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The Top Ten Best GIFS Of The 2014 Bowl Season

Posted By on Fri, Jan 3, 2014 at 10:53 AM

The 2014 Bowl Season is pretty much all over with the exception of the 2014 National Championship Game, which Auburn and FSU will play on Monday night. Needless to say, it's been an eventful week full of amazing plays, funny gaffes and a boatload of tears from model-esque girlfriends of Alabama players. Check out some of the best GIFs from the past week of college football that will hopefully keep you satisfied until the pre-season rankings come out.

The Top Ten Best GIFS Of The 2014 Bowl Season

10. The biggest joke of the Texas Bowl! This wasn't ruled a fumble because officials said the player was down before he dropped the ball. GIFs are a bitch for refs in hindsight.

GIF Credit: CJZero

 

9. RG3 had a rough NFL season and that kind of explains why his wife didn't want any on-screen time with him at the Tostitos Bowl.

GIF Credit: Buzzfeed Sports

 

8. I don't approve of Chik-Fil-A sponsoring a bowl, but I do approve of Johnell Barnes' catch for Duke.

GIF Credit: Fansided

 

7. It's never fun watching your boyfriend blow the big game, especially when it's A.J. McCarron of Alabama, who threw two interceptions in the team's loss to Oklahoma.

GIF Credit: Complex Sports

 

6. The big stop for the Rose Bowl Champs!

GIF Credit: Fansided

 

5. Boogers are always fun, but when you're caught digging for gold on camera it's that much better.

GIF Credit: Guyism

 

4. In a move that was more WWE than NCAA, Bryce Petty did his best Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka impression and did a crazy flip for a Baylor touchdown.

GIF Credit: SBNation

 

3. This photographer really understands what "Roll Tide" means now.

GIF Credit: Guyism

 

2. "I just pooped my pants" - Everyone on this platform, especially Lou Holtz.

GIF Credit: SBNation

 

1. MSU won big on New Year's Day, but had an epic FAIL in the Gatorade toss department.

GIF Credit: Guyism

 

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