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The Orlandosentinel.com is reporting that the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, FL will be renamed the TaxSlayer Bowl.
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Gator Bowl officials signed a new six –year deal with TaxSlayer.com, which includes renaming the historic bowl game TaxSlayer Bowl starting in 2015. The agreement continues a partnership that began in 2012 and extends it through 2020.
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The Gator Bowl traditionally features a team from the SEC along with the Big 10 and starting in 2015, the ACC including Notre Dame.

Last season, Nebraska beat Georgia in the Gator Bowl 24-19

Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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5 Comments
"Yet another case of folks not being able to leave shite alone. Unreal."

Not really...more to do with money...these bowls usually aren't all that well attended, yet corporate sponsors fund the events, and allow them to happen. Cash monies.
Reply35 months
Just rename it the Dale JR Bowl and what ever car he is racing that year. LOL
Reply35 months
I'm just happy that we have people out there willing to slay taxes.
Reply35 months
Yet another case of folks not being able to leave shite alone. Unreal.
Reply35 months
screw you, TaxSlayer
Reply35 months
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