Charlie Neibergall, File, Associated Press
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Oklahoma State and Stanford will not get a chance to play for a national championship.
They will play in what could be the most exciting bowl of the season: The Fiesta Bowl.
With two of the nation's best teams, explosive offenses and prolific quarterbacks, the third-ranked Cowboys and fourth-ranked Cardinal figure to put on quite a show at University of Phoenix Stadium on Monday night.
The teams' quarterbacks will take center stage in their final games.
Stanford's Andrew Luck is a two-time runner-up for the Heisman Trophy and the projected No. 1 overall NFL draft pick.
Oklahoma State's Brandon Weeden is no slouch, either, a former minor league baseball player who can make all the throws.
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