Boseko Lokombo (#25) returns an interception against Cal November 10.Thursday night's Fiesta Bowl (8:30 p.m. Eastern, TSN2) between the Oregon Ducks and the Kansas State Wildcats is one of the most anticipated NCAA bowl games of this season, and for good reason; until both teams suffered upset losses late in the season, they looked potentially on course to meet in the national championship game. It should be fascinating to watch the Ducks' explosive offence against Kansas State's vaunted defence, and there's high-profile star power aplenty on both sidelines, from coaches (Oregon's Chip Kelly, potentially in his last college game before leaving for an NFL job, and Kansas State's Bill Snyder, who's managed to make the Wildcats an unlikely national contender in two separate coaching stints) to running backs (Oregon's Kenjon Barner and De'Anthony Thomas) to quarterbacks (Kansas State's Collin Klein, Oregon's Marcus Mariota). For CFL fans and fans of Canadian talent, though, there's yet another reason to tune in. Oregon's starting strong-side linebacker, junior Boseko Lokombo, just happens to be Canadian and the top-ranked prospect for the 2013 CFL draft.Read More »from Top-ranked CFL prospect Boseko Lokombo set to shine for Oregon in Fiesta Bowl
Andrew Bucholtz is a Canadian football blogger for Yahoo! Sports.