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Arizona Bowl

Sponsored by Nova Home Loans, the Arizona Bowl was added to the NCAA postseason schedule in 2015, along with the Austin Bowl and the Cure Bowl. The game is played at Arizona Stadium on the University of Arizona campus, bringing bowl football back to Tucson for the first time since 1999 – when the former Copper Bowl (now Cactus Bowl) relocated to Phoenix.

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Camping World Bowl

College football bettors can be forgiven for their confusion over the history of the Camping World Bowl. Originally intended as a showcase for the then recently built Joe Robbie Stadium in Miami, the game was first called the Sunshine Football Classic before being labeled as the Blockbuster Bowl in its 1990 debut.

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Texas Bowl

The city of Houston played host to 29 Bluebonnet Bowls from 1959 to 1987, and later to six Houston Bowls. Since 2006, Houston’s been home to the Texas Bowl, one of now six bowl games played each year in the Lone Star State.

The Texas Bowl, also played as the Meineke Car Care of Texas and Advocare Bowls, takes place every December between Christmas and New Year’s Day at NRG Stadium in Houston. This bowl now pits the Big 12 against the SEC, but the Texas Bowl has taken teams from eight different conferences over the years.

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Armed Forces Bowl

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Holiday Bowl

The Holiday Bowl has been played since 1978 in San Diego at what is now known as Qualcomm Stadium, although its future there is unclear after 2018. Because the NFL’s Chargers moved to Los Angeles, Qualcomm Stadium could be razed and the Holiday Bowl might move to Petco Park, home of MLB’s Padres. This bowl was created to give the WAC, now defunct in college football, an automatic bowl bid after the Fiesta Bowl severed ties with the conference because of Arizona and Arizona State moving to what is now the Pac-12.

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Belk Bowl

The Charlotte, North Carolina-based Belk Bowl began existence in 2002 as the Continental Tire Bowl. It was later played as the Meineke Car Care Bowl, and since 2011 the Belk Bowl. It’s the only bowl game played in North Carolina, and currently matches teams from the ACC and SEC. The game is played each December between Christmas and New Year’s Eve, at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.

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Hawaii Bowl

The Hawaii Bowl is typically played on Christmas Day or Christmas Eve at the Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. This bowl started being played in 2002 and has no affiliation with the Aloha Bowl, which ran from 1982 to 2000. Despite the lack of affiliation, the Aloha Bowl is looked at as a predecessor to the Hawaii Bowl as this bowl picked up where the Aloha Bowl left off in the same stadium just one year after it ended.

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Liberty Bowl

The Liberty Bowl is the eighth-oldest college football bowl, first played in 1959 in Philadelphia, the home of the Liberty Bell.

In its early days the Liberty Bowl was played in cold conditions, in front of small crowds. For those reasons, in 1964 the Liberty Bowl became the first major college bowl to be played indoors, at the Convention Center in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Utah beat West Virginia 32-6. The following year the Liberty Bowl moved to Memphis, Tennessee and the Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, where it’s been played ever since, often on New Year’s Eve. 

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TaxSlayer Bowl

What originally started in 1946 as the Gator Bowl is now known as the TaxSlayer Bowl. The college bowl game is played annually in Florida and is the sixth oldest of all the college bowl games. It’s no coincidence that schools from Florida typically play in the game, as Florida, Clemson and Florida State rank near the top of the list for most appearances in the game.

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Alamo Bowl

One of the most successful contests on the college football bowl game schedule, the Alamo Bowl has been a fixture at San Antonio’s Alamodome since 1993, and now features matchups between squads from the Pac-12 and the Big 12.

Originally designed as a showcase for teams from the Pac-12 and now-defunct Southwest Conference, the Alamo Bowl involved Big 12 and Big Ten teams from 1995 through 2009, before the Pac-12 returned to replace the Big Ten in 2010.

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