Rob Foldy-USA TODAY Sports
According to ESPN, the Capital One Bowl is expected to be renamed the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl.

The Capital One Bowl had been the name of the game in Orlando since 2003, but Capital One replaced Discover as the naming rights sponsor for the Orange Bowl in Miami Gardens. Discover had been the Orange's naming sponsor the past four seasons.

With Capital One replacing Discover, the Orlando bowl needed a new name. Buffalo Wild Wings had sponsored a bowl in Tempe, Arizona, the past two seasons but chose not to renew its sponsorship. The Tempe bowl will be called the Cactus Bowl this season.
The Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl will be played Jan. 1st and the Cactus Bowl will be played Jan. 2nd.
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NorthshoreTiger76118 months
chicken bowl
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LSUTIGER in TEXAS118 months
It would be a shame to lose these bowl games to an actual playoff. Nothing says pageantry, college football, and amateurism like a bowl's title sponsor jumping ship to a better bowl
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Placebeaux118 months
Can't spell citrus bowl without a USC
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CGSC Lobotomy118 months
At least the name "Citrus Bowl" is back.
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