In its first year of existence, the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl is making a name for itself off the field with a competition that will surely become a favorite among players competing in the game: A Bowl Wing Eating Competition in which the two squads do battle in the popular chain restaurant.
On Wednesday night, Michigan State and TCU combined to eat a ridiculous 7,330 wings at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Tempe in preparation for the bowl game on Saturday at Sun Devil Stadium. The Spartans won the competition by averaging 33 wings per player while the Horned Frogs averaged just 20 per person. MSU’s team total got a pretty nice boost from offensive tackle Shawn Kamm, who came close to eating 65 wings according to QB Andrew Maxwell.
According to Nutritionix, 65 Buffalo Wild Wings contain 4,680 calories and 325 grams of fat. Talk about taking one for the team.
Let’s just hope Kamm is still able to move for the game.