So who's left? Gator Hoskins, who scored his 14th and 15th touchdowns of his scintillating senior season. He set up his second touchdown, the one that put the game away, with a 28-yarder on third-and-11.
On that play, he had the third-and-11 conquered, but he wasn't done - he dragged two defenders pretty much the rest of the distance. It symbolized the efforts of a senior class Holliday had come to love.
"We wanted to accomplish two things with this bowl," Holliday said. "Number one, send the seniors out the right way. We have a great group of seniors - we don't have a lot of them. I have a great group of guys including Baz and Gator [sitting] there that played their best football their senior year, and Taliaferro and a couple of them."
But Bazzie said the effort and the victory wasn't just about him and his fellow seniors. He called it his final opportunity to give back to his younger teammates.
"I just knew it was the last go-around for me, but it was a new beginning for the underclassmen," Bazzie said. "And I just wanted them to understand that this carries over into the next season. You show a great performance, you go on to the next season with confidence, with great chemistry."
And with a big senior class, both in quantity and size of achievements already recorded. You can start with Cato and receiver Tommy Shuler, throw in center Chris Jasperse, tight end Eric Frohnapfel, linebacker Jermaine Holmes and Neville Hewitt and cornerback Darryl Roberts. Oh yeah, did we mention Rouse?
This group isn't shooting for a mere 10-4 season and division championship, but Friday's result provides a solid springboard to 2014.
"We've got a great nucleus back," Holliday said. "This will help us going into the offseason, our guys will have a little bounce in their step, they'll have a lot of confidence. We've got a lot of players back.
"We've got to coach the heck out of them, because we've got a shot at being really good next year, too."
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