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EagleBank Bowl vs. Humanitarian Bowl

Well, well, well, the much-anticipated EagleBank Bowl is almost upon us. I know the one-and-only Mike Wise has been looking forward to this bowl for quite some time. I know that because he told me back in September at a Maryland game. I also am very interested in the inaugural game, but unfortunately I will not be able to cover the game because of a previous commitment. I know colleague Steve Yanda feels the same way I do. How do you feel? Forget your rooting interests for a second. From the perspective of a football fan, how does the EagleBank Bowl matchup compare with the Humanitarian Bowl matchup? Please be honest and do not hold back opinions.

By Eric Prisbell  |  December 17, 2008; 10:45 AM ET
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Eagle probably has appeal for TV -- but no one with any sense wants to go to RFK.

Posted by: mcmelton | December 17, 2008 3:08 PM | Report abuse

As a Terp I only had two Bowls that I would not attend - Boise & DC. So I stay home this year. A matchup with Navy in some warm climate venue would have been ok. DC is not the place for an end of season Bowl, just like Boise is not the place to have a Bowl game. But since there are so many Bowls nowadays they have to be held somewhere. Bowls are big business for all involved, including the student athlete hoping to go to the next level - but so few do manage to get there.

Posted by: JoeR123 | December 17, 2008 3:48 PM | Report abuse

Two completely meaningless postseason games. What are the teams playing for??

That's how I see it.

Posted by: Juan-John | December 17, 2008 6:43 PM | Report abuse

who cares... yawn...

Posted by: Phillip258 | December 18, 2008 7:58 PM | Report abuse

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