Bowl Practice Pays Off
Thursday, December 26, 2013
Accepting an invitation to a bowl game offers a number of benefits. For the players, it's exposure, an extra game for NFL scouts, an exotic opponent, and bowl gifts. For the school, it offers potential revenue from the bowl committee, exposure for the school, and an edge in offseason recruiting. However, what often gets overlooked are the benefits that come from the preparation for the game. (GoHeels.com
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