It's the holiday season, so that naturally means following the traditions of lighting the tree, shopping at the malls and reading "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" next to a warm fire. Right?
What the holidays really mean is parking yourself in front of a big-screen TV and watching college football bowl games—all 35 of them. And if you like them, you're in luck. Soon you'll have even more to choose from.
"College football games are like a religion to people," said Mark Conrad, professor of sports law at Fordham University. "That's reflected in the number of bowl games. You'd think there are too many but that hasn't been the case."
You've got quite a menu to pick from. There's the Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl, the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl and the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.