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College Bowls: A Watchability Guide

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To help you differentiate the must-see games from the bowl fodder so you can establish a bowl-viewing schedule, we provide a Watchability Meter, or WM - a numerical rating from 0 to 10 for all 35 games in the bowl schedule, with 0 indicating that the log-burning channel offers preferable viewing and 10 suggesting that the purchase of a reclining chair and a big-screen TV for that one game would be money well spent.

 

 

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