September 3, 2015
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THE Popeyes Bahamas Bowl made history for the Old Dominion University Monarchs when the team won its first bowl game and it also became the most watched game in programme history.
BRINGING together elite NCAA Division I football and Bahamian culture, the third edition of the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl promises to provide entertainment value to football fans both on and off the field.
THE preparation for the stakeholders, participating teams, fans, locals and visitors are complete and gameday is finally here.
Under unchannelled conditions and in a whole new environment, Eastern Michigan and Old Dominion have arrived and settled down at the Atlantis resort as they now wait for Friday’s showdown in the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl at the Thomas A Robinson Stadium.
THE 2016 Popeyes Bahamas Bowl will add another chapter to the budding rivalry between the Old Dominion Monarchs and the Eastern Michigan Eagles.
THE matchup is set, now both teams and their respective fanbases are undergoing the final weeks of preparation for the third edition of the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl.
THEY won’t know exactly which two teams will be coming down to compete until the Thanksgiving weekend, but if the first two editions were any indication, organisers anticipate that the third annual Popeyes Bahamas Bowl will be bigger and better.
A STAPLE of the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl Week has been the community outreach programmes highlighted by a visit to the Ranfurly Home for Children and the hosting of a Youth Football Clinic for aspiring players.
FOR the first time in its brief three-year history, the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl will shift from its Christmas Eve date.
THE Popeyes Bahamas Bowl has been the subject of much scrutiny and sparked dialogue in regard to fan attendance at the Thomas A Robinson Stadium. However, the television ratings continue to improve.
IT’S the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders out of Conference USA against Western Michigan Broncos from the Mid-American Conference in the second version of the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl, scheduled for noon Thursday at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium.
AS the build up for the 2015 Popeye’s Bahamas Bowl continues, beat writer for the Western Michigan Broncos, David Drew of MLive.com, offered his insight on why the Broncos will have an edge in this year’s matchup.
SEVERAL weeks remain before the regular season determines which teams will travel to Nassau for the second annual Popeyes Bahamas Bowl and the marketing scheme is in high gear with offers to attract visiting football enthusiasts to the country.
EACH week, the organising committee of the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl will update college football fans on both conferences which will field teams to the second edition of the bowl, hosted December 24.