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College football bowl games provide not only an experience for players and coaches, but also are an avenue for impact on the host cities.
Each of the NY6 schools have done great work over the years building their respective brands — but which program does it better?
As the number of bowl games continues to expand, the original concept of community-based events remains true, according to the Football Bowl Association.
A significant economic impact gap between the more than 40 bowl games leaves professors wondering if they’re all worth it.
If working all year to organize one bowl game sounds absurd, think again. There's plenty of opportunities to make your mark by working in events management.