Bowl Game Gifts: What Broncos, Vandals, Get For Playing
Making it to a bowl game is a huge accomplishment for any NCAA Division I football team. To play one more game, travel somewhere that may be new, perhaps play a team that you normally wouldn’t get to play.
There are other perks to making it to that “extra” game, too. Both teams competing receive gifts from the bowl game itself and depending on that games caliber, the gifts can get pretty luxurious.
One term used, “gift suite”, can keep things pretty vague when it comes to what exactly players can receive. A gift suite, however, are private events allowing up to 125 players per school to a gift or gifts that add up to the maximum limit allowed by that specific bowl game. The NCAA limits that maximum to be no more than $550, no matter the game, per person.
Players from Boise State will have access to a gift suite and will also be guaranteed a Fossil watch, Ogio backpack, and mixer bottle.
Players from the University of Idaho will be guaranteed a pair of sunglasses from Proof eyewear, an Oakley backpack, beanie, and access to a gift suite as well.
For a list of what players in EVERY bowl game will receive, click HERE.