NCAA Football Report (Bowl Week 2)

The Bowl Season is officially in full swing as the holidays will see bowls take over the airwaves for the better part of the week. As the bowls rev up more teams get their shot at a national audience or an international audience. As the bowls move on though more and more a pattern appears on the sidelines of many NCAA teams

NCAA Football Report (Bowl Week 1)

The Bowl season has officially begun with the New Mexico Bowl and the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl kicking off the bowl season. Bowls are a funny thing in the NCAA and are the cause of the most debated subject in the NCAA. Bowl games are unique to the NCAA Division I-A or Division I-FBS as other divisions of the NCAA have a championship determined by playoffs.

NCAA Football Report (Bowl Week 1)

The Bowl season is one of the best parts of the NCAA season with a total of 35 bowls to be played. One of the best parts about these 35 bowls is that there are a number of great games between teams that you rarely see on National TV. This was the case in the first bowl week as the three bowls that opened the season featured a number of unranked, yet good, teams. One of these bowls was the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl between the San Diego State Aztecs and the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns.

What 2 Watch (Dec. 16-18)

The Sports world is continuing to roll along with midseason approaching for some and the end of the season approaching for others. The End of the Season is already here for College Football as the Bowl Season will start this weekend. With the New Mexico Bowl, Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, and the New Orleans Bowl all this Saturday the Bowl season will start with a full day of games.

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