Are you excited for "free stuff" season — wait, bowl season, we mean bowl season.
As many FBS teams from around the nation get set for their final game of the college season, they're also on the receiving end of some swanky gift baskets. From watches to big-money gift cards — both of which LSU's players will be seeing from the Citrus Bowl — here are some of the top bowl gifts, via a report from SportsBusiness Daily.
R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl will kick off the bowl season with Troy vs. North Texas at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Dec. 16. Gifts will include a a fossil watch.
The Gildan New Mexico Bowl will feature Marshall vs. Colorado State on the same day. Gifts will include Oakley sunglasses and a backpack; a tumbler, beanie, blanket and hat; and a fidget spinner
The Dollar General Bowl will feature Appalachian State vs. Toledo on Dec. 23. Gifts will include an Amazon Echo; Maui Jim sunglasses; a Timely Watch Co. watch; and a Wilson football.
The Quick Lane Bowl will feature Duke vs. Northern Illinois on Dec. 26. Gifts will include a $175 Best Buy gift card; JBL bluetooth headphones; life-sized Fathead decal of each participant's likeness; Ogio backpack and tag; mini helmet; hoodie; workout shorts; winter hat; vintage football.
The Camping World Bowl will feature Virginia Tech vs. Oklahoma State on Dec. 28. Gifts will include a $400 Best Buy shopping Trip; Timely Watch Co. watch
The PlayStation Fiesta Bowl will feature Washington vs. Penn State on Dec. 30. Gifts incluse a PlayStation PS4 PRO bundle; Fossil Watch; Ogio backpack
The Citrus Bowl will feature LSU vs. Notre Dame on Jan. 1. Gifts include a $400 Best Buy shopping trip and a Timely Watch Co. watch.
College Football Playoff at the Allstate Sugar Bowl will feature Clemson vs. Alabama on Jan. 1 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Gifts will include a Fossil Watch; New Era hat; Rock 'Em socks; panoramic game photo
For the full list of Bowl swag, click here.
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