Over the course of seven days in central Florida -- four college football teams will play bowl games in a stadium in Orlando and a stadium in Tampa. Here's a quick analysis of the two bowl games:
- The game in Orlando pays out $2.25 million per team
- The game in Tampa pays out $3.5 million per team
- The game in Orlando features two teams who have lost a total of eight games this season
- The game in Tampa features two teams who played in their respective Conference Championship game
- The game in Orlando features two teams not ranked in the final Top 25 BCS Poll
- The game in Tampa features two teams who are ranked #16 and #17 in the final BCS Poll
- The game in Orlando had never been sold out in its previous 21 bowl games
- The game in Tampa has sold out multiple times in its previous 25 bowl games
- The game in Orlando is played in a stadium that has 72,000 seats
- The game in Tampa is played in a stadium that has 65,000 seats
TIME TO TAKE THE TEST!
Question: Which bowl game is sold out?
Answer: The Champs Sports Bowl game played in Orlando matching the Seminoles of Florida State vs. the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. This is Notre Dame's first appearance in the Champs Sports Bowl -- the GAME SOLD OUT -- FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER -- IN THREE DAYS!
Notes: The Outback Bowl game in Tampa pits the SEC's Georgia Bulldogs vs. the Big Ten's Michigan State Spartans. MSU has sold less than half of its tickets -- and it doesn't look good for them selling many more! See the story:
LINK: BIG TEN RUNNER-UP CAN'T SELL BOWL TICKETS