College Bowl Games You Need To See — And Avoid

These are all decent games, but you may not be able to endure watching all of them in their entirety. Much like this maniac’s video.

Capital One Bowl (Alabama-Michigan State): The Spartans, who were screwed out of a BCS bid, had better hope King Leonidas can sub in for B.J. Cunningham; the team’s leading receiver just broke his foot in practice.

Cotton Bowl (LSU-Texas A&M): These teams last met in 1995, and given the Tigers’ penchant for dramatics, this may go down to the wire.

Alamo Bowl (Oklahoma State-Arizona): Arizona ended the season with four straight losses, but the game’s still got the potential to be a high-scoring shootout.

Chick-fil-A Bowl (South Carolina-Florida State): Sure, some people will be focused on the fact that Steve Spurrier is going up against his old rival, but we just can’t get over the fact that the Gamecocks are in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. What are the odds?!

Hawaii Bowl (Hawaii-Tulsa): The Warriors and Golden Hurricanes both put up nearly 40 points per game. So expect some very sad-faced DBs.