This year’s College Football Playoff is undoubtedly one of the best ever, but there are plenty of other fantastic bowl games during the holiday season that should have you glued to your seat from start to finish. Let’s take a look at the top five bowl games that don’t involve the New Year’s Six.
After 14 straight wins earlier this century, Navy will look to snap a three-game losing streak to Army when these rivals meet for the 120th time.
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It has been an exciting college football season, which has left us with maybe the most competitive College Football Playoff yet. However, outside of the CFP, we still have intriguing bowl matchups.
Two mid-major conference teams will kick off bowl season December 20, as Utah State will take on Kent State in the Frisco Bowl in Frisco, Texas. Utah State has gone bowling in eight of the last nine years, while Kent State is a program that should be thrilled to have made one at all.
It’s time to salute the troops! Saturday will mark the 120th meeting between the Army and Navy football teams. Navy leads the series 60-52-7, but Army has won the last three games. Before Army’s streak Navy won 14 in a row (which is the longest winning streak in the series).
This holiday season 40 bowl games will be played across North America. There’s no better time to be a football fan. Everyone will be watching Ohio State take on Clemson in the CFB Playoff Semifinal, but to make the most of the bowl season you must learn to love even the most inconsequential of bowls. You might not be able to catch every single one, but you can at least enjoy these five.
The college football regular season and conference championships are now over, and the bowls and College Football Playoff are set. It truly is the most wonderful time of the year for football fans. On December 28 we will see No. 4 Oklahoma face off against No. 1 LSU and No. 3 Clemson take on No. 2 Ohio State.
The college football regular season is officially complete, and it is finally bowl season. Normally we have some controversy about who is in and who is out of the College Football Playoff, but this year that is not a problem.
Six of the 10 conference championship games are rematches, including the Mountain West duel between Boise State and Hawaii on Saturday. The Broncos beat the snot out of the Rainbow Warriors in October in a 59-37 win. Boise State led 45-14 not even halfway through the third quarter.