ATLANTA -- After being passed over for a spot in college footballs first playoff, TCU got its consolation prize Sunday: Mississippi in the Peach Bowl. The Horned Frogs (11-1) dropped from third to sixth in the final rankings issued by the selection committee, despite a 55-3 win over Iowa State to earn a share of the Big 12 championship. Bitterly disappointed, it will be interesting to see TCUs reaction when it faces the Rebels (9-3) in the Dec. 31 game at the Georgia Dome. A letdown is certainly possible, but the Horned Frogs could also be highly motivated to put on a performance that shows they were worthy of being in the playoff. Ole Miss handed No. 1 Alabama its only loss and knocked off Mississippi State in the regular-season finale. Black Friday Shoes China . 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Andres Gonzalez, playing in the same group, gave him a high-five and then missed a 12-foot birdie putt that would have knocked Williams out of the top 25 from a four-tournament money list that determines tour cards for next season. "I knew what I had to do. There was no uncertainty in the moment," Williams said. "When you know what you have to do, it almost calms you down a little bit." The last hope for Gonzalez was for Andrew Loupe to make bogey on the final hole. Loupe ran his birdie attempt 5 feet past the hole, and made it coming back for par to join Peterson, his teammate at LSU, on the PGA Tour next month. The tournament wrapped up the inaugural Web.com Tour Finals -- four tournaments in which 25 cards were awarded based on the money list from those events. The tournaments were for the top 75 on the Web.com Tour money list during the regular season, and Nos. 126-200 from the FedEx Cup on the PGA Tour. The top 25 from the Web.com regular season were assured their cards. The final event had plenty of drama, although the players werent entire sure what was at stake until it was over. Money mattered more than a score. Hadley started the final round one shot behind Scott Gardiner, who took a double bogey on the fourth hole with a double hit and never caught up. Hadley closed with a 69 for his second Web.com Tour win of the year. He finished No. 4 on the money list, so his card already was safe. "This is incredible," he said. "I was just trying to not puke on myself on the way in, even though I tried. This course is brutal and Im glad I was able to conquer it." What hurt him was Gardiners mistake late in the round -- a bogey on the 17th hole -- that dropped Gardiner from second place alone into a four-way tie for second. That wass worth an additional $14,000 for Peterson, who was part of that four-way tie.dddddddddddd Peterson won the Web.com Finals money list by $567 over Hadley. "At the end of the day, he played the best of anyone in the four tournaments," Hadley said. Peterson didnt finish outside the top five in any of the Web.com Finals events. By winning the Web.com Finals money list, he has full status on the PGA Tour next year and a spot in The Players Championship, the richest tournament in golf. Hadley finished at 10-under 270 and still earned $180,000 and a high priority ranking for his rookie season on the PGA Tour. Brendon Todd, who already had his card through the regular-season money list, closed with a 65 and joined Peterson (67), Gardiner (72) and Brad Fritsch of Canada. Fritsch had missed the cut in the previous three Web.com Finals events and was just looking for a good score to build confidence. His 68-66 weekend took him from going nowhere to return to the PGA Tour. "I just wanted to play well and see where the chips fell," Fritsch said. Others who were outside the top 25 on the money list and ended up with tour cards were Billy Hurley III, Joe Durant and Russell Knox of Scotland. Just like Q-school, there were plenty of meltdowns. Andrew Putnam, whose older brother won the Web.com Tour money list in the regular season, was in fourth place and two shots out of the lead going into the final round. He only needed to finish about 13th to get his card. Instead, he took triple bogey on the eighth hole on his way to a 75 to tie for 24th. Jhonattan Vegas and Rod Pampling, past PGA Tour winners, were inside the top 25 starting the last day. Vegas had a 74 and Pampling shot 73. Chad Campbell, a three-time Ryder Cup player, closed with a 73 to end his hopes. Sean OHair and Heath Slocum were among the former PGA Tour winners who earned back their cards this week. OHair had such a tough year that at one point he asked himself if he still wanted to play golf for a living. "I still think Ive got my best golf ahead of me," OHair said. "Thats what answered that question for me. Im glad I got it done." ' ' '