Do you feel like there are too many college football bowls? You are not alone...

FOX News' Chris Hoenig reports:

NCAA President Mark Emmert says it's time to consider the purpose of some of college football's bowl games, possibly cutting on the number of games starting next year... There are a record 40 games on tap this year...

Three schools with losing records received invites to bowls this year because there weren't enough six-win teams to fill all 80 slots...

No word which bowls would be at risk, but commercial sponsorship's mean every game has significant money at stake, including games like the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl or Famous Idaho Potato Bowl...

That money hasn't always found its way to schools, though, UConn lost almost $2-million several years ago by playing a bowl game, saddled with the cost of almost 10,000 unsold tickets.

Chris Hoenig, FOX News.