Oranges, Peaches, Pinstripes, and Cheez-It: NCAA Football Bowl Games

Oranges, Peaches, Pinstripes, and Cheez-It: NCAA Football Bowl Games

NCAA Bowl games match up many of the nation's best football teams at the end of the year. Over the Christmas hoidays, one can watch one or more Bowl games almost every day over a couple of weeks. Some of them have classic names and decades of tradition while others are relatively new and names that are simply sold away to companies to advertise their company name!

In what Florida city is the Citrus Bowl played?

Which of these cities does NOT have a Bowl game named after it?

What is the name of the annual Bowl game held in Honolulu?

Where is the Orange Bowl played?

In what city is the Alamo Bowl played?

What New Year's Day Bowl Game played in Pasadena used to always feature the Big 10 and Pac 10 champions?

Where is the Sugar Bowl played?

In what city is the Duke's Mayo Bowl played?

in what city is the Liberty Bowl played?

Which of these famous baseball stadiums has a Bowl named after it?

In what city in Texas is the Cotton Bowl played?

In what California city is the Holiday Bowl played?

In what city is the Music City Bowl played?

In what city is the Pinstripe Bowl played?

Which of these Bowl games is actually a real NCAA Bowl game?

Which of these cities does NOT have a Bowl game named after it?

Which of these comedians has a Bowl game named after him?

Where is the Independence Bowl annually held?

Where is the Fiesta Bowl played?

What Bowl is hosted annually in Fort Worth, Texas?

Which of these Bowl names is NOT an actual NCAA Bowl game?

Not counting the National Championship game, how many Bowl games will there be this year?

In what city is the Cheez-It Bowl played?

Where is the Peach Bowl played?

Which of the following breakfast cereal characters has a Bowl game named after it/him?

Oranges, Peaches, Pinstripes, and Cheez-It: NCAA Football Bowl Games

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