If you are awake by 4:30 p.m. ET on New Year's Day, be sure to head over to the college football page for an interactive bonanza that will include live chatting from the Rose and Sugar Bowls, Twitter feeds from ESPN's stable of college football brains and most importantly your insightful commentary. Until then, we leave you with some of your best bowl questions from the week.
Chad (Las Vegas)
Best Non-BCS bowl from a prospects point of view?
Lots of good players in Penn St.-LSU. Sean Lee, Jared Odrick, Chad Jones, Ciron Black, Brandon LaFell -- a lot of talent on the field in this game. Full transcript
Roddy (San Fran)
LSU vs Penn St seems to be very similar to last year's LSU vs Ga. Tech bowl game: The superior athleticism of LSU overwhelms their opponent. Agree?
Penn State will keep it close. LSU has lacked something all season, so I don't think they'll show up and blow out Penn State. The Nittany Lions are solid, but didn't win the two games that mattered this season. LSU has played well in bowl games, though. Full transcript
how does the Cincinnati defense match up with the Florida offense? Also, does Charlie strong coaching in the Sugar bowl affect Louisville in anyway, positive or negative?
Big East Blogger Brian Bennett
If the Cincinnati defense plays like it did the last month, it won't be much of a matchup at all. The Bearcats should be concerned about that big offensive line of Florida and the running game. If they can keep Tebow in the pocket, they'll have a better chance. As far as Strong, I think it can only help Louisville. He'll get some publicity during the game telecast that recruits will see, and he has also had a few weeks to scout a future Big East rival. Full transcript