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Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl (St. Pete Bowl)

The St. Pete Bowl was a newly formed bowl game that was approved in late April 2008 and played at the conclusion of the 2008 college football regular season. Played in St. Petersburg, Florida, the St. Petersburg Bowl was first played on December 20th, 2008 at Tropicana Field and was sponsored by magicJack. The 2010 St. Petersburg Bowl featured a Big East team, the Louisville Cardinals against the Southern Miss Golden Eagles of Conference USA while 2013 saw East Carolina top the Ohio Bobcats from the MAC. 2014 saw the title sponsor change to Bitcoin, a International software-based payment system.



Past St. Petersburg Bowl games & results:

2014 Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl
NC State 34 - UCF 27
December 26
8 pm
ESPN
 
2013 Beef 'O' Bradys' St. Pete Bowl
East Carolina 37 - Ohio 20
December 23
2:00 pm ET
ESPN
 
2012 Beef 'O' Bradys' St. Pete Bowl
UCF 38 - Ball State 17
December 21
7:30 pm ET
ESPN
 
2011 Beef 'O' Bradys' St. Pete Bowl
Marshall 20 - FIU 10
December 20
8 pm ET
ESPN
2011 Beef 'O' Brady's St. Petersburg Bowl preview - 2011 St Pete Bowl recap
2010 St. Pete Bowl
Louisville 31 - Southern Miss 28
December 21
8 pm ET
ESPN
 
2009 St. Pete Bowl Rutgers 45 - Dec. 19, 2009 8 p.m. ESPN 2009 St Petersburg Bowl preview
2008 St. Pete Bowl USF 41 - Memphis 14 Dec. 20, 2008 4:30 pm ESPN2 2008 St Petersburg Bowl preview

 


 

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