Ranking every bowl game by watchability

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Chapters descriptions off, selected Descriptions subtitles off, selected Subtitles captions settings, opens captions settings dialog captions off, selected CaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window.Captions Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.Text Color White Black Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta Cyan Transparency Opaque Semi-Opaque Background Color Black White Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta Cyan Transparency Opaque Semi-Transparent Transparent Window Color Black White Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta Cyan Transparency Transparent Semi-Transparent OpaqueFont Size 50% 75% 100% 125% 150% 175% 200% 300% 400%Text Edge Style None Raised Depressed Uniform DropshadowFont Family Proportional Sans-Serif Monospace Sans-Serif Proportional Serif Monospace Serif Casual Script Small CapsDefaults Done All 40 college football bowl games in 2016 ranked in terms of watchability Not all college football bowl games is created equal. You don’t need anyone to explain that to you, but it’s an ever-existing truth entering bowl season. There are bowl games that qualify as “must-see” postseason action, games that you have on while you do something else, and then there are the games that you might just go grab some food or a beer instead. It’s just how it is.However, you shouldn’t make the mistake of thinking that just because it’s a big-name bowl game, that makes it the best college football on the planet. Particularly this season because of the dominance of the Alabama Crimson Tide, even if it’s a College Football Playoff semifinal doesn’t mean it’s going to be a good game.So as bowl season has arrived following the official end of the regular season and the Heisman Trophy Presentation, let’s assess the situation in regards to the bowl games. We’ll rank them in terms of watchability—meaning essentially how much fun you’re going to have watching them or what priority they should be on your list of games to watch.To further prove that the program prestige and big-name bowl games don’t totally mean it will be a good game, we start with the Outback Bowl coming in last at No. 40. 40. Outback Bowl: Florida vs. Iowa Unless you like punting, stay far away from this game on Jan. 2, 2017. Don’t be fooled into thinking that, just because these teams only have four losses apiece, that means they are exciting to watch. In fact, the Florida Gators and Iowa Hawkeyes are the furthest thing from it.Florida’s offense was their Achilles heel all season long and it shows as they rank as the 114th scoring offense in the FBS. Meanwhile, Iowa was at a blistering scoring pace this season that ranked them the 80th scoring offense in the country. Sure, there will be talented defensive players and a power struggle, but there is nothing exciting about either of these offenses really. It’s all simple, it’s all slow, and it all should be disparaged for invading the normally entertaining Outback Bowl.