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Oct 16, 2009

RBC Bank Feast on the 50 Lights Up the Night

Florida Citrus Sports annual on-field bonanza – RBC Bank Feast on the 50 – took place last night at Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium and saw a crowd of over 2,100 come out and ignore the rain to enjoy a night of food, drinks, fun, fireworks and school spirit.  Alumni tents, food vendors, two beer trucks and interactive games for the kids were all a part of the fun.  At RBC Bank Feast on the 50, the winners of the 2nd Annual […]

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Oct 13, 2009

Capital One Bowl Extends Partnership with Big Ten Conference

The Capital One Bowl will continue to host the top non-BCS Big Ten team through 2013, the conference and FCSports announced Tuesday.  The renewal for the 2010-2013 college football seasons extends the conference’s second-longest bowl agreement behind the Rose Bowl, a partnership that first began in 1992 and has set one of the Big Ten’s elite teams to Orlando for each of the last 17 years.  “The Capital One Bowl has a long-standing relationship with the Big Ten, and we […]

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Oct 07, 2009

Champs Sports Bowl Extends Partnership with Atlantic Coast Conference

Florida Citrus Sports CEO Steve Hogan and Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford have announced a partnership agreement for the 2010-13 Champs Sports Bowls. The agreement with the ACC will bring Orlando the second pick after the Bowl Championship Series selection (i.e. the conference’s third overall pick) to play against the top non-BCS team from the BIG EAST Conference or Notre Dame.  “Our relationship with the Champs Sports Bowl has been absolutely terrific over the years and we are extremely […]

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