The Humanitarian Bowl becomes the 6th agreement currently set in stone for the Atlantic Coast Conference during the postseason.
The current pecking order for the postseason looks like this:
1. BCS (Orange, Fiesta, Sugar, or Rose Bowl)
2. Gator Bowl
3. Peach Bowl
4. Tangerine Bowl
5. Continental Tire Bowl
6. Humanitarian Bowl
The agreement signed with the Humanitarian Bowl spans two years. The game itself will actually be played on January 3rd, 2004.
ACC Signs Contract with 6th Bowl
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