Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: Does Nevada Really Possess That Big of an Edge?

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Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: Does Nevada Really Possess That Big of an Edge?
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Scenic AT&T Park will be the backdrop in the inaugural Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl on Sunday between the Nevada Wolf Pack and the Boston College Eagles.

The Wolf Pack’s bark resonated loudly this season, culminating in one of the biggest upsets ever against Boise State.  Nevada’s 12-win season set a record for “The Pack”, which truly displays how amazing this year’s squad played.

Boston College also exceeded expectations in 2010, winning their final five games to become bowl eligible for the 12th straight season. The Eagles traveled to San Francisco last year to play in a bowl game in AT&T Park, but fell to a faster, more talented USC.

Speed could be a huge problem for Boston College again in this year's bowl. The Eagles look squarely down the barrel of Nevada’s eighth ranked offense, which is looking to make another stand for its Non-AQ brethren.

Let us breakdown the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl and see which team really has the bigger edge.  

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