Dec 30, 2014
2014 Alamo Bowl
Alamodome - San Antonio, TX
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A program quite familiar with the postseason, and now the Alamo Bowl as well, the Texas Longhorns have accepted a bid to compete in the contest for the second straight year and third overall. After facing Oregon State in 2012, their competitor this time around will be the Oregon Ducks, who missed out on a BCS bowl game berth for the first time since 2008. However, the matchup actually offers college football fans one of the more intriguing non-BCS bowl games thanks to each of the school’s long-standing traditions of success. Additionally, the 2013 Alamo Bowl will mark just the sixth-ever meeting between the Longhorns and Ducks when it gets underway on Dec. 30 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, and the second postseason clash following 2000’s Holiday Bowl when Oregon held on for the 35-30 win.
After a promising 8-0 start in the program’s first year without former head coach Chip Kelly, Oregon’s BCS streak appeared to be within reach, but untimely losses to Stanford and Arizona down the stretch bumped the Ducks down to No. 10 in the final BCS standings. It was a similar story for Texas as well, which faced a steady slate of postseason-caliber teams throughout the year. Regardless, expect the Alamodome crowd to be rocking as both schools seek redemption in the final game of the 2013 season.