Full Chick-fil-A Bowl HD Video – College Football Withdrawals Have Begun

It began faster than expected. I called IPTAY this morning for information on UGA tickets (Clemson opens 2013 at home against the Bulldogs) and found myself browsing TigerNet and Shakin the Southland over dinner. The college football withdrawals have surely begun.

Luckily, I ran across this beautiful HD video of the Chick-fil-A Bowl posted on YouTube by one not-too-bitter LSU fan.

I have the embedded video below. It was great to watch again in the solitude of my home where I could really hone it, but I may need to find another source of entertainment this offseason.

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4 thoughts on “Full Chick-fil-A Bowl HD Video – College Football Withdrawals Have Begun

  1. Cool! The peach bowl was on CSS last night and, yes, I watched it again. Still very exciting to watch. Too bad Hopkins is leaving for the nfl.

  2. I wish he had stayed for my own enjoyment, but he was a rare case where I think leaving early made a lot of sense. I don’t see his draft stock going anywhere but down if he stays.

    Why does everyone still call it the Peach Bowl. They called it that on Shakin The Southland. Is it annoyance and the corporatism of the new name or what? I mean, it’s been a few years now and the Chick-fil-A Bowl is a very good bowl. It was upgraded in team selection and payout with the name change.

  3. Pingback: Keeping Expectations Realistic, Clemson May Never Lose Again | Home Runs, Apple Pie, and Rock 'n Roll

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