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Special ticket pricing for the Holiday Bowl
The Holiday Bowl is proud to offer special pricing on tickets.
Date & Location Monday, December 30th, 2013 7:15pm on ESPN at Qualcomm Stadium
Ticket Information 50% Off Select Tickets!
To purchase your tickets, click on the "Buy Tickets" button to the right!
Holiday Bowl History
The Holiday Bowl initially was conceived to annually feature the Western Athletic Conference champion against a nationally-ranked opponent. The WAC champion served as automatic host team in the Bowl from 1978 through 1994. From the game's inception through 1990, the Bowl matched the WAC champion against an at-large team. In 1991, the Bowl reached an agreement to have the Big Ten third selection play the WAC champion.
In 1995, an agreement was reached between the Holiday Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Pac-10, Big 12 and WAC. The Pac-10 runner-up or WAC champion would play in either the Holiday or Cotton Bowl and the Big 12 third selection would play in the Holiday Bowl.
After the breakup of the WAC in 1997, the Holiday Bowl signed agreements with the Pac-10 (now the Pac-12) and Big 12 conferences. Currently, the third selection from the Pac-12 serves as the game's anchor team to oppose the fifth selection from the Big 12.
Beginning in 2014, the Holiday Bowl will begin a new era of conference partnerships, as the bowl will feature a matchup between top-tier teams from the Big Ten and Pac-12 Conferences.
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