ALBUQUERQUE — College football’s bowl season stretches across 23 days, and it all begins when Arizona and Nevada kick off shortly after 11 a.m. Saturday in the New Mexico Bowl.
This is just a little postseason appetizer — the chips and salsa? — between teams that finished 7-5 and had dreams of bigger things at some point of the season. But when you’re playing in a low-level bowl game, chances are you’re dealing with some amount of disappointment.
That’s not to say this shouldn’t be fun.
Let’s go to five things to watch …