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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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227's™ Facebook Fries!¡' (aka YouTube Chili' NBA) Gildan New Mexico Bowl, Albuquerque (4:30 p.m., ESPN) College Football Spicy' Bowl Games Spicy' #NBA Mix! New Mexico Bowl From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia     New Mexico Bowl Gildan New Mexico Bowl Stadium Dreamstyle Stadium Location Albuquerque, New Mexico Operated 2006–present Conference tie-ins MWC, C-USA Previous conference tie-ins WAC (2006–10), Pac-12(2012–13) Payout US$912,500 [1] Sponsors Gildan (2011–present) Former names New Mexico Bowl (2006–2010) 2016 matchup UTSA vs. New Mexico (New Mexico 23–20) 2017 matchup TBD (December 16, 2017) The New Mexico Bowl (officially known since 2011 as the Gildan New Mexico Bowl for sponsorship reasons) is an NCAA-sanctioned post-season college football bowl game that has been played annually since 2006 at Dreamstyle Stadium (known before May 2017 as University Stadium) on the campus of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Since its founding, the bowl has been typically scheduled before Christmas as one of the first of the season. In 2011, clothing manufacturer Gildan became the first title sponsor for the game. Beginning with the 2014 game, the New Mexico Bowl features a team from the Mountain West Conference and a team from Conference USA, provided both conferences have enough bowl eligible teams. If one or both conferences does not, the bowl selection committee chooses an at-large team from another conference. In August 2013, it was announced that Conference USA had signed an agreement to send a regional team to participate in the game for six seasons beginning in 2014 replacing the Pac-12 Conference. From 2006 to 2010, a team from the Mountain West played a team from the Western Athletic Conference. ESPN, whose ESPN Regional Television division (also known as ESPN Plus) supervises the bowl activities as one of the 11 bowl games they run, is the television home for the game.[2]The game is the only annually nationally televised sporting event in the state of New Mexico. The 2006 contest was the first bowl game played in New Mexico, seeing the San Jose State Spartans defeat the New Mexico Lobos 20–12. The 2012 game was the highest-scoring and closest New Mexico Bowl of all-time and ended with two Arizona touchdowns in the final 42 seconds of play. The New Mexico Bowl trophy is a 20-inch piece of Zia Pueblo pottery, painted with Pueblo symbols, the New Mexico Bowl logo, football players, and the logos of the competing teams. The Zia symbol, a Zia Pueblo symbol that is used in the state flag, is incorporated into the bowl game logo. The most valuable player trophies are crafted from traditional leather shields.[3] The New Mexico Bowl stays active in the offseason among the nation and the local community. The bowl co-sponsors the Presbyterian Ear Institutes' Run To Break The Silence, a 5K, 10K and 20K fun run at Sandia Resort and Casino. They also team with NCAA Football to put on a free clinic for area youth coached by both New Mexico and New Mexico State coaches.[4] Contents   [hide]  1Game results 2MVPs 3Most appearances 4Wins by conference 5Game records 6Attendance 7Television coverage 8Former logos 9See also 10References 11External links Game results[edit] Date Winning Team Score Losing Team December 23, 2006 San Jose State 20–12 New Mexico December 22, 2007 New Mexico 23–0 Nevada December 20, 2008 Colorado State 40–35 Fresno State December 19, 2009 Wyoming 35–28(2OT) Fresno State December 18, 2010 BYU 52–24 UTEP December 17, 2011 Temple 37–15 Wyoming December 15, 2012 Arizona 49–48 Nevada December 21, 2013 Colorado State 48–45 Washington State December 20, 2014 Utah State 21–6 UTEP December 19, 2015 Arizona 45–37 New Mexico December 17, 2016 New Mexico 23–20 UTSA MVPs[edit] Year Offensive MVP Defensive MVP Player Team Pos. Player Team Pos. 2006 James Jones San José State WR Matt Castelo San José State LB 2007 Donovan Porterie New Mexico QB Brett Madsen New Mexico LB 2008 Gartrell Johnson Colorado State RB Tommie Hill Colorado State DE 2009 Austyn Carta-Samuels Wyoming QB Mitch Unrein Wyoming DE 2010 Jake Heaps BYU QB Andrew Rich BYU FS 2011 Chris Coyer Temple QB Tahir Whitehead Temple LB 2012 Matt Scott Arizona QB Marquis Flowers Arizona LB 2013 Connor Halliday Washington State QB Shaquil Barrett Colorado State DE 2014 Kent Myers Utah State QB Zach Vigil Utah State LB 2015 Anu Solomon Arizona QB Scooby Wright Arizona LB 2016 Lamar Jordan New Mexico QB Dakota Cox New Mexico LB Most appearances[edit] Rank Team Appearances Record 1 New Mexico 4 2–2 T2 Colorado State 2 2–0 T2 Arizona 2 2–0 T2 Wyoming 2 1–1 T2 UTEP 2 0–2 T2 Fresno State 2 0–2 T2 Nevada 2 0–2 T8 BYU 1 1–0 T8 San Jose State 1 1–0 T8 Temple 1 1–0 T8 Utah State 1 1–0 T8 UTSA 1 0–1 T8 Washington State 1 0–1 Wins by conference[edit] Conference Appearances Wins Losses Pct. Mountain West 11 7 4 .636 WAC 4 1 3 .250 Pac-12 3 2 1 .750 C-USA 3 0 3 .000 MAC 1 1 0 1.000 Game records[edit] Team Performance vs. Opponent Year Most points scored 52, BYU vs. UTEP 2010 Fewest points allowed 0, New Mexico vs. Nevada 2007 Total Points 97, Nevada vs. Arizona 2012 Largest margin of victory 28, BYU vs. UTEP 2010 Smallest margin of victory 1, Arizona vs. Nevada 2012 First downs 39, Nevada vs. Arizona 2012 Rushing yards 404, Nevada vs. Arizona 2012 Passing yards 410, Washington State vs. Colorado State 2013 Total yards 659, Nevada vs. Arizona 2012 Individual Player, Team Year Points scored 18, shared by 4 players;  Cody Hoffman, BYU  Kapri Bibbs, Colorado State  Jared Baker, Arizona  Lamar Jordan, New Mexico 2010 2013 2015 2015 Passing touchdowns 6, Connor Halliday, Washington State 2013 Rushing yards 285, Gartrell Johnson, Colorado State 2008 Passing yards 410, Connor Halliday, Washington State 2013 Receiving yards 182, Cayleb Jones, Arizona 2015 Attendance[edit] Year Attendance Teams 2006 34,111 New Mexico vs. San Jose State 2007 30,223 New Mexico vs. Nevada 2008 24,735 Colorado State vs. Fresno State 2009 24,898 Wyoming vs. Fresno State 2010 32,424 BYU vs. UTEP 2011 25,762 Temple vs. Wyoming 2012 24,610 Arizona vs. Nevada 2013 27,104 Washington State vs. Colorado State 2014 28,725 Utah State vs. UTEP 2015 30,289 Arizona vs. New Mexico 2016 29,688 New Mexico vs. UTSA Television coverage[edit] New Mexico Bowl broadcasters Former logos[edit] Used from 2006–2009   5th Anniversary logo used in 2010 See also[edit] List of college bowl games References[edit] Jump up^ "2011–2012 College Football Bowl Game Schedule". CollegeFootballPoll.com. Retrieved 2011-11-22. Jump up^ As bowl attendance dips, college football leaders mull changes http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/college-football/news/20130110/college-football-bowl-system-changes/?sct=hp_t2_a9&eref=sihp Jump up^ Korte, Tim (2006-12-20). "Native American Artists Create Unique N.M. Bowl Trophy". Albuquerque Journal. Retrieved 2006-12-24. Jump up^ http://www.newmexicobowl.com External links[edit] Official website [show] v t e New Mexico Bowl [show] v t e NCAA Division I FBS bowl games Categories:  New Mexico Bowl College football bowls Related articles Penny Runs for 170, No. 19 SDSU Beats UNLV 41-10 227's™ YouTube Chili' $200,000,000 Spicy' MONEY v PAC-MAN (Superman v Batman: Dawn of Justice) NBA MONEY Mix! 227's™ YouTube Chili' Draymond Chili' Green x Chili' Eminem! | Beats by Spicy' Dre™ NBA Mix! 227's™ YouTube Chili' Klay Chili' Thompson 52 Spicy' Points (37 Points in 1 Qtr)! 13-13 100% FG% NBA Mix! 227's™ YouTube Chili' Batman v Superman: Dawn of Spicy' Justice Movie Trailer (March 2016) NBA DC Comics Mix! FBI report on black 'extremists' raises fears of targeting American Truck Simulator's New Mexico DLC hits the road next week Duke Sports at BlueDevilsReign.com: Duke 1-0 Hosts Utah Valley 0-1 Meet Wally Funk, the woman cheated out of the space race The Mountain West Conference seems poised for a comeback

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