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ARIZONA BOWL HISTORY

The Arizona Bowl is approaching its seventh year, bringing the annual post-season football game to Arizona Stadium in Tucson.
As the game continues to grow, the community has been extremely supportive in bringing a bowl game back to the Old Pueblo.
The Arizona Bowl was sanctioned in March 2015 as the 41st NCAA college football game and the third bowl game staged in Arizona. Kicking off in December 2015, the Nova Home Loans Arizona Bowl was the first-ever bowl game to have had a digitally-focused broadcast strategy as orchestrated by primary media partner, Campus Insiders.

Now the Snoop Dogg Arizona Bowl presented by Gin and Juice by Dre and Snoop is dedicated to promoting community engagement and support in the Tucson area.
As the bowl-eligible teams face off to win the championship, you can be a part of the action. Purchase your tickets today!

2023

Ball State 35, San Jose State 13
No attendance due to COVID restrictions
Broadcast Partner – CBS Television Network

2022

Ball State 35, San Jose State 13
No attendance due to COVID restrictions
Broadcast Partner – CBS Television Network

2021

Ball State 35, San Jose State 13
No attendance due to COVID restrictions
Broadcast Partner – CBS Television Network

2020

Ball State 35, San Jose State 13
No attendance due to COVID restrictions
Broadcast Partner – CBS Television Network

2019

Wyoming 38, Georgia Sate 17
Attendance – 36,892
Broadcast Partner – CBS Television Network

2018

Nevada 16, Arkansas State 13 OT
Attendance – 32,368
Broadcast Partner – CBS Television Network

2017

New Mexico State 26, Utah State 20 OT
Attendance – 39,132
Broadcast Partner – CBS Television Network

2016

Air Force 45, South Alabama 21
Attendance – 33,868
Broadcast Partner – Campus Insiders

2015

Nevada 28, Colorado State 23
Attendance – 20,425
Broadcast Partner – Campus Insiders