Orlando’s third bowl game, the Cure Bowl, announced for Florida Citrus Bowl. By Matt Murschel Orlando Sentinel 5:20 p.m. EDT, April 16, 2014 Orlando’s newest bowl game has a few logistics to work out, but city and game officials were excited to formally welcome a ...
Mayor Buddy Dyer announces Citrus Bowl to host Cure Bowl in 2015. Another highly anticipated sporting event is coming to Orlando next year to the new Citrus Bowl, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer announced. Source: Welsh.com Link: Read More
ORLANDO MAYOR BUDDY DYER AND ORLANDO SPORTS FOUNDATION ANNOUNCE CURE BOWL April 16, 2014 (Orlando) Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and leaders from the Orlando Sports Foundation (OSF) announced the creation of the Cure Bowl, a post-season NCAA football game with strong ties to char ...
Another college football bowl game will reportedly be added to Orlando’s lineup. Sources told the Orlando Sentinel that the Citrus Bowl is expected to host a matchup of teams from the American Athletic Conference and the Sun Belt. Read More
The Sun Belt Conference may have its fourth bowl tie-in set with a new bowl game in Orlando, Fla., according to a report on Monday. The Orlando Sentinel reported that the Orlando Bright House Networks Stadium (formerly known as Citrus Bowl Stadium) will be the host for the C ...
      ORLANDO, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35 ORLANDO) – The Orlando Sentinel is reporting that Orlando will host a third college football bowl game and that it will be played at the Citrus Bowl.Orlando already hosts two bowl games: the Russell Athletic and Capital One b ...
Orlando will host a third college football bowl game at the Citrus Bowl, sources told the Orlando Sentinel. The Orlando Sports Foundation, which originally pitched the Cure Bowl as a game that could be played at UCF’s Bright House Networks Stadium and would benefit breast ...
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer will announce Wednesday morning that the Cure Bowl will be played there on Dec. 19, 2015. The game will host teams from the American Athletic Conference — of which UCF is a member — and the Sun Belt Conference. A television partner deal i ...
ORLANDO, Fla., February 1, 2011- Florida Hospital Cancer Institute recently received a generous $5,000 donation from the Orlando Sports Foundation (OSF) made possible through a portion of the proceeds from the organization’s Cure Bowling event. Cure Bowling is held ann ...