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Exclamation SBC Conference Bowl Tie-Ins
The purpose of this thread is to deliver clarity on our current bowl situation for 2014, with some added notes discussing 2015 and beyond.

2014 (Primary Tie-Ins)

New Orleans Bowl (SBC Vs CUSA) (New Orleans)
Go Daddy Bowl (SBC Vs MAC) (Mobile)
Camelia Bowl (SBC Vs MAC) (Montgomery)

2014 (Secondary Tie-Ins)



It can get confusing with so many bowls. Someone please list the tie in specifications of each. Specifically, whether or not the SBC is the primary tie in for each bowl. I remember a while back we were secondary to a few bowls, St Pete maybe? I believe the Camelia Bowl has a rotation that doesn't always involve the SBC. The rules about placing the champ etc. The differences make for a complex bowl situation for our league, but I find it interesting. So who's got info they want to share? I'll update this thread with the goods when they come in.

Dates, locations and TV ratings might be good info as well. Where would you want to go? I'd love to try out the new citrus bowl (looks like 2015 now) as I've already been to New Orleans twice, and Mobile once. Montgomery is less than an hour away.
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RE: SBC Conference Bowl Tie-Ins
2014

New Orleans Bowl (Vs CUSA)
Camelia Bowl (Vs MAC)
Cure Bowl (Vs AAC)
Go Daddy Bowl (Vs MAC)

2015

New Orleans Bowl (Vs CUSA)
Camelia Bowl (Vs MAC)
Cure Bowl (Vs AAC)
Go Daddy Bowl (Vs MAC)

2016

New Orleans Bowl (Vs CUSA)
Camelia Bowl (Vs MAC)
Cure Bowl (Vs AAC)
Go Daddy Bowl (Vs MAC)

2017

New Orleans Bowl (Vs CUSA)
Camelia Bowl (Vs MAC)
Cure Bowl (Vs AAC)
Go Daddy Bowl (Vs MAC)
Bahamas Bowl (vs MAC/CUSA)

2018

New Orleans Bowl (Vs AAC)
Camelia Bowl (Vs MAC)
Cure Bowl (Vs AAC)
Go Daddy Bowl (Vs MAC)

2019

Miami Bowl (Vs AAC)
Camelia Bowl (Vs MAC)
Cure Bowl (Vs AAC)
Go Daddy Bowl (Vs MAC)
Bahamas Bowl (Vs CUSA/MAC)

*Notes: Go Daddy Contract up for renewal after 2017 game. NO Bowl swapped with Miami for one year in 2019
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RE: SBC Conference Bowl Tie-Ins
This is lookiing better and better. My goal is for EVERY Sun Belt team who finishes 7-5 or better to have a bowl to go to. If some 6-6 teams get in too I am ok with that too.
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RE: SBC Conference Bowl Tie-Ins
Orlando Bowl is 15 not 14
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RE: SBC Conference Bowl Tie-Ins
(04-14-2014 03:44 PM)warhawk09 Wrote:  Orlando Bowl is 15 not 14

Fixed.
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