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Pac-12, Las Vegas Bowl agree to six-year extension

Austin Seferian-Jenkins, J.C. Percy AP

The Pac-12 and Las Vegas Bowl became the latest conference and bowl to agree to a new extension past the 2013 season.

In a release, the two sides announced they will partner from 2014 through at least 2019. An opponent for the Pac-12 has yet to be officially announced.

“We are pleased to extend the Pac-12′s agreement with the Las Vegas Bowl and continue our strong partnership that began in 2001,” said Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott. “The game has proven to be a great destination for our fans as well as a top draw on television, and we look forward to providing positive experiences for our teams and our student-athletes for many years to come.”

The game has traditionally featured a Pac-12 team and a top selection from the Mountain West Conference. Last year, Boise State defeated Washington 28-26.

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1 Response to “Pac-12, Las Vegas Bowl agree to six-year extension”
  1. billmead1976 says: Jul 24, 2013 11:44 PM

    That’s good to know that USC will have a place to go every year with Lame Kitten.

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