Missed practices hurt non-bowlers
College football teams not playing in bowl games will miss out on more than their players receiving a free video game system or shopping spree at an electronics store.
Teams like California, Cincinnati, Rutgers and Texas, which will not go bowling after disappointing seasons, also will miss national exposure, valuable practice time and a chance to sell their programs to potential recruits.
"Number one, it really hurts the development of your young players," said Rutgers ...
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