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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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Dec 28, 2007

Boston College Fights Off Spartans For Champs Sports Bowl Victory (AP)

(AP) Matt Ryan and Boston College had a much more enjoyable trip to Florida this time around. Ryan threw three touchdown passes, two to Rich Gunnell, and the Eagles extended the nation’s longest bowl winning streak to eight with a 24-21 victory over Michigan State in the Champs Sports Bowl on Friday. Boston College (11-3) won 11 games for the first time since 1940, but it was a season that at times had the promise of being even better. The […]

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Dec 02, 2007

Champs Sports Bowl Selects Boston College and Michigan State

On behalf of its Selection Committee, Florida Citrus Sports� Chairman Tony Martin and Executive Director Steve Hogan announce that Boston College and Michigan State University have been chosen to play in this year�s Champs Sports Bowl. The game, played on December 28 at 5:00 p.m. and televised on nationally on ESPN. �I am so excited about the Champs Sports Bowl and how far it has come in such a short time,� said FCSports Executive Director Steve Hogan. �To think that […]

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