Mocking the Draft podcast: Breaking down the bowl games on Episode 26

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Everything you need to know this bowl season.

Everyone knows the best part of the holiday season is the non-stop college football bowl games between now and the national championship game.

On Episode 26 of the Mocking the Draft podcast, Dan Kadar and I discussed the bowl match-ups and which prospects had the most to prove in each game. If you're sitting down for the bowl games and wondering which prospects to watch, this episode should provide you with everything you need.

Dan also unveiled a new game on this show. The game, simply named "Story or non-story," involves Dan and I debating whether or not the news items of the week are relevant for NFL Draft purposes.

To close out the show, Dan gave a somewhat bold prediction about the national title game. We also answered some questions from listeners.

You can listen to the entire episode below or find us on iTunes by searching "Mocking the Draft." We will take a break from the podcast next week but will return on Wednesday, January 8 at 8:30 p.m. ET.

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