The matchups are set, the Belk Bowl Twitter account is trolling Texas, and fan bases across the country feel slighted. You know what that means? College football bowl season is officially here. 

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Here are 40 reasons why you need to watch every bowl game this season.

Celebration Bowl

North Carolina A&T vs. Grambling State

There are only three undefeated teams in all of Division I college football. One of them is North Carolina A&T. The Aggies have outscored their opponents 400-135 this season. Can they complete their undefeated season? Tune in to find out.

New Orleans Bowl

Troy vs. North Texas

Clemson, Notre Dame, Georgia, USC, Auburn. No, that’s not this year’s College Football Playoff top five in an alternate universe. Those are the teams that rank immediately behind North Texas nationally in scoring offense. The Mean Green (you should tune in because of their nickname, honestly) average 35.9 points per game. North Texas quarterback Mason Fine is ninth nationally in passing yards (3,749) and he has a 1,000-yard back behind him in Jeffery Wilson. If you like offense, this game is for you.

Cure Bowl

Georgia State vs. Western Kentucky

There are few wide receivers in the country as productive as Georgia State’s Penny Hart. He ranks in the top 25 nationally in receptions of at least 10 yards (38), 20 yards (17), 30 yards (nine), 40 yards (seven), 50 yards (four), 60 yards (two) and 70 yards (one). Keep in mind that he put up those numbers while Georgia State has played just 11 games this season, while most other schools have played 12, if not 13 games. He has 73 receptions for 1,094 yards (the Panthers have rushed for 1,260 yards this season as a team!) and eight touchdowns.

On the other sideline is Western Kentucky quarterback Mike White, who has thrown for 3,826 yards this season, the fourth-most in the FBS.