Frosted Flakes: Will You Be Watching The Bowls?

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The bowl selections are out.

There are some very interesting match ups. I’ll do a separate bit on that later as we get closer to the games being played.

For now, though, I want to know –

Will you guys be watching the bowls?

If so, which are you interested in?

I’ll be watching as many as possible. It’s something I do. I love college football. I love the bowls.


Will You Be Watching the Bowl Games

  • 71%


    (96 votes)

  • 13%


    (18 votes)

  • 15%

    There are too many and the bowls are meaningless.

    (21 votes)

135 votes total

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During an interview with ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi in Saturday’s edition of College GameDay, Burrow shared that he really wanted to be a Cornhusker all along.
“I had one offer after my junior year of high school, and it was my dad’s team. I wanted to go to Nebraska,” he said, via 247Sports. “They told me I wasn’t good enough.”

Well, good for Joe. He ended up in a place where he’ll probably win the Heisman Trophy.

We can re-hash this all we want. We all know that hindsight is 20/20. We all know that this kind of stuff is just noise, that it gives that one shitass at the coffee shop just another bit of dried dung to beat you over the head with.

Ignore him. Then leave early and stick a potato in his tail pipe. You carry potatoes with this, don’t you? For this purpose?

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QB Andrew Bunch is out there too. Not a surprise. He’s behind two five-star recruits at quarterback. He was in the portal last year as well. I hope he finds what he’s looking for.

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Two teams with a bad taste in their mouth after losing their last game to a rival.
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This is from 1969. Oh, those boomers. The “flower child” generation. So stoned. So fucked up on LSD. Somehow they all got old – the ones that didn’t OD anyway – and became their parents. Angry, self-righteous, sure the country is going to hell. You need to read this story.

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