You can worry about those resolutions on Jan. 2.
While the ages of every game being played on New Years Day are long gone back in 1960 there were just eight games compared to todays 35 in a postseason that runs from Dec. 15-Jan. 7 the day still belongs to college football.
With a slate that includes two BCS games in the Rose and Orange Bowls, three SEC-Big Ten clashes and the likes of Wisconsins Montee Ball, South Carolinas Jadeveon Clowney, Michigans Denard Robinson and Florida States Bjoern Werner, theres no shortage of intriguing matchups and stars to keep you satiated.
Herewith, what to watch -- and what to watch for -- in our viewers guide to the six New Years Day bowls.
Mississippi State (8-4) vs. No. 20 Northwestern (9-3)
Noon, ET (ESPN2)
Why You Should Watch: Because the Wildcats are trying to end a bowl drought that dates back to the Truman Administration.
Northwestern hasnt won a bowl game since the 1949 Rose Bowl, dropping nine straight postseason appea...