The College Football Playoff Has Made Other Bowl Games Irrelevant

West Virginia quarterback Will Grier announced this week that he would not be playing in the Mountaineers Camping World Bowl matchup against Syracuse so that he could focus on preparing for the upcoming NFL draft. Jonas Knox explains how the College Football Playoff unintentionally made the rest of the bowl season irrelevant and as a result of the change big name players, like Grier, will be less likely to play because they have their futures to think about and won't risk playing in a meaningless game.

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