#1: Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl, seriously (Boston College Vs. Vanderbilt)
#2: magicJack St. Petersburg Bowl, What in the hell is a magicJack, and why is it capitalized by monkeys? Also, it's nice to see the Trop getting used in the winter time. Too bad they'll be a crowd of 800 people to see this game. (Memphis Vs. South Florida)
#3: EagleBank Bowl: I hope this isn't a bank going out of business. Apparently this is the 1st year for the bowl and I wonder around September the mgmt thought, well, the economy sucks, but at least we still have that battle between the ACC #5 team and the 2nd best service academy team, that'll make people deposit in our bank.
Is there any value in advertising in a little bowl? Maybe for mAGiCjaCk, since they aren't a real company (Wake Forest Vs. Navy)
#4 Roady's Humanitarian Bowl: Again, what is Roady's, what does it have to do with humanitarian work, and why the humanitarian bowl... Is there a particularly high level of humanitarians in Idaho? Do they like Smurf Turf? (Maryland Vs. Nevada)
#5 PapaJohns.com Bowl: It's just weird that it's not that PapaJohns Bowl. I'm sure there's a logical reason for making it .com anything, Maybe the .com part of PapaJohns lost a bet. (NC State Vs. Rutgers)
#6: Valero Alamo Bowl: This one is only funny to me because Valero is the Venezualan Oil Company. Of all the Bowl games they could have picked, they went with the most American sounding of Bowls. I think they should have a oil grab at halftime, shoot 100 gallons of oil on the field and let a bunch of little leagues grab as much as they can.
Then a fake Hugo Chavez can spit on them... why? I don't know. (Missouri Vs. Northwestern)
#7: San Diego County Credit Union Pointsetta Bowl: I guess this is different than a bank, but it's just weird. Also, the 2nd or 3rd most interesting bowl game in the entire schedule (Boise St. Vs. TCU)
Sadly, I've gotten to the point where I don't even question the Chik-Fil-A Bowl. It seems reasonable to me.