Attending a Bowl game can be as much fun as you want to make it. Every city has something different to offer and some work better than others in combining the game and the city into a very memorable experience. It's tough to rank a game high if it's played in a down pour, especially a lower tier game. Conversely, any game you get a free ticket to, find a way into the VIP tent, meet the players/coaches, or have a picture taken with the cheer leaders or team mascot, that all makes for a pretty darn good game. Fortunately for us, we have mastered this skill! Our ranking is soley based on the experience we had at the Bowl when that game was played.

Our Top Three

  • 1

    The Rose Bowl - Jan. 1st, 1990
    This is the Grand Daddy of them all! Can't beat the experience of watching the Rose Bowl parade then going to tail gate for a late afternoon kickoff. We see Bo Schembechler's last game.

  • 2

    The Orange Bowl - Jan, 3rd, 2008
    We pinch ourselves to not only attend this historic bowl game with our Alma mater playing in it, but for the Jayhawks to actual win it is unbelievable.

  • 3

    The Sugar Bowl - Jan. 1st, 1984
    It all starts here attending 50th anniversary game and halftime show inspires us to attend all the bowls (18 at this time) one at a time until we've seen them all!