3 Reasons that Fans Should Watch the Hawaii Bowl

EasyPost Hawai'i Bowl - Middle Tennessee v San Diego State
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Before the most magical days of the year, there are seven games on December 23rd. College Football, especially this year, gave us so many surprises, and don’t be surprised about the games on that Saturday. The last game on the schedule is quite possibly one that could be talked about more than the others. That game is the Hawaii Bowl between two teams that are similar on both sides of the ball. The teams are the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers and San Jose State Spartans

Fans are probably going to be thinking why should we watch a game that would start at 10:30 PM EST and Christmas Eve is the day after? Here are some reasons to stay up to watch before thinking about what you are going to have for Christmas and how much turkey you will have.


Bowl games show the great parts of the area where teams are playing, especially knowing that teams are playing near and in places that people dream about. In this game, fans are going to be able to see the sights of the most beautiful places to visit, Honolulu. During this time of year, fans are probably accustomed to looking outside to see snow, but they are going to be amazed by the bright lights of Hawaii and the stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. 

A lot of fans are going to watch this game to see the sights and views of Honolulu, but don’t forget about the play on the field. Who is going to step into the sand of victory? Is it going to be the Spartans kicking their way towards triumph saying, “We are Spartans,” or will it be the Chanticleers having a successful trip back to Conway to walk on their beach?