The Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic is the fourth-oldest college football bowl game in the country. The Cotton Bowl Classic or Cotton Bowl game has been held annually in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex since 1937. The Cotton Bowl game was historically home to the Southwest Conference Champion to play other deserving football teams.
When one thinks of the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, the thought of the Miss America Paegent comes to mind. However, football has had a long history underneath its roof dating back to 1930.
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.
The Taxslayer Gator Bowl has moved to a new date, revived its old name, and added a ton of fun events to the schedule to create a wonderful post-season atmosphere for college football.
The Cheez-it Bowl is celebrating their 30th year of providing post-season college football to the state of Arizona – the bowl originally started back in 1989, about 100 miles south on Interstate 10, in Tucson. Over its three decades of existence, the bowl game has had many names, including the Copper Bowl, the Insight.com Bowl, the Insight Bowl, the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, and most recently, the Cactus Bowl. Besides the name change, the game has also been played in three different cities: Tucson, Tempe, and Phoenix. The game is currently hosted by the Fiesta Bowl organization, which partners with the Big 12 and Pac-12 conferences.
While many may look to the typical “New Year’s Six” bowl games for college football greatness, the Citrus Bowl has been one of the other top bowl games during the season that commonly brings two of the top programs together for a titanic clash. Coupled with a long history in the Central Florida community, the Citrus Bowl offers something for everyone in the family, and is arguably one of the best ways to spend New Year’s.