Cobs of Bowl Week: USC, Purdue, Florida, Oklahoma, Blackshirts, and Notre Dame

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Who's the worst of bowl season? Cast your vote below!

Well, it's the end of bowl season...and the end of the college football season. So one final opportunity to ridicule the worst of the week.

Southern Cal

Look, up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's.... It's... A severely dysfunctional team.

Purdue

Can't forget the Boilermakers, who didn't even bother to show up against Oklahoma State in the Bowl-Not-Named-Cotton-But-Played-In-The-Cotton-Bowl. 58-14? Really?

Oklahoma

OK, in the Bowl-Named-Cotton-Bowl-But-Not-Played-In-The-Cotton-Bowl, Johnny Manziel went all Heisman all over the Oklahoma Sooners.

Florida

S-E-C! S-E-C! Um, er... Jeff Driskel looked absolutely all-Big East against Louisville.

Nebraska Blackshirts

Aaron Murray just completed another third down pass for Georgia. Oy.

Notre Dame

Is Alabama good? Yes. But this one is more because Notre Dame was the biggest fraud to play in a national championship game since BYU. Yes, bigger than 2001 Nebraska. This Irish squad struggled to beat Purdue at home. Needed a bad call to beat Stanford in overtime. Needed three overtimes to beat Pitt.

Exposed.

Brent Musberger

Brent playing the dirty old man to Miss Alabama. Of course, at least he didn't try to invite her out, like Darnell Dockett of the Arizona Cardinals tried on Twitter.

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