For all the talk about worst college football bowl games in 2015-16, and why the 5-7 teams shouldn’t have made it to this year’s Bowlanza party, it turns out that even the so-called worst bowls bring a lot value and attract a lot of attention from fans as well as die-hard College Football Odds aficionados like you and me. This is not a personal opinion, but a provable fact, one that is affirmed by Sports Writer and Analyst Terry Toohey, who made this brief fact-based observation from the eight bowl games that were played between Saturday and Tuesday. Per his write-up, all the bowls played through Tuesday attracted a good number of audiences, including one game with the Utah vs. BYU game clocking over 100 percent attendance.
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