New Orleans Bowl and Sun Belt extend deal - KLFY News 10

New Orleans Bowl and Sun Belt extend deal

The Sun Belt Conference and the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl announced today that the conference will continue to have a team play in the annual bowl game through the 2019 season.  The announcement was made by SBC Commissioner Karl Benson and bowl CEO Jay Cicero.
"The R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl has been home to a Sun Belt representative since day one of the bowl game and we are proud to be able to extend this relationship with the bowl game, the city of New Orleans and the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation," said SBC Commissioner Karl Benson. 
 "We are thrilled to have the Sun Belt Conference and Conference USA extend their contracts with our game," said Executive Director of the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, Billy Ferrante.  "

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