Found December 24, 2013 on Bush League Chronicle:
The best part about participating in a college football bowl game isn't necessarily the privilege of playing an additional contest beyond the regular season. No, it's the amazing amount of gifts players receive.The Missouri Tigers football team can attest to this after getting wildly excited over the gifts they were showered with as part of playing in the Cotton Bowl.Their reactions are relatively tempered while being shown the clothing items. But all of that changes when the Nike sneakers and Apple iPad Mini flash before their eyes.Priceless.Via For the Win

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