Only 7 College Bowl Games Were Sellouts This Season

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By Zach Koons For the last few weeks, the world of college football has debated the importance of bowl games now that the sport has fully embraced the College Football Playoff. The latest indication of a problem with the current bowl system is that just seven of the 38 bowl games this year were sold out. Three of those sellouts were the College Football Playoff games. The Orange Bowl between Alabama and Cincinnati, the Cotton Bowl between Georgia and Michigan and the national championship all unsurprisingly packed their respective stadiums. However, only four other bowl games ended up selling …

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