2014 San Francisco Bowl
Come out and show your support by seeing some of the most talented college football players
in the country as they battle it out with everything on the line in a top-tier bowl game that will have everyone talking about.
This is a great bowl game that brings together two of the best teams in the country to the beautiful new Levi's Stadium, which
hosts the San Francisco 49ers of the NFL but is also the perfect place for a huge college football game. When the stakes are
raised for the college postseason, there is simply no duplicating the intensity that you're going to find down on the field,
which is why this is a game that you absolutely just don't want to miss out on.
This game currently has tie-ins with
the Pac 12 Conference and the Big Ten Conference, which tells you all that you need to know about the level of competition
that you're going to see. Yep, the San Francisco Bowl is the type of game that has all kinds of superstars both sides of the
bowl, which is part of what makes it as good as it gets if you love college football played at the highest level. The San
Francisco Bowl is one of the few bowl games played before New Year's Day and features some of the best teams from two of the
best football conferences in the country on a regular basis, which has helped build it into a prominent game that always has
the attention of college gridiron fans.
Recently, there have also been all kinds of great matchups that have captured
the attention of fans, as the 2013 game brought together a riveting contest between Washington and BYU. Though it was the
Huskies taking down the Cougars, the game was filled with incredible plays that had fans on their feet. This time around,
you can count on some more incredible football as two excellent teams battle it out with everything on the line once the San
Francisco Bowl kicks off.
San Francisco Bowl Event Info
This is a bowl that was called the San Francisco
Bowl when it was founded in 2002, but since has switched to the Emerald Bowl and the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl before returning
to being called the San Francisco Bowl. While the conferences associated with the San Francisco Bowl may have changed over
the years, one thing has remained constant: the high level of competition. Currently the San Francisco Bowl features two of
the best teams from the Pac 12 Conference and the Big Ten Conference. All of the conferences that have ever been involved
in the San Francisco Bowl are known to have some of the best college football programs in the country, so you can be assured
that there will be high quality football being played at Levi's Stadium in late December.
Recently, with both Washington
and Arizona State taking down wins, it's been the PAC-12 that has had the upper hand in this one, but you never know what
can happen when you have this type of talent down on the field. Filled with players who are sure to go on to play on the next
level as well, the San Francisco Bowl has players who can do it all down on the field, which is why this is a game that has
gained a reputation for having exciting styles of football clashing each and every year. Put it all together and the San Francisco
Bowl is the type of postseason college football matchup that is sure to have fans talking all over the country leading up
to game time.
College Football Experience
Even in the high-def era, there is something you simply can't
feel through the TV screen, and that's the electricity of the crowd when your favorite team digs in late in the fourth quarter.
Be there for all of the highlight-reel runs, eye-popping throws and clutch kicks that have become the staple of college football
over the years. Sure, the TV is better than nothing, but there's simply no comparing it with the experience of being with
thousands of screaming fans all cheering for the home team. Start making your plans as soon as you can as the San Francisco
Bowl gets ready to once again dazzle fans from one snap to the next, with two great teams looking to put an exclamation point
on their seasons in style.
San Francisco Bowl History
The start of the San Francisco Bowl came from the
construction of AT&T Park. AT&T Park first opened in 2000 and is primarily a ballpark, the home of the San Francisco
Giants, though it also became known as the type of place to find a great college bowl game as well. With the opening of Levi's
Stadium in Santa Clara, however, the venue shifts to a new state-of-the-art field that has become the perfect home for the
San Francisco 49ers. Overall, Boston College leads the way with three appearances in the San Francisco Bowl and both Navy
and UCLA have the second most appearances with two. So far, no team has actually repeated, bringing together a series of great
matchups that continue to capture the attention of fans each and every December.
San Francisco Bowl Trivia
you know who were the MVP winners in the first San Francisco Bowl?
The answer is both Bryan Randall and Anthony Schlegel,
who were both major factors in the game. Ultimately, however, it was quarterback Randall who helped the Virginia Tech Hokies
take down linebacker Schlegel's Air Force Falcons.
San Francisco Bowl Fans
If you're looking for a great
matchup of college football titans, you've obviously come to the right place. The San Francisco Bowl routinely brings the
best in football excitement, which is something that's not likely to change any time in the near future. With an exciting
new venue and the type of tradition that always brings together great teams with passionate fan bases, the San Francisco Bowl
is as good as it gets if you're looking for college football at its finest. When your favorite team is driving down the field
in the middle of a game that could go either way, you'll definitely see what all of the buzz is about.