Tune in at 9:45 PM ET as Baylor takes on UCLA. Gino Bottero will be liveblogging for your enjoyment.
Welcome everyone! I'll be live blogging the 35th annual Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl between the 17th-ranked UCLA Bruins and the Baylor Bears.
You can watch this game live on theScore Television Network.
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley needs 60 yards to break Cade McNown's single-season school record for passing yards.
Bruins running back Johnathan Franklin ranks second in the nation in rushes of 10 yards or more with 54.
UCLA tight end Joseph Fauria leads all tight ends with 11 touchdowns.
The Bruins are 4-0 when both they and their opponent score at least 28 points.
A year ago, Robert Griffin III averaged 384.0 total yards per game in his final season at Baylor. This year, Nick Florence has exceeded that output, averaging 387.7 total yards per game. As a team, the Bears are averaging 578.8 yards of offense per game.
UCLA is fourth in the nation with 44 sacks this season. They have recorded multiple sacks in 12 of 13 games. Baylor is 6-1 on the year when allowing fewer than 2 sacks, and is 1-4 when giving up multiple sacks.
Kickoff scheduled for 9:59 PM ET, 6:59 PM PT.
UCLA will try to pick up their 10th win of the season tonight, something they haven't done since 2005.
ALERT: Duke K Ross Martin just kicked a 52-yard field goal to tie the score in the Belk Bowl, 34-34.
The Holiday Bowl will be broadcast on ESPN News until the completion of the Belk Bowl, at which point the game will switch back to ESPN.
They're about ready to begin in San Diego. Baylor has won the toss and elected to receive.
15:00 No return on the kick.
Nick Florence and the Baylor offense will begin at their 25-yard line.
14:34 Goodley ran for a gain of 5. On 2nd, Florence hit Goodley for a gain of 11 to the BAY 41.
13:37 Florence scrambled for no gain, then a broken play leads to a tackle in the backfield and a loss of 13. Florence lost the football and was lucky to get on top of it. 3rd and 23 coming up.
13:10 FLAG - A personal foul penalty extends the Baylor possession.