I just want to note here that unlike ridiculous Gator fans, I'm going to gloat this one time for the year, and that'll be it:
Florida got manhandled by Michigan. That game wasn't nearly as close as the score was. If Mike Hart hadn't fumbled twice literally on the goal line (he had 3 fumbles previously in his entire career) then the score would have been 42-14 at one point and the game would have been basically over.
That being said, I am sad that Hawaii wasn't more competitive. I think a lot of people (including some here) really talk some junk about Hawaii. I was rooting for them. After learning some of the things they have to work against, I think everyone should pull for them to succeed. For instance, Hawaii's entire recruiting budget is 50,000$. Their yearly operating revenue is 7 million. Georgia's yearly PROFIT is 45 million. Just a few things that put things into perspective.
Even though Hawaii got destroyed by Georgia, I'm happy for them because they'll get a couple mil in profits after all the bowl game related expenses, and that'll be a big boost for their school and their program. I hope we get to see more of them, and I hope they start being considered more often by highly ranked prospects, so we can see Hawaii become a real player in the upper ranks of college football