicker penalty to close the deal . Mark also looks ahead to 2015 and runs down key personnel moves for both the Falcons and Jaguars, as well as a host of quality non-conference opponents