Tuesday August 20th, 2013

Conference USA C-USA will reportedly play bowl games in Boca Raton and the Bahamas starting in 2014. (Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

By Zac Ellis

Dust off your sandals, Conference USA. You might need them at your next bowl destination.

ESPN's Brett McMurphy reports that C-USA teams will play in new bowl games set to take place in Boca Raton, Fla., and the Bahamas starting in 2014. Those destinations add to an already action-packed college football postseason, which has 38 bowls and counting beginning next year.

Naturally, the beach-bound bowl announcement sparked quite a reaction:

https://twitter.com/furrer4heisman/status/369913493941542912

https://twitter.com/martinrickman/status/369912318223986688

https://twitter.com/slmandel/status/369912356530180097

https://twitter.com/martinrickman/status/369911913662414848

https://twitter.com/BobbyBigWheel/status/369912940092084224

https://twitter.com/ZacEllis/status/369911605951070208

https://twitter.com/JasonKirkSBN/status/369914043743473664

https://twitter.com/NunesMagician/status/369916627791269889

https://twitter.com/celebrityhottub/status/369913451918798848

https://twitter.com/chuckycrater/status/369913947412905984

https://twitter.com/TomFornelli/status/369912827458248704

https://twitter.com/BunkiePerkins/status/369913837358563328

https://twitter.com/HollyAnderson/status/369913714063204352

https://twitter.com/Mengus22/status/369914745740328961 https://twitter.com/rodger_sherman/status/369915720110321664

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