Humanitarian Bowl highlights — This is why there are bowl games

In case you missed the Humanitarian Bowl — and because it was in Boise and because it involved Idaho and Bowling Green, then you probably did — please grant yourself the opportunity to take in these highlights.

If you can’t wait through all of them, then scroll to the 3-minute mark, which is where the delirium of this brilliant back-and-forth game culminates with one of the greatest comebacks of all time — and is capped by one gutsy call.

It’s just something you have to see to enjoy. And it’s reason No. 1 to “have all these bowl games.”

End of argument.

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Filed under Alex Podlogar, College Football, Designated Hitter, Sports, Sports columns, The Sanford Herald

One response to “Humanitarian Bowl highlights — This is why there are bowl games

  1. That is some giant steel cojones to go for two in that situation. You’ve got to give them mad respect.

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