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Peach Bowl gift bags and swag

Cincinnati will be looking to prove the CFP committee wrong on the field, but here’s a look at what the Bearcats and Georgia Bulldogs will receive for participating in the Peach Bowl.

Cincinnati Bearcats quarterback Desmond Ridder throws a pass against the UCF Knights during the second half at the Bounce House. Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

The Cincinnati Bearcats have a lot to prove to the rest of college football when they take on the rejuvenated Georgia Bulldogs in the Cure Bowl. This is one of the most intriguing bowl matchups of the season, and DK Nation will have you covered with a ton of betting and informational items leading up to the game. But for now, we’re taking a look at the items the participants of the bowl game will be receiving.

Among the items players will get for playing in the Peach Bowl include a gift suite, a $390 Mastercard gift card by University Fancards, a Fossil watch and commemorative football.

There’s a lot to get to here and while I like the commemorative football idea in theory, it’s only useful for the winning team. If the Bearcats come in and get blown out by Georgia, do you think Cincinnati players are really going to want to put the Peach Bowl football on display the rest of their life? Of course not. Gift cards and cash are always good so you can let people get what they want, so that’s nice. Lastly, I’m not a watch guy, but I know some are.

Some may focus on how Cincinnati should’ve made the College Football Playoff after going undefeated, but the biggest snub going into this game just might be the lack of peaches handed out for participants of this game. Peaches very well could be the most underrated fruits out there, and I’m ready to give them the respect they deserve. Big miss here for the Peach Bowl.