The Team is back again, just in time for College Bowl Season. Join Paul Baker, Marc Viquez Dave Cottenie, and Dan Colacicco as they once again welcome Andrew Bauhs of CollegeFootballTour.com. The topic of the day is NCAA Football as they wrap up the season. What are the best bowl experiences in the best cities? Check it out for sure!
It’s College Football Season and the Team is all over it!! Join Marc Viquez, Dan Colacicco, Paul Baker, Dave Cottenie and special guest Andrew Bauhs of CollegeFootballTour.com as they delve into NCAA FBS Football. Where are the best spots? What schools have the best traditions? What schools need to show some improvement? Get the school colors on, grab your pom poms and make sure you have a great spot to see the band!
Greenville, North Carolina is bidding for a new college football bowl game in 2020. The Bar-B-Q Bowl, if selected, will be played at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium, home of the East Carolina Pirates.
Camping World Stadium is ocated in the West Lakes neighborhood of Orlando. It is also home to the Cure Bowl and the Camping World Bowl. The stadium has served as home to UCF Football until 2007 and various football teams such as the Orlando Panthers, Orlando Renegades, Florida Tuskers, and the Orlando Fantasy. Orlando City SC also played soccer here until their own stadium opened and two seperate WrestleMania’s have been held here. In 2014 major restorations occurred to Camping World Stadium. The stadium’s upper level seating were retained, but the entire lower bowl structure was demolished and replaced. The best part of the remodel is the better seats and the three big video boards.
Eagle Bank was the initial sponsor of the then-named EagleBank Bowl until 2010 and the name was changed to the Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman. In 2013, the Military Bowl was moved from Washington, DC’s RFK Stadium to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium at the U.S. Naval Academy. The events surrounding the bowl game are still generally held in and around DC. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium is a special place to watch a game. If you are lucky to see the home team in action, it makes it even better. The Military Bowl is worth a watch no matter what.
Originally called the Fort Worth Bowl, in 2006 it was renamed the Armed Forces Bowl, with a commitment to honor past and present Armed Forces members. This bowl game is unique as being the only bowl game to have all three service academies as past participants, along with recognizing all five service branches. Lockheed Martin took a sponsorship role in 2014, and currently has a contract through 2019.