2014 Belk Bowl
After another riveting matchup in 2013, which say the North Carolina Tar Heels defeat the Cincinnati
Bearcats, the Belk Bowl is sure to bring fans another game loaded with memorable moments that will help make the game the
talk of Charlotte, North Carolina. This is a bowl game that tends to have some of the brightest stars in college football,
providing more than a fair share of incredible plays that will have you jumping out of your seat at the Bank of America Stadium
in no time. When your favorite team is looking to make a goal line stand or finally score the go ahead points in a highly
anticipated Bowl Game there is nowhere better to be than in the stadium where you can feel the tension in the air and hopefully
erupt in celebration when they pull it off.
College football at this level is always packed with big time hits, jaw-dropping
catches, bone-rattling tackles, and more clutch plays than you'll believe without seeing with your own eyes, which is why
it's always a good idea to head out to the Belk Bowl. Though Bank of America Stadium is also great on game day for the Carolina
Panthers of the NFL, the atmosphere really gets taken to a different level when two top-tier college teams are battling it
out on the gridiron, with each looking to end their season on a high note at the nationally known Belk Bowl.
Bowl Event Info
Each year teams from the ACC and the SEC square-off in a memorable match up to win the coveted Belk
Bowl title and provide memories that will last a lifetime. Previously known as both the Meineke Car Care Bowl and the Queen
City Bowl, the Belk Bowl provides a super intense college football bowl game where some of the athletes are playing for their
school for the last time and looking to go out with a win. You definitely can get a taste of what all the excitement is about
as the Belk Bowl gets underway in another game that is sure to be absolutely loaded to the brim with bone-jarring excitement.
College Football Experience
You do not want to be stuck at home watching the game from your couch when you could
be cheering for your favorite school as they look to make their mark as Belk Bowl champions and provide all of the heart pounding
action and big plays along the way necessary to win. After being a part of all the excitement of a college bowl game by being
there in the stands, there is no way that you will settle for watching the game at home anymore, as college football is an
experience that springs to a completely different level when the game is on the line and you're watching the drama unfold
first-hand. No matter how tempting it is to watch a game like the Belk Bowl outside of the stadium, it simply doesn't get
any better than this.
Belk Bowl History
Formerly bringing together teams from the ACC and the AAC (American
Athletic Conference), these days it brings together the ACC and the SEC. Though it's been the SEC that has gained the reputation
of being the cream of the crop when it comes to college football, the ACC has been giving the SEC a major run for its money
in recent years, culminating in the recent national title of the Florida State Seminoles. Over the years, teams like Virginia,
Boston College and North Carolina State have all won this event more than once, and you can always bank on their being an
amazing atmosphere absolutely loaded with great fans that come out to see two of the two teams in the nation battle it out
for university pride and glory.
Belk Bowl Trivia
Did you know that Virginia won each of the first two
Though it was then known as the Continental Tire Bowl, the Hokies got this game started on a high note,
defeating the West Virginia Mountaineers in 2002 and then following it up by beating the Pittsburgh Panthers in 2003.
Belk Bowl Fans
Bank of America Stadium is home to the Belk Bowl each year and the enthusiasm of thousands of
screaming fans supporting their schools creates an unbelievable atmosphere for one of the top bowl games to close out the
NCAA football season. This year when it is time for the ACC to face off against the SEC in the Belk Bowl you will find that
there is no better place to be than at Bank of America Stadium, a venue that is known for hosting some of the very best football
games from one year to the next. Bowl season is a great time of year if you're a college football fan, and those fans will
be out in droves for another highly anticipated Belk Bowl in which absolutely anything can happen.