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For some, not every bowl game is worth watching.  But we all saw what West Virginia did to Clemson in last year's Orange Bowl, a 70-33 blowout win for the Mountaineers.  This season, WVU started 5-0 behind ridiculous play from QB Geno Smith.  However, due to their horrendous defense, ranked 116th in points allowed, West Virginia slid to just 7-5 before qualifying for the Pinstripe Bowl.  Syracuse has been up and down all season, but without question have been a part of some exciting games.  The Pinstripe Bowl will be played on Saturday at 3:15 in the Bronx at Yankee Stadium. Click below for five good reasons to tune in to ESPN and watch.
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