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New Orleans Bowl From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia     New Orleans Bowl R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Stadium Mercedes-Benz Superdome Location New Orleans, Louisiana Previous stadiums Cajun Field (2005) Previous locations Lafayette, Louisiana(2005) Operated 2001–present Conference tie-ins Sun Belt, C-USA Previous conference tie-ins MWC (2001, 2011, 2014) Payout US$500,000[1] Sponsors Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation (2001–2003) Wyndham Hotels & Resorts (2004–2005) R+L Carriers (2006–present) Former names New Orleans Bowl (2001–2003) Wyndham New Orleans Bowl (2004–2005) New Orleans Bowl at Lafayette (2005) 2016 matchup Southern Miss vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (Southern Miss 28–21) 2017 matchup TBD (December 16, 2017) The New Orleans Bowl is an NCAA-sanctioned post-season college football bowl game that has been played annually at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisianasince 2001. The game was sponsored by Wyndham Hotels & Resorts from 2002 to 2004 and was officially called the Wyndham New Orleans Bowl. R+L Carriers replaced Wyndham as the sponsor in 2006, and thus it became officially known as the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl. Contents   [hide]  1Conference tie-ins 2History 3Game results 4MVPs 5Most appearances 6Wins by conference 7Game records 8Television and radio coverage 9See also 10References 11External links Conference tie-ins[edit] In 2001, the Sun Belt Conference signed a temporary contract to play against the 5th-ranked team from the Mountain West Conference. Beginning in 2002, the New Orleans Bowl established conference tie-ins with the Sun Belt and Conference USA. The Sun Belt usually sends its conference champion to the New Orleans Bowl, but can (and has) sent the champion to the GoDaddy Bowl. In 2010, Ohio represented the Mid-American Conference in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, after the Bowl released UTEP to compete in the regional Gildan New Mexico Bowl.[2]In 2011 and 2014 the Mountain West replaced Conference USA as the opponent to the Sun Belt representative The Sun Belt and Conference USA are currently under contract to contribute teams to the bowl through the 2017 game. History[edit] In the inaugural game, the Colorado State Rams defeated North Texas, 45–20. Starting in 2002, the Sun Belt signed a multi-year contract with Conference USA, and the two conferences began their bowl rivalry that December, when North Texas played then-Conference USA member Cincinnati (and won). Due to damage by Hurricane Katrina to the Superdome, where the game is usually played, the 2005 game was played on December 20 in Lafayette, Louisiana at Cajun Field on the campus of the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, and was dubbed the New Orleans Bowl at Lafayette. The game returned to the Superdome on December 22, 2006, with a new corporate sponsor in freight company R+L Carriers, renaming the game the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl. The game featured Troy, co-champions of the Sun Belt Conference facing Rice, making their first bowl game visit in 45 years, their last appearance being the Bluebonnet Bowl. Troy defeated Rice, 41–17. Game results[edit] Date Winning Team Losing Team Attendance Notes December 18, 2001 Colorado State 45 North Texas 20 27,004 notes December 17, 2002 North Texas 24 Cincinnati 19 19,024 notes December 16, 2003 Memphis 27 North Texas 17 25,184 notes December 14, 2004 Southern Miss 31 North Texas 10 27,253 notes December 20, 2005 Southern Miss 31 Arkansas State 19 18,338 notes December 22, 2006 Troy 41 Rice 17 26,423 notes December 21, 2007 Florida Atlantic 44 Memphis 27 25,146 notes December 21, 2008 Southern Miss 30 Troy 27 (OT) 30,197 notes December 20, 2009 Middle Tennessee 42 Southern Miss 32 30,228 notes December 18, 2010 Troy 48 Ohio 21 29,159 notes December 17, 2011 Louisiana–Lafayette (vacated) 32 San Diego State 30 42,841 notes December 22, 2012 Louisiana–Lafayette 43 East Carolina 34 48,828 notes December 21, 2013 Louisiana–Lafayette (vacated) 24 Tulane 21 54,728 notes December 20, 2014 Louisiana–Lafayette 16 Nevada 3 34,014 notes December 19, 2015 Louisiana Tech 47 Arkansas State 28 32,847 notes December 17, 2016 Southern Miss 28 Louisiana-Lafayette 21 35,061 notes Notes; The 2005 game was played at Cajun Field in Lafayette, Louisiana, due to damage to the Superdome by Hurricane Katrina. Louisiana–Lafayette vacated all 9 wins from 2011, including the New Orleans Bowl, and vacated 8 wins from 2013, including the New Orleans Bowl, due to major NCAA violations including ACT fraud.[3] MVPs[edit] Year MVP Team Position 2001 Justin Gallimore Colorado State DB 2002 Kevin Galbreath North Texas RB 2003 Danny Wimprine Memphis QB 2004 Michael Boley Southern Miss LB 2005 Shawn Nelson Southern Miss TE 2006 Omar Haugabook Troy QB 2007 Rusty Smith Florida Atlantic QB 2008 Austin Davis Southern Miss QB 2009 Dwight Dasher Middle Tennessee QB 2010 Corey Robinson Troy QB 2011 Blaine Gautier Louisiana–Lafayette (vacated) QB 2012 Terrance Broadway Louisiana–Lafayette QB 2013 Orleans Darkwa Tulane RB 2014 Terrance Broadway Louisiana–Lafayette QB 2015 Kenneth Dixon Louisiana Tech RB 2016 Allenzae Staggers Southern Miss WR Most appearances[edit] Rank Team Appearances Record 1 Southern Miss 5 4–1 2 North Texas 4 1–3 T3 Louisiana–Lafayette 3 2–1 T3 Troy 3 2–1 T5 Memphis 2 1–1 T5 Arkansas State 2 0–2 T7 Colorado State 1 1–0 T7 Florida Atlantic 1 1–0 T7 Louisiana Tech 1 1–0 T7 Middle Tennessee 1 1–0 T7 Nevada 1 0–1 T7 Cincinnati 1 0–1 T7 East Carolina 1 0–1 T7 Ohio 1 0–1 T7 Rice 1 0–1 T7 San Diego State 1 0–1 T7 Tulane 1 0–1 Does not include Louisiana–Lafayette's two vacated wins. Wins by conference[edit] Conference Wins Losses Pct. Sun Belt 7 7 .500 Conference USA 6 6 .500 Mountain West 1 2 .333 MAC 0 1 .000 Does not include Louisiana–Lafayette's two vacated wins. Game records[edit] Team Performance vs. Opponent Year Most points scored 48, Troy vs. Ohio 2010 Fewest points allowed 3, Louisiana–Lafayette vs. Nevada 2014 Margin of victory 27, Troy vs. Ohio 2010 First downs 30, Troy vs. Ohio 2010 Rushing yards 246, Colorado State vs. North Texas 2001 Passing yards 492, Louisiana–Lafayette vs. San Diego State 2011 (vacated) Total yards 687, Louisiana Tech vs. Arkansas State 2015 Individual Player, Team Year Points scored 24, Kenneth Dixon, Louisiana Tech 2015 Passing touchdowns 5, Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic 2007 Rushing yards 201, Dwight Dasher, Middle Tennessee 2009 Passing yards 470, Blaine Gautier, Louisiana–Lafayette 2011 (vacated) Receiving yards 230, Allenzae Staggers, Southern Miss 2016 Television and radio coverage[edit] List of New Orleans Bowl broadcasters See also[edit] List of college bowl games References[edit] Jump up^http://www.collegefootballpoll.com/bowl_games_bowl_schedule.html Jump up^ http://neworleansbowl.org/news/bowl/index.html?article_id=7597 Jump up^ "Exam fraud, recruit payments among NCAA accusations against UL-Lafayette, ex-assistant coach David Saunders". The Baton Rouge Advocate. October 11, 2015. Retrieved October 20, 2015. External links[edit] Official website [show] v t e New Orleans Bowl [show] v t e NCAA Division I FBS bowl games Categories:  New Orleans Bowl Related articles Governor Edwards teases huge economic development announcement ATC commissioner's sister-in-law gunned down in New Orleans New Orleans humming with excitement over Serena Williams wedding 227's™ YouTube Chili' Draymond Chili' Green x Chili' Eminem! | Beats by Spicy' Dre™ NBA Mix! Oil spills into Gulf of Mexico after underwater pipe bursts Anti-abuse organizations speak out after recent child murders Trump on his Puerto Rico response: 'I'd say it was a 10' 227's™ YouTube Chili' LeBron Chili' James Top 10 Spicy' Plays of Career! NBA Chilliciously' KING-alicious Mix! Oil rig explodes in Louisiana lake, injuries reported
227's™ Facebook Fries!¡' (aka YouTube Chili' NBA) AutoNation Cure Bowl, Orlando, Fla. (2:30 p.m., CBSSN) College Football Spicy' Bowl Games Spicy' #NBA Mix! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia     Cure Bowl AutoNation Cure Bowl Stadium Camping World Stadium Location Orlando, Florida Operated 2015–present Conference tie-ins American, Sun Belt Sponsors AutoNation (2015–present) 2016 matchup Arkansas State vs. UCF (Arkansas State 31–13) 2017 matchup TBD (December 16, 2017) The Cure Bowl, officially the AutoNation Cure Bowl for sponsorship purposes, is an annual American college football bowl game played in December of each year starting in 2015.[1]The Cure Bowl is so named to promote awareness and research of breast cancer, with proceeds going to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The AutoNation Cure Bowl, which features a match-up of teams from the American Athletic Conference and the Sun Belt Conference, is played at Camping World Stadium in downtown Orlando, Florida. It is the third annual college bowl game at the Camping World Stadium, joining the Camping World Bowl and the Citrus Bowl. The inaugural AutoNation Cure Bowl took place on December 19, 2015,[2] and was nationally televised on the CBS Sports Network.[3] On October 24, 2014, AutoNation signed on as the inaugural title sponsor of the game.[4] Contents   [hide]  1History 2Game results 3MVPs 4Most appearances 5Wins by conference 6Media coverage 6.1Television 6.2Radio 7See also 8References 9External links History[edit] In the fall of 2007, college football in Orlando experienced a surge of support thanks to the completion of a new on-campus stadium at the University of Central Florida (UCF). The community enthusiasm inspired a group of Orlando leaders and philanthropists, many of which were UCF alums, to bring a new college bowl game to Orlando and to make it different by directly tying it to a charitable cause. Among those initial supporters were the founding Board of Director members and Advisory Board members: Mack Mclaughlin, Alan Fidelo, Joe Mckinney, Jeff Lagos, Dave Almstead, Joe Hornstein, Megan Dowdy, Scott Rose, Alan Morrison, Mike Foristall, George Lamelza, and Executive Director, Alan Gooch. Through years of experience working with and supporting college athletics, Florida Citrus Sports and the NCAA College Football Bowl system, this group knew that each college bowl game donated its profits to a charitable cause. However, the general public typically is unaware of which charitable causes are being supported. To separate this bowl from the rest, the founding board wanted the bowl game to be different, to allow the public to support the game as well as a significant cause. To do this it was decided the cause would be incorporated into the game title. As a result, the AutoNation Cure Bowl was born. The inaugural Cure Bowl was played in 2015 and the game featured opponents from the Mountain West Conference and the Sun Belt Conference, due to The American not having enough teams to fill the tie-in. The game currently features opponents from The American and the Sun Belt Conference. Rather than play at Bright House Networks Stadium on the campus of UCF, it was decided to hold the game at the newly-renovated Camping World Stadium in downtown Orlando. Game results[edit] Date Winning Team Losing Team Attendance Notes December 19, 2015 San Jose State 27 Georgia State 16 18,536 notes December 17, 2016 Arkansas State 31 UCF 13 27,213 notes MVPs[edit] Year MVP Team Position 2015 Kenny Potter San Jose State QB 2016 Kendall Sanders Arkansas State WR Most appearances[edit] Rank Team Appearances Record T1 Arkansas State 1 1–0 T1 San Jose State 1 1–0 T1 Georgia State 1 0–1 T1 UCF 1 0–1 Wins by conference[edit] Conference Wins Losses Pct. Sun Belt Conference 1 1 .500 Mountain West Conference 1 0 1.000 American Athletic Conference 0 1 .000 Media coverage[edit] Television[edit] Date Network Play-by-play announcers Color commentators Sideline reporters 2016 CBS Sports Network Carter Blackburn Aaron Taylor Jenny Dell 2015 CBS Sports Network Carter Blackburn Aaron Taylor Jenny Dell Radio[edit] Date Network Play-by-play announcers Color commentators Sideline reporters 2016 Touchdown Radio Bernie Guenther Gino Torretta Jamie Seh 2015 iHeartRadio Paul Kennedy Max Starks Jamie Seh See also[edit] List of college bowl games Greater Orlando References[edit] Jump up^ "Orlando set to host third bowl game featuring teams from AAC, Sun Belt". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved 2014-04-14. Jump up^ "Citrus Bowl to host Cure Bowl in 2015". WESH.com. Hearst Television. Retrieved 2014-04-14. Jump up^ "AAC, Sun Belt to meet in 2015 Cure Bowl on CBS Sports Network". CBSSports.com. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 2014-10-23. Jump up^ "AutoNation signs on as title sponsor of Cure Bowl". Retrieved October 24, 2014. External links[edit] Official website [show] v t e Cure Bowl [show] v t e NCAA Division I FBS bowl games [show] v t e NCAA Division I FBS bowl game broadcasters Categories:  Cure Bowl 2015 establishments in Florida American football in Orlando, Florida Annual sporting events in the United States College football bowls Recurring sporting events established in 2015 Related articles Registration is Now Open for the 13th Annual International Conference on Contracts (KCon XIII) - Orlando, FL VIDEO: Go Behind the Scenes of HELLO AGAIN with Audra McDonald & More! 227's™ YouTube Chili' Draymond Chili' Green x Chili' Eminem! | Beats by Spicy' Dre™ NBA Mix! 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