NCAA Football News
College football rolls into its second week of the bowl season on Monday, and over half of the games on the bowl slate will have been played by the end of the night on Dec. 30.
But while many fans are looking forward to the bigger matchups that await on New Year’s Day and beyond, we’d like to take a step back and admire the performances of some of the talented players from the earlier bowl games.
Some of these players were the MVPs of their respective game; some weren’t. Some of the players were on the winning end; others had to walk off the field in defeat. But the one thing that all the players had in common is that they provided some great memories for those in attendance and watching on television.
In the following slides, we’ll take a look at the best individual performances from the first week of bowl action.
Clemson, ranked No. 12, is in South Florida making final preparations for Jan. 3’s Orange Bowl showdown with No. 7 Ohio State, but that isn’t the only bowl game that Tiger fans should be paying attention to.
Elite recruits across the nation are taking part in high school all-star games, which serve as talent showcases and a final opportunity for players to show their skills in front of fans and college coaches recruiting them.
The best two games are the Under Armour All-America Game and the U.S. Army All-America Bowl. The Under Armour game is set for Jan. 2 and the Army game for Jan. 4. Players with Clemson recruiting ties are involved in both games. Here’s a look at the Clemson commitments and targets involved, and why you should pay attention.