PSU Football To Win Party At Best Buy, Possibly Game
Street and Smith’s Sports Business Journal has a rundown of all the loot bowl participants receive – it’s interesting to gloss over.
The Capital One Bowl doesn’t shower the players in gifts quite like the Rose Bowl did last year, but that isn’t to say that our guys aren’t cleaning up. Each player will get a ‘Party at Best Buy ($420 limit)’ – which I assume includes confetti and plastic packaging that is really hard to open – and a Timely Watch Co. watch.
If the players are disappointed by the thought of two gifts, they only need to look to the Sheraton Hawaii bowl, which literally only gives out a Hawaiian shirt.
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