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2014—2015 Bowl Games Tickets
Bowl games refer to post season college football games. The first game was held between Michigan and Stanford in 1902 in which Stanford lost to Michigan by 49-0. The match could not be played till the end and was stopped 8 minutes before its final time, when Stanford requested Michigan to discontinue the play. After the first game in 1908, there was a gap of about 8 years and the next match was played only in 1916, when the Tournament of Roses decided to take part again in the post season game of football.
How did the term bowl originate?
The first post-season college football games were held at the Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena, California. The stadium looked like a bowl and games held were known as the Rose Bowl Game. It is from the name of the stadium that the term ‘bowl’ originated. The bowl-shaped design of the Rose Bowl stadium gets its origin from the Yale Bowl, which has served as a perfect architectural model for many football stadiums in the United States. Other games used the term bowl even when the stadium was not shaped like a bowl. The term has become so popular that irrespective of the shape and design of the stadium, the post-season football games played in any stadium are called as bowl games.
In recent times, the term bowl has come to be associated with any major American football event and not with a stadium. It is basically a collegiate football event held between major university teams.
Bowl games gaining huge popularity
Before 2002, bowl games were not given so much prominence. An evidence to highlight this is the fact that the statistics of the bowl games were not added to the players’ career data base or included in the athletes’ totals. Bowl games were largely considered to be exhibition games. However, participating teams had to fulfill certain eligibility requirements and they were given payments. But in recent years, bowl games have come to acquire good amount of significance. The number of bowl games held every year has increased. There has been a change in the way that a bowl game is looked upon.
Today, bowl games have turned into a season-ending event for teams with a good winning record. Moreover, the revenue that the bowl games generate to the participating teams and associates as well as the opportunity it creates for recruiting new players to the team have also led to its increased importance.
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