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Conference USA signs agreement with the Independence Bowl
Quote:DALLAS – Conference USA has announced an agreement with the Independence Bowl as part of the league’s future bowl lineup that will span the six-year cycle from 2020-25.

In this agreement, C-USA is guaranteed to send a team to the Shreveport, Louisiana-based bowl in 2021 and 2025. The C-USA representative is scheduled to face BYU in both the 2021 and 2025 seasons. The Independence Bowl also holds agreements with the Pac-12, American Athletic Conference and Army West Point during the six years.

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RE: Conference USA signs agreement with the Independence Bowl
BYU was on the schedule before the mafia shut us down. I think.
Wonder if they got a new Field house too?
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RE: Conference USA signs agreement with the Independence Bowl
I may be wrong, but I don't think I've ever seen a team "pre-booked" to a bowl. Conferences? Yes. A single team? No. I imagine this would still have to be contingent on them being bowl eligible or on the top of the list if they post a 5-7 year.

EDIT: Maybe Army for the Armed Services Bowl in the past? Not sure. Still don't think that was booked years in advance.
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RE: Conference USA signs agreement with the Independence Bowl
(02-05-2020 04:47 AM)blazr Wrote:  I may be wrong, but I don't think I've ever seen a team "pre-booked" to a bowl. Conferences? Yes. A single team? No. I imagine this would still have to be contingent on them being bowl eligible or on the top of the list if they post a 5-7 year.

EDIT: Maybe Army for the Armed Services Bowl in the past? Not sure. Still don't think that was booked years in advance.

I think Army and Navy both have some type of agreement. I know at one point Navy had a contract with the bowl in San Diego, I'm guessing because of the large Navy presence there.
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RE: Conference USA signs agreement with the Independence Bowl
Both BYU and Hawaii have both been "pre-booked" before. The bid is contingent of becoming bowl eligible in that season.
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