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It’s the most wonderful time of the year as the college football bowl season 2023-24 is finally upon us, with 43 postseason games set to be played in the next 24 days. The festivities kick off tomorrow with the Myrtle Beach Bowl starting at 11 am ET on ESPN and culminating with the College Football Playoff National Championship on January 8 at NRG Stadium in Houston.
But to get things started, we’ve compiled a list of all the new bowl logos, sponsors, and name changes that have taken place this year. We’ll also be releasing a comprehensive preview of each bowl game on Saturday.
Avocados from Mexico Cure Bowl
Appalachian State vs. Miami (Ohio)
December 16 – 3:30 pm ET on ABC
Previously sponsored by Duluth Trading Company, the Cure Bowl now has Avocados from Mexico as the new title sponsor, the top-selling avocado brand in the United States. The game has also updated its logo, adding two shades of pink and changing the color of the palm trees from black to white.
Isleta New Mexico Bowl
Fresno State vs. New Mexico State
December 16 – 5:45 pm ET on ESPN
After not having a title sponsor last season, the New Mexico Bowl announced the Isleta Resort and Casino as its new sponsor, located just 10 miles south of University Stadium in Albuquerque and known nationwide for its lakes, golf courses, spa, steakhouse, nightclub, and more.
Starco Brands LA Bowl, hosted by Gronk
Boise State vs. UCLA
December 16 – 7:30 pm ET on ABC
Formerly known as the „Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl“ under a naming rights deal with the late-night talk show host, this game has signed a multiple-year agreement with former NFL tight end Rob Gronkowski. Additionally, the bowl has added Starco Brands Inc., a Los Angeles-based company that develops and markets products for home decor, health, fitness, and beauty, as an additional partner.
Famous Toasters Bowl
Old Dominion vs. Western Kentucky
December 18 – 2:30 pm ET on ESPNU
Originally planned as the Bahamas Bowl, the game was moved to Jerry Richardson Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, due to renovations at Thomas Robinson Stadium in Nassau. It was also set to be sponsored by HomeTown Lenders, but Famous Toastery, a restaurant chain in the Carolinas and Virginia, stepped in as the new sponsor when the game was relocated.
Scooter’s Coffee Frisco Bowl
Marshall vs. UTSA
December 19 – 9 pm ET on ESPN
After going without a presenting sponsor last season, the Frisco Bowl secured a multiple-year sponsorship deal with Scooter’s Coffee, a rapidly growing drive-thru coffee chain with nearly 700 locations in 29 states. The new logo is heavily inspired by Scooter’s Coffee design and features a blue pennant with a Frisco Bowl wordmark at the bottom.
RoofClaim.com Boca Raton Bowl
Syracuse vs. USF
December 21 – 8 pm ET on ESPN
Minimal changes for the Boca Raton Bowl, with the only significant update being the removal of „.com“ from the RoofClaim wordmark, which is now orange instead of yellow and displayed in a larger font size.
76 Birmingham Bowl
Duke vs. Troy
December 23 – 12 pm ET on ABC
Previously sponsored by TicketSmarter, the Birmingham Bowl announced 76 – a Phillips 66-owned gas station chain – as the new title sponsor. The logo shape remains the same, but the football shown in front of the city skyline has been moved downward and replaced with the 76 logo, while the bowl name stands out more prominently.
68 Ventures Bowl
Eastern Michigan vs. South Alabama
December 23 – 7 pm ET on ESPN
After three seasons as the LendingTree Bowl, the game hosted at Hancock Whitney Bank Stadium in South Alabama takes place with 68 Ventures, a parent company for businesses on the Gulf Coast focusing on development, investments, and construction. The bowl logo prominently features the USS Alabama, a World War II battleship currently on display in Mobile, as well as the 68 Ventures logo.
Military Bowl presented by GoBowling.com
Tulane vs. Virginia Tech
December 27 – 2 pm ET on ESPN
Previously sponsored by Peraton, a national security and technology company, the Military Bowl secured a three-year partnership with GoBowling.com, helping to bring the love of bowling to bowlers of all ages. The logo remains largely unchanged from what was unveiled in 2020, but adds a Go Bowling wordmark and removes „Benefitting the USO“ from the bottom of the circle.
DIRECTV Holiday Bowl
Louisville vs. USC
December 27 – 8 pm ET on FOX
Previously sponsored by San Diego County Credit Union for the last six seasons, the Holiday Bowl announced a new partnership with DIRECTV – a satellite TV service provider. The bowl, played at Petco Park in San Diego, continues the tradition of featuring a Christmas star in its new logo, as it has since the game’s inception in 1978.
Pop-Tarts Bowl
Kansas State vs. NC State
December 28 – 5:45 pm ET on ESPN
After three seasons as the Cheez-It Bowl, the game played at Camping World Stadium in Orlando has been rebranded as the Pop-Tarts Bowl. This is not to be confused with the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl taking place at the same venue on January 1. The game will feature the first edible college football mascot, „roaming the stadium, interacting with fans, and transforming into a game-winning snack for the victors when the final whistle blows.“

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