Best bowl? Best QB matchup? Best chance for an upset? Best chance for a shootout? It’s all here and more in Tom Dienhart's Best of the Bowls!
Pressed for time during the holiday season? Sure you are! Who isn’t? What with the trip to Toys “R” Us to buy a Mr. Microphone and surfing the web for a good deal on a Zamfir pan flute CD, we all are busy. That’s why I’m here. Let me prioritize the Big Ten bowls for you, from best to worst. You’re welcome. 1. Fiesta Bowl: Ohio State vs. Clemson. Good luck trying to find a better postseason matchup than this. This playoff game between No. 2 seed Clemson and No. 3 Ohio State, the first team to make the playoff
Find a better postseason matchup than this. I dare you. You can’t. So don’t try. This playoff game between ACC champ and No. 2 seed Clemson and No. 3 Ohio State, the first team to make the playoff without winning a conference championship, should … be … epic.
Two heavyweight program square off in one of the best bowl matchups of the season. It's Michigan vs. Florida State in the Orange Bowl.
The 2016 Heisman Trophy winner has been announced, with Louisville dual-threat quarterback Lamar Jackson taking the prestigious honor. Here’s a look at BTN.com Tom Dienhart's ballot.
With Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson named the 2016 Heisman winner, Tom Dienhart takes an early look at the 2017 Heisman hopefuls.
The Music City Bowl is an intriguing clash between big-time programs trying to become national powers again. And there is a bit of familiarity, as this will mark the third-ever matchup between Nebraska and Tennessee, which have all been in bowl games.
Indiana is in a bowl for a second season in a row. And that’s a big deal, as the Hoosiers last pulled off that feat in 1990 and 1991 under Bill Mallory. In fact, the last time IU won a bowl was 1991, when it knocked off Baylor in the Copper Bowl.
This is an intriguing battle in the Bronx at Yankee Stadium between Northwestern and Pitt, which haven’t met since 1973 when legendary Panther Tony Dorsett was a freshman and rushed for what was then a school-record 265 yards in a 21-14 win.
It's Minnesota (8-4, 5-4) vs. Washington State (8-4, 7-2) in the Holiday Bowl on Dec. 27 in San Diego at 7 p.m. ET. Get Tom Dienhart's preview inside.