Eighth Annual Gildan New Mexico Bowl To Be Played on Dec. 21st
December 15, 2012
December 15, 2012
An interview with: COACH AULT
The Arizona Wildcats dominated tonight's game at the Team Dinner held at the Albuquerque Convention Center and catered by Rudy's Bar-b-que. Arizona won three of the four rounds of Survey Says, a Family Feud-style game that is hosted by Gus Davis.
Photos from the Welcome Dinner hosted by IT'Z. Photos courtesy of Arizona Athletics.
For the third consecutive year, the Gildan New Mexico Bowl and ESPN are upping sustainability efforts to create awareness and educate the fans and participating teams about some easy steps to help the environment.
The field is set for the seventh annual Gildan New Mexico Bowl with the Arizona Wildcats accepting the invitation offered by the Gildan New Mexico Bowl today. The game, slated for Saturday, Dec. 15, at 11 a.m. MT/1 p.m. ET, pits the Pac-12 member against the Nevada Wolf Pack. Owned and operated by ESPN Regional Television (ERT), a subsidiary of ESPN, the bowl game will kick off the FBS postseason from University Stadium on the University of New Mexico campus and airing nationally on ESPN, ESPN 3D and ESPN Radio.
There are 70 out of 124 teams that are eligible to fill one of the 62 open bowl slots this postseason. The teams that have already accepted bids are Nevada (Gildan New Mexico), Utah State (Famous Idaho Potato), BYU (San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia), San Diego State (San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia), Louisiana-Lafayette (R+L Carriers), SMU (Sheraton Hawai`i), Air Force (Bell Helicopter Armed Forces) and Navy (Kraft Fight Hunger).
ESPN Regional Television (ERT) and the Gildan New Mexico Bowl announce that the Nevada Wolf Pack have accepted an invitation to the seventh annual game to be played on Saturday, Dec. 15. The game, which should pit the 7-4 program against a member of the Pac-12, will kick off the FBS postseason, at 11 a.m. MT at University Stadium on the University of New Mexico campus and air nationally on ESPN, ESPN HD and ESPN Radio.
The nation’s college football analysts are making predictions for the post season, which kicks off in less than four weeks. For the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, the predictors are torn between Arizona and Arizona State out of the Pac-12. Amongst Mountain West members, the majority favor Nevada.