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Tulsa wins No Rules, Just Right Beef Bowl Golden Hurricane beef up on first day in Boise, Idaho for the Humanitarian Bowl.
Dec. 30, 2003
Boise, Idaho -
On Tuesday, Tulsa and Georgia Tech participated in the "No Rules, Just Right" Outback Steakhouse Beef Bowl. While everyone else enjoyed one steak, three Tulsa players and three Georgia Tech players had a little more.
In a competition of which team could consume the most steaks, Tulsa was represented by offensive linemen Tyrone Milsap, Blair Frederick and Dustin Traynor.
Led by Traynor, on his sixth steak when the competition ended, the Tulsa trio ate a total of 13.5 steaks, while Georgia Tech tallied 11 steaks.