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ALAMO BOWL 2010
The second Alamo Bowl of the year was held on December 29, 2010, just 11 months after Oklahoma State beat Arizona 36-10. This game is sure to please fans once again if history is any indication and you have a chance to be there live.
The Bowl Game will now pit the number 3 team in the Big 12 against the number 2 team in the Pacific 12 Conference (formally the Holiday Bowl’s gig). Big 12 commissioner Dan Beebe said that an increase of about 33 percent in payouts was something of a surprise. “We’re excited about this,” Beebe said. “In this economy to be able to command those payouts shows the attractiveness of the teams in our conference. The current payout is now set at $3 million.
“It’s hard to have that for a bowl we’ve worked with as long as we’ve worked with the Holiday Bowl,” Beebe said. “But the Alamo Bowl was able to get the commitment from their sponsors where they were able to attract those teams.”
Stay tuned as we find out who will be coming to San Antonio this December 29, 2011!
The Alamo Bowl is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) game that plays after the regular football season. This bowl game matches up the Big XII Conference's and the PAC-12 Conference's ranked number four teams against each other. The game is and has been held in San Antonio, Texas at the Alamodome every year near the end of the year.