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June 25, 2013 at 10:18 AM

Pac-12 renews a few bowl agreements

In case you missed it, the Pac-12 on Monday renewed its agreements with the Holiday, Sun and Kraft Fight Hunger bowls. ESPN.com has details here.

Along with the Rose and Alamo, those bowls now become the ones at the top of the conference’s bowl lineup, with the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl making a move up the selection ladder (technically from sixth to fourth, with the Rose/BCS getting automatic picks).

As the story notes, the status of the Las Vegas and New Mexico bowls is a little unclear.

The big winner bowl-wise is the Kraft Fight Hunger, a game that’s been easy to¬† make fun of because of its name (though definitely a worthy cause) but a game that is showing some staying power and apparently winning over converts in the Pac-12.

Remember, though, these changes take place for the 2014 season, so the bowl lineup for this season remains the same as a year ago (and every season since 2010, for that matter).

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