What bowl game is played in Seattle?

What bowl game is played in Seattle?

This bowl game was a continuation of the Oahu Bowl which had moved to Seattle. The 2001 game was played at Safeco Field and the 2002 game was played at Seahawks Stadium….Seattle Bowl.

Seattle Bowl (defunct)
Operated 2001–2002
Conference tie-ins ACC, Pac-10
Former names
Oahu Bowl

Where is each bowl game played?

College Football Playoff games

Name First Game Venue (Permanent Seating)
Sugar Bowl 1935 Caesars Superdome (73,208)
Cotton Bowl Classic 1937 AT Stadium (80,000)
Peach Bowl 1968 Mercedes-Benz Stadium (71,000)
Fiesta Bowl 1971 State Farm Stadium (63,400)

What bowl game is in New Mexico?

The New Mexico Bowl is an NCAA-sanctioned post-season college football bowl game that has been played annually since 2006 at University Stadium, on the campus of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

What is the biggest college bowl game?

Rose Bowl: Location and Stadium The Rose Bowl Game has been the most heavily attended bowl game since 1945, and the Rose Bowl itself is still the largest stadium of any that currently plays host to a postseason game.

Where is the Cactus Bowl?

Chase Field2016, 2016
Sun Devil Football StadiumArizona Stadium
Guaranteed Rate Bowl/Event locations

Who is playing in NM bowl 2021?

2021 New Mexico Bowl

2021 PUBG Mobile New Mexico Bowl
UTEP Miners Fresno State Bulldogs (7–5) (9–3) C–USA MWC 24 31 Head coach: Dana Dimel Head coach: Lee Marks (interim)
1 2 3 4 Total UTEP 7 10 0 7 24 Fresno State 9 10 7 5 31
Date December 18, 2021
Season 2021

Which college bowls are the best?

Ranking the 42 college football bowl games from best to worst

  • Orange Bowl: Michigan (12-1) vs.
  • Cotton Bowl: Alabama (12-1) vs.
  • Rose Bowl: Ohio State (10-2) vs.
  • Peach Bowl: Pittsburgh (11-2) vs.
  • Fiesta Bowl: Oklahoma State (11-2) vs.
  • Sugar Bowl: Ole Miss (10-2) vs.
  • Alamo Bowl: Oregon (10-3) vs.

What were the 4 original bowl games?

By 1940, there were five major college bowl games: the Rose Bowl, the Sugar Bowl (1935), the Cotton Bowl Classic (1937), the Orange Bowl (1935), and the Sun Bowl (1935).