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Hawai'i Bowl To Be Played On Christmas Eve
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HONOLULU – ESPN Events, a subsidiary of ESPN, announced that the Hawai‘i Bowl will be played on Wednesday, Dec. 24, on Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium. Kickoff is 3 p.m. HT (8 p.m. ET) and the game will be televised nationally on ESPN.
Now in its 13th year, the bowl will pit a team from the Mountain West against a team from Conference USA. The game will be played on Christmas Eve for the tenth time.
“We are excited to continue our holiday tradition of showcasing Hawai’i to the entire nation on ESPN,” said David Matlin, Hawai‘i Bowl Executive Director. “While mainland families are enjoying their Christmas Eve in frigid winter conditions, they can escape from the weather for a few hours of college football in paradise.”
In 2014, Sheraton Hotels and Resorts will transition from title sponsor to official hotel sponsor of the Hawai’i Bowl. Sheraton’s sponsorship over the past eleven years has been key to the Hawai’i Bowl’s success. We are pleased that Sheraton Hotels and Resorts will continue to provide an unforgettable bowl week experience for our visiting teams and their fans. | More |
(Tuesday, December 24, 2013)
Rashaad Reynolds, Oregon St. Rough Up Boise St. In Hawaii Bowl
HONOLULU - Rashaad Reynolds and Oregon State made the most of their final chance to stop a costly losing streak.
Reynolds returned two fumbles for touchdowns, helping the Beavers beat Boise State 38-23 in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl on Tuesday night.
Oregon State won six of its first seven games of the season. Then a 20-12 home loss to then-No. 8 Stanford started a five-game slide that came to an end when the Beavers (7-6) set several records in handing Boise State its worst loss in two months.
Oregon State coach Mike Riley said stopping the skid was the biggest deal for his team.
"They've worked hard, they haven't lost their focus even though there's been some discouragement, they didn't let it stay with them," Riley said. "I loved how they've responded all year."
Biletnikoff Award-winner Brandin Cooks grabbed eight balls for 60 yards and a touchdown. He extended his Pac-12 single-season record to 128 receptions and broke the conference record for yards receiving with 1,730, passing Southern California's Marqise Lee. | More |
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