Thanksgiving is next week, and Christmas is around the corner. That can only mean one thing in the world of college football: bowl season.
The "Capital One Bowl Week" on ESPN will be seen by millions across the country who do not care about Nevada or Baylor but will tune in to the Weedeater Bowl just because it is college football.
Nearly every day of the week will see the boys of fall suit up in a nationally televised event called a Bowl Game.
The best thing about these bowls are the matchups never foreseen by athletics directors and head coaches. They're a chance for everyone to play somebody big time.
While the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) is debated each year, it would be hard to argue that bowl season is anything but fun for fans everywhere.
The Southeastern Conference holds bowl bids with nine different bowls, and the best bet for those bowls is for an SEC team to make it.
Here, we will look to see where each bowl might go for their SEC representative.