Good-Bye Canada: The International Bowl is No More

Posted by Daniel Kablack on March-26-2010 Add Comments

After four rather boring years of existence, the International Bowl will be no more.

This upcoming year, our friends to the North will no longer have a college bowl game to attend (boo-hoo).

It's the first time this has happened since the Bacardi Bowl ended in 1946.

That's right, a collegiate football game in Cuba sponsored by an alcoholic beverage company.

Boy, how things have changed.

But it's not like the Canadians were watching anyway.

The highest recorded attendance for a single game was just over 40,000, and that's because Buffalo who was scheduled to play UConn in 2009, is less than a hundred miles away.

By the way, Buffalo lost that game 38-20.

In the four years that the B...

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