Oregon football devours Prime Rib at Lawry's Beef Bowl
Sometimes, a team needs a good, old-fashioned prime-ribbing.
The salad forks were chilled on Sunday night in Beverly Hills as Oregon football partook in a Rose Bowl tradition unlike any other, the 59th annual Lawry's Beef Bowl. One of the Rose Bowl journey's signature events, Lawry's The Prime Rib in Beverly Hills has hosted the two teams competing in the game since 1956. The competition is simple: the team who consumes the most prime rib wins.
The Ducks had their go first, and the amount of delicious red meat they consumed will be a closely-guarded secret until the Seminoles chow down on Monday night. Here are a few moments from the feast as provided by the Twitterverse:
Lawry's Beef Bowl pic.twitter.com/hsyKYXr0IU
— OREGON FOOTBALL EQ (@OregonFBequip) December 29, 2014
— Dan Greenspan (@DanGreenspan) December 29, 2014
Tony Washington adds seasoning to the famous spinning salad at Oregon Lawry's Beef Bowl pic.twitter.com/bSxggZ0mIW
— Tribune Photography (@TribunePhoto) December 29, 2014
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